2017 January Reiki Blog Hop Master List

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Today is our 6th Reiki Blog Hop!

The theme is:

New Year’s Resolutions

For the theme for the first Reiki Blog Hop of 2017, I decided to keep things simple and to follow the seasonal trend and ask my fellow hoppers their thoughts on New Year and how that relates to their Reiki practice.

Here is the list of participants:

Thank you and welcome to everyone who is joining us here!

The Reiki Blog Hop will happen once every two months–our next hop will be March 15, 2017.

For more info, or if you’d like to be a part of it, please check us out on Facebook.

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2016 September Reiki Blog Hop Master List

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Today is our fourth Reiki Blog Hop!

The theme is:

Reiki, Science, and Medicine

Carrying on in a similar vein to the previous theme where Joy Vernon asked us:
“How does Reiki mesh with, augment, replace, or fulfil your spiritual or religious philosophy and practice (or lack thereof)?”
This time, we turn our attention to the topics of Science and Medicine and how we relate them to Reiki

Here is the list of participants:

  1.   Clare Cartwright http://cosmiccrystal.co.uk/?p=442

Thank you and welcome to everyone who is joining us here!

The Reiki Blog Hop will happen once every two months–our next hop will be November 15, 2016.

For more info, or if you’d like to be a part of it, please check us out on Facebook.

2016 May Reiki Blog Hop Master List

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Today is our second Reiki Blog Hop!

The theme is:

Consent

This is something that I’ve seen wildly varying views on, so was interested in hearing the views and opinions that other Reiki healers have to offer.

Here is the list of participants:

  1. Karen Sealey https://pureblessedtarot.wordpress.com/2016/05/15/consensual-healing/
  2. Joy Vernon http://joyvernon.com/Blog/permission-omission-or-commission/
  3. Sierra Koch http://reikiplayground.com/reiki-consent/
  4. Jay Cassels http://metaphysicalangels.co.uk/rbh2
  5.  Aaron Lozano http://www.turtlehearttarot.com/blog/may-reiki-blog-hop-2016-consent

 

Thank you and welcome to everyone who is joining us here!

The Reiki Blog Hop will happen once every two months–our next hop will be July 15, 2016.

For more info, or if you’d like to be a part of it, please check us out on Facebook.

2016 Beltane Tarot Blog Hop MASTER LIST

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Welcome to the Beltane Tarot Blog Hop

I’m this hop’s chief cat herder wrangler and I set my fellow hoppers the following topic…

You may or may not have noticed that I have a penchant for puns and a fondness for free association…
So… as I thought about a theme for May day, it occurred to me how often the word ‘may’ gets used in readings…
So… what I’d like you to do, is take the word ‘may’ and play with it as you choose…
What does the word mean to you?
Is it a word that you use often and if so in what context?
Do you have a favourite quote/poem/song that uses the word?
Or you may just want to get out your crayons/camera and make a card…
Whatever you wish…
Take the word, kick it around, let it off the leash and have a field day with it…
Let it take you where it chooses…
You may just be surprised
🙂
Here’s the list of my talented colleagues and the links for each of their posts.
Click on any link and then you can follow the chain full circle to find out what they’ve all been up to…
  1. Chloë McCracken http://www.innerwhispers.co.uk/april-showers-bring-may-flowers/
  2. JoannaKate Grant https://thothjourney.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/beltane-fires/
  3. Ania M http://aniam.co.uk/blog/may
  4. Morgan Drake Eckstein http://gleamingsfromthedawn.blogspot.com/2016/05/may-day-may-day.html
  5. Jay Cassels http://metaphysicalangels.co.uk/tbh1
  6. Karen Sealey https://pureblessedtarot.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/tarot-nuts-in-may/ 
  7. Alison Coals http://alisonsalembic.blogspot.com/2016/05/beltane-tarot-blog-hop-2016.html
  8. Aaron Lozano http://www.turtlehearttarot.com/blog/2016-beltane-tarot-blog-hop-mother-may-i
  9. Meniscus (by Ania M) http://meniscustarot.co.uk/maybe
  10. Joy Vernon  http://joyvernon.com/Blog/maypole-tarot-spread/
  11. Nicole Dauch http://wp.me/p4OuGb-xr
  12. Chloë for Celtic Lenormand http://www.celticlenormand.com/2016/05/what-gifts-may-flowers-bring.html
  13. Louise Underhill http://www.priestesstarot.co.uk/2016/05/tarot-blog-hop-may-i/
  14. Joanne Sprott http://cosmicwhisperstarot.com/2016/05/01/power-may-tarot-blog-hop/
  15.  Katalin Patnaik https://katalinpatnaik.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/2016-beltane-tarot-blog-hop
  16. Christiana Gaudet http://www.christianagaudet.com/personal-blog/what-may-be

MASTER LIST ~ Imbolc Tarot Blog Hop 2015

Tarot Blog HopWelcome to the Imbolc 2015 Tarot Blog Hop!

Eight times a year Tarotists from across the globe come together to share their thoughts and musings and to link their blogs together to explore a specific topic. Here is a list of this hop’s participants, below that you will find details of the topic that I set :

‘Oracular Anomalies’

I’m Karen of Pure & Blessed Tarot and I’m the wrangler for the Imbolc 2015 hop. I got into one of my usual unusual conversations a while ago and it spawned the topic I invited the group to play with…

Oracular anomalies… Things that may you think Hmmmmmmm….

I say Oracular anomalies though obviously I mean that in an all cards etc inclusive kind of way. I use the phrase because I like the tongue twister effect and I’d like you to tell a tale of any experience that you’ve had where a card has prompted a brain twister effect on you…

I’m interested in hearing about encounters with cards that for some reason or another stuck out like a sore thumb, deviated from expectations or challenged your usual way of thinking. Cards that have twisted your brain in a similar way to the phrase ‘Oracular anomalies’ twists the tongue.

Maybe you’ve come across a card that seems to be an unusual depiction for its title or maybe you have a deck where one card seems to look out of place next to the rest… Basically anything that’s made you pause and think – What are you doing here?

What have you learnt/ what insights have you had, when you’ve spent time in the company of misfits?
And on closer inspection… are they really that unusual?