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What I’m reading now

Updated: Mar 29, 2021

Everyday I read A Course in Miracles. If you have a favorite book or suggestion please post it in this blog.

Keeping up with Reiki Meditation

Welcome, what's on your mind. Who's your fav. I love poetry by Langston Hughes and Paul Lawrence Dunbar. When I was growing up I read Maya Angelou , Richard Wright, and out of sight of my mom, Donald Goines. During my college years, I focused on African American literature. African American history and literate was my sole purpose. I even did my thesis on the Black Arts Movement, studying the Last Poets. Now I read authors like Marianne Williamson, Wayne Dyer, James Redfield, Willard Johnson, etc...

One of my favorite authors on teaching children meditation is by David Fontana and Ingrid Slack. I suggest you read their book "Teaching Meditation to Children" especially if you are a teacher and want suggestions on mindfulness and concentration strategies. You'll also receive a thorough understanding of meditation and how its usage benefits children. You might be asking how my book differs, well I added another technique, Reiki. Combining the two improves one's connection to one's true Self. Using both modalities can help improve concentration, offtask behavior, mindfulness, memory and stress.

(#meditation, #Reiki, #spirituality)

A healer's power stems not from any special ability, but from maintaining the courage and awareness to embody and express the universal healing power that every human being naturally possesses.”

Eric Micha'el Leventhal

Relevant Books on Meditation and Reiki

  • Riding the Ox Home, by #Willard Johnson provides an historical tradition on meditation. If you have not read this book, I highly recommend it. There's nothing like it published. You'll be surprised to learn new information on Meditation.

  • Frank Arjava Petter has a excellent book titled This is Reiki, which provides a historical review to Reiki that has revolutionize how we understand Reiki today.


The author nor the publisher are accountable for the use of these practices. The author took great care to ensure the information is accurate and supports the content. However, please do not use the methods to supplant medication or medical advice. Always seek a professional for any or all illnesses, injuries, or mental health issues. Not all children will respond to the techniques, therefore, the reader should realize, he or she is using the information at their own risk. Thus, the author hereby disclaims any responsibility of damages or disruptions caused by errors or misinterpretation of the content.

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