Triggers & Spiritual Medicine Episode #10: Trauma Informed Reiki Practices
Welcome to Episode 10 of Triggers and Spiritual Medicine podcast with host, Laura Bonetzky-Joseph and Trauma Informed Reiki Teacher, Michaela Daystar
TOPIC: Trauma Informed Reiki
Struggling with what is reiki?
Wanting to know how to find a trauma informed reiki teacher?
Want to know how to become a trauma informed reiki practitioner or teacher?
You are not going to want to miss this episode. In the end, we will share 3 things you can do to become a more trauma informed.
Scroll below you will also find additional resources & information.
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ABOUT Michaela Daystar:
Michaela Daystar founded HeartScapes after 11 years of helping university students increase their capacity for social justice. At the intersection of self-reflection, spiritual practice, and social action, she teaches the system of Reiki as a pathway to understanding, healing, and expressing our true self, and adapts trauma-informed principles for Reiki practitioners. Michaela continues her studies of Reiki with the International House of Reiki and holds a master’s degree in Social Justice Leadership. www.heartscapesinsight.com
Additional Resource Links:
- The Wisdom of Trauma by Dr. Gabor Mate
- How The Burning Times of Witches Influence White Women Culture Today
- LinkTREE links for website, resources, social media, books, and more. https://linktr.ee/HealingWithSpirit
- CDC ACE Study on Adverse Childhood events
- Reiki Can Do No Harm or Can It?
- #TimesUp Reiki Practitioners & Teachers
- 12 Tips and 10 Questions to Ask a Reiki Practitioner and/or Teacher When Healing Trauma
ABOUT TRIGGERS & SPIRITUAL MEDICINE:
Vision: To break the unrecognized endemic of unresolved unhealed trauma & create sustainable systems for recovery, healing & empowerment.
Mission: To help others rediscover the power that lies within and to find that treasure buried in the depths of the shadows. To help them become their own superhero.
We hope by addressing the intersectionality and connect the dots like a web of many of society’s challenges, we can help others understand the trauma infection that impacts all areas of life – addiction, domestic violence, racism, homelessness, sexual abuse, chronic health issues, cancer, environmental issues, climate change and more.
In this NEW collaborative program, we hope by highlighting these infected areas and what they share in common, a new perspective of solutions, healing, and resolutions can be birthed. Click here for more information: