By Josslyn Streett, Reiki Master/Teacher for Rain Shadow Reiki in Sequim, WA
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR PRAYERS. WE ARE SO GRATEFUL AND FEEL SO LOVED BY OUR REIKI COMMUNITY.
Since the accident my family was in last July, life came to a halt for us. We were in the hospital for a month and laid up mostly in bed for another four. My son was in a wheel chair while he healed, now he’s riding his bike to school again, but it took time.
Ellen, Margaret, me, Penny, Angie and Amber have all been my friends, Reiki students and caregivers. These are amazing women with amazing hearts.
My Reiki Soul Sisters took care of Sawyer and me for the last nine months and counting. I don’t mean just stopped by now and then and brought meals, they literally, 24 hours a day took care of every aspect of our lives, because I couldn’t. They handled everything: medicine, Reiki healing, rides to school, doctors and physical therapy, pets, meals, cleaning, laundry, dog poop; everything but baths, my nurses did that until I could do it for myself. My Reiki sisters got me through every day for five full months and now even on a part-time basis. I can’t imagine what would have happened to us if I didn’t have them in my life. If I didn’t have Reiki, in my life. I can’t even imagine. Every day I’m so grateful for them, every minute of every day. As much as I miss my husband and son who passed in the crash, I’m equally grateful for my son Sawyer and my Reiki sisters who are getting me through this healing, grief and unexpected turns, every single day.
Nine years ago I started teaching Reiki in Sequim and three years ago I started a Ladies Night Out group called the Mystic Sisters. My guides told me to start the group for us to have more fun during our spiritual journeys and make strong spiritual bonds. My guides know I get pretty serious about my healing journey and they know life in this human form has many ups and downs. They remind me constantly that finding joy in between the hard stuff is critical to our evolution. Lucky for me, I listen to my guides, I argue with them a lot, but finally, I listen. I started the group and it’s still going strong.
A full house with our Human Design Mystic Sisters event. Everyone listening intently to Margaret, right, talk about Human Design.
Every month we have a different spiritual topic to learn something new. Sometimes we have game night, sometimes we go to the rare movie and sometimes we just meet for Thai food, that’s a spiritual experience in and of itself. I started the group up again last month at our favorite Thai restaurant, but this month was our first, official, big, spiritual, learning event. We learned about Human Design.
I’m not the expert on HD so I’ll give my very basic, very simple version. It’s a combination of I Ching, Astrology and Numerology. It helps us better understand how our conscious and subconscious minds work so we can understand ourselves more effectively, how we work with ourselves and others. It’s fascinating. I found my HD reading to be very accurate and I’ve been using it to help all of us at Rain Shadow Reiki do the jobs we are best suited for. We’ve all had readings so we’re all making better use of our time and energy listening to Margaret and her HD readings. Margaret Fivash is our ‘go to’ Astrologer and Human Design Guru. She puts everything in basic language we can easily understand on such a big topic as Human Design.
These ladies are our HD Projectors; Angela, Brenda, Dot, Zorina and Dianne. I’m going to get a lot of this wrong, but I’ll do my best. The projectors are the managers of the group. They have the big ideas and tell others how to do it. They’re not meant to be the worker bees, we have others for that. I think I would prefer being a projector, hmmmmm…..
We had 22 ladies at our kick-off event for this year. After the delicious potluck, Margaret spoke, introduced everyone to Human Design and how we fit into it. Then we had fun taking pictures. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. THANK YOU MARGARET and THANK YOU MYSTIC SISTERS for this evening and many more before and hopefully many more to come. I LOVE YOU!!
Reiki is always so unexpected. It’s quite beautiful in the amazing way it works in your life. Reiki brought all of these amazing women into my life in the last nine years. I couldn’t be more grateful.
Blessings to you all,
These are our Generators of the group, the worker bees who get a lot done. Left to Right starting in back; Reggi, Cheryl, Amber, Leslie, Angie, Stacey, Michel, middle; Holly, me Josslyn, Stacey and front seated, Sharon.
Our Manifesting Generators who get a lot done and can manifest at the same time and talk about what they are doing to others and they get people interested. Margaret, Penny and Jenn. Glad I have these ladies on my team.
My very special soul sister Ellen, who flew to Colorado and did Reiki on me in the hospital and literally saved my life there for almost 32 days, she’s special, she’s our only Manifestor. I seriously can’t remember what they do special, but I don’t she gets things done by taking charge in a kind but straight forward manner. She doesn’t take any $h*t and people listen to her. She’s amazing all around. I’m extremely lucky our boys are best friends and she loves me so much. She reminds me from time to time too. LOL.
Ellen, Josslyn and Amber, Rain Shadow Reiki Master/Teachers Extraordinaire!!!
Margaret and Penny deep in conversation about HD
Michel and her daughter, Amber being photo bombed by Ellen
Angie, my other amazing and continuous caregiver and one of her besties, Leslie. I am so blessed to know the most amazing women. Reiki does that for us, brings the best people for us, our soul mates, into our lives. If we intend it and we believe it.
Zorina and me, She’s my African Drumming teacher, I’m her Reiki teacher. The photo says it all. Love you Zorina…..
Angie, myself and Leslie. I usually don’t do selfies, but today I wanted a lot of joyous pictures with beautiful ladies.
Rain Shadow Reiki Celebrating!!! It only took about 100 pictures to get all our hands up at the same time doing the same thing, but it was worth it. LOL.
“What are we doing?” yeah, I’m usually the last to get the memo….