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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite
Infinite Reiki, Infinite Healing by Angie Webster familiarizes us with the Reiki (Universal Life Force Energy) system of cure. It starts with the beginnings of this system of healing in Japan and explains how its tenets fit into the modern world. After a discussion about what energy healing can do and a brief insight into its limitations, the book goes on to familiarize us with the Reiki system. The Energy Meridians, the idea of Chakras, Pain Meditation, and the correct application of this for animals as well as plants, are some of the related topics discussed. Matters purely abstract in nature are also included, for example, “Unconditional love is the highest energy you can send to anything.” Recommended reads are indicated for further study.
Infinite Reiki, Infinite Healing by Angie Webster starts with a touching introduction to the topic, especially concerning her personal involvement with systems of healing. What healing did for her and how is then described. Thereafter Angie makes a good case for an optimistic approach and explains the working and merits of such healing systems. An important part of healing is hope, she says. “Hope doesn’t have to mean that you will be cured. It can mean that you find a way to cope and live well with what you have going on.” This book gave me a very good insight into the principles of energy healing. Though recommended reading is indicated making further study easy, a set of review questions as well as an index would have been useful.