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Just for today, I will not worry
Just for today, I will not anger
Just for today, I will honour every living thing / be kind to people
Just for today, I will earn my living honestly
Just for today, I will show my gratitude and kindness to all living things
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The Five Reiki Principles are so simple to understand but not always so simple to practice. They are great reminders to help you on your spiritual path.  A good idea is to write them down and display them where you can see them every day.  As you continue working with them you will grow deeper in wisdom and understanding. Here’s to a fruitful and healing journey!
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Do not worry

This is easier said than done. Sometimes it is in our nature to worry about things. Whether it is about our jobs, money, families, health or our futures, worry seems to plague our thoughts. In most cases worry occurs because we are focused on future events that may or may not even happen.  Perhaps a better way to deal with worry is to practice mindfulness. This means doing your best to live in the present moment. Focus on where you are right now. Training your mind to work this way can help combat worry.

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Do not be angry

This principle seems pretty obvious, but let’s look at it on a deeper level. It should prompt us to question the motive behind our anger.  Are we simply lashing out at people because we are unhappy?  Or are we angry at the injustices of the world? Being angry alone will not solve problems, but it can get us moving towards corrective action.  Perhaps another way to look at this guideline is to be aware of ourselves and our emotions.

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Honour Life ~ Be Kind

This also seems obvious, but can be challenging. It is easy to be kind to people we like, but what about those people we don’t like?  Try showing them some compassion. What about the people we fear?  Maybe that homeless man near the train station seeking some spare change, for instance?

Rather than fear him, acknowledge him. Sometimes even a kind word or a hello to a stranger can make a world of difference.  Another thing to consider is being kind to yourself. Sometimes we are our own worst critics, beating ourselves up over mistakes and expecting way too much.  Remember that being kind to people includes being kind to yourself!

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Work and live Honestly

Regardless of where it is or what we are doing, working with care is a wonderful practice. By focusing on doing the best job possible, we share our goodness with others. This encourages others to do the same, putting out their best efforts.  It inspires everyone to grow. It also means we should continue to work on ourselves and aspire to be the best people we can be.


Have Gratitude

The power of gratitude can make a big difference in our lives. By counting our blessings we begin to realise that we are truly abundant.  This generates positive thoughts and energy that radiates out to the universe.  By the law of attraction, this will invite more blessings to come into our lives.  That means even more to be thankful for!



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