Life | PO Box 818, Castle Rock, CO 80104-818, USA | Phone&Fax: 303.688.7697 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Counting Life
Constant, eternal change – is an essential principle of the universe.
Our surroundings change every moment so as our own body, mind and energy.
In this great universe, in order not to lose our sacred true nature, it is important to always
observe these movements, and listen intimately to our body, mind and spirit.
Counting Life is here to help and support you to live and lead your own sacred path.
At Counting Life, bridging the
East to the West, Chika Forbess offers a holistic approach for body, mind and spirit.
The ancient technique of "laying on of hands" has existed in some form within every culture
on earth, and is one of the oldest methods of healing known to humankind. The people of Japan have a long association with
healing remedies based on the plentitude of nature. Their innate sensibilities of simplicity and order have flowered into
the art of Reiki healing.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a technique
for whole body/mind/spirit healing formulated by Mikao Usui Sensei in 1922 in Japan. It
is performed by a highly trained practitioner, in a noninvasive method of "laying on of hands." The healer becomes
a passageway through which the healing energy, existing naturally in the universe, seeks the source of illness or discomfort
and applies itself to where it is most needed.
Counting Life is located in Castle Rock, Colorado, USA.
First Sunday of the month 9~10am
at Counting Life in Castle
If you are interested in joining me for
meditation, please ask for details.
You can also visit below
Reido Reiki Guided Meditation CD $10
English and Japanese versions are available.
2 Compassionate Meditation
I go to
times a year, working for three weeks.
In Japan, if you are interested in receiving a full Reiki healing session, Reiki training course
or Sanmeigaku counseling, please let me know at email@example.com.
Sessions will be held at Noma Mental Health Clinic in Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama.