Classes taught by Guy are available most afternoons at the Healng Center. They typically run from 2pm to 5pm. Guy enjoys teaching individuals and small groups. This makes the focus of the classes very individual and in tune with the individual studnet. The primary focus of the teaching is experiential. Although theory and left-brain aspects of each subject is coevered, this soul-guided appraoch is offered for those seeking intuitive wisdom. If you are looking just for left-brain book knowledge and Cartesian analytical and mechanical dialectics, this style may not be of interest to you. Guy prefers to empower his studets and clients, and does not force feed other people's truths. The soul has a deeper awareness than that, and Guy works at the soul level, while acknowledging the purpose of the ego and intellect.
The benefits of learning with Guy is that your own wisdom and soul journey is honored and respected by Guy, and that the class is a meeting and sharing at an emotional as well as cognitive level. Learning in the preesenceo of the four big crystals has proven for many to be a profound experience, opening up the soul to sensitivities generally blocked in most people since the end of true childhood.
Guy was attuned as a reiki master in 1996, and has been teaching reiki and other forms of energy work since. Guy first worked with crystals stortly afterwards, and bought the first two of his big crystals in Mill Valley, California, in 1999. Guy generally teaches individuals or small groups, but sometiimes holds workshops for larger groups if requested.
Reiki levels 1, 2, and 3 (master):
Guy is a third degree reiki master, measured from Mrs. Tanaka, who in the 1970s taught 21 westerners reiki, for the first time sharing this Japanese energy healing art with the west. Beth Gray was one of these 21, and Heather Riley, Guy's first reiki teacher, was Beth's assistant for many years in Australia and California. Guy was first attuned to reiki in 1995, and became a reiki master (teacher) in 1996. Guy prefers to use a similar approach to Dr. Usui, the founder of this reiki system which is now used throught the world. Dr. Usui was simple in his approach, using direct teaching without a rigid intellectual structure. The more complex left-brain approach has since become the orthodox way of teaching reiki. Dr. Usui would teach all three levels at one time, and did not charge for his teaching. He gave it as a spiritual gift to his students. He taught many beggars in Japan in an effort to give them something of value they could do to improve their lives.
Guy often informally attunes people to feeling the chi by using his medical chi gong skill of consciously projecting the chi to the receiver's palm. The center of the palm is known as the "la dong" in Chinese Taoist chi gong. The la dong and it's equivalent in the foot, often called the "bubbling spring" in chi gong, are the most powerful energy portals in the body. Guy's approach is to first demonstrate the ability to feel the chi in the la dong. This allows those who are not aware of the feeling of the chi in their body to make a cognitive connection, and therefore let go of their mental blocks to feeling the chi. Guy has done this simple quick attunement to many hundreds of people all over the world when they are interested, so they can learn to feel the chi directly.
Guy's style of teaching reiki is very direct and experiential, facilitating the student in feeling energy and gaining confidence and awareness in using it in daily life.
Reiki is a beautiful and simple way of connecting the body and soul to the energy of the universe. The receiver is taken on a soul journey as they allow the channelled energy to flow. Through the use of reiki symbols, the receiver connects to source energy (that is, to spirit or god, depending on the words you prefer to use). It is a facilitation of entering the meditative state, and so is deeply healing and integrating for the soul, the mental body, emotional body, energy body, as well as the physical body. Reiki works directly on the five koshas, by drawing chi from the Tao and directing it to the receiver.