Helping people to pass in Peace
Hospice Reiki &
Death Walking

In the Lineage of
Suzanne Parnell
John Harvey Gray

Saturday - Sunday
9:00- 5:00
for both classes

for one course

pre-requisites apply
Register at PayPal
or place deposit/pay by phone at
888 - 369 - 0049
“In sorrow we must go, but not in despair. Behold! we are not bound for ever to
the circles of the world, and beyond them is more than memory.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien

Hospice Reiki: It takes as much energy to die as to be born, but the process of dying is much more difficult and painful for the one dying and for the family. Those who use Reiki in hospice situations know that a Reiki assisted death is usually peaceful and can even be pain free if Reiki is begun in time to get ahead of the pain curve. Reiki helps not only the person who is dying, but the family members who are dealing with loss. So if you are facing the death of a loved one, or if you feel called to work with the dying either professionally or as a Reiki Hospice Practitioner, this course is an important part of your Reiki training.

This course includes: (1) in-depth discussions of ancient and modern understandings of death and dying; (2) the role of Reiki in supporting both the family and the principal in the transition process; (3) what to expect with specific steps to follow in hands-on and absentee situations; (4) ways to help those who are dying with Reiki palliative care; and (5) steps for assisting a person to transition peacefully into the Light. The ultimate bonus for you: those Reiki Practitioners who stand with someone as s/he transitions learn there is nothing to fear in death.

Saturday: 9:00 - 6:00.
Second Degree in the lineage or
First Degree with teacher permission

Death Walking: While assisting our loved ones and others to die peacefully is vitally important, it is just one aspect of the death process. What happens after death is an equally important but far less understood issue. For those who are not able to die peacefully with their loved ones beside them, after-body existence can be a complicated situation, particularly for those who die violently or suddenly, who commit suicide, and for those who die believing there is no afterlife. For those who have died but not moved into the Light, more help is needed. Assisting lost and confused Souls to move on gently after transition from the body is the purview of the Reiki Death Walker.

The term "Death Walking" comes from ancient shamanic traditions in which those with a special calling and extensive training stood ready to assist the dead who had become "lost" to find peace--and in so doing to protect the living. Death Walking the Reiki Way allows Reiki Practitioners to perform the ancient shamanic role of Death Walker ethically, safely, and gently while protected by the advanced energies of Reiki. This course revisits everything learned in Hospice Reiki about the nature of death and dying, but goes deeper into the nature of life after death with additional information on the condition and potential location of departed souls, the way the dead can interact with the living, and the consequences for the Soul of not moving on properly. For those who have paradigm questions, you can email us prior to signing up, but be aware that for most if not all this will be a paradigm shift moment.

Sunday: 9:00 - 6:00.
Second Degree in the lineage & Hospice Reiki

$225 for both classes
$150 for one
Register at PayPal
or place deposit/pay by phone at
888 - 369 - 0049
Suggested Reading
Abrams, Dr. Michael. The Evolution Angel: An Emergency Physician’s Lessons with Death and The Divine. Boulder, CO: Abundance Media, 2000.

Alexander, Eben. Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife. New York: Simon and Schuster Paperbacks, 2012.

Dion Fortune's Book Of The Dead
. Boston: Red Wheel/Weiser, 2005.

Evans-Wentz, W.Y., ed. and comp. Forward by C.J. Jung. The Tibetan Book of the Dead. London: Oxford University Press, 1960.

Kübler-Ross, Elizabeth. On Death and Dying. New York: Touchstone, 1969.

__________________. Living with Death and Dying: How to communicate with the terminally ill. New York: Touchstone, 1981.

__________________. Death: The Final Stage of Growth. New York: Touchstone, 1975.

Levine, Stephen. A Year To Live. New York, 1997.

Liverziani, Filippo. Life, Death & Consciousness: Experiences Near and After Death. Dorset: Prism Press, 1991.


Brinkley, Dannion. Saved by the Light. New York: HarperPaperbacks, 1994.

________________. At Peace in the Light. New York: Harper Collins, 1995.

Chaney, Earlyne. The Mystery of Death and Dying: Initiation at the Moment of Death. York Beach, Maine, 1988.

Fortune, Dion. Through the Gates of Death. York Beach, Maine: Weiser Books, 1995, 2000.

Edward, John. One Last Time. New York: Berkley Books, 1999.

The Egyptian Book of the Dead. Wallace Budge and John Romer, New York: Penguin Classics, 2008. Reprint of Budge's 1899 edition. (several newer editions available; this one the classic)

Kramer, Kenneth. The Sacred Art of Dying: How World Religions Understand Death. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1988.

Morse, M.D., Melvin. Transformed by the Light. New York, Villard Books, 1992.

Newton Ph.D., Michael. Destiny of Souls. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publicatons, 2000
________________ . Journey of Souls. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1994.
Just For Fun--
watch before, but definitely afterward!

The Sixth Sense
Movie written/directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
Starring Haley Joel Osment, Bruce Willis.