Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Ray Yungen's Warnings: What's Wrong with Reiki

Ray Yungen's Warnings: What's Wrong with Reiki

Ray Yungen, author of A Time of Departing and For Many Shall Come in My Name,  has an outstanding five part series: "Questions on the New Age" that can be seen on You Tube.  In
Part Five the question is, "What is the major spearhead of the New Age spirituality?" Ray answers "energy healing." Ray then zeroes in on Reiki spelling out its dangers.  Filled with facts, and warnings this short video is well worth listening to.

Now, a small group, that meets in our home including a lady who did Reiki as well as two chiropractors, recently listened to Ray's video and here's what we learned:

Reiki is a popular form of "energy healing." 

How true, for Reiki is right here in our little Tennessee town.  I'll always recall the day my sweet beautician friend Bonnie* called saying, "They're going to do Rakki!"  "You mean "Reiki," I replied."  And she went on to tell me one of her young clients had been very ill, and they were going to try "Reiki."  "What can I do?" she inquired.  At the time, I recommended Jan Markell's "Understanding the Times" 2013 interview with Ray Yungen on Reiki.  Here it is:

Indeed, Reiki is all over.  Dr. B.*, in our group, knew of a close-by hospital that provides Reiki.  And it may be that a health center close to you is one of the 800 hospitals that Ray said now do this.  So be ready for Reiki at a venue near you from day spas to hospices!

*  Name changed.

Reiki is a Japanese word.

Reiki means "universal life," or "spiritual life."  In Japan it is a generic word associated with the occult.

Reiki is related to "the chakra system."

Yes, Reiki is related to the chakra energy points or, as Yungen puts it, those "spinning balls" of psychic energy beginning at the base of the spine right up to the top of your head.

Read Ray's chakra relationship to Reiki from his book Many Shall Come in My Name here:

Reiki is a conduit to opening oneself up to other forces.

After having Reiki, Ray emphasized, one is often more open to practicing yoga or meditation.
Changes set in.  The person feels led and guided more and more.  It is easy to shed or cast off old belief systems.  So, beware don't partake of Reiki.

Reiki is going to be used on someone you know.

Ray warned it is only a matter of time until Reiki will be done on a loved one, or friend.  And while I was talking about Reiki, just the other day, someone close to us shared they had been given a Reiki treatment, and had experienced great results.  I then, armed with Reiki info, went on to detail its dangers.

Reiki is touted by well-known adherents.

Ray mentions Reiki is taught by Dr. Mehmet Oz, and his wife Lisa who is a "Reiki Master."  That means Lisa has "Spirit Guides" who aid her as she performs Reiki.  Then, notes Ray, there's a Reiki proponent, Raven Keyes of NYC, who says, "We all have a right to our spirit guides."

Reiki is not Biblical, so beware!

Finally, at the end of the video Ray reminds us in Leviticus 19:31 it admonishes us not to turn to mediums who have familiar spirits, and not to seek their help,  "Consider this verse; look it up!" warns Ray.  And I would add one more word-- memorize it!

Learn to Discern Granny:   Leviticus 19:31

"Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them: I am the
the LORD your God."

For More Information:

Excellent Article:

Lighthouse Trails Booklet:

The Truth About Energy Healing by Ray Yungen

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