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Debbie McDougall

Red Cross Reiki Singapore: “Humour & Humility”

When I arrived in Singapore in October 2011 I began my search for a local Reiki Community of like-minded folk. As Divine synchronicity would have it, my search led me to find voluntary work by connecting me with the Red Cross Reiki Team and, as I had time to give on my hands, I contacted them. The Team were set up a few years ago by Anne Richardson and activities are now run by Bronagh Tucker, both Reiki Masters with a generous Spirit and hearts of gold.

The Team meet deliver Reiki to the mentally and physically handicapped men, women… Continue reading

Reiki & the Guilt Trip

Why is it that so many Reiki Practitioners feel guilty about treating themselves?

Why do they think they have to spend all their free time and more ‘healing’ others?

This is a question I often ponder

Fundamentally I think that the majority of people who take Reiki training carry the healer archetype and, by nature, they have a deep desire to help and support others above all else.

Sometimes to the cost of their own health & wellbeing!








So here is some information that you already know but I’m going to say it… Continue reading

The Healing Age: Reiki To Go?

These days you find people searching, searching, searching. Looking desperately for the answer to life the Universe and everything. They can’t seem satisfied with their ‘lot’ in life. There must be something missing, something more, something that will make them feel whole, complete, happy.

We live in a fast food society where we want everything now and by golly we don’t want or expect to work for it either!

With the 2012 Era now in full swing, people are undergoing great changes, huge events in their lives that they would never have guessed could, or would, happen to them. Things… Continue reading

Tree Hugging Abroad

McRitchie Reservoir Singapore



It happened quite unexpectedly as I walked in wonder along the pathway in the warm, damp heat of the tropical rainforest. The foliage dripped with early morning dew and the soft sound of butterfly wings gently clipped my ears.

We were walking in the largest patch of green that Singapore has to offer, the MacRitchie reservoir. The walk itself is about 15km and a welcome break from the concrete jungle that is Singapore, as more and more construction work replaces mother nature.

My husband, Ian, is ex-military and generally likes to ‘yomp’ as opposed to… Continue reading