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The Goddess Retreat from Morocco Retreats is now featured on the Hg2 blog: http://hg2blog.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/dear-goddess-news-hungry/ stating;

ZamZam Riad is one of the coolest places to stay in Marrakech, which is why it’s doubly thrilling that the boutique beauty is offering a detoxifying retreat between 2nd-6th February. Appropriately called ‘Goddess Retreat’, the jam-packed weekend is sure to ease both body and soul with classes in reiki, yoga, detox massage and hammam, as well as a strict diet that’ll kick even even the most stubborn bodies into shape. There are only three places left, though, so be sure to book yours ASAP. And with plenty of Moroccan sunshine thrown in for good measure, what’s not to love?

Hg2 as described on their blog;

Hg2 is our abbreviation for A Hedonist’s Guide to… – a luxury city guide series coveted by travellers who value both style and substance when it comes to soaking up a city. We’re not about the most expensive shops, bars, restaurants and hotels – we’re about the best. All our guides are compiled by writers living in each city, with content that is packed with insider knowledge and a voice that is irreverent, inspired, and, above all, intelligent.


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We are now linked up with www.lowcostholidays.com. See their Morocco page http://www.lowcostholidays.com/morocco-holidays.htm for more information. 

Offering people the best in Marrakech and Morocco and the best prices.   Being just 2.5 hours away, the sunshine and ancient cultures to take you beyond your world into something new has never been closer.  With budget flights from the UK with Easyjet and Ryanair the prices have never been better.   Zamzam Riad is a luxury boutique in the heart of the Medina which has been voted in The Times best 20 Riads for its care of families and children (children under 10 stay in their parents’ rooms for free).  The Riad offers a concierge service who can look after you from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave.

Zamzam Riad is holding the Goddess Retreat 3-6 February for Women, focusing on health and vitality with massage, daily yoga, hammam and Reiki treatments and training.  With guest speakers on Chinese Medecine, Acupuncture, Nutrition and Naturopathy you will leave with a vast array of tools and information for your own personal health and well-being together with an energetic cleanse to boost mind, body and soul.

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Becoming a Reiki Practitioner tends to bring us into contact with the mental, emotional and physical disharmony and sickness present in many people today.  What an amazing window it is into the beliefs and stories most of us are currently living by, as we hear the words of our clients after they have experienced Reiki.  Meeting people at this level of openness introduces us not only to other peoples’ issues but we begin to see in them over and over again, a reflection of our own inner state.

This is the Universal intelligence working through Reiki on a human and psychological level.  How many times have I found myself as a Reiki Practitioner being there for someone who is sharing after a treatment, finding myself able to tap into resources of wisdom for them only to realise later what perfect Truth that was for me at the time. 

So, it would seem that practicing Reiki introduces us to a world in which we are present on a regular basis when people begin to uncover their own Truth in front of us and in doing so they produce a perfect brilliant reflection of our own inner selves.  The reflections are very real in that Reiki only brings to you people with emotions or issues you are ready to be present with.  As you begin to clear yourself those who come are also beginning to clear more deep-rooted emotions.  The more you practice, the more you look into your own mirror and begin to see whatever it is that dulls your own inner light.  This is the ‘Way’ of Reiki, supporting us in the Journey home to our own Truth, a journey which as we know is not from A to B but is the lifting of the veils we have placed or have allowed to be placed upon us as we walked through life thus far. 

I have begun to include this very simple knowledge of the Reiki path in my training.  When Practitioners see themselves as ‘Healers’ this can produce a feeling of importance and ‘helping’ of others which so often strengthens the Ego-self and dilutes the experience of Universal Flow for all involved.  I offer the view that the act of practicing Reiki is an equal sharing of Universal wisdom and insight between Practitioner and Client serving both at all times.

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