Earlene Gleisner is the author of ‘Reiki In Everyday Living’, a book of essays and poems, now in its fourth print edition and having sold more than 6,000 English copies. It has been translated into four languages and published in five countries: Sweden, Brazil, India, Finland, and Denmark.
In the early 1960’s, Earlene became a Registered Nurse, gaining an interest in complementary healing practices. In 1983 she was guided to the Usui System of Natural Healing. Under the tutelage of Rev. Fran Brown, she learned the importance of first healing herself in order to be able to ‘offer one’s hands to others’. In 1988 she took her place as a Reiki Master.
In 1981 she moved to a remote town in Northern California, where she lived with her second husband and two children. Being in the beauty of nature and learning to walk more simply on the Earth helped to solidify her concept of finding a balance with the spirit and energy of all things. Earlene Gleisner became a Universal Life Church Minister, holding the belief that each of us is on this Earth for a purpose. Her most frequent expression of ministry is through the facilitation of wedding ceremonies. Her religious basis is non-denominational, and her spirituality is deeply rooted in Native American philosophy and ceremony.
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