Reiki master Brett Bevell is author of several books, including The Wizard’s Guide to Energy Healing, The Reiki Magic Guide to Self-Attunement, and Reiki for Spiritual Healing. A poet and performance artist, he is also author of America Needs a Woman President and America Needs a Buddhist President, a poem that initially aired nationwide on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Since receiving his Reiki master initiation in 1995, Bevell has dedicated himself to discovering new Reiki techniques that work collaboratively with the higher self. These simple techniques are not only highly effective, but also shift Reiki into a practice of daily living that can transform even the most mundane aspects of our lives into works of healing.
Also a spoken-word artist, Bevell has electrified audiences around the world with his live oral recitations, and he has often been compared to the late poet Allen Ginsberg. His writing has received critical acclaim from authors such as Anne Waldmen, Rha Goddess, and John Perkins, and has appeared in numerous magazines, including Earth First Journal and Tricycle. Bevell’s poetry is featured on several CDs and is part of NPR’s permanent website archives.
What People are Saying About Brett Bevell
“Brett Bevell crosses the boundaries of time, reaching beyond Reiki ‘modality’ to reveal the true meaning of healing…inspiring the awakening soul to return to wholeness.”
—Elizabeth Harper, author of Wishing: How to Fulfill Your Heart’s Desires
“Brett Bevell outlines simple methods for utilizing the Universal Life Force Energy as a tool for spiritual awakening…powerful practices that can enlighten, as well as heal.”
— Llyn Cedar Roberts, author of The Good Remembering and Shamanic Reiki
“Brett Bevell teaches us how to shift every aspect of life, from the food and water we put into our bodies to the past, present, and future.”
— David Morehouse, PhD, author of Psychic Warrior