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Reiki Energy Healing

What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese Spiritual Healing Art that uses the universal life energy. Reiki is uses universal life energy to move stagnant energy from the body. Stagnant energy can be emotional, mental, physical, or spiritual energy that can causes pain. Stagnant energy can make us like we are in a rut, stuck, or that we cannot move forward in life. The life force energy helps promote emotional and physical wellbeing.

Energy healing is not based on religion, though a belief of a higher power than yourself, is helpful. Reiki is based on love and compassion for others. Reiki is not a cure, nor is it used as a replacement to traditional medical treatment. Reiki is a companion to traditional medical treatment.

How is Reiki Perfromed?
Reiki is performed with the practitioner’s hands either hovering over the body or with the hands on the body. The healer channels the life-force energy from their hands to the client. The healer will use their intuition and divine guidance to remove energy. Reiki can be administered in a chair or on a massage table with a client being fully clothed. Reiki sessions can be anywhere from 30 minutes to over an hour. Many clients will have emotional and physical releases during their session which include unexplained crying, twitching, involuntary body movements and coughing. Clients may feel heat or a tingling sensation coming from the practitioner’s hands. It is also common for clients to fall asleep, laugh, recall memories, or see bright lights.

What is Reiki Good For?

Autism
Anxiety
Cancer Pain and Anxiety
Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Pain
Infertility
Confusion
Diabetes

 
Depression
Fibromyalgia
Headaches and Migraines
Heart Disease
Physical, Psychological, and Emotional Trauma
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sleep Issues
Stress Reduction and Relaxation

Who Should Not Have Reiki?
Reiki is safe for babies, children, adults, seniors, and animals.
Note: Spiritual Alchemy Energy Transfigurations require a Doctor’s note if you are pregnant.

What are the common reactions during a session?
Perspiration of hands or feet, sensation of being hot or cold, coughing, crying, laughing, sighing deeply, feeling light headed.

Are there any Side Effects?
Typical reactions and side effects of Reiki can include symptoms of detoxing. After a session you may feel tired, achy, or slightly ill. It is always recommended to drink plenty of water after the session, take a bath in Epsom salt or Himalayan bath salts, eat healthy, and get a good night’s sleep.

Disclaimer: Reiki is a Healing Art that promotes relaxation, so that the body may heal itself. Reiki practitioners do not diagnose or prescribe substances, nor interfere with treatment of licensed medical professionals. Reiki is a companion modality to medical treatment and should not be considered a replacement to seeking medical treatment. It is always advised to consult your primary medical care provider prior to receiving any Alternative Healing Modality.