Amazing Healing Powers Of Reiki (VIDEO INCLUDED)
Did you ever wonder about Reiki? What it actually is and what are the benefits of Reiki? Or you might have a notion that it just doesn’t work at all? Can it really be used for treatments?
In a nutshell, Reiki is a natural healing technique based on the energy healing concept. It was hailed in Japan and now has become a worldwide phenomenon for energy healers.
Some prefer to refer it as a “universal life force energy”. Reiki helps to attain a balance of mind, body, and soul. What does that mean? Well, in simple terms not only you get healing for your physical ailments and emotional issues, but you also receive a lot of unexpected benefits.
Are you curious to know all the answers to questions and more? If yes, then you’ll find the article below really amazing at solving this Reiki mystery for you. One thing that certainly likes about Reiki is that it can come handy in a variety of places and is not bound or limited in terms of location. See the ‘reported benefits section’ below about what I mean.
So what is Reiki?
Put simply, Reiki is a Japanese healing technique that promotes balance within our whole system – body, mind and soul. This means that although we may come to the Reiki table looking for relief from some physical ailment or emotional issue, we may find that we start to reap the benefits on many levels and in unexpected ways.
You don’t need to “believe” in Reiki for it to have a positive effect on your wellbeing. In fact, most people are quite skeptical about Reiki when they first see their practitioner. People are often only convinced of its efficacy when they see and feel noticeable results for themselves.
What happens in a Reiki treatment?
A Reiki session typically involves the recipient either lying on a treatment table or sitting on a chair, whilst remaining fully clothed. Treatments normally last between 60 and 90 minutes during which time the Reiki practitioner will place their hands gently on the recipient’s body, or just above the body. The practitioner will typically change the positioning of their hands several times as the treatment progresses. All the recipient has to do is relax.
A Reiki treatment is a highly individual experience depending on what is going on for the recipient. People often report feeling deeply relaxed during Reiki treatments. Some report feeling heat, coolness or tingling where the practitioner has placed their hands. Others feel their body gently moving, as if it were naturally re-adjusting itself. Fireworks or not, there is no need to get too hung up on these sensations. Everyone is different and every treatment is different. The most important thing is to pay attention to how you feel after the Reiki treatment(s).
Where is it used, and what are the reported benefits?
Reiki is used in a wide range of situations: in the home; in the operating room; in palliative care; even in the US military. My experience of using Reiki is almost as far-reaching, from the emergency room of my local hospital to my local post office. That is the beauty of Reiki. It is always there for us, whenever and wherever we need it. I find that empowering. It pains me to see people feeling helpless in the face of suffering, whether that suffering is their own or that of others. I don’t feel this sense of helplessness so much anymore. We can always offer Reiki, even when there are no words of comfort to be spoken or nothing we can otherwise do to help in a practical way.
Reiki – Your light within
Once you have experienced the benefits of Reiki through receiving treatments from others, you may feel the pull to learn Reiki yourself. As well as being a wonderful gift to offer others, Reiki as a practice can be a powerful tool for self care and personal transformation.
For those craving a little more, here’s an excellent video that explains more about Reiki:
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