an introduction to reiki and its benefits

What Is Reiki?

Reiki (Japanese word) Rei meaning Universal, Ki meaning life force energy, which is around us.

The Practitioner channels the Reiki through themselves to the recipient, be it a person or animal.

Our subtle body is a powerhouse of energy, encompassing our auric field and multiple levels of our aura. Within this intricate energy anatomy lie the vital energy centres, also known as chakras, which directly influence the functions of specific organs and our emotional well-being.

We all possess the remarkable ability to heal, yet our energy centres can suffer from blockages caused by the accumulation of stagnant, weary energy stemming from chronic stress, anxiety, toxins, trauma, grief, self-doubt, fear, and low self-esteem.

If left unaddressed, these heavy energies can lead to imbalance, illness, and disease.

Enter Reiki, a powerful tool in the battle against these imbalances. With its transformative ability, Reiki aids in processing and releasing the weight of heavy emotions, trauma, discord, and stagnant energy, thereby revitalizing the body and unleashing its innate healing capacity.

How is it done?

Reiki is a beautiful practice where the practitioner's bio energy field channels healing energy out through their hands to the recipient.

The practitioner either places their hands gently on or hovers just over specific parts of the body corresponding to energy centres, it aims to dissolve any energy blockages and revitalize the recipient's energy flow.

It's a wonderful way to bring balance and harmony to the body mind and spirit.

Quantum Physics offers a fascinating explanation for this phenomenon known as entrainment. In this intricate process, the practitioner channels the higher vibrational energy of reiki to the lower vibrational energy, effectively raising the recipient's frequency and fostering synchronization.

The outcome is truly remarkable – a beautiful harmonization of frequencies that works to restore the recipient's natural state of being, while also stimulating the body's innate healing abilities.

This incredible potential enables a gentle yet profound shift in energy, paving the way for entirely new experiences in one's world.

Many of us are living in a fight or flight state, which is not sustainable and if left unchecked can have long term consequences on our health.

What can Reiki help with?

Reiki helps us connect with our true selves, free from the beliefs and habits that limit us as humans. It allows us to make choices from our hearts, not based on our programmed responses.

Reiki can also help with things like:

• Anxiety and Depression

• Pain

• Helps the body heal naturally from sickness

• Feeling stuck

• Going through a breakup

• Brain fog

• Feeling lost and disconnected from self and others

• Some people come for the deep sense of relaxation and ‘switching off’

Some common responses to Reiki:

• Feeling Lighter

• Less bothered by day-to-day stuff

• Feeling less overwhelmed

• Feeling calmer and more focussed

• Feeling a sense of peace

• Refreshed and revitalised

• Letting go of things

• Feel more grounded.

The relaxation response is pretty important & scientific studies show Reiki shifts the body from the ‘fight or flight response' to the ‘rest digest and restore’ (parasympathetic) mode. This is the state our immune system is supported and natural healing occurs.

The world is waking up and the word is out!

There have been numerous scientific studies on Reiki and Energy Healing. Reiki is currently utilized in hospitals in the UK and around the globe, including St Georges Hospital in Tooting, through the Full Circle Fund.

For further information, visit Reiki Research|Medical|Clinical Reiki Research|Case Studies.

Many private healthcare policies now cover Reiki sessions.

I am a member of Reiki Medic Care, an organization that offers free distant reiki sessions to frontline medical workers. The feedback from these sessions has been remarkable, and a scientific study published last year demonstrated a reduction in pain, anxiety, and improved sleep as a result. Reiki Medic-Care | Free Reiki treatments | Frontline NHS medical staff



Reiki Practitioners do not diagnose conditions neither do they prescribe or perform medical treatment, prescribe substances nor interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. Reiki does not take the place of medical care. Reiki should not be used as a replacement for the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions by a physician, or as a replacement for the diagnosis and treatment of psychological conditions by a psychiatrist and/or a psychologist. Reiki can complement any medical or psychological care the client may be receiving. The body has the ability to heal itself and to do so complete relaxation is often beneficial. Long term imbalances in the body sometimes require multiple sessions in order to facilitate the level of relaxation needed by the body to heal itself.

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