Why Have a Reiki Healing Session?

A Reiki healing session is a time when your mind, body and spirit receive universal energy for repairing, building and strengthening.

All the while, you are doing nothing more than lying back and enjoying the relaxing energy.

Reiki healing sessions are a peaceful healing break from the often-hectic pace of life.

What today is called Reiki is the spiritual practice Mikao Usui founded, which is the vibrations of love and harmony of universal energy.

There are healers that use their own life force and other energies.

But Reiki uses only the powerful vibrations of unconditional love and harmony directly from the universe.

This is why all Reiki practitioners have studied under a Reiki Shihan (teacher) and most have completed 2 or more levels.

Level one focuses on self-healing.

Reiki Shihans (teachers) have completed 4 or more levels.

A Reiki session is also something you can give to a friend, relative or pet so they can be at their best.

There are people herbalists and animal herbalists, standard and animal doctors.

But Reiki being universal energy flows into all life forms.

Not all Reiki Shihans or practitioners are set up so that you can bring your horse in for a session.

But you can probably find one that will make a barn call. Reiki.

Reiki is wonderful for rescue animals because it goes to the mind and spirit as well as the body.

Reiki being universal energy goes to where your greatest need is in mind, body or spirit.

This unique form of universal energy called Reiki travels to the centre of the cells, filling them with balance and surrounding all with harmony.

Subtle sensations such as a gentle healing heat going deep within, or a tingling are frequently felt.

But often clients are too relaxed to notice.

The healing process continues for days following a session, so you might feel even better the day after a Reiki session.

A Reiki session is perfect following any surgery.

The mind and body disconnect during surgery and Reiki brings unity of mind body and spirit.

You remain clothed as Reiki will flow through anything, even a cast as I have personally experienced.

A Reiki table is often used but is not required.

Unlike massage, tissues are not manipulated, and there is no need to drink extra water.

As the Shihan or practitioner scans over the body, their hands stop over any area where non-harmonic vibrations are noticed and remain there until balance is restored.

The practitioner’s hands either gently rest on non-invasive areas of your body or are held a few inches away.

Either way the energy flows to where it is needed.

At the beginning and end of the session an aura cleansing or other Japanese technique is used to balance and brush away all non-harmonic vibrations (blocks), and your energy field (aura) is cleansed and adjusted.

The harmony from a Reiki healing session usually stays with the one receiving for 2 to 3 days following the session.

This is good, because people whose nature is harmonious have the greatest freedom from disease and recover more quickly from accidental injuries.

Many people schedule monthly Reiki sessions simply to maintain homeostasis of their whole self.

Reiki supplies your inner healer with the energy needed so that foreign microorganisms can be conquered, and healing can begin.

Your immune system can strengthen, allowing greater ease in fighting off illness.

Reiki often corrects an imbalance in the early stages before symptoms show.

Or it turns into a serious illness.

Pure Reiki HealingDesigned by Owen Colemen, Pure Reiki Healing is his online program that teaches people how to heal themselves and loved ones naturally by touching.

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides being this blog author, Katherine McDolly has been a full-time certified nutritionist, distributor and beautician in both networking company Nuskin Pharmanex and beauty salon dealing with health and beauty products especially for women.

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