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What Is Reiki?

REIKI (pronounced ray-key) translates to Universal Life Force Energy. Reiki was rediscovered in the mid 1800’s by Dr. Mikao Usui. It originated in Tibet prior to Usui’s rediscovery.  The practice of Reiki is the art and science of channeling this Universal Life Force energy to promote well-being on all levels.  It is a healing system that connects the client  to the Universal Source.  The Source of all being, knowing, consciousness, power and intelligence.  The Source that knows exactly where the flow of energy needs to go and how much is needed for each individual client during each session.  The Source of all respect, love and wholeness. The Source that created all that is.  The Reiki practitioner has gone through a series of energetic attunements to be able to be the conduit  for the Universal Life Force Energy.    A series of  specialized light touch hand positions are used as the Universal Life Force Energy flows to the client while they are in a relaxed position.   A treatment session usually lasts about an hour.  Leaving the client with a more expansive sense of peace, relaxation, awareness and feeling of well-being.

Reiki makes no judgments, its only purpose is for the highest good.  Reiki is gentle, yet powerful…to me Reiki is unconditional Love. Reiki is not a religion but can be a spiritual path.  Reiki is something anyone can do, you simply need to go through the series of attunements with a Reiki Master Teacher.  The attunements can only go from Teacher to Student.

Reiki is a multi layered approach.  It works on the spiritual, physical, emotional, mental and energetic levels.  Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, health issues, a crisis of spirit, depression, fear, limitations, etc.  Reiki can help restore the body’s natural flow of energy, enhancing and strengthening your bodies own power to heal.  It can and does transform lives.

Reiki does not replace professional medical advice.  It does promote very deep relaxation.  Practitioners do not diagnose or prescribe medication.

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