The International Center for Reiki Training defines Reiki - (ray-key) as a simple, natural, and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect. It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery.
Reiki uses a process of energy transfer from the universal source to an individual. Reiki practitioners are individuals who have been trained and certified to be able to become a conduit for this energy transfer. Reiki is unconditional, demands nothing of either the practitioner or receiver, and requires no specific belief system to be effective. Reiki brings the body, mind, and spirit into balance and promotes good health.
Reiki has been used successfully to help the body heal more rapidly. It has been shown to produce positive results such as helping overcome the side effects of cancer and chemotherapy, reduce stress, relieve pain, reduce fibromyalgia pain, and much more. Reiki helps restore the body's natural energy balance so that it can heal itself, naturally
During a Reiki session, you are fully clothed, fully aware of all that is occurring. Reiki is usually performed while the receiver is comfortably lying down and involves the Practitioner's hands resting for several minutes at designated positions around the head, shoulders, stomach, and back. During a session you may talk, ask questions, express feelings or you may rest quietly until its completion. The session begins and ends with a consultation between the Practitioner and receiver.
A standard Reiki session will vary depending on circumstances. The effects of a session will vary from individual to individual, but will usually continue to work for hours even days following a session.
NOTE: Reiki should be used as a complement to conventional medicine, not as a substitute.
Reiki Practitioner. Armony MarinI'm very passionate about Reiki and Energy Healing. Holistic Healing has been a big part of my life for many years, first as a patient and now as a practitioner.