Sunday, 17 November 2013

understanding reiki

Understanding Reiki...
I had the great fortune of discovering Reiki 12 years ago, and have been practicing the principals and precepts since. Although I have continuously practiced hands-on and distant Reiki treatments on family and friends in that time, it has only been this year that I have started practicing publicly from my home based treatment room. This has bought  much joy and an extra level of well-being to my life, not only am I able to help others feel better through my work with Reiki, but by doing so, I am also bringing increased vitality, peace and well-being to me too.

Reiki Healing is not easy to explain, it is something that needs to be experienced. I would liken this to the well known quote below:

To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.
~ Thomas Aquinas

When you have tried Reiki for the first time you may still not understand fully how it works, you simply understand that it does.

It is such a beautiful, gentle, non-evasive module of natural therapy that it is suitable for everyone form very young children to the elderly. Often, when seeking a Reiki Practitioner, clients are looking for physical healing, or instant solutions to stress related issues, however, it is important to understand that Reiki Energy Healing Treatments are much more than healing on the physical level, and are in no way going to give you solutions to situations that are currently being experienced, instantly. What Reiki can do is assist you in reaching a deeper level of peace, connection with self, and deep relaxation, the optimum conditions for our body’s own natural healing abilities to kick in. This may aid you in thinking things through with more clarity and vision, allowing you to deal with stressful situations with extra strength and confidence. Through the practice of both treatments and familiarity with the principals and precepts of Reiki, healing on a physical, emotional and spiritual level can all be supported.

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