These are some of the benefits that may be obtained through Reiki.
Other benefits that can occur are :
- Accelerate the natural healing process
- Provide relaxation, confidence, peace and joy
- Remove tension
- Release stress
- Create balance, harmony, clarity and focus in daily work
- Improve concentration
- Aid meditation and positive thinking
- Encourage personal development, self-love and love for others
- Lead to a better quality of life
Bringing balance and harmony to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual parts of our being, thus promoting good health.
The Japanese word Reiki means ‘Universal Life Energy’, the energy that sustains all life.
In 1922 a Japanese gentleman Mikao Usui developed a method of connecting to this energy which is used primarily for the well-being of the self but can also be transmitted to others.
As a therapy, Reiki is an effective and simple way of tapping into this energy and transferring it for the benefit of the receiver to stimulate the body’s natural healing potential.
Reiki is a safe energy, which can be given to or used by everyone – no matter what age, sex, religion or state of health – with a willingness to be in harmony and balance. It can also be given to plants and animals. It can be given anytime anywhere. The receiver of a Reiki treatment can be laid on a bed, sitting or even standing. The practitioner will gently lay their hands on the body or leave them slightly above the body (there is no need to remove any clothing).
During a Reiki treatment the receiver might feel heat, cold, tingles, twitching, a warm loving feeling, waves of energy or nothing. No two people are alike. No matter what you feel or don’t feel , be sure that Reiki is working for your benefit.
Having been attuned to Reiki yourself, you can carry out self-treatments. Giving Reiki to yourself is the best way of obtaining maximum benefit and regaining the balance of mind, body and soul that is the essence of good health and well-being. You can find more information about this on our page “Reiki courses”.