Reikihealing in harmony
A reiki treatment with me is usually a follow-up session and combined with a NES Health Scan and Mi-Health treatment that helps to move you along in your healing but you can book in for just a stand-alone session.
People’s experience of reiki varies but most people feel beautifully relaxed and soothed during the session. You may feel energy flowing as warmth, tingling or a peaceful wave-like sensation. You may simply drift off or even fall asleep. Complete relaxation helps to free the restrictions between mind, body and spirit and allow healing to take place. Afterwards you may have more energy, feel lighter and in a more positive frame of mind. Sometimes you can feel tired and need to rest later as the body adjusts to a different and more beneficial vibration. The principle feature of reiki is that you get what you need on the day.
“Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Rei means “universal” and also refers to the spirit or soul. Ki means the “vital life force energy, which flows through all living things. It is administered by laying the hands on or above the person receiving treatment, allowing the energy to flow through the practitioner and into the recipient.
Whilst Reiki is not a religion, it is still important to live and act in a way that promotes harmony with others. Mikao Usui, the founder of the Reiki system of natural healing, recommended that one practice certain simple ethical ideals to promote peace and harmony, which are nearly universal across all cultures. Therefore, the Usui system of Reiki is more than the use of the Reiki energy. It must also include an active commitment to improve oneself in order for it to be a complete system. The ideals are both guidelines for living a gracious life and virtues worthy of practice for their inherent value.” www.reiki.org
“The secret art of inviting happiness
The miraculous medicine of all diseases
Just for today, do not anger
Do not worry and be filled with gratitude
Devote yourself to your work. Be kind to people.
Every morning and evening, join your hands in prayer.
Pray these words to your heart and chant these words with your mouth”