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What is REIKI?

      The history and origins of REIKI can be traced back to ancient Tibet thousands of years ago. Traditional REIKI history tells us that sometime between 1914 and 1920, Dr. Mikao Usui experienced a profound enlightenment while meditating during a 21-day fasting retreat on Mount Kurama in Japan. He received the healing ability he called REIKI, along with the knowledge and ability to impart that to others. REIKI is a Japanese form of energy healing, a type of alternative medicine that Dr. Usui, a Buddhist Monk is credited with rediscovering this long lost art.

      Many cultures have always been aware of the existence of a life force energy that moves through and connects everything into a giant cosmic matrix. The Japanese call it “Ki”, the Chinese call it “Chi”, Christians call it “Holy Ghost” and Hindus call it “Prana”. The energy is the same; however, its application and theory in each culture differ greatly.

      During a session, a REIKI Practitioner transfers energy from their palms to the patient with the purpose of treating a health condition. The Practitioner uses gentle or non-touch on a clothed body; it's non-manipulative and non-invasive. The practitioner slowly works their hands over the front and back of the body using various hand positions in order to encourage emotional and or physical healing. Distant REIKI is a form of long distance healing that is available for people that are not able to attend a session in person. 

Benefits of REIKI

      REIKI patients often say that their sessions induce intense relaxation. It is also said to help people cope with trauma and other difficult emotional situations; relieve stress; and improve general well being. Millions of people also use Reiki to assist with many physical and mental illnesses, including anxiety, chronic pain, cancer, heart disease, neurodegenerative disorders, infertility, fatigue and depression. In short, it’s a way of managing both mental and physical health. 

      REIKI can be conducted anywhere, though a peaceful setting is ideal. Patients either sit in a comfortable chair or lie on a table or a couch. Reiki practice begins with the practitioner gently placing their hands over certain areas of the body which can involve over 20 specific areas of the body. A session typically lasts between 45 to 90 minutes, though it could be shorter or longer depending on the circumstances that brought the patient to the session. Some REIKI patients feel the work is complete after one session, while others require several sessions of REIKI.


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