Reiki has been known to bring relief to a range of physical symptoms when other more conventional methods have failed, and because Reiki works on the many levels of a person, the healing can be accompanied by insights as to why the symptoms were created in the first place.
It is important to recognise the role of Reiki and other complimentary healing practises that could play a more active role in our modern health care systems and could work alongside them without threatening what already exists.
In the western world we are very good at fixing physical trauma but what about mental, emotional, spiritual and energetic trauma and injuries that we suffer through life? All those experiences and information is stored somewhere.
To best understand the name Reiki we can split it into two parts: Rei and Ki.
The first syllable Rei is Japanese for God, Creator or Spirit.
The second syllable Ki is Japanese for Energy or Power.
Therefore we could indirectly translate it to mean Universal Energy.
During a Reiki session the practitioner moves around the body and places their hands on or over the various energy points and chakras of the body, channelling the Reiki energy into the patient, where it flows to the area of the body that needs unblocking or healing the most.
Reiki is unique in that whilst the practitioner is channeling the energy through them into the patient, they are also receiving healing, as it is not the practitioners energy that is being given, leaving them feeling drained but it is the universal energy that surrounds us all.
I am a level 2 Reiki Practitioner and available for sessions either at your home or at the studio on 530 Fulham Road.
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