Let’ start simple. I’ll be begin with answering “What is Reiki Healing Therapy?”.
‘Rei’ means ‘soul’, ‘Ki’ ‘energy’. Reiki uses neutral, concentrated cosmic energy (Univeral Life Force) to balance body, mind and spirit.
Reiki is powerful, safe and relaxing body work involving one-to-one therapeutic whole-body treatment.
It flows to blocked areas, charging them with positive energy. It transforms negative thoughts and feelings as it clears and heals energy paths.
So, in Reiki Healing Therapy, the energy balances the body to let Life Force flow naturally for overall wellness. It complements traditional medical treatment and accelerates recovery.
The ancient Tibetan healing form of Reiki was rediscovered in Japan by Usui. It is now increasingly popular in the West.
Reiki is spiritual but not a belief or religion. Talking about belief: Reiki works. And that is whether you believe in it, or not!
Reiki Benefits & Use
Reiki offers a wide range of benefits and is for healing adults, children and pets. To discover whether Reiki can help you, visit Reiki Benefits.
What happens during a Reiki session?
To find out the details of the process, how many sessions you may need, and info on after-care, visit Process of Reiki.
Questions how Reiki could work for you? Email us!
The top symbol is ‘Rei’ which means ‘soul’, ‘higher mind’ and ‘universal wisdom’.
The bottom symbol ‘Ki’ refers to ‘life force energy of the universe’. I painted it in orange to give it happy, creative energy. Because, that’s what it is to me.
Curing vs Healing in Reiki Healing Therapy
We can get the right expectations of the results of Reiki Healing Therapy, when we look at curing vs. healing.
“A cure is an externally applied medical intervention that removes all evidence of diagnosed disease. It can be measured in scientific terms.
Healing is an internal process of recovery that takes place on the Physical, Emotional, Mental, and Spiritual levels and results in the person’s having a sense of being complete, in balance with self and surroundings.
To heal comes from an Old English word meaning to ‘make whole’. It belongs to the realm of body, mind, and soul, and is not so easily measured.
Because the two need not and may not occur together. A person can feel healed, even when a cure is no longer possible. It’s also possible to be the other way around. You can be cured but not healed.” *
(* From: Healthcare Network, Health Canada, Defining Complementary & Alternative Healthcare)
By combining the best that science has to offer with holistic healing, we have a better chance of being cured and healed of disease. That’s what we’ want.