Posted by Kathy Yvanovich Reiki Practitioner 121 Days Ago
Adults, children, babies and animals can benefit from Reiki treatments, at all ages. Not based on any belief, faith or suggestion, scientific research using quantum physics is starting to help us to understand how Reiki may work to benefit the individual. One day it may be known simply as Energy Medicine based on scientifically measurable energy emitted from the healer's hands. It does not require a meditative state; you can simply relax and allow Reiki to work its magic.
- Yet our minds sometimes affect our emotions which in turn create pain and tightness in our bodies and stress in the head. My work is to promote Love, Joy and Peace within, despite what's happening in our heads, bodies or the outside environment. Usui Holy Fire Reiki works so well that you'll begin to notice things like difficulties resolving themselves, more fortunate events happening in your life, greater love, appreciation and happiness and personal fulfilment, at one with your world.
For decades, we have been taught to focus on the positives, yet for some it is difficult to ignore the negatives. Holy Fire Reiki nurtures and encourages development of our positive qualities - we feel an uplifting flow of healthy, life-giving energy, greater joy, love and happiness. Our positive qualities are part of who we really are, our authentic self, and when we focus on them and dwell on their value and feel grateful to have them - they grow. Our negative aspects are the result of injuries experienced, often unhealed, often developed into personality traits that are detrimental to us. Because they are part of an injury, they are not parts of ourselves! They are false images of who we really are. Using Reiki regularly helps us heal in mind, body, spirit and soul.
Imagine easing aches, pains and life's stresses, in your mind, body and soul... There are multiple ways to do this and Kathy's approaches are both through talking and movement therapies, as well as silent and spiritually uplifting. Sometimes we need to stretch ourselves, sometimes stop, slow down and take stock,... [read more]