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Reiki what's that?! But I'm well - why would I need a Reiki treatment?

Posted by Christine  Pickard

901 Days Ago


Reiki – what’s that

I was asked this question from a lady. She was very puzzled about Reiki, and had never heard of it before. I told her it is Holistic Therapy. She still did not know what I was talking about. So I said Complementary Therapy. Reiki means Universal life energy. Reiki is a hands-on, off-healing technique. The client lays fully clothed on a Reiki table, and there is a free consultation before and after. With Reiki therapy the energy flows from the Practitioner's hands towards the body, and it is utilised to heal the skin, immune system, organs, and certainly to help rid of body toxins, energy blocks, and most certainly create a deep feeling of relaxation. It is a wonderful therapy to choose.

What Reiki is not.

  • Reiki is not just a therapy.

  • Reiki is not a cure for all.

  • Reiki is not a cult, or a weird medical set.

  • Reiki is not a replacement for medical treatment.

Reiki is spiritual, but not religious.

Reiki can be given in a seated position, especially if a person cannot get on the Reiki table. This is still a very comfortable way of having a Reiki session.

You can close your eyes, and you don’t have to relax; let the Reiki relax you.

Some people like to find out for themselves, while having the Reiki session, as this could be the first time they have been introduced to Reiki, and with an open mind, they want to learn more.!!!!!

But I am well; why would I need a Reiki treatment

Someone asked me this important question, to which I will give a good answer.

It is your personal choice if you want a Reiki Treatment. A booster session of Reiki healing is very good for wellbeing, even if you are well. It is a tonic, and a wonderful relaxing treatment to go in to the unknown, especially if a person has never had Reiki before. The Reiki Session could be for half an hour, or one hour and the treatment would make you feel good through the whole body. Reiki is a Japanese technique for relaxation and natural healing. Reiki is a safe and soothing treatment that can be comforting when life gets tough.

Guidelines for a client

  • Please allow time to travel to get to me for the appointment.

  • Eat a light meal beforehand.

  • What you say to me is confidential.

Please note

Reiki should never be used in place of medical treatment and care.

You should never stop taking or reduce any medication, without consulting your doctor.

Christine  Pickard

Article written by Christine  Pickard - Lincolnshire

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