Is Reiki therapy really for you or not?
You might have recently heard about a Japanese technique that helps to reduce stress and promote healing. Although reiki might sound new to you, it has actually been around for a long time.
The term reiki is comprised of two Japanese words: Rei (God’s wisdom) and Ki (life force energy). The combined word definition of reiki is “spiritually guided life force energy.”
This is a technique that promotes healing by the laying of hands on or over a person. Reiki promoters believe in a “life force energy” that is unseen, but flows through all of us. It is the source of humans being alive.
If your “life force energy” becomes low, then you can become sick, feel stressed out, and not well. If your “life force energy” is high, you will be happy and healthy.
Reiki focuses on the overall well-being of a person including your mind, body, and spirit. When administered, you will feel peace, security, and positivity. A reiki session can involve a “hands on” and/or “hands off” healing technique. In the session, your chakras, or body’s energy centers, are re-aligned. This removes the blocks that hinder the flow of energies in your body which leads to overall balance.
After a session, you might feel more balanced, calm, and relaxed. Many say it improves their overall quality of life. You will release any tension you might be holding and you will let go of your pain, anxiety, and fatigue.
Reiki is becoming so popular that even nurses, doctors, dentists, massage therapists, chiropractors, and others in the healthcare industry are beginning to integrate Reiki into their practice. Many are beginning to see the positive effects Reiki can have on their patients, both young and old.
So, if you are feeling depressed, have anxiety, or are physically not your best, why not try Reiki this year? You just might be surprised on how it can change your life in a positive way as it has done for so many others!