“The more Reiki you do, the better you feel.”
Reiki is a technique of Japanese origin centered in the channeling and transmission of energy to induce the reduction of stress, relaxation, and healing of aches, all through the power of the hands.
The term Reiki comes from the words Rei that has relation to the universe and Ki that means the energy of life. Therefore, due to its naturalness, this technique can be implemented in humans, in animals and even in plants.
For Reiki, the energy of the life force is what makes us weak or strong. If this energy level is low, the body is more likely to become ill and feel stressed, in contrast to having a high energy in which a person stay healthy and balanced spiritually.
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It is a great technique that adapts to anyone (healthy humans, sick, pregnant and children) allowing you to get to the root of your problem. The treatment promises a complete experience that includes the body, emotions, mind, and spirit, creating an atmosphere of peace, security, and well-being for whoever does it and who receives it.
Reiki offers positive results at various levels. For example, at the physical level alleviates diseases, heals injuries and allows a better functioning of the metabolism. In the mental area, it works great against stress, insomnia, nervousness and bad habits. In the spiritual domain, Reiki seeks the peace, harmony, and balance of the body. And in the emotional, addresses solutions to emotional problems, anger, aggressiveness, etc., to mention some examples.
“There are no sick bodies, just sick souls.”
One of the most important things we need to know about Reiki is that it has not only been recognized by the general public, but also by relevant health authorities such as the World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization. Officially, they consider it a health practice recommended for the improvement of the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS. More than 1,000 hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom implement this technique regularly. This data is accessible online.
A person with a disease can try without concerns this method, but it can also be used as a method of prevention so that the body does not get sick. Reiki does not conflict with any treatment. On the contrary, it can work in conjunction with any medical or therapeutic techniques to mitigate the side effects and promote body recovery.
It is important to mention that although Reiki is of a spiritual nature, it should not be considered a religion and the one that applies it may or may not include a deity or holiness, depending on the environment and the context of use. However, it does not require any religious belief to learn it and use it. It will work if the technique is applied correctly by the person who has mastered it.
The apprentice who uses Reiki to help others will motivate the body with a vital force through the entrance doors called Chakras, which must be unlocked so that all energy can surround the body and work positively.
The belief of the Chakras comes from some Asian cultures and religions, mainly from Hinduism. They are called energy centers located at various points of the human anatomy that govern our body by regulating the reception and release of energy. The function of a Chakra or vortex is to channel the universal energy to the points where it is required; Whether organs, body systems such as the reproductive or digestive, the mind, the emotional stability, etc.
As a recommendation, to get lasting effects of the healing energies of Reiki, it is essential to accept responsibility and actively participate in the healing. Among all the bio-energetic balance techniques created in Asia through millennia, the Reiki is one of the most important ways to produce the encounter of a human being with himself. It makes a person able to reach his full development through the harmonization of his systems, the self-control of his emotions and the elimination of the actions that block and disrupt his health. Reiki is undoubtedly an invaluable treasure of Eastern culture that has changed many lives around the world.