Reiki We Offer
Reiki comes from two Japanese words which translate to universal life force. This universal life force is an energy found within people, animals, plants, rocks, trees, even the earth itself. One trained in the use of Reiki channels that life force, allowing the recipient to receive the healing energy.
Eastern Methods, Western Medicine:
This healing modality came from Japan, but Western medicine is now recognizing its benefits. Major medical centres are now discovering the value of integrative healing; i.e., traditional Eastern healing methods used to complement modern medicine.
Symbols and Spirit Guides:
Part of Reiki treatment includes the use of sacred symbols. In some traditions, these are kept secret from anyone who is not initiated into the system. In other paths, some symbols have been made public.. In addition to the symbols, a Reiki practitioner may call upon spirit guides, ascended masters, or angels, depending on their spiritual path. Reiki is not a religion, and people from various faiths practice it.
In Reiki, healing takes place on an emotional, spiritual, and physical level. The practitioner focuses on the recipient’s chakra systems. Sometimes these imbalances are due to physical ailments like a headache or stomach virus. Other times, it may be related to some emotional or spiritual issue that the person has not yet resolved; i.e., relationship issues, problems at work, anger at a parent or spouse. By transferring Reiki energy into the recipient, the practitioner helps the individual heal through whichever issues are at hand.
Reiki can be used to treat a number of ailments, both physical and emotional. According to its founder, Dr. Usui, a few of the many benefits of Reiki are:
- Treat emotional wounds from earlier in life
- Provide calming energy to someone who may be overwhelmed by stress
- Purify food or drink by blessing them with Reiki energy
- Use in tandem with conventional health practices and medicine
- Improve or amplify spiritual awareness
- Relieve pain caused by disease or injury
- Provide therapeutic relief for someone who may be grieving a loss
What Reiki is not:
- A religion
- A substitute for medical care from a physician.
- A Reiki practitioner helps with pain management and emotional healing.
- Massage therapy