is a Japanese energy healing technique that also helps for stress reduction and relaxation.
It is administered through laying hands over your body and it is based on the use of what is called KI
, the "life force energy" that flows through us from the Universe and causes us to be alive. When your's Ki is low, then you are more prone to get sick or feel stress, while when your Ki is high, you will feel more happy and healthy.
The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy."
A treatment feels like an empowering energy transmission that flows through and around you thanks to the transferring action of the healer. Reiki holisitically heals the person as whole, thus including body, mind, and soul, creating a whole lot if beneficial effects that include, but are not limited to, relaxation, wellbeing, wellness, emotional ease, feelings of peace, empowerment, and awareness.
Reiki is a simple, holistic, completely natural and fully safe method of energetic, spiritual, self-improving healing that everyone can receive. It is effective in helping with many illness, always cleaving you with a positive feeling. It works in conjunction with any medical or therapeutic techniques you may be doing.
While Reiki is not a religion, it is important to accept that the energy you are given is not just your, but comes from a Universal Source that makes us all equal in our being all different. So we must live and act in a way that promotes harmony with others. Mikao Usui, the founder of Reiki, recommended that everyone ahould practice ethical ideals to promote unversal peace and harmony, ideals that are present across all cultures.
One key aspect is that the people who receive a Reiki session should realize that healing their spirit by consciously deciding to improve themselves is a necessary part of the healing experience. In order for the Reiki healing energies to provide the most effective results, the client must accept responsibility for her/his openness in healing. You must start actively committing to improve yourself.