is a Japanese spiritual healing technique. The word Reiki comes from the Japanese word (Rei) which means “universal life, or higher power” and (Ki) which means “energy”. Based on the principle of qi/chi (life-force energy), it is not massage and is not based in religion, nor on belief or suggestion, but is rather a proven form of energy work using spiritually-guided healing energy
Reiki practitioners understand that a true state of health is when the life-force energy in a person’s body flows freely and can help to untangle the weak or blocked energy that often occurs alongside symptoms of physical or emotional imbalance. A reiki session is deeply restorative, relaxing, and invigorating, and promotes healing on all levels: mental, physical, emotional, and energetic.
Reiki is a simple, natural, and safe method of healing and self-improvement that anyone can use and it works alongside any other medical or therapeutic technique. It is administered by a trained practitioner gently laying their hands slightly above, or sometimes on, various areas of the body to transmit spiritual healing energy. Unlike massage, a client is always fully clothed, though they might feel a pleasant warming sensation or a tingling during the session as the energy is transmitted to the body.
Some of the benefits include:
Remove toxins from the body
Help bring relaxation to promote healing
Bring a sense of peace and well-being
Help calm the mind
Ease tension and stress
Promote pain relief
Balance the body’s energies
Strengthens spiritual connection
And much more.
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We can legally say that the treatments do provide relaxation and stress relief, which has been shown to be a contributor to most issues emotionally and physically. There is ample research showing the effectiveness of techniques, which have been quoted where appropriate.