About Reiki

If you don’t know anything about Reiki, if you are a beginner Reiki Practitioner, or even an experimented Reiki Master, this page brings you interesting and useful information about Reiki.

Reiki is a holistic, light-touch, energy-based healing form. Working as a support mechanism to the body, Reiki re-establishes a normal energy flow of ki (life force energy) throughout the system, which in return can enhance and accelerate the body’s innate healing ability.

Through a series of hand positions either directly on or just above the body, the energy worker allows for the flow of energy through their body. The client’s body then draws off the amount of energy that is required. The Reiki energy goes exactly where it is needed, guided by the subconscious of the client. This way, a Reiki practitioner never needs to diagnose.

Reiki is simple and produces measurable results. Its simplicity makes clients feel comfortable and after experiencing it, they keep coming back.

Reiki is power, light and love. Reiki transcends the man-made divisions of religion, race, gender, economics, or location.

Reiki-like healing arts have been practiced by many cultures for millennia. Re-discovered in Japan at the beginning of the 20th century, Reiki has spread in the Western civilization in the last half of century.

Reiki is neither a diagnostic method, nor a replacement for medical care. However, Reiki enhances the effects of any associated treatment.

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