Reiki is a non-invasive therapeutic Japanese healing technique that is used to heal physical and mental trauma, low energy states, and dis-ease while enhancing mental clarity and promoting spiritual well-being.
In Japanese, the word "rei" refers to a higher intelligence that permeates all living and nonliving entities and guides the inherent functioning of the universe. This is described as a “feeling” “intuition” that guides us through this lifetime. The word "ki" refers to the nonphysical energy that flows through everything that is alive, including plants, animals, and human beings—because of this, ki is also often called "life force energy," and is known as qi or chi from other lineages. The combination of these two words is what defines Reiki as "spiritually guided life-force energy from Divine Creator."
The world of energy medicine promotes a balancing of the subtle bodies. The sensing of the energy imbalances within the body is key to strengthening, correct and redirect the subtle energy flow to support the healing process of the body.
Reiki in the medical setting
Did you know that Reiki treatments are one of the top three complementary in-patient therapies offered in over 800 US hospitals? These hospitals include George Washington University Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard and Yale.
Absent or Distant Reiki
The healing energy of Reiki can be sent to persons in any location around the world.
Benefits of Reiki
Reduces pain, anxiety, tension, stress and depression
Diminishes the side effects of chemotherapy, radiation therapies and medications including anxiety, nausea/vomiting, skin eruptions, fatigue, insomnia.
Quiets the mind and calms and soothes emotions
Accelerates surgical recovery and healing
Balances the body’s immune system
Dissolves energy blockages and releases toxins
Enhances feelings of well-being and empowerment