Reiki Therapy

 

 

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This type of alternative healing has grown rapidly since being rediscovered in Japan around 1922 by a Japanese Buddhist named Mikao Usui. Reiki (pronounced: Ray – Key) is an energy healing treatment that works holistically on the whole body, mind and spirit. It is NOT a system of religion or religious beliefs, of any type. Reiki works on different vibrational levels with the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, state of the body, enhancing everything in life. One of the most versatile therapies that is in use today as a complementary therapy in numorious hospitals to enhance the health care the patient receives in both the hospital and outpatient settings. Reiki helps physical ailments along with minor psychological problems. Healing the body by stress reduction, mental clarity and relaxation, which triggers the body’s natural healing abilities (the immune system). It aids in better sleep and improves and maintains health.

Everything in the universe is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. Reiki uses that energy for healing, physical, emotional, spiritual, body and mind. The law of vibration states that anything that exists in our universe, whether seen or unseen, broken down into and analyzed in it’s purest and most basic form, consists of pure energy or light which resonates and exists as a vibratory frequency or pattern. Even things that look solid are made up of vibrational energy fields at the quantum level. It’s the same as the law of actions. By focusing on positive or negative thoughts a person brings positive or negative experiences into their life. The universal energy of frequency and vibration is the universal energy life force that Reiki is built on and the law of attraction exists.

There are different levels of Reiki practitioners ranking from level one to the level of Master/Teacher. The first degree (level one), focuses on opening the energy channels on a physical level by practicing, allowing the practitioner to connect to the universal life force energy and begin practicing Reiki on themselves by working through their own obstacles. Second degree (level two), is focused on expanding openings of the energy channels to connect more deeply to the universal energy as well as draw on the qualities that the symbols represent. Third degree (Level three), Reiki Master, this level is traditionally considered the teacher’s level. This practitioner has received the energy and knowledge to attune new Reiki practitioners. Becoming a Reiki Master also represents a deep commitment to the Reiki practice and it’s path to heal others for the higher good. The Reiki levels provide a generalization of the progression of Reiki mastership.

Healing Feather Massage & Reiki is a Master/Teacher level and has helped many clients through difficult things with this type of therapy along with Native American healing and massage.

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“Balancing Body, Mind, and Spirit”