Reiki is a simple healing method that was rediscovered in Japan in the late 1800s. If an issue is going to heal, Reiki can help speed that healing.
Reiki is both a name for and a method of offering healthy life energy. The life energy moves into the client through the practitioner's hands and intention, and the client's innate self-healing abilities are unblocked, activated, and recharged.
When it comes to results, I only guarantee that receiving Reiki will relax and benefit the client. Reiki goes where it is needed most.
A comprehensive, full body session lasts one hour and is performed with the practitioner's hands placed gently on the client's body or about eight inches above the body. Reiki can also be done at a distance, and that usually takes about a half hour.
Reiki promotes deep relaxation and works on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. It has no known side effects and works well in tandem with any other form of treatment.
Because Reiki relaxes you so deeply, your own natural healing system can be more effective. Treatments can speed healing of broken bones and surgical sites, lessen or eliminate chronic pain, and work on anything from addictions to cancer.
When we are dying, Reiki adds comfort on all levels and can help ease the process.
I have had positive results with human clients who are working with chronic back pain, shingles, depression, anxiety, and grief. My animal clients have received Reiki and gained positive results when dealing with arthritis (horse), an asthma attack (cat), weight loss (hen), a snake bite (dog), and the stress of having immobile hind legs (dog, as well).
My clients say that after a Reiki session they feel more relaxed and energized. One client stated that our one-hour session felt like twelve hours of good sleep! Pet owners say that arthritic pets walk with less limping, and those with back pain sleep better and are more relaxed.
Reiki can supplement but not replace regular medical treatment.
When receiving Reiki for major illness, please continue regular treatment with your medical doctor.