Reiki is a Japanese word that means universal energy. You don’t need to be a believer of universal energy. The only thing that you need to do is to come with an open mind to experience.
The process of a Reiki session is fairly simple. Before we meet, we will have a 10 minute call where you explain to me what you think Reiki can do for you and what made you reach out to me. A chance to get to know each other a little bit.
It always helps to break the ice between us. It helps each other to build rapport and trust. Afterwards you come in, we have a little chat for a few minutes.
Then you lie down or sit on a chair. I work on different areas. The areas are either connected to energy centres (chakras) or in a place of your choosing that you might feel discomfort.
You will remain fully clothed during the session. Touching is not necessary but it can make it more comforting.
Although most of the session I will be quiet there will be times I speak to help you relax or awaken.
Before I received my first Reiki healing, I thought that Reiki was about the body. I very soon discovered that Reiki helps with psychological and mental well being.
During the session some feel a tingling sensation, a feeling of warmth or coolness, relaxation. Some feel nothing at all. We are all different, the same way we each taste our food in a different way, we experience things differently it doesn’t mean nothing is happening.
Different people, report feeling different sensations. You might feel nothing at all or you might feel some of the following:
- Tingling sensation
- Warmth or coolness
- Deep relaxation
We are all different, the same way we each taste our food in a different way, we experience things differently. We all experience the world in a unique way. That is OK.
People claim that there are many benefits to a Reiki session. I encourage you to find your own way to enjoy the Reiki session.
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