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    Can Reiki help mental health conditions? #Reiki #Holisticcare #energyhealing #holyfire

    I am a Reiki practitioner, qualified in 2011, in Holyfire Reiki. Being a reiki practitioner, your laying hands above ones clothed body emitting reiki energy out their hands and directed to body parts. It is said that reiki can do no harm, it’s universal life force energy originated by Usui Sensi in the 1900’s in Japan. Who taught reiki and opened venues to practice. It was advertised in the West by a reiki master mrs Takata.

    Studies have been carried out on Reikis results; one of which from Dr Emoto, on two portions is water - one portion where pleasant words spoken to it, the other negative words. What concluded was the first condition A, kind words spoken the water was vibrant and shinny; the later condition B, the water was horrid.

    Reiki essentially relaxes the client, creating space for the client to heal. So it’s not reiki per say that heals mind body or soul, but rather it some how activates and encourages healing energy. In regards to anxiety in hospital prior to operation, the client can receive reiki to relax and calm ones nerves. It is becoming more popular in the west as time goes on.

    Reiki can be treated on practically anyone, any animal or anything or any illness. If one has depression, reiki can help the mind, and body relax, become calm, create space to face unwanted challenges or issues so that it’s a safe place to release negative emotions.

    Whose tried it?

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    #akashic #devinefeminine #goddess

    I'm new here is anyone using spiritual energy to heal the body and emotions, tapping into the akashic records and doing massive #energyhealing #Reiki

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    Nurturing Time for Self Healing

    #52SmallThings #EhlersDanlosSyndrome #PosturalOrthostaticTachycardiaSyndrome #MCAS #Migraine #Reiki #Meditation #Gastroparesis #Dysautonomia

    I have always had a very “Type A” personality. Despite my body crying out (and definitely to my own detriment), I will try against all odds to check off every box on my daily to do list. In fact, I will hesitate to even list something in my planner that I don’t believe I have a shot of completing because an empty check box will agonize me. That said, I like to think I have turned this personality weakness into an asset in my battle against chronic illness.

    I started meditating in high school and got more serious about it under the strain of university life in NYC with multiple health conditions. Meditation stayed with me but inconsistently. When my health got to an all time low about five years ago, I got serious about it again and signed up for reiki courses. I started scheduling time daily for meditation and reiki self healing sessions. Uh, oh! Checkboxes on my planner! Wait a sec - using Type A personality to make sure I chill out?! Yes!!!! And it worked!

    I’m not saying that daily meditation or reiki took away even one of my conditions. What they did was give me a daily pause - a time to breathe, a time for my intuition to map a new thing to try, time to make new plans and hear my body speak its pain and its needs, time for gratitude and self love, time for hope and healing. 💗

    I don’t even have to put a checkbox for this daily self care these days. It’s a wonderful and nurturing addiction. I guess it is always the way that our weaknesses are also our strengths if we direct them properly. This was certainly the case for me. Wishing you healing and love. Namaste. 💖


    Spa Day

    Yesterday I had an appointment for reiki, massage, and a facial. It was a birthday gift that was needed so badly. Lately my anxiety has been so high!! After the reiki she told me she kept seeing a snake shedding its skin while she did the reiki on me. I am shedding energy I no longer need.
    #Energy #Reiki #Spa

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