🤔 So many people have asked me what Reiki is, that I thought I'd write a little bit about it, and see if I can take the mystery away from it.
(Pronounced ray-key) Reiki, is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
Rei - means spiritual wisdom
Ki - means life energy (also known as the vital life force or the universal life energy)
⚡Reiki is simply the movement of energy utilizing a hands on procedure which allows healing to occur where needed. It's a gentle healing energy that never violates free will.
It can be done in person OR remotely!
Reiki is intuitive--it's not guided by the practitioner, rather it's allowed to flow and it goes where it's needed. The practitioner just holds space and observes.
👉🏼 What does a session look like with me?
1) First you will fill out an intake form digitally. I ask valid questions and get to know a little bit about you and what you are looking for in the session. And also answer any questions you may have.
2) When you arrive, we visit for a moment and talk about your intention. Intentions are so important, not only to the person receiving Reiki, but also for the practitioner to receive information that may come through.
3) With permission, I set sacred space and invite all our guides to be present for the session and activate the crystal grid. You then choose crystals that speak to you to hold or place on your person.
4) You lie on a massage table fully clothed with an eye mask (optional) and just relax. I may use sage, palo santo (if needed) and utilize relaxing music. All of this is with your permission of course.
5) 1 session is 1 1/2 hours total, but the actual Reiki session may be anywhere from 30 - 60 minutes in length depending on when Reiki is finished.
6) After Reiki is over, we share any impressions we received (if wanted) and then end with a card draw and interpretation.
Simple, straight forward and SO much insight, love and relaxation is gained by BOTH the practitioner and the receiver.
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