What is REIKI?

 

REIKI is an unseen universal life force energy which naturally exists and is a powerful component to all of life similar to Chi, Prana or Light Energy.

 

What is REIKI healing?

 

REIKI healing is a hands-on energy healing technique that was developed by a Japanese doctor named Mikao Usui (Mikao Usui Sensei) in the early 20th century.  

 

REIKI practitioners study with a master teacher and then are energetically attuned to be both a conduit and a transmittor for REIKI energy. This means REIKI pactitioners can guide REIKI energy into themself and other individuals as a powerful tool for wellness of Mind, Body and Spirit.

 

How does the REIKI practitioner transmit REIKI energy into the receiver?

 

REIKI is traditionally transferred into the recipient by way "laying on of hands." During a session the practitioner's hands are placed onto the physical body of the recipient and REIKI flows through the practitioner and into the receiver. Although this "hands on" method is most used, REIKI treatments can be done effectively without physical touch and REIKI healing energy can be sent over great distances as well.

 

 

Can REIKI be used to assist one to heal or recover from serious medical conditions?

 

YES, REIKI is a fantastic support tool for all types of recovery and healing. REIKI is recognized as an "energy medicine" by numerous accredited medical institutions, hospitals and wellness centers as a holistic alternative therapy that positively impacts individuals in need of healing. Memorial Sloane Kettering Institute and many other established and reputable medical institutions, such as the Mayo Clinic recognize, teach and reccommend REIKI as valuable component of holistic and integrative health initiatives. However REIKI should not be thought of as a substitute for proper medical diagnosis and standard medical treatment for illnesses of any kind.

 

Can REIKI be harmful?

 

NO, when administered properly, compassionately and in reverence of the ethics and formal protocol trained REIKI practitioners adhere to it is both benevolent and only positive.

 

What is REIKI treatment good for?

 

The healing energy of REIKI and its application can aide in physical healing post surgery, lessen physical pain, reduce mental anxiety, calm restlessness, assist insomnia and also positively impact countless other ailments and conditions.

REIKI is also good for overall "re-tuning" and balancing of the energy systems of the mind, body and spirit.

 

What happens during a REIKI treatment?

 

During a REIKI treatment the receiver lies down in a comfortable position and the practitioner can either physically place their hands on the reipients body or treat the recipient with the hands just above the body. The practitioner is a "conduit" for REIKI energy to flow from his/her hands into the individual receiving the energy healing.

 

What does REIKI feel like?

 

REIKI can feel like warmth, heat,, waves of unseen energy, coldness, tingling and a number of other physical sensations. Most individuals find the energy is enjoyable, relaxing and calming.

 

 

How long is a REIKI treatment?

 

Derrick offers 1 hour REIKI treatments as well as 90 minute REIKI sessions coupled with Sound Vibrational Therapy.

 

Visit the SERVICES page for info.

 

Please note that Derrick also offers REIKI and SOUND HEALING sessions to extremely ill and/or financially compromised individuals in medical recovery at reduced rates and/or by other means of "energetic exchange".

 

Interested individuals please visit the CONTACT page and send Derrick a personal note about your situation and need.

 

 

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