FAQ’s about Reiki - A Reliable Source of Pure Energy
It seems that the idea of Reiki guides is not actually part of the original Reiki teaching and was added later by Western practitioners. Therefore, one doesn’t have to make contact with a guide to use Reiki as Reiki energy comes automatically by intent of the practitioner.
However, Jesus, Mary and other Biblical figures received help, or messages from spiritual beings in the form of angels that can help heal and also provide guidance.
Interestingly, the entire book of Revelations was given to John by an angel – indicating that that angels can act as spiritual guides.
Reiki’s universal energy therapy can be offered and benefit anyone regardless of the person’s religion, gender, race, intelligence, or financial status.
Reiki may be experienced as a flow of energy, heat, coolness, “pins and needles” mild tingling, vibrational buzzing, electrical sparks, coughing, increased breathing, numbness, throbbing, itchiness, or drowsiness, other sensations, or nothing at all depending on the client.
Reiki is deeply relaxing and has a profoundly calming effect. After the therapy it is a good idea to rest for a while and drink plenty of water over the next few days.
Be responsive to all your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs. The beneficial effects may be experienced for several days.
It increases the sensitivity to the natural flow of energy, strengthens the natural flow, and it also makes the student more intuitive, sensitive and receptive. Below are two Kilian images as example of the tips of fingers from a student before and after an attunement.
Tan tien has a Chinese origin and is a power centre located below the naval. The tan tien is used in martial arts for mental focus and to draw personal power from.
Yes, it can perfectly well be sent anywhere in the world. It is channelled from the Universal Source of Energy and we, the practictioners, are used to pass that very specific energy frequency, or different ones, acccording to all your different organs and chakras frequencies, on to you, the client, whereever you are. We usuallly need to know just the full name and the place or city you live, or are at that one point in time.
Reiki sessions usually involve the client lying down as the practitioner slowly and gently, places his or her hands on the energy centres of the body.
Through Reiki attunements by a qualified Master the practitioner is enabled to channel “ki” life force energy, which replenishes and re–balance areas in the body of the client that are depleted.
Reiki is also called “Smart Energy” due to the fact that it replenishes with different energy intensity exactly the needed quantity of energy in the different areas of the body. This universal energy is administered regardless of the practitioner’s competency or belief system.
During treatments the practitioner’s own energy blockages are also cleared whilst administering Reiki so that the benefits are mutual.
Reiki flows through the hand palms of the practitioner by intent at different rates of speed, depending on various factors such as the extent of the client’s illness, level of blockage, etc.
The universal energy Reiki is in infinite supply from the moment of the attunements permanently for life and can be channelled easily by intent.
It is a full healing program where the practitioner places his hands on all major chakras in order to non-intrusively, holistically heal the whole body, mind and spirit. The time for each chakra is determined by the client’s own needs and the practitioner only channels the energy to come in and senses when the flow stops to go to the next point.
A single Reiki session makes a difference; however, depending on the illness, a course of regular treatments may be more effective. These may be weekly, fortnightly or less often depending on the needs of the client, and a treatment plan will be discussed with the client, and reviewed as necessary.
Reiki practitioners are not trained or allowed to make or give any diagnosis. Reiki is a complementary medicine and does not replace conventional medicine. Always consult a GP for an acute or infectious condition, and problems of urgent concern, or to do the regular health checks.
Independently, each Reiki symbol has its own unique purposes. The combined function of these symbols is to provide Reiki practitioners with focal points for their healing intentions. One of them is to provide distant healing. Symbols are used in Reiki to connect with different, powerful kinds of Reiki energy.