The best way to Practice Reiki Self-Treatment

I Adore Myself ReikiIt’s simple to focus on big decisions, and the way they altered the course of your existence, however the enormous choices we make in daily life are established by our each day selections.

Mahatma Gandhi encouraged getting the modify we wish to see on this planet. Day by day Reiki self-practice would be the simplest way I’ve identified to engage that transformation.

There are as lots of tips on how to practice Reiki self-treatment as there are actually Reiki practitioners, and the very best solution to practice is plainly the way in which you really will practice.

That mentioned, in case you don’t possess a protocol, right here certainly is the 1 I use, and a few pointers to help you preserve training for existence.

Reiki self treatment protocol
I’ve practiced every day Reiki self-treatment considering the fact that I very first learned to practice in 1986. To provide myself a total Reiki self-treatment, I spot my hands on these regions of my entire body, within this purchase:

•    Crown of head
•    Face
•    Throat
•    Back of head
•    Upper chest
•    Lower ribs
•    Navel
•    Lower abdomen.
I lie on my side together with the pillow doubled in excess of for the 1st three placements, choosing it even more relaxed when my head is somewhat elevated, and roll onto my back for your rest.

My practice time is when I awaken within the morning, just before opening my eyes. My hands linger at every single placement as feels right. My awareness is current with my practice, observing my breath and whatever sensations happen as I savor the practical experience of Reiki essence. Regularly, I am drawn deeply inside, surfacing only to replace my hands. I linger in the finish to contemplate the working experience.

That operates well for me, but it’s necessary you organize your practice so it will work to suit your needs.

One example is, you may want the framework of obtaining intervals timed to suit your needs, especially should you are just starting to practice. If so, look at employing a chime timer that emits sweet tones to remind you to move your hands and let you know when your session ends (the sound of the kitchen timer is substantially too harsh). You will find Reiki timer apps accessible for your mobile phone.

I inspire you to work with a protocol. This provides your hands a habit to follow without needing to give it some thought, leaving your awareness open to love your practice. And you should definitely support your self in a at ease place so you’re able to overlook about the body and simply just be with your practice. (In case you have issues concerning the placements over, you will find illustrations on the back of my book, REIKI: A Extensive Guide.)

Really don’t be random along with your practice. Decide a time of day that’s easiest to suit your needs, and really don’t let that time go by devoid of putting your Reiki hands on your self.

Needless to say there are going to be days once you will not finish the many placements. Self practice for 30-40 minutes would seem to get a great range for many persons, many of the time, but you want to be flexible and responsive to your desires on any provided day. Keep in mind Hawayo Takata’s* encouragement – just a little Reiki practice is much better than none. When existence imposes in your practice time, as often takes place, do everything you can that day to retain the rhythm of one’s day-to-day self-care, and return towards the complete protocol the following day.

You could possibly prefer to stick to Mikao Usui’s** instance and recite the Reiki Precepts as portion of your daily practice.

Even so you customize your practice, holding it straightforward usually means holding it doable: Practice, observe, contemplate, repeat.

It’s uncomplicated to target on large decisions, and just how they altered the course of one’s existence, but the huge choices we make in daily life are established by our everyday choices. Turned out to be the transform you desire to see on this planet (and within the consumers all over you); practice regular Reiki self-treatment.

What keeps you practicing every day? Please share your guidelines inside the comment segment below. And when you get started a daily practice, allow us know the benefits you notice.

Hawayo Takata and her Reiki master Chujiro Hayashi, a student of Usui, brought Reiki practice from Japan to your US during the late 1930s.
Mikao Usui started the practice which has come to get known as Reiki in Japan during the mid 1920s, and is the founder in the residing lineage of Reiki masters.

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Cancer Wellness & Reiki: Success Tips for Patients & Practitioners

One of my Reiki students’ enthusiasm and dedication to Reiki practice are contagious, and she carries the practice with grace and professionalism. I was organizing the Reiki Room and a talk for the Cancer Wellness Expo when she asked for mentoring how to introduce Reiki at her corporate workplace.

So even though she’d been practicing for barely six months, I invited her to offer Reiki chair treatment at the Cancer Wellness Expo. And she did!

The Cancer Wellness Expo was a huge success and the Reiki Room was too. Participants rated their Reiki experience high among many valuable offerings, and asked for more next time.

I wasn’t surprised. Reiki practice brings fast, tangible support, which is just what people addressing cancer need.

Feeling better matters

People start feeling better moments after a Reiki practitioner places hands lightly and mindfully on their head or torso. If you’ve received a cancer diagnosis, you know how challenging it can be to simply feel better.

Feeling better can be subtle but it’s unmistakable; you know when you feel even a little better.

Some people describe it as feeling lighter; others feel heavier or more grounded. The details of feeling better are different for different people, but no matter how you describe it — centered, calmer, relaxed, balanced, etc. — feeling better means your body’s ability to self-heal is stepping up.

That’s a good thing any time, and especially when facing a serious diagnosis such as cancer.

Reiki supports your medical treatment

If you’ve been given a cancer diagnosis, you’ve seen that it changes your life in more ways than you anticipated.

And in more ways than your oncologist can help you with.

Conventional cancer treatment addresses the disease, and remarkable strides have been made in cancer treatment during the decades I’ve collaborated in mainstream medicine as a lay Reiki professional.

But enlightened cancer care doesn’t stop with medical treatment; you need more support as you go through often arduous cancer protocols. Feeling better can even mean you’re able to complete your treatment protocols in optimal timing because your self-healing mechanisms are optimized, your body recovers faster. Feeling better means less stress hormones in your blood stream, which can just what you need to tip the scales in your favor.

Reiki supports on-going cancer wellness

Your need for support doesn’t stop when your medical treatment ends. Once you’ve completed your treatment, you might find yourself unexpectedly on the precipice of a psychospiritual abyss, as you face a future laced with uncertainty and fear of recurrence.

Again, Reiki practice can provide the subtle spiritual support that helps you feel better and heal better. When you feel better, besides a palpable sense of relief and steadiness, you start to function better, and you make better, more health-promoting choices.

Empowering your self care

You can receive Reiki treatment from a professional or from a friend who is Reiki-trained. Ask if Reiki treatment is offered at your cancer center. Some centers offer Reiki very publicly; others wait for the patient to ask.

But as lovely as it is to receive Reiki treatment from someone else (I share treatment weekly with friends), you don’t have to depend on others for Reiki treatment. Learn to practice Reiki for yourself and you’ll never again be alone and helpless with your pain and anxiety.

PLEASE NOTE: Choose your class carefully (here are some tips what to look for). There are no standards for Reiki training. Many classes don’t include enough practice experience so you leave the class confident enough to keep practicing.

Cancer wellness events can help you

Participating in events such as the Cancer Wellness Expo and the JCC Spa Day for Women with Cancer provide invaluable social and informational support to people addressing cancer.

Simply being in the community of other cancer fighters and thrivers is deeply nourishing. Truly.

People with social support heal better. Who understands better what you’re experiencing than others who are going through it themselves? You’ll experience a sense of being seen and known that you can’t find anywhere else.

Plus you’ll discover effective, innovative cancer supports at cancer wellness events, practices and products that don’t yet have mainstream visibility, and maybe never will. Many useful products are made by small companies started by other cancer thrivers. Small companies can’t compete with corporate giants for visibility.

Similarly, many valuable services are offered by individuals rather than corporate entities with big marketing budgets. Reiki practice is a good example. Most Reiki professionals are independent, not affiliated with any health center.

Recognized in cancer treatment, but hardly mainstream

A number of prestigious cancer treatment centers such as Memorial Sloan Kettering, Dana Farber/Harvard, M.D. Anderson, and Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center have offered Reiki treatment to patients, some of them for years.

Nonetheless, Reiki practice is not well known, not by the mainstream public and not in mainstream medicine. And some people who have heard of Reiki are uncomfortable with the presentation. The public doesn’t realize Reiki practice isn’t New Age.

I’ve worked for years to change that. As a lay Reiki master, I was part of a team that set up the first-ever hospital Reiki program at Beth Israel Medical Center in the mid 1990s, and I went on to create many hospital programs after that.

For more than a decade, I’ve offered my Reiki & Medicine Intensive to train Reiki professionals how to bring Reiki practice into mainstream medicine.

Tips to help patients get the Reiki word out

We will reduce so much suffering when more doctors and nurses, and the mainstream public, know about Reiki practice. You can help by sharing how Reiki treatment supports you with your friends and your doctors.

Please don’t do anything you feel might negatively impact your relationship with your medical team. You are your first priority. Don’t waste precious time with your doctor trying to make a point you know won’t land. Save your vitality for your healing.

That said, oncologists are increasingly open-minded about what helps support their patients. You know your doctor. If it’s comfortable, perhaps when your oncologist comments on how well you’re doing, you might hand her my peer-reviewed medical paper Reiki Support for Cancer Patients.

Another medical paper of interest is the study we did at Yale in which a 20-minute Reiki treatment improved heart rate variability (HRV) as much as beta-blockers. Your body heals more effectively when your HRV improves.

Peer-reviewed medical papers help doctors because they are written to high medical standards. Peer-reviewed medical papers communicate what doctors who practice evidence-based medicine need to know, in language that is meaningful to them.

Communication tips for Reiki practitioners

Success in any field starts with effective communication. People need to know in very practical terms how Reiki treatment can help.

But you didn’t learn how to effectively communicate Reiki practice in medicine or to the mainstream public in your Reiki training. No one does.

Some of the women who organized the Cancer Wellness Expo had experienced the benefits of Reiki practice while they were undergoing cancer treatment. They approached me to bring Reiki practice to their event.

That meant we didn’t have to “sell it.” If you think that sounds crass and commercial, please think about this: event organizers need to know the value Reiki treatment will bring their attendees. If you can’t communicate that value, your collaboration won’t get very far.

You’re not alone. Most Reiki professionals need help communicating about Reiki practice to the mainstream public and to medical professionals. Please don’t fault yourself, but if you want to help more people, take the time to improve your communication skills.

Whether you’re a Reiki newbie or a seasoned Reiki professional, I have tons of resources to help you improve your Reiki communication. Read What Is Medical Reiki Really and the other 120+ Communicating Reiki articles on my blog (totally free) and watch the (also totally free) What Is Medical Reiki training.

If you’re in a hurry, purchase my 4 Step Balance System for More Reiki Clients (the more clients you have, the more people you help) and/or the Intro to Medical Reiki recorded trainings. Or attend my in-person Reiki & Medicine Intensive (next one is November 30-December 2).

Making your Reiki & cancer wellness event a success!

There were many reasons why the Reiki room at the Cancer Wellness Expo was such a success. Here are a few things to keep in mind for your event.

Location location location

The location of our Reiki room at the Cancer Wellness Expo was perfect, accessible yet a little separate from the presentations and exhibitors.

Reach out to attendees

Don’t assume people will sign up on their own. Many people don’t know about Reiki; others have heard of it in ways that made them uncomfortable. Reach out to attendees in whatever way fits the event.

One Reiki practitioner arrived early and stationed herself near the door. As attendees arrived, she invited them to sign up for “a deeply relaxing experience.” She didn’t hide that it was a Reiki treatment but she just didn’t lead with the word Reiki. That strategy worked; we booked every treatment slot.

Schedule comfort into your schedule

Make a schedule that supports both the attendees and the Reiki practitioners. To do that, you need to be clear what you are offering and how to best support the event’s goals.

For example, we offer full table treatments at the JCC Spa Day. We designed the event to be a sweet cocoon of pampering and gentle education for women in active cancer treatment.

The Cancer Wellness Expo, however, is a very different environment, a busier schedule with many talks. We scheduled people for chair treatments every 20 minutes. That left enough time to welcome the clients, give them 10 minutes of hands-on practice, and let them sit a few minutes before returning to the main event. And the practitioners had time to stretch and get water between clients. We scheduled additional breaks for the practitioners during the 3-hour afternoon session.

Alignment is the foundation of a successful event

No matter the flavor of the event, it is vital that each practitioner is present with each client and allows the client ample space to have her own experience. This is not the time for Reiki propaganda. Nor should you give a psychic reading or impose your interpretations of a client’s experience.

Respect boundaries and honor the peacefulness of the client’s post-treatment state by staying quiet.

Even if you are paid, public events are community service; they are not the time to go deep with an individual client. Rather, you are creating a setting in which each client can have her own Reiki experience.

Stay aligned with the goal and ambience of any particular event, while being true to the practice. I’ve organized Reiki rooms in various settings, including Google and Unilever. If you let it, your Reiki room will have a heartfelt warmth to it even in a corporate event.

And be prepared to learn with each event. As the Reiki student mentioned in the opening wrote to me after the event, “Once a person is on the chair, the practice speaks for itself. One can see the difference from the moment they close their eyes before the treatment begins to the moment they open their eyes at the end.”

Bringing success to your Reiki event

The Reiki Professional Academy includes various recorded trainings for Reiki professionals, including 7 Steps to Successful Public Reiki Events.

Are you ready to step out in front of your community and bring Reiki treatment to people where they are? The Reiki Public Events training gives the structure and refinements needed to make your first public Reiki event successful.

Please remember, nothing supports your professional practice like daily self Reiki. Daily self practice is your most valuable teacher, and it is through daily self care that we Reiki practitioners can embody the change we are trying to create in the world. Sign up here for 30 days of free, short daily emails to support your daily self care.

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How do I find the right Reiki Master Teacher to attune me.

When you are ready to begin your Reiki journey, sometimes the process can seem a little daunting or even overwhelming, and there are certainly a lot of Teachers out there. We have put together a few tips to help you to find the right one for you at the current time. Here are a few things to consider when choosing your Reiki Master Teacher. It is important that you feel at ease with your Master, Reiki is all about energy, so feeling comfortable with the person who is going to guide you along your path is a must. “if you like my vibe, join my tribe”, trust your own feelings as energy doesn’t lie! We are more than happy to meet with you for a chat or treat you before you sign onto a training course with us. Class sizes – would you prefer a big class of 10 or more students, a smaller group or train on an individual basis? Reiki can be taught in many ways, so enquire – your Master will understand your preference. Our classes are small and friendly,  we also teach 1-2-1. Lineage – A Master Teacher should have their full Reiki Lineage and make this available on request. Please visit the Rainbow Wings website for Jo’s full Lineage. Experience – Not all Master Teachers have been teaching for years, and those that have may not have continued to develop their knowledge since their original training. We have been teaching since 2007, and we have continued to explore energy healing ever since. Please visit the website for full information of all the healing modalities that we offer. Why fees vary – Here at Rainbow Wings Academy we don’t believe in undercutting or overcharging, we aim to keep our rates competitive with other training providers. For some Masters, Reiki Training is their full-time occupation, while others are already in full-time employment. Some Masters work from a spare room within their home, while others have to pay room hire and travel expenses. Rainbow Wings train from various venues and also offer online training. Yes money is an important factor, however it is not always the most important one. Rainbow Wings Wings will offer a payment plan to help you. Reiki training can be so profound and life changing that it can sometimes be overwhelming. Rainbow Wings will invite you back for a half day workshop approximately 4 weeks after training, and we are always available to contact via email or phone to answer any queries that might crop up. Sometimes we come across students that have taken Reiki with another Master and for whatever reason are not able to get the most out of their Reiki, Rainbow Wings Academy understand that students will sometimes train with various Masters to complete their Reiki Journey. This is perfectly acceptable, as your energy changes, occasionally so must your Master. Rainbow Wings offer Refresher courses. Rainbow Wings Academy teach Usui Reiki, Angel Reiki, Lightarian Reiki , and Reiki Kids. Enjoy your Reiki Journey, which ever path you take, please respect Mikao Usui ‘s teachings and always remember the importance of the Universal Law and Energy Exchange

Important Information About Reiki -How To Exit The Matrix

By Michelle Walling, CHLC
Editor, Howtoexitthematrix.com

One of the first things a person wants to do after their awakening is to begin to serve others. Many of the awakened people on the planet are natural healers and learn a method of energy manipulation called Reiki. While this form of healing can be powerful, it can also be detrimental to the recipient if the healer is not on the level of understanding and guidance of a higher level.

Reiki is a form of energy healing where the “universal energy” is passed through the hands of the healer to the recipient. The main benefit of such energy seems to be receiving energy when energy is lacking to a specific area. The only reason one would need to receive universal energy from another is if they have not remembered how to connect to the source of universal energy within themselves, usually due to low vibration energy blocks. It is human nature to want to help another feel better so that they can perhaps then be able to move forward and connect to their own energetic force.

In order for safe Reiki to be administered, there are a few things you should consider before either giving or receiving Reiki.

First, the Reiki healer should be able to either see the recipient’s energy field or be completely guided by their higher self or healing team. How is it possible for someone to be able to give the correct frequency of energy to the right area if one cannot “see” the energy field? It could be detrimental to the recipient to have too much energy in one place. Very rarely, individuals serve as vessels for teams of higher beings to work through and they simply move their consciousness out of the way and let the teams take control of the physical body and perform the healing. These types of healers will stand out in the alternative community as miracle workers and thus will have a proven track record. Otherwise, be wary of someone who simply becomes certified to give energy but has no way to gauge where it needs to go or what frequency or color it needs to be.

Second, the Reiki healer needs to have done healing and clearing on themselves. If a person does not know their Reiki healer well, they have no idea of who or what is in their energy field. Until hitchhikers, astral beings, and fear are dissipated by a person themselves, they should not be trying to heal another person. It is not a good idea to receive Reiki from someone who is just in the beginning phases of their own healing and awakening process. Otherwise, energy healers can inadvertently pass these energies or entities around like a ghostly virus.

Third, if a person is a hands on healer, they need to be clearing any negative energy from themselves before laying their hands on another person. Until protocols of protection are learned, a Reiki healer should not touch another person, especially if they are an open empath. Of course, that is how many people get healed and it is a wonderful thing for a person to get healed by someone when they couldn’t clear the energy blockage themselves. But this is hard on the healer to take on the energy and then to have to take the time and energy to clear themselves. Sometimes the healer gets too overwhelmed with energy that they have inadvertently taken on and they can get sick or “burned out” as the body gets fried.

Fourth, as we are moving closer and closer to connecting with a greater consciousness and self healing understanding, it is not a good idea to continue enabling a person to rely on others to give them energy. All souled humans have the ability to remove the blockages that re-establish the connection to the same universal source. That is the real goal of someone who is on the ascension path, and one who continually seeks that energy outside of themselves is bypassing the work themselves will continue to struggle until they begin the path of self healing.

While it is noble to want to be in service to others as a healer, it could also be harming others more than helping if the above topics are not considered. The very best way a person can help another is to work on themselves first. Some people take a fast track and can work on their issues within a year and some take decades.  There comes a time in a truly balanced and healed individual where they catapult themselves into a higher timeline. Only then are they truly connected with their higher self and guides who tell them exactly what their mission is. If that mission happens to be healing, the protocol and method for doing that healing will be shown to them and the healing guides will always be there to assist on every session. This is the kind of Reiki healer one would want to be, and this is the kind of healing that one would want to receive.

In summary, the very best Reiki healers are “seers”, people who have a direct connection or open telephone line to their healing guides, or people that know how to step out of the way and let their healing guides work through their body. If you have recently received Reiki healing from someone and you got sick or feel worse from that session, try clearing by taking a sea salt bath and calling on your own healing team to remove any energies you may have picked up. Grounding with Earth and imagining that all that is not yours be pushed out of you feet into into the planet for transmutation is also another good method. Ultimately we all end up making a few mistakes on our journey so that we realize how to heal ourselves.

As we continue to collectively raise our consciousness and understanding of frequencies and energy, it is important to be refine each area in the metaphysical and spiritual arena. We have to become more aware and responsible for our own actions, where we are placing our energy, and what energies we are taking on from others. Clearing and healing yourself automatically affects everyone who is connected to you or that comes into your energy field. This has proven to be the most effective and accelerated way to help others collective ascend in frequency. While Reiki should not be necessarily ruled out in the higher consciousness protocols, the understanding and mastering of energy postulates that we can shift energy on a quantum level through association rather than a physical level.

About the authorMichelle Walling is a Holistic Life Coach specializing in Starseed support, and is a transformational public speaker, writer, webmaster, and radio show host. Her websites are michellewalling.comHowtoexitthematrix.comCosmicstarseeds.com, and Cosmicawakeningshow.com. Michelle’s personal Facebook page can be found HERE, where you can follow for updated posts on all of her websites. Subscribe to Michelle’s YouTube channel HERE. You can show your support for Michelle’s work by becoming a Patreon Member for only $8.88 per month and receive access to member only recordings. Click HERE for Michelle’s Patreon page. Click HERE to book a session with Michelle.

Awakening to Reiki Abuse – Reiki, Medicine & Self-Care with Pamela Miles

Reiki abuse. It’s something no one wants to talk about until it’s too late. Let’s change that.

In the U.K in 2013, a Reiki professional was jailed for sexually abusing Reiki clients. While that’s the only public notice of Reiki abuse I’ve found, people have been privately sharing painful stories of abusive treatment by Reiki professionals for many years.

My response is always the same. I’m deeply sorry for the pain they are experiencing, and I encourage them to get the support they need to heal.

I also explain what the public doesn’t know: there are no agreed-upon standards for Reiki practice or training and no professional accountability. In fact, it’s not uncommon for someone to set up as a Reiki professional with no professional training or experience.

I encourage the person to practice self-Reiki if they’ve been trained, or to find a responsible teacher to learn Reiki self-practice. I help them compensate for the lack of Reiki professional standards by offering guidelines for choosing a class that is a good fit for them.

Abusers among us

Everyone is vulnerable when reaching out for help. That vulnerability might be especially acute for those seeking help from a spiritual or health professional.

The Reiki abuse stories shared with me mostly involve psychospiritual manipulation, Reiki professionals taking advantage of the vulnerability of someone who came to them for healing and/or training.

How can it be?

Clearly there’s no excusing abuse.

That said, if we look at the situation honestly, it’s not surprising abuse happens in the Reiki community. Although the impulse to protect those in need seems deeply ingrained in most people, that’s not true of everyone. Even stringent medical licensing doesn’t protect the public from those determined to use their position to exploit others.

Without standards for Reiki practice or training, anyone can set up as a Reiki professional without investing in training, mentoring or professional supervision. People can present themselves as Reiki professionals without learning how to create and maintain an ethical therapeutic relationship.

It doesn’t occur to many Reiki professionals to stop and contemplate, what is my responsibility to people who come to me for help?

Few Reiki professionals take the time to first create the foundation of consistent daily self practice. They take on the responsibility of healing others without an on-going commitment to self-healing. While it’s no guarantee, the commitment to daily self practice helps us stay grounded and behave ethically.

Looking at the broader picture, we live in a spiritually naive, spiritually illiterate culture. People are confused about what “spiritual” means, and people in various spiritual communities struggle to understand what power is appropriate to give a spiritual teacher. Students don’t realize going beyond your boundaries is a transformation that can happen organically from within when you commit to daily practice.

Some teachers assume parental or even dictatorial roles and profess the need for tough love. They think clients have to be pushed to heal. As if you could push the river.

Developing agency

As with all spiritual practice, Reiki practice develops your sense of agency. That’s true whether you receive treatment or practice self Reiki.

Spiritual practice opens our inner awareness, giving us a broader perspective. A life that is overwhelming when lived at the surface feels more possible when experienced from our core.

Reiki practice unfolds the appreciation that no one controls everything. While we might find ourselves in difficult situations or challenging life circumstances, we are not helpless; our choices always matter.

Perhaps you’ve seen that healthy sense of self arise in you or a client, that confidence that says, “I can work with this; I can find my way.” People who come to Reiki overwhelmed by a medical diagnosis begin to feel hopeful that they can overcome the challenges they face.

And it’s not a blind faith hopefulness that distorts the very real limitations they’re addressing. Not at all. The sense of hopefulness Reiki practice brings leads people to be more attentive to their inner cues and more motivated to take better care of themselves.

That’s why Reiki self practice is particularly well suited to people who have been victimized. When victims are approached with the respect they and all people deserve, Reiki practice can be an invaluable cornerstone of their healing because it helps them grow from within at their own pace.

That’s what I’ve seen when offering Reiki demonstrations to victims support groups and what I’ve heard from colleagues who have done the same.

Reiki can heal the damage from abuse

If you’ve been abused, you know how hard it is to trust enough to let someone else touch you. The ability to self practice removes that concern.

Whether you self practice or receive treatment from someone else, Reiki practice opens an inner spaciousness in which you feel better, not so pressured.

And when we feel better, we function better, we think more clearly, and we make better choices.

Of course, if you’ve been abused by a Reiki professional or teacher, it might be hard for you to consider Reiki practice. I encourage you to separate Reiki practice from your Reiki abuser. Place your hands on yourself and notice your physiologic response. Feel your breath naturally and spontaneously open. Bask in the safety of the moment.

What to watch for as a client or student

Whether you are looking for a Reiki professional to offer you treatment or a Reiki master teacher to train you to practice, choose your Reiki professional or teacher with great care. This is a Buyer Beware market.

There are many fine Reiki professionals. Take the time needed to find one that is a good fit for your needs.

Your teacher’s responsibility is to support you in making your own choices, not to make them for you. Run from a teacher who isolates students and tries to override your personal will.

If the teacher manipulates or even pushes you with too much enthusiasm to go past your understanding of your boundaries, that teacher might be engaging in power play.

Even if he or she wants to help, being a Reiki bully isn’t helpful.

Reiki practice evokes a person’s self-healing. We cannot force people to heal or to learn.

Look for a teacher who is in service and encourages students to develop agency.

What to watch for as a professional

Overbearing teachers or practitioners are unlikely to see themselves as Reiki bullies. You don’t have to be a full blown Reiki abuser to be causing pain.

As Reiki professionals, we straddle the fields of spirituality and health care. Becoming a professional healthcare provider requires a period of mentoring and supervision. Healthcare professionals are required to take continuing education to maintain their licenses.

There are no Reiki licenses that hold us to ethical professional standards. It’s up to us to engage in continual self inventory, reflection and inquiry to keep improving.

Take an honest look at your clinical skills, how you interact with your clients/students. Ask yourself a few questions:

Healing from Reiki abuse

Here are my suggestions for anyone healing from Reiki abuse or any abuse:

Reiki harm reduction

Everyone has his/her own unique healing process.

If you feel that sharing your story — without naming names — would be healing for you, you are welcome to do so in a comment below. Your story educates others how abuse can happen. That might help people recognize potentially dangerous situations and make healthier choices.

If you share your story, please avoid giving names or any identifying details. This will not be helpful if it devolves into vigilanteism.

My goal is to help people who have been victimized to find healing and to help prevent abuse by educating others what to watch for.

So please, if you feel it would help you, tell the story that is yours to tell without incriminating others. While it might be valuable at some point to confront your abuser, this is simply not the place for that confrontation.

We will give anyone who wants to share here the space to do so without imposing our comments. Please do not reply or comment on anyone else’s story; just tell your own, if you feel drawn to do so.

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Incredible photos of animals loving Reiki you need to see – Kathleen Prasad’s Animal Reiki Blog

Incredible photos of animals loving Reiki you need to see

One of the best things about Reiki is how deeply it relaxes animals, even those that are incredibly anxious, depressed or sick. Witnessing firsthand so many happy, calm and blissed-out animals following my Reiki sessions keeps me motivated every single day.

Below are a few of my favorite photos and videos of animals loving Reiki. Most of these were taken at BrightHaven, a holistic hospice for animals in Santa Rosa, California, where I’ve had the honor to teach monthly Reiki courses for more than 12 years:

Rosie

Rosie, may she rest in peace, was a sweet senior kitty at BrightHaven that always soaked in sessions with gusto. This photo was taken after a 30-minute treatment in the garden—where she came to lay at my feet for the whole session.

Asia

Asia is a large, beautiful rescued horse now living happily at BrightHaven. In this wonderful photo, taken on the very first World Animal Reiki Day, Reiki practitioner Joannie is sharing a peaceful meditation. You can almost see their hearts connecting in the photo!

Jack

Those of you who’ve visited BrightHaven will undoubtedly remember Jack, the sanctuary watch dog. He’s definitely got a big attitude in a small body and rarely lets down his guard … except during Reiki. He curls up and sleeps like a baby!

Teaching at BrightHaven

When teaching Reiki at BrightHaven, I’ve often got a cat in my lap, and this class is no exception. Clearly, Thomas wants to help with the lessons. I do believe animals are our most profound Reiki teachers! Photo copyright Judy Baldwin

Thomas

When not on my lap as I teach class, Thomas loves to sit next to students practicing Reiki—and often by the end of the session, he is curled up and purring.

Lily

Children have a wonderful natural healing ability. Lily, a blind rescued dog at BrightHaven, fell into a deep Reiki sleep while spending time with me and my daughter.

Rescued from an uncertain future, mother and son cows will now be able to stay together at BrightHaven for life! They often like to lay down together and doze during Reiki sessions.

Harley

Harley, rest in peace dear one, often loved hands-on Reiki sessions, sometimes placing his large snout into my hands. He would make the most adorable snorts of contentment during Reiki. Photo copyright Kendra Luck

Dakota

My senior rescued dog, Dakota, loved Reiki so much that he would often get a special smile during sessions. Photo copyright Kendra Luck

Neil

BrightHaven resident cat Neil, rest in peace, won over this student during a beginner Reiki class. She enjoyed sitting in Reiki meditation with Neil so much that we thought she might move in after the class was done! 🙂

Peanut

BrightHaven rescued kitty Peanut loves to sleep. However, during Reiki sessions, she often curls up on her back, exposing her belly, with feet twitching here and there, as if she is truly releasing all her stress as she relaxes.

EJ

EJ, the most adorable mini donkey living at BrightHaven, has come such a long way! Once terrified of people, he has learned to trust again and now loves his Reiki sessions. You can feel the love and harmony as he shares Reiki with a visiting practitioner.

Mocha

This is a typical equine Reiki session: Notice how Joanna, the practitioner, is allowing the horse to lead and not forcing hands-on contact. Mocha, a rescued horse living at BrightHaven, alternates between quiet connection and calm grazing. Reiki creates a beautiful peaceful heart connection!

What may not be obvious in these photos and videos is that BrightHaven sanctuary animals enjoy a holistic lifestyle in a feng shui home environment. Their healing approach is based on classical veterinary homeopathy complemented by a raw food diet, immune and organ support, and a variety of healing arts, including animal Reiki. Conventional medical care is mainly honored in the form of diagnostics, fluid therapy and surgery. BrightHaven is also a leader in animal hospice care. Through this special recipe of care, as well as the love given by staff and volunteers, special-needs BrightHaven animals find a new lease on life and thrive through their senior years.

Do you have any pictures of blissed-out animals loving Reiki? Share them here! (For even more photos, check out my Facebook photo album of my students’ happy animals following Reiki treatments.)

Lead photo copyright Kendra Luck

Reiki is for the Faithful . . . and the Fearless

‘Come All Ye Faithful’ is a classic Christmas carol from the 1600’s, and encapsulates the invitation offered by Reiki Master Mary Ritter to Christians drawn Reiki as a healing modality.

“Yes, you can be a Christian and practice the energy-modality known as Reiki!” affirms Mary, the mind behind Holy Reiki. 

Candidly Mary shares, “There was a time in my life I may have been worried about what those in my church thought about Reiki. Today, the practice of Reiki has brought me even closer to my Christian foundations. It is Christ that I call upon when I am providing a hands-on healing experience.”

She explains: “Reiki is for everyone. Jesus modeled Reiki for us in every thought, word and deed. The Bible teaches Jesus’ practice of using our hands to create healing – very much like what those practicing Reiki do. While it is not called Reiki in the Bible, the steps (or protocol) are the same as what is described in the Bible, especially when we are clear and committed to our Christian faith.”

Passionately, she says: “I was skeptical about practicing Reiki at first because my faith-based values are so embedded in who I am and how I choose to show up in the world.  As a Christ follower, I believe our steps are directed. I felt very directed to learn all I could about this healing modality that is being so readily accepted into hospital, hospice and healing all around the world.”

Reiki’s popularity continues to grow as more and more practitioners use Reiki in medical settings to help patients heal. The American Hospital Association recently reported that over 800 American hospitals offered Reiki as part of hospital services. The National Health Interview Survey conducted by the Center for Disease & Prevention indicates well over a million people, including hundreds of children, receive one or more sessions of energy healing therapy, such as Reiki, each year.

PHilippians4-8-1Mary reflects: “I prayerfully approached my Reiki training  and kept the words of Philippians 4:8 close to my heart:  ‘Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.’”

After returning from Japan this last April where she visited the birthplace of Reiki, it was clear that Mary was being directed to offer Reiki to the faithful – Reiki for Christians – in the form of Holy Reiki.  With total clarity, Mary explains, “Holy Reiki is not about Religion, rather it’s about Relationship. It’s being in deep relationship with what you believe and who you call upon for healing guidance and assistance.  I call upon the Kings of kings and Lord of lords, fully knowing I will be guided and directed in every moment to share the good news of Christ in action.”

Mary taught her first class of Holy Reiki this last year at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts.  A Christian husband and wife team from the first class offered these praises:  “The practice of Holy Reiki in our daily lives has elevated us to experience a profound sense of healing and peace. This elevation has taught us how to step out of ourselves and allow the Holy Spirit to use us and bring healing to others,” reports Jackie Morales.

Her husband, Gavin Tucker, offers this of his experience, “The highest goal in my life is union with myself and Jesus Christ. Through the practice of Holy Reiki, it has allowed me to set a intention throughout the day that guides me.  It has taught me to continuously be reminded that I have been given everything from the Holy Spirit and that everything else must take second. If we lose the Holy Spirit, then we lose everything.”  

The couple affirms what they love most is that Holy Reiki brings life to their faith:  “Our hands, and our lives, become instruments in the peace and healing of others.”

MASSAGE Magazine, a Florida-based publication offering touch therapists in-depth, educational articles recently featured an article entitled “The Christian Energy Work of Laying On Of Hands”.  It featured a woman that mirrored Mary Ritter’s story.

Elaine Andres, a Christian herself, was introduced to Reiki through the wife of a Christian minister at her church. One day, when Elaine was over at the woman’s house for dinner, her shoulder was hurting. The lady laid her hands on Elaine’s shoulder and it felt better. The experience led to her journey to becoming a Reiki master.

For Mary, while in her first Reiki class, she experienced profound healing from a past trauma.  She describes feeling as if Christ himself as knitting her heart back together, while smiling down on her with unconditional love.

Both the woman featured in the MASSAGE Magazine article and Mary believe the same thing: “Reiki’s effectiveness is a gift from God!” 

Mary further explains, “Holy Reiki knowledges the healing power of Christ and calls upon the name of the ‘most high’ to create healing.”  

As outlined in an earlier blog, in Holy Reiki the acronym P.R.A.Y. is used when conducting a Reiki session:

P – Praise:

‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven…’

R – Relinquish My Will

As a conduit of grace and an instrument of peace, ask for forgiveness of any thoughts or actions which come to your awareness so that we might be a pure vessel from which healing is facilitated.

A – Ask

Whatever the person’s beliefs you are serving, pray for their highest good. Reiki, like prayer, can do no harm… only good.

Y – Yield Through God’s Will

By acknowledging the healing power of Christ and call upon the name of the “most high” to create healing, allow God’s will to be done.

Kena McClure, a massage therapist, Christian, and practitioner of Holy Reiki shares this insight: “For me, Holy Reiki is an extension of my faith. It allows pure healing to flow to the person without the interference of me. I do not direct the flow, I only facilitate the flow as a vessel. I use the language of my client to better communicate the whole process.” 

From a place of deep reflection Kena reveals,  “For me, there is only one Source and it has nothing to do with my opinions or the beliefs of others. It is a wonderful way of allowing love to flow to the other person  . . . meeting them where they are. I completely trust that ‘flow’ is going wherever it is needed and directed by God or the Divine. Most persons experience some level of positive change through Holy Reiki. This is the only form of Reiki I have practiced…and it is sacred and a privilege to share with the world.”

Longtime SWIHA instructor Cheryl Speen offers this of her experience: “Holy Reiki is the glue that creates the bond to all the other work that do for myself and for others. Until I took the classes, I had no idea that I already had been doing Holy Reiki my whole life!  I would always ask God for the help and then methodically do the work.  I often witnessed his answers to my prayers, and I was always a bit surprised. Now with my training, it is more streamline, intentional and focused. Things happen faster.”

With a slight grin and big smile Cheryl summarized it best: “Holy Wow!”

“Reiki is prayer in action,” affirms Mary. “In the stillness and simplicity of prayer, our intentions are made known.  We move from the unreal to the real in silent meditation and connect to this holy power.” 

A verse from the New Living Translation Bible is the vision Mary holds for Holy Reiki. Psalms 46:10 states: “Be still, and know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation. I will be honored throughout the world.”

Contact our Admissions department to find how to join Mary for Holy Reiki in January 2019!

Incredible photos of animals loving Reiki you need to see – Kathleen Prasad’s Animal Reiki Blog

Incredible photos of animals loving Reiki you need to see

One of the best things about Reiki is how deeply it relaxes animals, even those that are incredibly anxious, depressed or sick. Witnessing firsthand so many happy, calm and blissed-out animals following my Reiki sessions keeps me motivated every single day.

Below are a few of my favorite photos and videos of animals loving Reiki. Most of these were taken at BrightHaven, a holistic hospice for animals in Santa Rosa, California, where I’ve had the honor to teach monthly Reiki courses for more than 12 years:

Rosie, may she rest in peace, was a sweet senior kitty at BrightHaven that always soaked in sessions with gusto. This photo was taken after a 30-minute treatment in the garden—where she came to lay at my feet for the whole session.

Asia is a large, beautiful rescued horse now living happily at BrightHaven. In this wonderful photo, taken on the very first World Animal Reiki Day, Reiki practitioner Joannie is sharing a peaceful meditation. You can almost see their hearts connecting in the photo!

Those of you who’ve visited BrightHaven will undoubtedly remember Jack, the sanctuary watch dog. He’s definitely got a big attitude in a small body and rarely lets down his guard … except during Reiki. He curls up and sleeps like a baby!

Teaching at BrightHaven

When teaching Reiki at BrightHaven, I’ve often got a cat in my lap, and this class is no exception. Clearly, Thomas wants to help with the lessons. I do believe animals are our most profound Reiki teachers! Photo copyright Judy Baldwin

When not on my lap as I teach class, Thomas loves to sit next to students practicing Reiki—and often by the end of the session, he is curled up and purring.

Children have a wonderful natural healing ability. Lily, a blind rescued dog at BrightHaven, fell into a deep Reiki sleep while spending time with me and my daughter.

Buttercup and Benjamin

Rescued from an uncertain future, mother and son cows will now be able to stay together at BrightHaven for life! They often like to lay down together and doze during Reiki sessions.

Harley, rest in peace dear one, often loved hands-on Reiki sessions, sometimes placing his large snout into my hands. He would make the most adorable snorts of contentment during Reiki. Photo copyright Kendra Luck

My senior rescued dog, Dakota, loved Reiki so much that he would often get a special smile during sessions. Photo copyright Kendra Luck

BrightHaven resident cat Neil, rest in peace, won over this student during a beginner Reiki class. She enjoyed sitting in Reiki meditation with Neil so much that we thought she might move in after the class was done! 🙂

BrightHaven rescued kitty Peanut loves to sleep. However, during Reiki sessions, she often curls up on her back, exposing her belly, with feet twitching here and there, as if she is truly releasing all her stress as she relaxes.

EJ, the most adorable mini donkey living at BrightHaven, has come such a long way! Once terrified of people, he has learned to trust again and now loves his Reiki sessions. You can feel the love and harmony as he shares Reiki with a visiting practitioner.

This is a typical equine Reiki session: Notice how Joanna, the practitioner, is allowing the horse to lead and not forcing hands-on contact. Mocha, a rescued horse living at BrightHaven, alternates between quiet connection and calm grazing. Reiki creates a beautiful peaceful heart connection!

What may not be obvious in these photos and videos is that BrightHaven sanctuary animals enjoy a holistic lifestyle in a feng shui home environment. Their healing approach is based on classical veterinary homeopathy complemented by a raw food diet, immune and organ support, and a variety of healing arts, including animal Reiki. Conventional medical care is mainly honored in the form of diagnostics, fluid therapy and surgery. BrightHaven is also a leader in animal hospice care. Through this special recipe of care, as well as the love given by staff and volunteers, special-needs BrightHaven animals find a new lease on life and thrive through their senior years.

Do you have any pictures of blissed-out animals loving Reiki? Share them here! (For even more photos, check out my Facebook photo album of my students’ happy animals following Reiki treatments.)

Lead photo copyright Kendra Luck

Kathleen Prasad is an entrepreneur, author, educator, spiritual seeker and animal advocate living in beautiful Marin County, California, with her husband, daughter, dog and two horses. She loves being with animals, listening to hip-hop, eating out at vegan restaurants, riding dressage, hiking in the redwoods and traveling the world to meet animal people.
You can learn more about Kathleen here.

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Animals are highly evolved beings. They know what is good for them. These videos and pictures show this very clearly.

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Hello Kathleen!

I enjoyed reading this article about animals who have received reiki treatments. It is beautiful to be able to put an image with the animals that you work with. It also interests me the variation of animals that respond to reiki. You are doing awesome work here by dedicating your life to these precious animals. I hope that as a journalist I can continue to spread the word on animal reiki and the benefits!

Talk soon,
Ashley Coffey

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Hi Ashley, glad you enjoyed the article – and thank you for doing your part as a journalist to help spread the wonderful word about Reiki for animals 🙂 Blessings!

Remarkable Healing Power of Reiki as Cancer Treatment

Ask the majority of people what they fear most and the answer will be cancer.

That’s hardly surprising since this prevalent disease is responsible for more deaths around the world than any other cause. Cancer is the leading cause of death in Australia and the second most common cause of death in the U.S., but there is real hope of turning these statistics around.

Thanks to advancement in medical technology, some cancers can be detected in the early stages, optimizing treatment and survival rates. Over the past 20 years, survival rates for many common cancers has risen by 30 percent, and more than half of cancer patients are still surviving five years after diagnosis.

As medical practices and treatment options continue to evolve, so too does the understanding of the human mind and body, and the vital role they play in our survival.

Scientific evidence shows the mind and body are connected, and both must be at peace when fighting cancer. Patients with high expectations of getting better, often do because of the release of biological chemicals altering specific areas of the brain to aid in recovery.

Over the past two decades, the Australian medical profession has acknowledged the connection between the body and mind, and its role in our overall health. Mind-body therapy now plays an integral part of whole-person care.

What Is Mind-Body Therapy?

Mind-body therapy is any practice that helps restore the balance between the mind, body and soul, and it creates in-depth healing on all levels — spiritual, mental and physical.

Ongoing research has shown that mind-body therapy can improve quality of life for those with a life-limited illness, such as mesothelioma, in a number of ways including:

  • Reduction of pain
  • Reduction in chemotherapy side effects
  • Reduction of stress and anxiety

There are many different types of mind-body therapies, including yoga, tai chi, meditation, qigong, creative visualization, pranic healing and art therapy.

One of the most accepted and practiced forms of alternative therapy is Reiki which works in conjunction with regular medical or psychological treatment.

What Is Reiki?

Reiki is a non-invasive therapy that passes subtle energy from one being to another to help promote well-being.

No pressure or tissue manipulation is used.

Those trained in the art of Reiki therapy tap into the infinite supply of healing energy in the universe and transfer it to others by laying their hands on or slightly above different areas of the body. These regions usually include the head, shoulders, stomach and feet which together take in the body’s seven chakras, the energy centers of our body.

Reiki does not require any equipment. It can be performed on those lying down, sitting up or standing, and it’s done through the clothing.

It helps relieve tension, anxiety and fear. Responses to Reiki treatments vary from person to person but most experience a deep feeling of relaxation and peace. Some people fall asleep during treatment and awaken feeling refreshed and more positive about their future.

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Hospitals Provide Reiki for Their Patients

Scientific evidence has shown that Reiki can minimize patients’ symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Research carried out at the Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, revealed that Reiki improved the sleep pattern of patients by 86 percent, reduced levels of pain and nausea by 78 percent and 80 percent, respectively.

Hospitals and clinics across Australia and the U.S. are beginning to acknowledge Reiki as a meaningful way to improve patient care.

California Pacific Medical Center, one of the largest hospitals that state, offers a range of complementary therapies, including acupuncture homeopathy, aromatherapy and Reiki, for acute and chronic illnesses.

The International Association of Reiki Professionals shows that Dr. Michael Cantwell, a pediatrician at California Pacific Medical Center, uses Reiki in the “treatment of acute illnesses such as musculoskeletal injury, pain, headache, acute infections and asthma.”

Cancer Prevention

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of new cancer cases can be reduced if people take advantage of cancer screening technology.

Screening helps identify precancerous lesions and early stages of cancer development, optimizing the chance of successful treatment. Vaccines also are used to help prevent some cancers.

Medical technology aside, the best defense we have against cancer lies within the strength of our body and our mind. Taking good care of them both will reward us with good health and minimize our chance of getting cancer.

Taking good care of the body and mind is equally important for those already diagnosed with cancer because it will give them the physical and emotional strength needed to fight the disease.

Using Reiki to Tap into the Energy of the Universe

“Reiki literally wakes up our Divine essence so we can see our spirit behind the veils.” ~ Colleen Benelli.

Reiki is a holistic healing method that works on the mind, body and soul. It is a Japanese word made up of two syllables – “Rei” meaning universal, abundant, or boundless and “Ki” meaning life force and vital energy. Thus Reiki literally means universal life force.

The whole universe moves with this life force or cosmic energy. Each one of us experiences this energy all the

time, but we are unable to make use of it. With Reiki we learn to tap into the universal energy that dwells within us in the form of our vital force and use it for the benefit of others and ourselves.

How does Reiki work?

It works on the principle that each of us has the power of healing within us. This is why when we are physically or emotionally hurt, the touch of a loved one makes us feel better. Before practicing, one has to be initiated by a Reiki master.

He/she douses the practitioners with a strong beam of energy that dissolves all the blockages in the etheric body, and aligns us with the universal life force. Once this process is done, the practitioner’s vital force reconnects with the source energy and we can accept more energy from the cosmos.

We all know the law of conservation of energy, “energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, but can change form.”

When healing, we tap into this universal energy and transmit it to the intended person with positive thoughts and intentions.

The energy is abundant and can never run out. When we heal someone, the etheric patches start dissolving and the physical illness resolves along with its cause. It can be given either by direct contact at specific hand positions or from a distance.

“Healing may not be so much about getting better, as about letting go of everything that isn’t you- all of the expectations, all of the beliefs- and becoming who you are.” ~ Rachel Naomi Remen.

Why I Practice Reiki

My first experience with Reiki was when I asked a friend who was learning this art to to relieve my strained eyes. She asked me to lie down, said a prayer silently, rubbed her palms together, and gently placed it on my eyes.

Her palms were soothingly warm and tears started seeping through my closed eyelids due to the relief I felt. She kept healing for 10 minutes, and the pressure and strain in my eyes had disappeared. This incident got me interested in this alternative healing method.

After completing the 1st level of Reiki, all students are required to perform a 21 day self-healing which is mandatory. reiki-healing-power-energy-transfer

This process helps a new Reiki healer to fulfill his/her own energy before healing others. At the end of it, I felt like there was a light inside me that sparked positive feelings and made me completely aware of each moment.

Reiki is another form of meditation and the more we practice it, the more we charge our own batteries, and only when we are full up to the brim, can we transmit it to others. Anyone can be given Reiki as long as they are willing to receive it.

The Healing power of Reiki

It can be used for a wide range of conditions – to relieve acute pain, help fasten wound healing, and is effective in emotional and psychological conditions like stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression etc.

On the pathological level, it should not be used as a substitute for medicine, but it has been observed that Reiki healing decreases the duration of treatment and the dose of medicine. It can also help in affirmation and goal manifestation, in healing past traumas and dissolving bad karma.

Reiki promotes positivity and gives a gentle nudge towards fulfilling goals which are in sync with nature’s wisdom and brings us closer to our authentic self.

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