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Rei meaning "Spiritual Wisdom" and Ki meaning Life Energy

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What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese holistic healing practice that focuses on the transfer of universal life force energy through the hands of a trained practitioner to promote physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing.


The word "Reiki" is derived from two Japanese words: "Rei," which means universal or spiritual, and "Ki," which means life force energy.


The practice of Reiki is based on working with the subtle energy that flows through all living beings, and when this energy is blocked or depleted, it can lead to physical or emotional imbalances and illnesses. The goal of Reiki is to restore the flow of this life force energy and bring about healing and balance.

Reiki is not associated with any particular religion or belief system, and it is not dependent on religious faith for its effectiveness. It is considered a complementary therapy that works in harmony with the recipient's prescribed medical care and natural healing processes.

What are the benefits?

The Reiki energy is believed to flow to wherever it is needed most in the recipient's body, promoting relaxation, stress reduction, and energetic rebalancing.


It is not directed or controlled by the practitioner but guided by the recipient's own inherent wisdom.


Reiki is often described as a gentle and soothing experience, with recipients commonly reporting feelings of warmth, peace, and deep relaxation during and after a session. It is a non-invasive practice and can be used in conjunction with other medical or therapeutic treatments.

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Can anyone learn Reiki?

Training in Reiki involves receiving attunements or initiations from a Reiki Master, who passes on the ability to channel Reiki energy.


The training typically includes learning the hand positions, understanding the principles and philosophy of Reiki, and practicing self-treatment and treatment of others.

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