by Sue Siebens
We realize, usually in retrospect, that we give up the things we need most when we are stressed or in crisis. We contract into comfort foods and habits, ignoring disadvantages that may come with them.
In the grips of this pandemic, we are all looking for ways to soften our fear and angst.
Why not use DISTANCE REIKI?
When I started working with Reiki, years ago, no one had heard of it. But now, if I tell someone I’m a Reiki Master, they have at least heard of Reiki. They may not know what it is exactly. But they have heard of it.
Reiki practitioners start by learning to channel energy through their bodies and out their hands. They place their hands on themselves or someone else and let the energy pour out of their palms. It feels like being touched by hand-sized heating pads.
During a session some clients feel tingling, pulsing It’s a nice gentle warm feeling that helps with relaxation, calm and joy. Some clients see colors. Some drift into a refreshing nap. It restores balance on all levels.
When Reiki practitioners receive their Second Level Training, they learn how to conduct distant treatments. This means they don’t have to touch their clients to have the same effects as an in-person Reiki treatment. They can hover their hands a few inches above the body, beam the energy from across the room or send a session to someone across the planet.
How does that work? It turns out that Reiki can flow at any time or distance. No distance is too far. Because Energy is Energy.
Think about cell phones—they don’t have to be physically connected to work. They use radio frequencies, a form of electromagnetic energy, to connect to cell towers. I can’t pretend to understand the details of how it works; for me, it just does–using a form of energy.
Reiki is Universal Life Force Energy and works by supplying the recipient’s body-mind-spirit what it needs. Touch is not required.
Sometimes called “remote healing”, distance Reiki sessions are conducted much like an in-person session. The client is asked what is happening in their life and what they want to work on. To start the Reiki treatment, they are asked to formally state their “Intention and Release” to fix their session goals. Then they relax in a comfortable chair, sofa or bed. And listen to some calming instrumental music if they choose.
The experience of receiving a distance Reiki session varies depending on the sensitivity of the recipient. But exactly like in-person sessions, they will feel calmer, more at peace, optimistic and balanced when the session is complete. Their physical healing is enhanced, and their sense of well-being is strengthened.
And, by the way, Reiki is a great immune system booster. Something that we all need these days—by the truckload!
Replace your bad habits with a distance Reiki session.
Sue Siebens is an intuitive holistic healer based in Dallas, Texas. In her practice, she uses techniques that work at a fundamental level, where the roots of the illness, fear and pain can be accessed and resolved. Sue teaches and blogs to broadcast and raise awareness about these new technologies, so that as many people as possible can find relief and peace in their life.