About Reiki: How does it work?

Feb 8, 2019

About Reiki: How does it work?

How does Reiki work? It’s a complicated question to answer. Most people think of the hands of the practitioner. But it goes well beyond that. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words – Rei which means “God’s Wisdom or the Higher Power” and Ki which is “life force energy”. So Reiki is actually “spiritually guided life force energy.”

One’s life energy is often blocked because of stress, emotions that have not been expressed or managed, emotional or physical shocks, a mind that cogitate constantly …

Reiki allows you to refocus, relax, recharge and reconnect with yourself.

When Reiki is received regularly, it is a real personal development tool because it works on all levels: physical, emotional, psychic, energy, and spiritual.

Physics: One of the fundamental properties of Reiki is to restore the natural balance of the body, in this case the physical body and thus stimulate its ability to self-healing, relax physical tension.

Emotional: By soothing the nervous system, it balances the emotions. Reiki allows us to take the necessary distance to identify our negative emotions, our blockages, in order to free ourselves from it more easily, it also helps to heal our trauma, and stimulates self-confidence.

Psychic: Reiki allows to calm the effervescence of a mind that “gallops”, “turns in a loop”, “cogitate constantly”; thoughts are clarified, we are more inclined to reach our goals.

Energy: By stimulating the circulation of vital energy, Reiki allows us to rebalance our chakras and refocus ourselves; to be more consistent with ourselves.

Spiritual: The Reiki energy develops our consciousness, favouring a connection to our deep being, our divine essence, it stimulates the inner thoughts, that of the inner voice, to better find one’s way …

Every Thursday we have few slots available for Reiki taster sessions.
Our taster sessions last 1 hour and cost only £38.

Book now and come a see for yourself how powerful it can be


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