Reiki healings/spiritual practice/reiki practioners/Reiki healings
Reiki is a form of spiritual practice, used as a complementary therapy, proposed for the treatment of physical, emotional, and mental diseases. This spiritual healing process may have its roots in Japanese Buddhists teachings, but is not restrained within the parameters of any religion.
Mikao Usui developed Reiki in early 20th century Japan, where he received the ability of 'healing without energy depletion'.
Practitioners use a technique similar to the laying on of hands, which they say will channel "healing energy" (ki). Reiki Practitioners state that energy flows through their palms for healing and that the method can be used for self-treatment as well as treatment of others.
Reiki teachings state that there is a universal 'life force' energy, which can be accessed by practitioners to induce a healing effect. It is claimed by believers that anyone can gain access to this energy by means of an atonement process carried out by a Reiki Master.
The belief is that the energy will flow through the practitioner's hands whenever the hands are placed on, or held near a potential recipient, who can be clothed.
Some teachings stress the importance of the practitioner's intention or presence in this process, while others claim that the energy is drawn by the recipient's injury to activate or enhance the natural healing processes. Going further, the belief is that the 'energy' is 'intelligent', making diagnosis unnecessary.
A second level of training, including another initiation, is said to equip the practitioner to perform Reiki treatments from a distance. This method, it is stated, involves the use of special symbols to form a temporary connection between the practitioner and the recipient, regardless of location, and then to send the Reiki energy. The energy involved in a Reiki treatment is said to be 'from the Universe,' rather than the personal energy of the practitioner, and is therefore inexhaustible. (Some teachings say that the energy enters the practitioner through the crown chakra at the top of the head, before being emitted from the hands.) As a consequence, Reiki practitioners are taught that they can treat themselves with Reiki.Practitioners also use Reiki as preventative medicine, as it is claimed that the energy encourages healing before any noticeable symptoms have emerged. Some teachers state that if, on some level, the intended recipient does not wish to be healed, and the energy wills not flow.Reiki is described by adherents as a holistic therapy which brings about healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels.
It is said that healing may occur in any or all of these domains in a single treatment, without any conscious direction needed by either the practitioner or the recipient.
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