Reiki readings are powerful, and it is considered an alternative healing method. Even though people think that Reiki is a new things, it has really been around since ancient times. It is something that has become popular and is one way to care about yourself.
Reiki is when you can transfer energy from a healer to someone else’s body. They will take their hands and place them over or on the body and the energy will transfer to the body to the places that need healing.
Reiki means, Rei, which is a Japanese word that means universal, and which means life energy. Reiki workers will put their hands on different parts of the body, and they will open up the chakras and the energy centers in the human body.
Opening the Chakras
There are seven chakras that are found inside the body, and this goes from the top of the head to the bottom of the spine. The chakras are called wheels and each one of these move, pushing the energy through the body.
As energy flows up and down in the body, the balanced chakras can bring healing to the body. The body will be strong and healthy when the chakras are balanced but it can be sickly and out of whack when the chakras are blocked.
A blocked chakra can cause people to feel anxious, depressed, tired, and physically sick.
What is Closed?
Reiki can help to figure out which chakras are open and which ones are closed. As the energy flows through the body, Reiki is able to heal where the energy stops or isn’t moving correctly. As the energy flows through your body, you will see that you can relax, and you can start to feel healthy.
Reiki can bring healing and health to your body and can stop the pain from being too much to handle.
What Happens During a Reiki Reading?
During a Reiki reading, the healer will stand over the ailing body. They will do a reading for around 20 minutes or more. Reiki sessions are done when you are fully clothed, and you can lay down or you can sit up during the session.
There is no set place that Reiki has to be done and you just need a place that is going to be calm and without distractions. If you have any kind of injury, make sure that you tell the practitioner before they begin the treatment.