Reiki Healing Sites
06:56:30 GMT, Mon, Jun 26, 2017
Means "Universal Life-Force Energy," and was created by Dr. Mikao Usui of Japan, about 150 years ago. His travels took him to Tibet, where he found ancient texts of healing, with symbols of an extremely spiritual method of healing. It is told that while descending a mountain in Tibet, he twisted his ankle, and prompted by what he had learned, applied this ancient method and healed his ankle. Upon returning to Japan, he formulated this modality into a method that he called “Reiki.” The “Rei” means universal, and “ki” means energy. It is understood that all of creation is energy, and when in particular the body is manifesting symptoms of disease, dis-ease, or is injured in any way, the universal energy flow is impeded, and the body is not able to maintain its natural state of optimum good health. The Reiki practitioner places the hands directly on the recipient, or a few inches above the recipient’s body, without physical contact. In fact Reiki can be sent over great distances by thought and intent. Reiki is a marvelous method to maintain the balance of the emotions, and the body. Anyone can learn this technique, by finding a Reiki Master Teacher, and receiving the attunements, while learning the modality. It is also effective to apply this healing modality to oneself....from the Glossary at HealersOfTheWorld.com|
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Popular Reiki Healing Sites
- Reiki Plain and Simple
Website offers comprehensive guides to Usui Shiki Ryoho. Online book by Vincent Amador.
- Reiki 4 All
Info on Usui, Tera Mai, and Karuna styles. Multilingual site by Remy Willems in the Netherlands.
Practitioner and teacher directory, classifieds, newsletter, question and answer forum. Hosted by Teri A. Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP)
Supports practitioners. Membership info and benefits, newsletter.
- The Reiki Page
David Herron provides a list of Reiki practitioners, ethical principles and history.
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