Why Reiki is so popular?

The science of Reiki is to transfer positive energy of an individual to another individual who is suffering from some disease via a Reiki practitioner. Reiki is a healing technique which originated in the 20th century. The term “Reiki” is a Japanese word meaning “Universal Life Force Energy” Developed by Dr. Mikao Usui. It is widely adopted by millions of people worldwide today. The purpose of this curative method is to accelarate the rate of healing. Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances in once body. It is said that the human mind is not only restricted to the head, It also has the range beyond our body to the auric level.

The person who practices Reiki will have the responsibility to transfer the positive vibes from a healthy individual to the patient. This describes the basic operation of this technique. The Reiki practitioner acts like a vessel, the healer then channelizes the energy from the donor via crown chakra, and then the energy reaches into the hands of the practitioner from heart chakra. Infusing this blissful energy into the patient carefully will result in a successful transaction of energy.

Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect. It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery. Reiki is different from almost all other healing modalities. It’s actually transferred to each student from a Reiki master during what is called an attunement process. This process is said to open the crown, heart, and palm chakras and creates a unique connection between the student and the teacher. Once you have received a Reiki attunement, you will have Reiki for the remainder of your life. It does not “wear off” and you can never lose it.

Reiki literally wakes up our divine essence so we cqn see our spirit behind the veils.
Colleen Benelli

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