15 Minute Distant Reiki HealingSold by: StarzLaurie
When you order, I will contact you via email to discuss your session. I will also send you a follow up email with any additional information I receive during your healing. For 15 minutes this is usually about one to two paragraphs in length.
I am a Reiki 2 Healer and have been attuned to sending Reiki over time and distance. Currently I only offer Reiki via Distance.
What is Reiki?
Reiki promotes stress reduction and relaxation as well as enhancing the healing process in general. Reiki was discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui in March 1922 and can be defined as Spiritually Guided Life Force Energy.
Reiki can be administered in person, or remotely. During an in person session, the client lays down on a massage table while the healer places hands over specific areas of the body. During this time the Reiki healer channels this energy through the crown of their head, through their hands and into the client.
During a distance Reiki healing session, the healer tunes into the client and sends Reiki to them. Reiki is not bound by time or distance. When you book a distance reiki healing with me you are able to select the time you would like to receive it. While that is the time I will set aside just for you, you can go about your normal activities if you wish.
Everyone experiences Reiki differently, but some describe the energy as feeling warm and tingly. Some may feel nothing but will note the release of tension such as back or headaches. Reiki is also wonderful for relieving depression and anxiety.
Some things to keep in mind about Reiki Healing is that it is not meant as a substitute for medical care or diagnosis. You should consult your Medical Doctor about any ailments you may be experiencing. That being said, Reiki WILL NOT Harm. It is ONLY capable of healing and has proven time and again to enhance mainstream medical techniques.
There are 5 Reiki Ideals as taught by Dr. Usui:
1. Just for today – don’t get angry.
2. Just for today – don’t worry.
3. Just for today – be grateful.
4. Just for today – work hard.
5. Just for today – be kind to others.