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Reiki Treatment in Person
The classic Reiki treatment in person requires a meeting to be scheduled for the precise time and place. Either the patient will come to the practitioner's office, or the practitioner will come to the patient's home. The requirements for a successful session usually are:
You need not undress your body, nor will there be need for the practitioner's hands to touch your skin. In some respects, Reiki treatment is similar to a massage session, while in other respects, it is totally different.
The practitioner may and should ask you how to go about the sensitive parts of your body -- the breasts, the genitals, the throat, the nose. The session will be just as successful in case the hands hover over those parts.
You can listen to some music, perhaps one of those New Age modern instrumentals with extravagant titles such as Partner Massage Air, Reiki, Aquarius etc. If the music is distracting, shut it down.
Treatments in Your HomeIf the therapist comes to your house for the treatment, try to eliminate all distractions and reserve at least one hour for the session. Ideally, you should receive Reiki in the bed, and that may pose a problem for the therapist. He or she may strain their backs if they have to reach out for too long. If the position is awkward for the practitioner, the patient may be sitting in a large and comfortable chair; the therapist then stands behind the chair and can endure the whole treatment that way.
You can fall asleep during a Reiki healing session and it is a fairly common occurence. Reiki relaxes deeply, which can also be manifested as emotional outlets, crying, sobbing, sadness because of events from long ago... It is a part of the healing and cannot be avoided: Reiki goes where it needs to go, and if the cause of the problem is in the emotional sphere, there can be a spontaneous release of emotions.
Reiki Treatment in the Practitioner's OfficeIf you go to the practitioner's office, most of the problems with concentration and distractions should be automatically resolved. If the practitioner is doing this seriously at all, he would have a specialized Reiki table at just the convenient height to avoid the need of straining too much while laying hands on your body.
Reiki tables are quite similar to massage tables, if not one and the same. There are thousands people now in every country of the world practicing Reiki on their own, some professionally, some as a part time job, some as a hobby or from the need to help their loved ones, so a whole new market for the specialized tables sprung up.
What the Patient Feels During the Treatment
Usually, the patient feels the practitioner's hands as quite warm, with a sudden leap from feeling them normally to feeling them hot. Many people comment out loud when they feel the sudden jump of the heat at the practitioner's hands.
There will be cases in which the patient and the therapist will draw radically different sensations from the same situation: to the patient the practitioner's hands are hot, while the therapist feels the patient's body as cold. But it doesn't really matter: even if neither the therapist nor the patient feel anything during the session, it does not mean that there is no transfer of energy going on. In such cases, the healing presumably takes place in those parts of the aura for which we do not have direct receptors.
Laying the Hands Down or Hovering Around the BodyMost practitioners literally lay their hands down on the patient's body. There are some, however, who never do that, holding their hands very near the body and yet never touching it. It is a valid Reiki treatment technique, since the hands are then in the etheric body and the healing can progress from there just as efficiently as from the physical body itself. Some even argue that both techniques should be used, that is, both laying the hands on the body and around the body in the same session. There are no hard and fast rules about it, but the practitioner should follow his or her own intuition, listen to the guides etc.
|disspel the roots of the illness,
|harmonize you energetically, and
|restore a sense of well-being that was so long lost on you.
In Reiki healing, intent is everything. If both you as a patient and the practitioner want you to be healed, that will just happen! The best practical side to Reiki is that you can be healing yourself even if there is no medical diagnosis. For instance, you may go through extensive pains for whatever gynecological reason, but Reiki can always be there to help eliminate the pain, if possible at all.
In acute conditions, the more Reiki the better. The usual warnings apply, though. If there is a slightest doubt that the spine or something in the head is broken, do not jump across the street to offer Reiki! But as soon as the broken log or arm is repositioned, do give as much Reiki as needed. There is evidence that in such situations, eight hours of Reiki treatment equals 10-15 days of natural regrowing of the bones! Reiki is at its best when applied in conjunction with other medical and alternative methods.
On the other hand, with the presence of the Internet and long distance attunements, it is easy to imagine most or all members of your family inititated into Reiki and gathering to give you strong and accelerated healing Reiki treatments. This may be the best practical possiblity for your nearest and dearest to help you overcome your current illness, such as the one that is leading you to hysterectomy.