Reiki for stress reduction and relaxation?

What Is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by “laying on hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.

What is Reiki and how is it used?

People use reiki to decrease pain, ease muscle tension, speed healing, and improve sleep. Reiki is sometimes used to help people who suffer from pain or discomfort from cancer or other diseases. But reiki is not used as a treatment for cancer or any other disease.

What does Reiki mean in Japanese?

The word Reiki is composed of two Japanese words – Rei and Ki. When translating Japanese into English we must keep in mind that an exact translation is difficult. The Japanese language has many levels of meaning.

Why not take a look?

  • You see, you’ve probably been led to believe, amongst other things, that…
  • You have to attend the classes of an existing Reiki Master to be attuned to Reiki, haven’t you?
  • And that you have to take both a Reiki 1 and a Reiki 2 class before you can even consider asking to be attuned to the level of Reiki Master.
  • You may also have been told it’s compulsory to wait for a certain amount of time between classes before you can move on.
  • And the whole procedure needs a considerable commitment in both time and money.

In fact, some Reiki teachers even go so far as to tell you that you have to undertake a very expensive, twelve month minimum, apprenticeship before you can become a Reiki Master!

But, you’ll no doubt be surprised, and happy, to hear…

That all those ‘requirements’ just don’t make any sense!


Because it’s not how the accepted founder of modern day Reiki, Mikao Usui himself, was attuned to Reiki.

So, it’s not how YOU have to do it either.

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