Distance reiki

Distance Reiki: what is it?

Distance Reiki is one of many ways to link and channel this universal energy to support balance and healing. Perfect for times like now, when we can’t be in the same room!

BALANCING ACT

Balance is such a tricky word and we can spend our entire life trying to figuring out its meaning. It is that state of equilibrium where we have an equal distribution of physical strength and ease. Our body, mind, and emotions need different forms of energy to support balance like a wholesome meal, physical movement, rest and reiki. 

UNIVERSAL ENERGY

The intelligence of our body and its nourishment goes beyond the modern understanding that we have of it. For centuries, ancient cultures have been describing and exploring a universal energy in and around us. Every rock, mountain, river, plant and animal is able to perceive or feel, has individual personalities and contains a life force.

DISTANCE REIKI

Reiki is an energetic form of healing, which emerged from Japan in the late 1800’s, though there is evidence of this type of healing in ancient civilisations.

Distance Reiki works according to an ancient principle called the “Hermetic Law of Similarity”. We are all energy matter – a part of a larger whole – and we are all connected. Therefore during a distance Reiki session the practitioner is able to link up to the energy field of the recipient.

PRACTITIONER EXPERIENCE

At Upāya Wellbeing Julia and Kylie are our resident reiki practitioners.

Kylie: “Distance Reiki can be sent to anyone, anywhere and at any time. I have to admit I wasn’t sure when I first started performing distance Reiki healing. Yet as I continue to practice, the evidence speaks for itself. During sessions, which I often do over the phone, I’ve  had people ask if I was just working on a particular area, or say things like, “I felt my arm tingling just now.” And indeed, it would be the place where I was working. Regardless of distance, Reiki can have benefits such as increasing feelings of relaxation, happiness, empowerment, and ease.” 

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