Reiki Distant Healing

Reiki Distant Healing

Is it possible to send Reiki healing to someone from a vast distance? Anyone who has been involved with Reiki for any time whatsoever knows that this is entirely possible. If you’re not yet involved with Reiki personally but you’ve thought about it in the past, you might be wondering if distance Reiki healing is truly a possibility. In fact, you might not yet be entirely sold on the idea of Reiki healing in general.

How does it all work?

Further details on Reiki Energy Healing here or continue with current article: Think about it this way. You already know that every living being is composed of energy. You have to consume energy in the form of food on a daily basis in order to remain strong. You expend energy when you exercise. You feel your own energy inside your body wax and wane, depending on the time of day or the type of day you’ve had. By the same token, you know that it is energy that causes your cells to function, as the food you ingest is transformed into energy that can then be used by the body. This energy emits signals that can be picked up on specific types of medical machines. These are the machines that are used to measure your heartbeat and your brain function. Now consider this. Have you ever put your hand out and extended it closely to another person’s extended hand so that the two of you are close in proximity, but not physically touching? What did you feel? Chances are, you felt something that made your hand tingle. Perhaps your hand felt warm. This is an exchange of energy between the two of you. If you haven’t yet had that experience, find someone close to you and give it a try. It’s really quite an amazing experience. Even if you haven’t experienced that personally, you’ve probably felt the static electricity when you touch a Styrofoam cup or a balloon. All of this is energy. It’s energy in the atmosphere and in your own body. The balloon and the cup obviously don’t have energy, yet energy is all around them. In Reiki, you learn how to utilize that energy to help people feel better physically, mentally and emotionally. In many cases, they even feel a greater spiritual connection after Reiki treatment.

Sending Reiki healing from a distance

Some Reiki practitioners will tell you that you have to verbally ask for permission and receive that permission in order to send Reiki healing. Others will tell you that as long as you’re sending healing with only the best of intentions, you can assume implied consent. The truth is, Reiki healing has a tendency to help people where it’s needed most. Therefore, you don’t really need to be overly specific about why you’re sending healing energy or what you expect to be accomplished with it. If you’re sending it with the best of intentions, it has a way of helping people in the manner they need to be helped. It may therefore alleviate some type of physical issue or it may help them become less anxious or less depressed. If your intentions are truly benign and altruistic, it’s typically considered acceptable for you to go ahead and send Reiki healing. To experience Distant Healing try first session free with code “FSFREIKI”.

What about the mechanics of it all?

The first thing to remember is that it doesn’t usually take as long as it does when the two of you are in the same room. This might seem a bit odd because you may think that due to the increased distance, it would take longer. However, most distance healing sessions only last about 15 to 20 minutes as opposed to the typical 60 to 90 minute sessions that are done in person. If you are the individual doing the healing, it’s imperative that you first focus on gathering your healing energy and only begin to send it when you feel you are truly ready to do so. When that time comes, visualize the patient and then visualize the healing energy being sent to them with the intention behind it. You can visualize that energy entering the patient physically, mentally and emotionally to ensure the most complete results. You also want to be sure to do the same thing on a spiritual level . Last but not least, you can mentally ask the patient to rest after the session has ended. Just as you started your session, you will end it with a few minutes of healing meditation for yourself, making sure that you have disconnected the distant healing session and are now focusing on your own needs.

One of the most important things for you to do as a Reiki healer is to have confidence that the sessions you’re doing will be effective. If you are the one receiving Reiki, the same still holds true. Although you’re likely to experience some positive benefits even if you don’t fully feel convinced of Reiki’s effectiveness, you’ll obviously experience the best results if you’re open to receiving them.