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Reiki As A Tool For Healing - Try This One Now


Therefore, working with Reiki as a tool for healing can be highly beneficial, as you can channel Reiki into your energy body and out through your hands. Then, when you place your hands on yourself or another person in need of healing, the Reiki will flow without depleting your reserves of life force energy.

Additionally, because A Higher Intelligence guides Reiki, its effects extend beyond the physical body to the mind, emotions, and spirit, healing, harmonizing, and balancing the whole, as demonstrated in the following.

Reiki As A Healing Tool

A man lying in massage table and receiving a Reiki treatment
A man lying in massage table and receiving a Reiki treatment


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Using Reiki, the body's natural ability to heal itself is being facilitated and accelerated, assisting in alleviating pain and other symptoms and cleansing the body of poisons and toxic waste. Using Reiki to harmonize and balance the entire energy body, one can experience a sense of wholeness, a state of positive wellness, and a general sense of well-being, among other benefits. Additionally, it works in conjunction with a person's physical consciousness, or body wisdom, to help them better understand their body's actual needs, such as proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep schedules.


Reiki permeates all levels of a person's thinking patterns, enabling them to let go of negative thoughts, concepts, and attitudes in favor of positivity, peace, and serenity. This results in a state of more profound relaxation and the release of stress and tension. Reiki works with the energy field, particularly the brow chakra (Third Eye), to enhance intuitive abilities. It also works on all levels of a person's consciousness, encouraging them to pursue their potential through increased insight and self-awareness.


Reiki enters all levels of a person's emotional energy—those they are aware of and unaware of—to motivate them to evaluate their emotional reactions to situations and people, letting them get over to their negative emotions such as jealousy and anger. Promoting the qualities of love, caring, sharing, trusting, and goodwill. Additionally, it can assist individuals in channeling emotional energy into creative endeavors.


Reiki enters a person's entire energy body, soul, and spirit, assisting them in accepting and loving their whole selves. It fosters a nonjudgmental attitude toward humanity, allowing them to take each individual as soul energy on its spiritual path, rather than simply as a human being with all the attendant flaws and frailties. It fosters the qualities of love, compassion, understanding, and acceptance and assists an individual on their path toward spiritual development and connection with the Divine.

A Change In Consciousness

Regardless of our perspective, whether conventional or metaphysical, any illness, pain, or disease is a signal from the body informing us that something is wrong. From a conventional standpoint, the indications are pretty straightforward. If we have stomach pain, a doctor will look for physical causes, such as an ulcer, a viral infection, or possibly a grumbling appendix, and prescribe appropriate treatment, including antibiotics or surgery.

From a metaphysical perspective, the message is interpreted at the causative level, so stomach pain may indicate that something is occurring in your life that you are finding "difficult to stomach." Reiki typically alleviates such physical symptoms quickly, but because it also works at the causative level, it can assist in bringing to the surface the issues at the root of the physical problem.

Perhaps what you cannot "stomach" is the way you are treated at work by your boss or coworkers, but once the stomachache subsides, you return to work and carry on as usual. In this instance, even though the symptom has been alleviated, the underlying cause has not been eliminated. Soon after, the tension returns and the stomachache is replaced by another, frequently more severe, stress symptom. What is required is a change in consciousness: an acceptance that something must be done about the current state of affairs at work.

The issue must be addressed pro-actively. This may entail being assertive and communicating to your coworkers that their attitude is unacceptable or conversing with your boss about your dissatisfaction. It may even mean that you need to look for a more enjoyable job and perhaps more suited to your skills and abilities, as illness can serve as a "wake-up call" to indicate that we are not on the right track.

Taking charge of your health and well-being is the main point here. To help you do this, one of the best and easiest things you can do is learn how to use Reiki so that you can be a part of your self-healing.

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Rian Mcconnell

Rian Mcconnell - Rian is a Villanova University graduate who was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia with a medical degree. His residency was at Thomas Jefferson and its associated Wills Eye Hospital, and he finished his education with fellowships in cataract and corneal surgery at the University of Connecticut. He has a vast experience in ophthalmic surgery, with a focus on cataract surgery, corneal transplantation, and laser refractive procedures. He serves on the board of Vision Health International, an agency that provides eye care and surgery to indigent patients in Central and South America, in addition to his surgical practice.

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