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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How does Reiki work? What is it?

The Eastern idea that life energy flows through your body serves as the foundation for reiki therapy. To help direct this energy in a way that encourages balance and healing, a Reiki practitioner may use gentle contact or place their hands just above your body.

2. What happens when you receive Reiki treatment?

The therapist will move their hands all over your body. They might give you a little touch or put their hands close to your body. Body sensations like heat or tingling are possible. Some people claim to have recollections or visual renderings of colors or images appear.

3. How long do the effects of Reiki last?

Compared to the rest-only (control) group, they scored less fatigued, in pain, and anxious. After 5 Reiki treatments, these positive results persisted for at least a week.

4. What time of day is ideal for Reiki?

It is recommended that you begin your self-treatment for 20 minutes first thing in the morning and repeat it 20 minutes later. If you would like, these therapies can be given for extended periods of time (30 to 60 minutes). To best suit your schedule, you can even change the time of day.

5. Is Reiki beneficial to the body?

A person is more likely to be ill or stressed if their energy level is low, according to the underlying reiki theory. On the contrary, if it is high, they have a greater capacity for happiness and health. However, Reiki may assist in making your body feel more at ease and tranquil.

6. What should I anticipate from my initial Reiki session?

Most clients report feeling calm and at ease. Your body should feel relaxed, and your mind may feel at ease. Clients occasionally nod off during reiki sessions because the energy is so calming. But don't worry, whether you are awake or asleep, you will still profit from the session.

7. Can trauma be cured by Reiki?

Because the energy that is stored in that region after a trauma happens has a low frequency and hinders the passage of energy, it is very helpful for healing trauma. Energy becomes denser and heavier emotionally and mentally once blockages occur in our energy lines.

8. How should I dress for a Reiki massage?

It is best to wear clothing made of thin, supple material, such as a cotton T-shirt, lounge pants, or leggings, because warmth may readily transfer through the fabric. Stretchy material is particularly great for facilitating Reiki hand placement because it can conform to the shape of the body.

9. Does Reiki help with sadness and anxiety?

According to these findings, Reiki had a stronger effect than a placebo in lowering clinical stress levels but not typical levels of anxiety or despair.

10. How do Reiki and massage differ from one another?

While massage is more forceful and manipulates the muscles, Reiki just uses touch and depending on the training tradition, sometimes even just the healer's hands being close to certain portions of the body. It uses 12 to 20 recommended hand positions.

11. What chakra is PTSD affecting?

The throat's Vishudha Chakra, which controls self-expression, is placed there. Blockages in the Vishudha Chakra are common in people with PTSD brought on by emotional abuse. These blockages can make it difficult for sufferers to ask for help and can also cause dread of speaking and self-expression.

12. Is Reiki something spiritual?

A holistic Japanese method for spiritual healing, relaxation, and stress relief is called reiki. Rei and Ki both refer to advanced learning or spiritual consciousness. The entirety of reiki is a spiritually guided life force.