What is Reiki healing?

The word Reiki itself is Japanese and means a universal (Rei) energy (Ki). Reiki healing is a gentle, loving and at the same time very powerful form of energy healing. Reiki can heal many different types of defects and injuries and create calm, balance and harmony in body and mind.

The Japanese Dr. Mikao Usui has passed on Reiki in the traditional form, and the Usui Shiki Ryoho system that I have been taught means that your energy system is cared for.

In Reiki healing, the universal, healing energy is channeled down through the healer's body and out through the hands. The energy is universal and this means that I will not drain myself, or transfer negative energy from me to you, or vice versa.

What is Reiki good for?

Reiki strengthens your immune system and is good for inflammatory conditions and imbalances as the treatment can reduce stress, relax and activate the body's own ability to heal. Reiki loosens blockages, reduces anxiety and restlessness, reduces side effects and discomfort, and helps to balance your energy system. It helps and cleanses on the physical as well as the psychological level and provides new energy in harmony between body, mind and spirit. It also helps to cleanse and detoxify the body of waste substances and old, stagnant energy, as well as much more.

How does a Reiki treatment take place?

If it is your first time for healing with me, we start with a short talk about why you are here. It can be for physical or psychological reasons, or it can be that you just enjoy the peace and want to receive healing gifts, such as more peace, balance and energy.

The session then continues on the bench. Here you lie with clothes on and possibly a blanket over you. I recommend that you lie with your eyes closed and possibly a small eye pillow so you can be more relaxed and enjoy the treatment even more.

During the treatment, I gently place my hands in different places on the body on top of the carpet. The individual positions of laying on of hands are usually held for 5 minutes. However, I heal intuitively, so if I feel that you need something different or something extra, I allow myself to change the treatment for your good.

When I heal, it can be felt in the form of a slight tingling, heat or cold, which can be so pleasant that you fall asleep. Some people feel nothing at all, and this can also vary from time to time. It is not important for the effect of the healing whether you feel something or not. The Reiki energy goes where you need it, in other words it is your own system that determines what is healed.

Number of treatments

A single healing session usually cannot stand alone - but it will never hurt to just have a single treatment every now and then. However, I recommend that you preferably plan to receive healing continuously, or a minimum of 4 treatments in a row, over as few days as possible. This helps the energy integrate into your system and help you far better.

Some experience improvement after a single healing session, while others especially experience that several treatments are needed. It depends a lot on your system and what you need help with. But how you organize your course is entirely up to you. Reiki can stand alone as a treatment, but there is no doubt that it certainly supports other forms of treatment as well. So you are welcome to combine Reiki healing with other treatments. It just depends on your own needs and wishes.

After the treatment

Here it is important that you drink a lot of water for the rest of the day, as your system is in the process of being cleansed. I therefore also recommend that it is best not to have any plans after a healing, but that you have some time for yourself and may not have to achieve as much afterwards.

It is very different how it feels after the treatment. Some experience fatigue, others renewed energy.