BENEFITS OF REIKI


Reiki helps to restore and strengthen each person’s life force.  No matter what the individual’s needs are, Reiki will support his or her stability and well-being.  Reiki is all-embracing.  It involves your body, mind and soul, and then attempts to set all these aspects of your being into a harmonious balance.

Reiki promotes from within qualities of loving, caring, growing compassion, trusting, self-actualizing, goodwill, peace and serenity.   It is an intelligent energy which goes to the greatest need.

THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF REIKI ARE:


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  • helps aid in sleep
  • reduces blood pressure
  • relaxes and reduces stress
  • strengthens life force energy
  • promotes natural self-healing
  • complements other conventional health practices
  • help treat symptoms and causes of illnesses
  • enhances personal awareness and meditative states
  • helps to relieve the suffering of chronic pain
  • balances the energies of the body
  • clears toxins
  • heals holistically
  • strengthens the immune systems

* Reiki uses your own body’s energy to heal, therefore, it is up to you to have the desire to be healed and be open to receive the life force energy.

10 Responses to BENEFITS OF REIKI

  1. Olga Piece says:

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  2. A very interesting blog post. What would you say was the most common problem?

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  3. Isobel Jones says:

    A very interesting blog post. What would you say was the most common problem?

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  4. What an excellent blog, I’ve added your feed to my RSS reader. 🙂

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  5. Could you recommend any specific resources, books, or other blogs on this topic?

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  6. Isobel Jones says:

    What an excellent blog, I’ve added your feed to my RSS reader. 🙂

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  7. Carol Dent says:

    Great blog. Do you know of any relevant forums or discussion groups?

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  8. Isobel Jones says:

    Great blog. Do you know of any relevant forums or discussion groups?

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