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What Is Reiki

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What REIKI is
Reiki is a form of complementary natural healing, which enhances the body's ability to heal itself by tapping into the Universal Life Force Energy.

Reiki Sessions
During a Reiki session, the client lies down or is seated fully clothed. The practitioner next places her hands on or above the body and allow the REIKI to radiate from the hands.

Reiki Benefits
Reiki can help to greatly reduce alleviate chronic pain and stress which is a leading cause of disease and illnesses. In addition, the American Cancer Society states that Reiki can help alleviate the side effects of cancer patients undergoing cancer treatments. Reiki can help relieve addictions and ease the physical withdrawals felt from chemical dependencies. There are also studies underway to test the affect of Reiki on autism patients and other similar disorders.

Reiki Helps to Achieve Complete Wellness
More and more people are seeking complementary, alternative healing methods to achieve complete wellness. Some medical practices only treat the symptoms and never fully address the initial cause of the problem or fail to look beyond the physical to address the mental or emotional state of the patient. Reiki can help you achieve complete wellness by addressing the physical, mental and emotional issues that can be holding you back from achieving perfect health of mind, body and spirit.

Reiki is Growing
According to the 2007 National Institute of Health Survey more than 1.2 million U.S. adults and over 160,000 children have tried alternative energy healing. The International Center for Reiki Training estimates that there are over 4,000,000 people that have been initiated into Reiki with well over 1,000,000 Reiki Masters worldwide.

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