Reiki, the complementary therapy in which the practitioner clears the energy disruptions in the patient’s body, has gained popularity as a non-invasive and non-pharmacological approach. Even though Reiki is usually known as a hands-on energy healing therapy in which the practitioner places her hands on or just above different body areas, it can also be performed from a distance.
Read this article if you want to know more in detail what Reiki is and what to expect during a hands-on Reiki session.
Distant Reiki can be performed in a few ways. Nonetheless, a connection needs to be established first between the practitioner and the receiver. Commonly, the receiver is asked to provide a recent photo of herself. It helps the practitioner create a bridge of energy and stay connected to the receiver’s energy and focus the healing on her. Typically a distant Reiki session is structured as follows:
1)A brief conversation over the video call or phone, in which the receiver lets the practitioner know about her issues and goals.
2)The receiver is asked to lie on the sofa or bed in a quiet place. Alternatively, she also can sit comfortably if she prefers so. The receiver is also advised to wear loose, nonrestrictive clothing, turn off any phones and close the computer.
3)A brief conversation after the session, so the receiver informs the practitioner about her experience and asks her questions regarding the therapy.
Distant Reiki works because energy is not limited by distance, just like other forms of energy. For example, radio frequency, cell phone frequency, and WiFi are not seen but exist. Reiki is no exception. In the same way that distance is not an obstacle for radios, mobile phones, or World Wide Web, it is not a barrier for Reiki.
Distant Reiki is optimal for those who :
As distant Reiki is as effective as hands-on Reiki (the only difference is that the receiver is not in the presence of her therapist), it can be used for helping patients with everything that hands-on Reiki does.
So, distant Reiki can be used for helping people with cancer, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, and many more.
Yrma Wilson is a certified Reiki master practitioner with more than 31 years of experience who has helped hundreds of people with distant Reiki over her career.
For your distant Reiki therapy, you can either choose a 45 min or 1hr 15 min session.
Rates: 45 min session – $100
1hr 15 min – $ 130
If before undergoing distant Reiki therapy, you would like to discuss your issues with Yrma or ask you questions, a free 15 min consultation session is available for you.
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