A REIKI treatment consists of
the practitioner placing his or her hands on the client’s body
with the intention to act as a Channeler for the flow of REIKI
energy. This process is quite
simple neither, complicated or ritualistic. The client remains
The energy is quite
smart and as a result can easily recognize those parts of the
body that need the energy the most; and focus there.
The REIKI Practitioner’s role is not to direct energy, but
instead, acts only as a Channeler or Conduit for the REIKI energy flow to the client.
Most people are familiar with the
word “Chi” used in acupuncture and the
martial arts. “Ki” is the Japanese equivalent of “Chi.”
Blockages of our “Ki” can have a negative effect in many ways.
The treatment involves
a Series of defined hand positions. These positions are
adequately spaced throughout the client’s entire body. By
addressing all parts of the body proportionally,
the client receives the maximum treatment and benefits.
energy usually goes where it is most needed, however mostly
stays closer to where the practitioner’s hands are being placed. There are also several Optional hand positions that can be
utilized as needed.
All hand positions are used for the
Front of the body which
covers from Head to the Soles of the feet.
A matching set of hand positions
are also used on the Back of the client’s body.
Each set of
hand positions, represent specific internal organs and symptoms
in the body, which become very relevant when treating a specific