What is Reiki used for
Reiki is an ancient healing practice that fosters tranquility and lowers worry. Reiki practitioners give energy to your body using their hands, increasing the flow and balance of your energy to help to heal.
Mikao Usui created Reiki in the early 1900s, combining the Japanese terms rei, which means “universal,” and ki, which alludes to the essential life force energy that circulates through all life forms. Reiki is being utilized to supplement other types of health care all around the world, including in hospitals and treatment centers.
HOW REIKI WORKS and its BENEFITS?
There are three levels of Reiki practitioners: first-level practitioners work on themselves or others through light touch, second-level practitioners work with distance healing, and master-level practitioners can initiate others into the system.
What is the Reiki practice like? The honest answer is that it is still not understood how it works.
Theoretically, it has been suggested that every living being is surrounded by an electromagnetic field known as the biofield. This theory says touch therapies such as Reiki may produce positive effects due to the interaction between two human magnetic fields. In the biofield, the force that governs bodily functions is believed to exist, and Reiki energy influences the biofield. Experts claim that the biofield alters physiological and psychological functions in living beings by causing dynamic changes in their vibrational qualities.
Reiki is said to help with relaxation, the body’s natural defense mechanisms, and the development of emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. However, no research has definitively demonstrated that. It may produce profound relaxation, assist people in coping with challenges, ease emotional tension, and enhance general well-being.
Reiki is not limited to any one ailment or circumstance, yet it may benefit the people with:
Parkinson’s disease (PD).
Reiki can also help you manage surgeries, which may aid in your healing.