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Return to Wholeness

"Reiki is love. Love is wholeness. Wholeness is balance. Balance is freedom from dis-ease."

- Mikao Usui

Reiki has existed since the beginning of "time," but emerged in the 1800s with the help of Mikao Usui in Japan, who refined and set the groundwork for the practice. In 2014, William Lee Rand received information about a new energy, Holy Fire Reiki. He then laid the groundwork for this upgrade of energy. It is more refined, gentle, and powerful. Holy Fire heals spontaneously, and works on a continuous level, even when the client is not thinking about it. Holy Fire helps to heal relationship issues, religious trauma, worry, and replaces these troubles with a sense of safety and clarity.

Reiki is a hands-on healing modality that activates the person's natural ability to heal on all levels. Aside from promoting healing, Reiki is used for stress reduction and induces deep relaxation on a continuous level.

Reiki is considered to be one of the many different kinds of energy medicine modalities, as it is spiritually-guided life force energy. This practice aids in stagnancy in the subtle and physical body, as well as balancing overactive energy. Reiki encourages one's energy to flow in a healthier and steadier manner. Clients claim to feel relaxed and renewed after each session. This modality promotes healing on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels.

During a Reiki session, the client lies down fully clothed on a massage table. Crystals may be used on or above the body to enhance healing for the client. The practitioner may place their hands on or above the body, and the client has full discretion on whether or not they are comfortable with hands on their body. The practitioner will intuitively use different hand placements around different areas on or above the body, while acting as a channel for the Reiki to flow through, and then into the client. The client may or may not fall asleep during a reiki session--however, there is no "right or wrong" way to receive this healing energy. Clients may report feeling certain sensations in the body, such as hot, cold, tingling, ticking, or light pressure sensations. Once the session is completed, the practitioner will share what was observed during the session, and the client will also have the option to share what might have come up for them.

Most of the time, a client is not "completely healed" in one session. The practitioner may recommend a certain frequency of sessions. However, usually a client knows when they are ready to receive additional healing, and may reach out whenever they feel they should schedule another session.

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