During a typical Reiki session, the recipient lies down on a massage table or sits comfortably in a chair, fully clothed. The practitioner then places their hands lightly on or near the recipient's body, in a series of hand positions that are intended to channel energy to different areas of the body.
The recipient may feel warmth, tingling, or other sensations as the energy is being channeled. Some people may feel deeply relaxed or even fall asleep during a session. The practitioner may also use various techniques such as visualization, meditation, or chanting to enhance the experience.
A Reiki session typically lasts 30, 60 or 90 minutes, although the duration can vary depending on the practitioner and the needs of the individual receiving the treatment. The number of sessions recommended may also vary depending on the individual's needs and goals.
It's important to note that Reiki is a complementary therapy and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care. If you have any medical concerns, it's important to consult with a healthcare provider.
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