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What Is Reiki

Reiki is a Japanese healing technique that aims to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and support the body's natural healing abilities. The word "Reiki" is derived from the Japanese words "rei" meaning universal, and "ki" meaning life energy or vital energy.

The practice of Reiki involves a practitioner placing their hands on or near a client's body, with the intention of channeling energy to promote healing. The client remains fully clothed during the session, and the practitioner uses a series of hand positions to direct the energy to different areas of the body.

Reiki is based on the belief that there is a life force energy that flows through all living things, and that disruptions or imbalances in this energy can cause physical or emotional illness. By channeling and directing this energy, Reiki practitioners aim to help restore balance and promote healing.

Reiki should not be used as a substitute for professional medical or mental health treatment. It is important to consult with a licensed healthcare provider for any medical or mental health concerns.

Reiki is a complementary healing practice that works with the body's natural energy to promote relaxation, balance, and well-being. It is not intended to diagnose or cure any medical conditions, and it should not be used in place of traditional medical treatment. It is also important to note that while many people have reported positive results from Reiki, there is no scientific evidence to support its effectiveness.

It is important to work with a qualified Reiki practitioner who has received proper training and certification.

If you are interested in trying Reiki, I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about the practice and help you determine if it is right for you.

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Nicole Marques

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