Reiki The Japanese Art of Healing Practicing Reiki with Others
This is Eileen Dey on behalf of Expert Villageand this segment is working with others on Reiki. It's very important to have the personyou're working on give you permission to give Reiki. You can't force Reiki. So whether youask out loud or you askyour mind's eye, they give themselves permission to receive.And as a Reiki practitioner then we just gently rest our hands on the body or off the bodyand as a practitioner, again, it's important to get out of the way to let the energy flow.And as we hold the space for the energy to flow we may sense different phenomena, therecipient might sense different energy. We just hold one to three minutes is generallyprescribed for each hand position. And at
that time a practitioner moves about againeither on the body or off the body, with respective boundaries. Giving Reikia chair is probablyone of the most common forms of a treatment but Reiki is also able to be given massagetable, while a person is standing or resting. There's no time limit for treatment, it canbe five minutes it can be an hour. And what's wonderful is that as a practitioner you walkaway from a treatment feeling energized yourself because you yourself are a channel, receivingthe energy first, and then the recipient receives so it's win, win for both of you. If an individualhas a trouble area like a headache you can apply your hands directly to that position.But also remember that Reiki goes exactly
where it's needed. And at the end the individualneeds to be grounded and their energy field smoothed out and so both practitioner anecipient come back to center. And watch our next segment on ethical guidelines.