WHAT IS REIKI?

Reiki is a natural healing modality that is thought to have originated in Tibet.  Then found its way into Japan around the 1800’s.  Reiki was originally passed down by tradition and never documented.  The teachings were thought to be lost until the Reiki healing techniques were re-discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Buddhist, who then developed the Usui System of Natural Healing.

Reiki originates from Japanese words.  Reiki is pronounced ray-key.  Reiki is made up of two words, Rei means “universal,” and Ki means “life energy”.  So Reiki translates to mean Universal Life Energy.  So in reality all things consist of Reiki, since all things are made of energy.

This energy flows through us to all our energy centers and pathways (i.e. chakras and meridians) to ensure that we are balanced and healthy. When our Reiki flow is disrupted imbalance can occur, which if not corrected, illness can resonate (mental, physical, emotional or spiritual) where it occurs. 

Reiki promotes deep relaxation and releases blockages within our physical, mental, and emotional bodies. Release of tension and blockages then allows the natural flow of energy through the body, releasing toxins and waste products as the blockages leave.  Once the blockages are removed, our bodies have the ability to receive, hold and store more positive energy.

HOW CAN REIKI HEAL?

  • Reiki is for animals that are healthy!  Reiki helps maintain their health and enhancing relaxation to provide a sense of balance & peace that maintains a healthy flow of energy within. 
  • Reiki is a complimentary healing method for ill /injured animals.  Reiki is used in conjunction with Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine, homeopathy and all other forms of healing.  An animal can be treated for a specific known resonating illness or treated for overall health wellness.  
  • Reiki is for animals nearing transition.  Reiki is a powerful yet gentle way to provide comfort, relief from pain, fear and anxiety to help ease the transition to death.

"Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures 

and the whole of nature and its beauty." - Albert Einstein