Reiki is a spiritual healing practice that helps your system balance itself. Balance is always a good thing, because your body can only self-heal when your nervous system is balanced.
By encouraging your system toward balance, Reiki practice can help you in any situation.
Balance means different things at different times. If you are tired, you’ll feel refreshed. If you are anxious, you’ll feel serene. If you are distressed, you’ll feel comforted.
Instead of feeling overwhelmed, you’ll discover a renewed clarity and purpose. And these subjective changes come with physical changes associated with deep relaxation, such as a slower heart rate and easier breathing.
The first session usually brings improvement, and the benefits grow with repeated sessions.When you receive Reiki healing, you’ll lie fully clothed on a treatment table while the Reiki practitioner places hands lightly on or just above your head and torso.
Do you have a health — or wellness— problem you’re trying to solve?
It could be anything from staying as healthy and happy as you are now to the most debilitating disease. Maybe you suffer from chronic pain or anxiety or fatigue.
Reiki practice can help in a wide range of situations because it doesn’t treat the symptom or condition directly; rather, Reiki practice helps restore balance so you feel better and your system can shift gears from coping to profound self-healing.
Patients typically report improvement during their first Reiki treatment, although more sessions may be needed to stabilize and strengthen that benefit.
Reiki can help them to cope better with a wide range of health conditions, including:
- Heart disease
- Chronic pain
- Neurodegenerative disorders
- Crohn’s Disease
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Emotional illness
- Fatigue syndrome
How does Reiki achieve that?
It creates relaxation and helps with pain management. For other people, it reduces anxiety and depression or helps with sleep and even supports digestion. Other ways:
- Enhanced well-being
- Stronger self-esteem
- Accelerated surgical recovery or as a preparation before surgery
- Reduced side effects from radiation, chemotherapy, and Rx meds
- Greater self-awareness
We can start optimizing your health and well-being now.
To your health,
Dana Neacsu, MD