Energy healing focuses on the life force that flows through all of us; that force that dictates our mood, health, energy, and ability to connect with other beings. This universal life force energy flows all around and in us at all times.
Energy healing is based in ancient eastern health practices and remedies for the things that commonly ail us, and it can be used as a supplement to the prescribed medicine that we know to be tried and true.
Everyday struggles, traumas, illnesses, stress, relationship difficulties can all cause blockages in our internal energy flow. These blockages create dis-ease within the body making us feel unwell, depressed, anxious. Through various modalities of energy healing these blockages can be removed by an energy healer to help return the internal energy flow back to it's intended state and to help a client to feel better.
Energy healing works. Give it a try.
The word chakra literally translates to wheel and is one of seven spinning centers of energy found in our bodies. Our chakras, based on their location, are connected to key endocrine glands and areas of nervous system function throughout the body, much like the Chinese meridians.
The seven Chakras are located in alignment from the top of our head, to the base of our spine and, when functioning in synchronicity, allow for a steady flow of energy throughout the body.
The energy in our chakras must be properly balanced. It doesn’t make sense to have an overabundance of energy in one chakra and a deficiency in another.
Chakras also have the ability to open and close, allowing for the outward and inward flow of energy. Our chakras tend to closed when we experience negativity, sadness and anger. In order to open up chakras the use of breathing techniques, meditation, intention and Chakra Healing sessions to eliminate negativity and open up to the flow of positive energy.
This Japanese technique was developed in the early 20th century by Mikao Usui based on the five principles of Japan’s emperor, Meiji. They are:
Don’t get angry
Be kind to others
The practice of Reiki was developed to help people realize the importance of making an intentional effort to heal and be conscious of their health. This concept of self-improvement and self-discipline, that is a characteristic of Japanese culture, encourages Reiki practitioners to incorporate energy healing into their lives, but to also take an active part in their own healing and that of others.
Reiki is non-invasive and is used holistically to restore balance in mind, body and spirit, often with a specific intention, while promoting the body's regenerative self-healing ability. The Reiki practitioner acts as a conduit and tunes the healing energy to the person it is being sent to and then it flows through the energy currents that exist naturally. Distance is not an obstacle for Reiki in the same way that it isn't for cell phones or the internet. Reiki also has no constraints of time or distance for healing. It will simply go to where it is sent and needed.