Reiki originates in Japan. My teaching line comes down through the line of the Master Mikao Usui. During the early 1920s, Usui did a 21-day practice on Mount Kurama called discipline of prayer and fasting, according to translator Hyakuten Inamoto. Common belief dictates that it was during these 21 days that Usui re-developed Reiki.An absent Reiki Healing, is fairly similar to a hands on reiki healing session. However, the most obvious difference is that. I can perform a Reiki Healing, and you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your own bedroom.
The very BEST thing about doing a Reiki Absent Healing, is that there does not need to be any physically touching. Meaning that I can send some healing to anyone from anywhere in the World!
This is where Tristan comes into it. I will be using Tristian as a conduit to perform absent Reiki Healings. What I suggest for a Reiki Absent Healing Session…Now, you don’t have to follow this to the letter. It will help though with your Reiki session. The whole point is so that you can do what you NEED to do, you can continue with your day. Rather than stressing whether or not, you’re doing the “right” thing for a session. (Also it can be another excuse to just getting healthy.)
1. Drink lots of water on the day, or healthy juices and smoothies. Try to cut out coffee and caffeinated and very sugary drinks. 2. Healthy eating. 3. If you book for a specific time, the more you can get time to yourself at that time, to just lay back and relax, the better…But NOT essential.
What I am going to offer you:
Please remember…Reiki is NOT a medical cure, it is there to help your body and spirit become in tuned with each other. Please keep seeing your Doctor, and health professionals. Reiki is there to help, not to cure. You might find your local GP, local Hospital actually encourage their staff to learn how to Reiki, to help patients.
$70.00 for a Full Body Reiki Healing
$45.00 for a Focus Area Absent Reiki Healing
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