6 Benefits of Reiki

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We all struggle with stress. I spent the last nine years of my life trying to figure out how to handle and manage my stress. Do you wonder how it is that some people are able to cope with stress despite a worse situation and circumstance while others can’t? How do people come out centered and happy with so many stress factors around them?

This is something I had to figure out. My challenge became how do I stay relaxed and centered during stress so that I can think clearly and make the best decisions for myself? My answer is daily Reiki.

Reiki is a form of energy healing that is deeply relaxing and promotes the healing of the mind, body, and spirit. Reiki works on the basis that everything in the world is made up of energy or ki. Reiki increase your life energy or ki so that you are more susceptible to health, happiness, and joy. This is important because when your life energy is low, you are more susceptible to disease, depression, and sadness.

The everyday ups and downs of life affect your energy field. When you feel an emotion that is uncomfortable like anger, sadness, or frustration that is an indicator that your life energy is low and you are in need of recharging your energy. Your feelings are your guidance system on the level of ki, or life energy in your body. When you feel happy, joyful, or peaceful that means that your life energy is high. When you feel sad, angry, or frustrated that means that you life energy is low. During times, when your life energy is low, you need a way to increase your life energy to be able to stay relaxed and center no matter what stress factors are pressing in. Here are 6 benefits of getting Reiki:

  1. Relaxation

  2. Stress Reduction

  3. Promotes body’s ability to heal

  4. Enhances pathway to happiness

  5. Balances your energy

  6. Heals problems at their root

Consider getting a weekly Reiki session or becoming a Reiki practitioner to be able to increase your life energy and become a magnet for health, happiness, and joy!

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