It can be easy to forget about practicing Reiki on a regular basis if none of your friends shares interest. After all, there are many people who are skeptical about it, so it can be quite discouraging if none of your friends believe in the healing powers of Reiki.
Many people start to learn about it but stop practicing the techniques they learned after a couple months because no one is there to encourage them to continue. If you want to learn the best techniques that will facilitate the healing process of practically any disease or ailment you will need to practice regularly.
The best way to remain faithful to Reiki is to socialize with people who are interested in practicing it. In fact, there are many benefits to experiencing it as a group. You can find Reiki groups in almost any country and if there are none near your city you could consider starting your own group.
Experiencing Reiki as a group is a very eye-opening experience. Of course, you need to make sure that the session is not disturbed. It is a good idea that each member of your group removes his or her phones from the room before you start the session. Experiencing Reiki in a group will not only help provide additional healing energy for the person being treated but it will also help support members who feel like giving up.
In other words, if you are a part of a group the other members will encourage and motivate you to continue practicing. If you practice Reiki on your own it is easier to give up because no one is there to encourage you. It will take some time to get used to performing Reiki in a group but once you learn the basic techniques involved you will be able to benefit from the combined healing power of everyone present.
Some people say that the ideal number of people for a group would be 6, while others have found other numbers work well too. It’s a good idea, but not mandatory, that the number of people in the room is even as to allow members to pair up, depending on what type of group treatment you are attempting. We’ll present three types of Reiki techniques that can be performed in a group.
The first technique focuses on one person. The person who is being treated lies on his back with his arms at each side of his body. The leader of the group will focus healing energy on the head of the patient and the rest of the group will position their hands directly over a body part.
The second technique is called the Reiki circle. The circle allows every member to receive and transmit healing energy at the same time. In order to perform the circle everyone should place each hand on a different person’s shoulder or waist until the circle is closed.
The third technique is called the “Sandwich” and it is best for groups of no more than 3 people. To perform the “Sandwich” a member sits on a chair and the two other members focus their healing energy on each side of the person in the chair.
As you can see, there are many different ways that you can benefit from practicing Reiki with a group of people. The flow of healing energy will be much more intense and you will be able to interact with people who share similar beliefs. Additionally, you will have a group of people who will support you and help remind you to practice on a regular basis. Whenever you are sick or suffering from an injury you will always have a group of friends to help heal you.