Ask Reiki Rays Podcast #39: How Long Does It Take for a Wish to Be Granted Using the Practice of a Reiki Box?

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Reiki Box Wish

Another answer to the same question by Angie Webster is here.

Ask your own question here, and find the transcript for this podcast below.

Question by Chetan:

Hello,

My name is Chetan. I have got Level 1 and Level 2 in Reiki.

Yesterday I started the practice of Reiki box, and I’m giving 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening to the Reiki box for healing. I want to know how long it will take for my wish to be granted.

Thank you.

Answer by Deborah Lloyd:

This is Deborah Lloyd, answering the question of Chetan, who asked how long it will take for his wish to be granted, with daily use of Reiki.

There is no certain answer for this question. Using Reiki does not guarantee that every wish of ours will be fulfilled. However, what is certain is that Reiki brings energy healing into our lives every time we connect with the Universal Life Force Energy.

This reminds me of an old adage from my childhood: Every prayer is answered, maybe not the way you asked, because God knows what is best for you. Reiki is very similar – Reiki will flow to the root of our problems, whether it is a mind, body or spiritual issue. Sometimes, our wishes do not happen because there are old, emotional blockages preventing a result. Or, that area has not yet been fully healed.

Or, the Universe may know, in its wisdom, that you are not ready for your wish. We may have a lesson to be learned yet, or need a scenario to continue, for the benefit of another. Sometimes, our needed lesson is patience, or stronger determination, and more time is needed.

Also, when wishes involve other people, remember they also have choices to make in their lives. Your wish may, or may not, be part of what their spirit needs presently.

As you can see, there are many possibilities as to why wishes may not occur according to our timeline. All of us can ask for Reiki guidance in every area of our lives.

Many blessings to you, Chetan.

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