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Reiki: Clinical Therapy with Holistic Healing

Reiki is a renowned alternative treatment used independently or with other healing forms. This system uses ‘Universal Life Force Energy’ for healing and gives an enlightened path for the people who choose this form of energy for healing soul. Reiki is an effective form of therapy giving energy balancing techniques and relaxation to body. It is used for treating a person physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.

It is a matter of truth that there are about one hundred and fifty Reiki types in existence, which have originated with Japanese and western beliefs. Mikao Usui is the founder of Japanese Reiki, which is a root for other types of Reiki. The reality is that there are so many Reiki types available that it becomes tough for students to know that what they are getting as knowledge, when they get Reiki treatment from a teacher or practitioner.

Reiki is also considered as a passive therapy for many practitioners and they feel that there is not much input required to begin the healing process to get better. There is channelization of energy passively to the recipient and the energy, which means that it requires its personalized path without any specific direction or focusing from the end of practitioner. This holistic healing will have positive clinical effects and enables practitioner to choose the correct treatment given to right person. Reiki healing methods work on a person irrespective of the kind of Reiki used. The body heals by natural or spiritual process and the immune system of patient becomes better. Reiki treatment integrates with clinical environment to get best treatments.


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The energy is considered to be intelligent and will treat the client always for the highest good, rather than the practitioner choosing what or what not to treat. Regardless of the type of Reiki practiced the passive healing method is most commonly used. This form of healing does not address specific conditions or illnesses but rather relies on allowing the body to heal itself. This method of working with Reiki is very difficult to integrate into a clinical environment as practitioners do not treat conditions or necessarily offer any improvements in the client’s health.

Mikao Usui worked on different ways to represent the use of Reiki clinically. He worked on different conditions and stated various results in his handbook Usui Reiki Hikkei. Reiki is active treatment and heals majority of body parts. The experiences of people depict that Reiki can be utilized clinically to support the tasks of doctors and nurses. Reiki can offer rapid recovery and can be utilized as complement treatment to drugs. You don’t have to drop off your routine medications for getting Reiki treatment, but it can be used side by side to lessen pain and side-effects of other forms of medication. Reiki is progressing as a complementary therapy in many healthcare institutes and the impact of this treatment is marvelous with other forms of medication.

Some practitioners don’t make use of Reiki by considering it as waste of time and energy. There are still doubts about the treatment to some people, but if it doesn’t give any positive impacts, it won’t leave any negativity into a person. A doctor can’t prescribe Reiki directly as they are unsure about the resultants of this therapy on the body of a patient. There is no unified form of treatment in Reiki and hence, there will be different practices and methodologies used for treating the diseases and obtaining required results.

There are highest measures for protection and professional association used by Reiki practitioners to maintain safety of their clients. There is presently no standard education for Reiki and every school provides their own ways of teaching Reiki concepts to students. There are professional courses available for Reiki believers, but they can be included in Government sector healthcare institutes only if a particular educational system for this alternative therapy is adopted.

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