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A Simple Reiki Food Ritual

Article by Stephen Parato

Reiki can be useful in so many ways, one of which is energizing the food we eat.

You know the old expression about food being “cooked with love” right? Well, there’s a lot of truth to it. Everything picks up the vibrational frequency we give it, for better or worse. So we might as well leverage that, right?

Here’s what I do to make the most out of the nutrients I ingest. ..

A Simple Reiki Food Ritual

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My ritual before every meal:

I pause for a moment of silence, hold my hands over the food (palms down) and say the following:

Reiki, reiki, reiki
Cho ku rei, cho ku rei, cho ku rei
Power food
Thank you
Infinite gratitude

Note: You can say the incantation either aloud or to yourself. It can be as discrete or as vivacious as you want.

So with that little Reiki affirmation, I activate the power symbol (to maximize the energetic quality) and show gratitude for the food. Simple and effective.

Along with infusing the food with Reiki energy, there are some indirect benefits to this ritual as well. Pausing before meals and activating Reiki creates mindfulness and presence, allowing you to be in a relaxed, meditative state during your meal. This not only helps with digestion, but heightens your senses and makes eating a joyous experience.

Try this ritual out and see if it resonates with you.

One love.

– Stevie P

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Stephen Parato
Stephen Parato

Stephen Parato (aka Stevie P) is your friendly, neighborhood Earth traveler. A Reiki Master, anxiety annihilator, holistic health & wellness advisor, unorthodox yogi, explorer of consciousness, philosopher, author, poet and positivity connoisseur. Stevie takes a deep dive into the topic of release and the many methods of release in his new online course Primal Release. Stevie P’s home base is Portland, Oregon and you can find him online on his blog Feelin’ Good, Feelin’ Great. Website link: http://www.feelingoodfeelingreat.com/. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FeelinGoodFeelinGreat.

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