Article by Eve Sengkeo
Teaching a Reiki workshop in the near future? Trying to figure out the best way to conduct Reiki attunements for your students?
There are various ways to conduct Reiki attunements in a workshop setting. Having been to a number of energy healing trainings over the years, including Reiki weekend long workshops, I’ve been able to observe different ways of conducting attunements. Here are a few tips to help ensure a smooth process.
Setting the Scene
In preparation for the attunement, setting the scene is helpful in terms of creating a relaxing atmosphere.
- You may wish to play meditation music in the background or light candles to set the scene.
- Some Reiki Masters use lavender essential oils to help with relaxation or sage essential oils to help with grounding.
- Prepare a chair for the students to sit down during the attunement. For privacy, you may wish to have the chair in a different room to conduct the attunement individually.
- If you are attuning more than one student at a time, you may want to position the chairs in a circle. This helps to ensure you have enough room to move behind, around and in front of each student.
Once the attunements for all students are complete, it is beneficial to share and discuss the experiences of each student with the group if they are open to doing so. You can do this formally during the workshop or during a smaller break out session.
Remember, there are multiple ways to conduct a success attunement. All methods are effective as long as the recipient is open and willing to receive the attunement. In addition, your intention as the Reiki master ought to be clear in that you desire to pass on the gift of Reiki to the students.
Love and Light!
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Eve Sengkeo loves helping others achieve mind, body and spiritual wellness. As a Reiki Master, she inspires people through writing about her setbacks, comebacks, and all the lessons learned in between.