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Reiki Decreases Cumulative Stress

Reiki Decreases Cumulative Stress

Frequently, when we think about stressors in our lives, we tend to look at the one “big” thing that is causing us stress. It may be concerns about someone we love getting coronavirus, a potential job loss, or financial worries. Perhaps, the more accurate way to portray stress – and thus, how to approach healing […] Read more

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Is Reiki Really “Too Wussy”?

Is Reiki Really “Too Wussy”?

I have heard several times that Reiki is weak, too subtle, and straight up “too wussy.”. I understood why someone would say that, since I have heard that so often people don’t physically feel Reiki, especially at first. However, my first experience with Reiki felt like a torrent of a waterfall going in, through, and […] Read more

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Why Reiki Is Not Placebo

Why Reiki Is Not Placebo

When we look around at the society with awareness, we realize that our education teaches us what we should be thinking, not how we should be thinking. We are taught to not really question anything. In spiritual parlance, this is a part of what we call conditioning. Now, a part of this conditioning also is […] Read more

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Become A Living Example of Reiki

It is not uncommon for new Reiki practitioners to find resistance among family members and friends about their new venture into energy healing practice. This resistance can take many forms – disbelief; sarcastic remarks; rolling of the eyes; silence, and many more. How each of us responds to these reactions will affect the possibility that […] Read more

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The Life of Chujiro Hayashi

Chujiro Hayashi

Who was this enigmatic man who was instrumental in bringing Reiki to the West? One thing most Reiki students are aware of when it comes to Chujiro Hayashi is that he was instrumental in bringing Reiki to the West through his initiation of Hawayo Takata. Other than that, he is often treated like the invisible […] Read more

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