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Expectations in Reiki

Expectations in Reiki

Article by Samantha Goddard  One of my opening questions to students who are taking a Reiki class is; “Do you have any expectations for this class?” I usually follow this by explaining that I feel it is a good idea to meet expectations at this stage of the day, but then emphasise a very strong […] Read more

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The First Reiki Treatment

The First Reiki Treatment

When you receive a patient for the first time (remember that there is no second opportunity to the first encounter), it is important to follow some steps in order to avoid some situations that could turn into a problem or lead the patient to lose his confidence in your capabilities. Although with a Level II […] Read more

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When Emotions Are Stirred Up

When Emotions Are Stirred Up

A few months ago, a Reiki client came in for her second session. She told me she had almost canceled the session, as she had an upset stomach for several hours after the first one. We discussed the reasons this may have occurred. She reported when she thinks about her job, she often gets an […] Read more

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The Different Types of Healing Crisis

When we have accumulated a lot of energy blockages and begin to work with a form of healing, they can release very rapidly. As the system rebalances itself, it must let go of these old energies that have become toxic. Sometimes this rapid release of toxins and energy blockages can feel uncomfortable or even somewhat […] Read more

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Children, Death and Reiki

Children, Death and Reiki

In my job as a hospice social worker, one of the most difficult situations I face is the death of a young parent, with young children. Frequently, the adults worry about how much information to give children and how to deal with their emotional reactions. They often want to “protect” the children from feeling sad. […] Read more

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