Do you find Reiki hard to talk about? Practitioners often struggle to communicate Reiki practice to the (literally) uninitiated, especially the media. Caught up in Reiki enthusiasm, a practitioner can easily wind up looking ungrounded, and the practice a bit out there and, well, unscientific. It may be surprising to learn that scientists also struggle to share their work accurately, often for similar reasons.
Mahatma Gandhi encouraged being the change we want to see in the world. Daily Reiki self-practice is the simplest way I’ve found to engage that transformation. Here’s how you can keep it simple.
Yale researchers found that a 20-minute Reiki treatment offered in the acute cardiac care unit improved patients’ mood and heart rate variability (HRV) less than 3 days after suffering a heart attack.
Public interest in Reiki treatment and practice is rising rapidly, leading many to wonder, What’s the best way to learn to practice Reiki? Here are some points to consider.
What is Reiki? is a question many Reiki practitioners dread. Here’s help.
If you approach Reiki healing as a technique, you feel anxious to do it perfectly. If you approach Reiki healing as a practice, you simply do it.