What’s the ideal length for a Reiki treatment?
Simple answer: as long as is needed.
But how frequently is that an option?
More often we’re looking at how much time we have. Reiki professionals need to finish before the next client arrives — and we’ve given enough treatments to know how far apart to schedule — but even sharing treatment with a friend can have scheduling constraints.
My totally unscientific poll of practitioners indicates that full treatments are generally forty-five to seventy-five minutes long. Treatments by staff to hospital in-patients are usually shorter.
Rather than looking for the ideal, consider what is a good fit for the situation at hand (pardon the pun). Do what you can and go on with your day.
And remember Mrs. Takata frequently said a little Reiki treatment is better than no Reiki treatment.
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