Reiki and Re-connection can have a huge impact on human and animal wellness. These and other alternative therapies are now being applied to animals and humans to aid in disease treatment and general wellness. Many veterinarians use Reiki as a support in addition to conventional veterinary medicine.
For Human Therapy....Reiki has tremendous benefits when patient is treated before and after surgery. In the hospital setting Reiki is presented as a technique which reduces stress and promotes relaxation, thereby enhancing the body's natural ability to heal itself." ... It is now being requested from other care areas of the hospital to treat anxiety, chronic pain, cancer and other conditions.
Reiki healing does not involve the administration of any drug, just a gentle physical contact with the animal or person. Animals love Reiki and it will work for them.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is Japanese for Universal Life Force. Reiki exists in and around us. A Reiki healer is able to tap into this limitless energy for the purposes of bringing others back into wholeness and balance.
Reiki Healing Sessions can:
Reduce stress and cause deep relaxation
Increase sense of wellbeing
Reduce depression and anxiety
Increase awareness, creativity
Negative patterns may disappear
Balance your body’s energies
Help with the transition at the end of life, more comfortable, less anxious
Can be sent to a situation
Reconnective Healing connects us to the fullness of the Universe as it reconnects us to the fullness of our being and who we are, not just through a new set of healing frequencies but possibly through an entirely new bandwidth. The existence of these frequencies has clearly demonstrated itself in practice as well as in science laboratories. Reconnective Healing is often a life-changing experience, allowing for the healing of the body, mind, and spirit. These concretely felt energies are initiated by a Reconnective Healing Practitioner at the start of your session, and continue working with you long after your visit has ended. Through your participation in these sessions, you will be forever changed, operating at, and attuned to, a higher frequency than ever before.
But Reconnective Healing doesn’t specifically “treat” anything and a Reconnective Healer does not diagnose. We are a simply the conduit. If in its presence you allow yourself to come back into balance, as many people do, then you do. You just do. At the end of his book Dr. Pearl says, “Some things are difficult to explain; miracles speak for themselves.”
What It Means to be Healed
Healing is a return to balance. It is sometimes equated with a medical cure, but the concept of healing is actually broader than that. “Healing, which may or may not encompass physical cure, is the process of positive, empowering, and progressive reconciliation and transformation in a person’s relationship to his reality, condition, history, and circumstance, inclusive of any diseases. Healing refers to positive change in the impact of disease on a person’s life, feelings, consciousness, decisions, and actions. In healing, a person’s experience of disease, and the effects of disease on the body and mind, change for the better, whether or not physical cure is affected.” (Dr. Beverly Potter and Dan Joy).
Healing can manifest in many different forms, and not just the physical. You might become more peaceful within yourself; you might begin to relate differently to family members or friends, experiencing more love, forgiveness and acceptance; you might find that the disease that has challenged you transforms into restored balance or harmony in your life; your pain may ease and you might feel more joy; or you may simply transition, knowing that God is with you and that your loved ones will be OK.
Every health challenge is a combination of the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional. We simply classify it according to its predominate characteristic.
***Reiki Is not a substitute for medical, or psychological diagnosis, and treatment. I understand that Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions, nor do they prescribe, perform medical treatment, nor prescribe substances, nor interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. It is recommended that you see a licensed physician, veterinarian or licensed health care professional for any physical, or psychological ailment you or your pet may have.