Should you consider bursitis Reiki treatment?
"When the mind is calm, the body can heal."
Reiki (ray-key) is an ancient healing method 'discovered' about 3,000 ago by Mikao Usui, a japanese monk and a doctor.
In Japanese, Rei means 'spirit' and Ki means 'life force' (known Chi / Qi in China and Prana in India) - the non-physical energy that is flowing through all living things and makes us alive.
Reiki focuses on the main energy centers in and around your body - chakras, meridians, aura,...
It is believed that if flow of energy is blocked, disrupted or exhausted, your body and/or mind can become ill as a result.
The idea is that the flow of 'universal life energy' between the Reiki practitioner and the receiver of this treatment helps to free up energy pathways through chakras in order for you to be healthy - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Reiki is an alternative 'energetic' medicine and can definitely alleviate and mediate your bursitis and tendonitis aches.
After a Reiki session, you can expect to have:
And why does it matter? Because:
During a Reiki treatment, you sit or lie down, fully clothed, while the practitioner places hands gently in a series of positions on / over the body to reconnect you to 'universal energy', and soft music is playing in the background. (Hmmm, sounds lovely and relaxing...)
Typically, Reiki is performed through light touch of hands. However, advanced practitioners can carry out Reiki healing 'no-touch', either by holding their hands just above the surface of your body or even do a distance healing through visualization.
This makes Reiki a fantastic alternative healing treatment when your bursitis and tendonitis flare up is at its highest and the last thing you want is someone touching you.
The whole body is treated during a session, not just the affected area.
Throughout your Reiki session you may feel:
Your healer cannot promise you any specific results, because everyone is unique in how they respond to Reiki healing. But one promise can be made for sure - every person that experiences Reiki, receives healing benefits.
A treatment usually lasts about 1 hour. Typically, Reiki treatment is the most effective with three initial sessions as close together as possible - ideally within a week - and then 2-4 times a month, depening on seriousness of your burisit and / or other conditions. The choice is yours.
Reiki is a gentle energy treatment and works well with other alternative and conventional medical therapies.
There are no contraindications associated with Reiki, and anyone may benefit from having a treatment.
You might be thinking:
And here are just a few of the reasons why thousands and thousands of satisfied patients, dedicated doctors, therapists and healers love it:
Yet, pain is very real...and hurts...and can literally ruin your life.
And so why do we really insist on the cure, such as Reiki, to be able to pass the current conventional research tests to prove its ability to heal us...and save our lives?
When your head hurts, what do you do? Chances are you will hold it in your hands, right? What do you do if you fall on your knee? You will place your hands on it, right? Sounds familiar? Reminds you of Reiki, perhaps?
The best way to understand Reiki is to experience it. Enjoy! And I know it will help. Let me know how bursitis Reiki treatments work for you.