One of the key differences between reiki and other forms of therapy is that reiki considers the whole person; mind, body, and spirit, regardless of the purpose for attending the session.
Throughout my reiki sessions, there is a key focus on the area where you specifically need healing, while also ensuring you leave feeling deeply relaxed, relieved of stress, and with an increased feeling of wellness in your entire being.
Each reiki session is centered around a person’s specific needs and pain points.
During my reiki sessions, I work on the individual’s pain as well as incorporating full body energy healing, with a key focus on the main energy centres throughout the body, otherwise known as the main chakras in the body.
For some, it may be a mental or physical related illness, or perhaps a person’s energy is feeling off and they are unsure why, and for others, they attend the session for the purpose of deep relaxation.
Why getting reiki differs from other forms of therapy is discussed below and how it considers the whole person, focusing on mind, body, and spirit, whether the purpose for attending is physical or mental related.
Mental related illness
For those who attend a reiki session for the purpose of depression, anxiety or perhaps their energy is feeling off, there is a focus on both mind and full body energy healing throughout the session.
I incorporate mental & emotional healing as well as full body reiki healing.
Not only do we work on your specific pain point, but I also advise of any other potential energy blockages in the body that could potentially be influencing your mental state that you may not be aware of.
This helps to bring potential energy blockages from your unconscious to your conscious awareness. In doing so, you now become aware of where energy may have been blocked and this creates a space for your own healing to occur.
Here you can see why getting reiki might differ from other forms of therapy when it comes to dealing with anxiety or depression as this form of therapy focuses on treating the mind and body and in doing so, creates a space to open, where not only can we delve into what is happening in your life right now, but also helps in identifying any potential blockages you may not be aware of.
The session creates a safe space for you to know that you are not alone in what you are dealing with.
The relaxation and increased feeling of well-being that is experienced from a reiki is extremely beneficial for those who attend for the purpose of mental-related illnesses.
Physical related illness
For those who attend the reiki session for the purpose of physical pain, I work on treating this specific area. Not only is the pain point treated but full body energy healing is also incorporated into the session. Why getting reiki differs from other forms of therapy in this case, is that your physical pain is treated while also receiving full body energy healing at the same time. The healing that comes from a reiki session leaves you feeling deeply relaxed and with a feeling of increased well-being, while also treating your pain.
A crucial factor for many in their treatment for pain relief and why getting reiki differs from other forms of therapy is that it offers pain relief without any physical discomfort being a non-touch form of healing.
As mentioned, throughout the session there is also a key focus on the main energy centres in the body throughout the session, otherwise known as the main chakras. There are seven main chakras in the body which are the root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye and crown chakras, starting from the feet to the top of the head.
After the session, I will advise you what I felt, not only on your specific pain point but also what I felt in your main energy centres and where energy might be potentially blocked for you.
In other words, not only is your pain treated, but also your full body, leaving you feeling deeply relaxed and with an increased feeling of well-being.
Here you can see why having a reiki treatment differs from other forms of therapy for pain relief as it considers the whole person, working on the body, mind, and spirit throughout all sessions no matter what your reason for attending the session is.