Giving A Complete Reiki Treatment
Sometimes it helps to have a check-list or some reminders handy when you are getting ready to give a complete Reiki treatment. This is especially helpful when you are first starting out.
Most of the time I do Reiki on the fly, and all of the rules fly out the window… but sometimes it’s good to remember the little details of how to provide a great healing experience for your client.
Daily practices for being centered and clear:
Preparing the space:
- Make sure the Reiki area is clean and free of clutter.
- Burn incense, sage, or diffuse appropriate essential oils.
- Put on music that is soothing and healing.
- Light candles if that feels appropriate.
Spend a few minutes with the client:
- Spend a few minutes talking with the person to gain rapport and to establish the intent of the session.
- If this is the first session with this person, explain the Reiki process and hand positions.
- Answer any questions the person may have.
- You might also have the client read and fill out a client information form.
Before you start:
- Wash your hands and rinse out your mouth.
- Make sure the client and you are both comfortable.
- Especially make sure that you can sit (or stand) in a comfortable position with arms and hands relaxed while giving the treatment.
- Ask the client to close his or her eyes and meditate on being thankful for, and open to, all the healing energies that are coming.
- Sit quietly with your hands on your legs doing Reiki on yourself for a few moments.
- Find a feeling of love and peace, and allow it to grow within yourself.
- Enfold your client in this feeling of love, gentleness and compassion.
- Say a prayer asking your High Self, God, Angels, and all the healing forces of the Universe to work with you and your client to protect the process and create the most powerful healing possible.
- If you choose, you can use any or all of the techniques to increase the power of Reiki. (See them here).
- Reiji-Ho (intuitive guidance)
- Chiryo (put Reiki where it is needed)
- Or you can do a standard treatment with all the hand positions.
- And/or you can use other techniques as guided.
- Such as Gedoku-Ho (the detoxification technique).
The auric field first and then the physical body.
- Smooth the aura.
- Seal the energy.
- Cut the connection.
- Help the person to sit up.
- Bring them a glass of water that has been charged with Reiki.
- Encourage the client to drink plenty of water for the next few days.
- Also suggest a warm bath with 2 cups of Epsom Salts.
- If the person is really spaced out, have them go outside and get grounded.
After the session:
- Say a short prayer of thanks.
- Sit quietly doing Reiki on yourself.
- Rinse your hands, face, and mouth with cold water.
Food for thought:
Techniques are fingers pointing to the moon. They are tools and not to be confused with the “real thing.” YOU are the real thing. YOU are the moon and not the finger pointing to it. Beyond thoughts and emotions, body and soul, good and bad, health and disease, Reiki energy, all your concepts, your dreams and aspirations, you are it!
Always ask yourself who is doing the experiencing. At the end of the day, the only question that remains is, “Who Am I, Who Am I, Who Am I?” When that question is answered, all suffering comes to an end.
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