Reiki Treatments with Julie last approximately 1 hour and cost 35bd
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can benefit from.
Reiki is a technique for stress reduction, relaxation, and healing that allows everyone to tap into an unlimited supply of “universal life force energy” to improve health and enhance the quality of life.
Reiki is born out of a transformation.
We are not in the business of curing a headache or two, but in the business of finding our true essence and helping our friends to do the same
The knowledge that an unseen energy flows through all living things and is connected directly to the quality of health, has been part of the ancient wisdom of many cultures.
The existence of this “life force energy” has been verified by recent scientific experiments, and many medical doctors are considering the role it plays in the functioning of the immune system and the healing process.
Responsible for introducing the holistic healing system that is known as Reiki
A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through you and surrounds you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit and creates many beneficial effects including relaxation and feelings of peace, security and well-being. Many have reported miraculous results. A treatment is giving fully clothed, and Reiki can never harm.
Once Reiki is introduced into your life, wonderful changes happen on all levels. Anyone can learn and is able to practice Reiki Healing. Reiki practitcioners live by 5 principals, which enhance everyone’s life.
Reiki is a Japanese healing art. Reiki is taught in several different styles, but the energy of Reiki is the same no matter which school you have learnt. I have practiced Reiki since 1993,it helped me after I had been ill several years and just couldnt seem to get well. I have been teaching it since 1998. I at first was intiatiated into the Western Style of Reiki, and Mastered 3 times before starting to teach it..
The after meeting Reiki Guru and researcher Frank Arjava Petter in 2004, I then learnt Jikiden Reiki, this is how Usui Sensei taught it, and how it is still taught today in Japan. I now am honoured to work closely with Frank and we teach Jikiden Reiki together in the Middle East. I am a Reiki Shihan (Teacher) in the Jikiden Reiki Tradition. I was fortunate to visit Japan and take my Shihan training directly from Tadao Yamaguchi at the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto Japan. I love this way of teaching Reiki, because of it’s simplicity and pureness.
For further information on Reiki please visit Franks website link below.
The Reiki Affirmations
Kyo dake wa: Today only
This reference to the here and now will make your daily life easier. Be present with everything you do and don’t do, and carry it out with love in your heart. Whether in a bar or in a church, let yourself be guided by your heart and see the Divine in everyone and everything you meet on your way.
1. Ikaru-na: Do not be angry
Anger poisons body and soul and does no good for you, or to your environment, in most cases. The Japanese suffix –na, which is also part of the second precept, does by no means imply a moral judgment. It is being spoken from a meta-position and means that the one who offers the advice has a clearer perspective than yourself. He sees through the limitations, thus offering wise counsel to you: Don’t be angry!
2. Shinpai suna: Do not worry
The second poison for body and spirit is worry. Again, we are advised to let go of worries. Because whatever happens does not depend on our worries. Whatever happens, happens. You might as well let go of your worries, rely on God and Reiki and let yourself be guided.
3. Kansha shite: Be grateful
Gratitude is the antidote for anger and worry. Whenever those two come visit you, remember gratitude. Now, in this very moment, while you are reading these lines, be grateful, and the heart becomes transformed. Transformation does not take time, transformation happens always here and now.
4. Gyo o hage me: Fulfill your duties (in the sense of: pursue your responsibilities, do the right thing).
The Japanese word Gyo could also be translated into karma or religious practice. In this case though, it carries a rather worldly meaning. Do what life asks of you – because everything that happens in your life is you.
5. Hito ni shinsetsu ni: Be good (kind, loving, compassionate) to your fellow men