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Reiki in Preston & Lancashire

Reiki for Animals

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique for healing, stress reduction and relaxation.
I trained in Reiki in 2010 following the Usui Shiki Ryoho method.
I obtained the Reiki Masters Degree in November 2011.

REI means Universal wisdom and KI means life force energy.
Translated in Japanese as 'Universal life force.'

What Happens During a Reiki Treatment?

The client will be lying down or sitting., fully clothed with music playing.
The practitioner places their hands in a serise of positions over, or lightly upon the body.
The hands are placed in alignment with the seven chakras.
The client reports feelings of heat or prickling sensations.
I will pick up any vibrations in relation to your animal spirit guides.
And I will also pick up any underlying problems the client is facing.

Reiki is a very relaxing theapy which will be felt for several days afterwards.
After a Reiki session the client must rest and drink plenty of water to carry on detoxifying.

How Many Reiki Treatments do I Need?

Although even one Reiki session can make a huge difference in the clients life.
It is more effective to have a regular course of treatments, weekly fortnightly or monthly.
Depending on the needs of the individual.

What can Reiki Heal?

Reiki works on many levels and is helpful for many ailments including

  • reiki-for-pain

    Aches & Pains

  • reiki-for-injury

    Injuries

  • reiki-for-operations

    Post Operative Problems

  • reiki-for-arthritis

    Degenerative Ailments such as Arthritis

  • reiki-for-emotional-problems

    Emotional Problems

It is a useful tool for physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing.

Animals are highly sensitive to it, and I have successfully treated various animals with it.

The Reiki Principles

Just for today I will give thanks for my many blessings.
Just for today I will not worry.
Just for today I will not be angry.
Just for today I will do my work honestly.
Just for today I will be kind to my neighbour and every living thing.