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Reiki is a non-invasive Japanese touch therapy. It helps the body heal by removing blocks in the body's energy field, aligning and balancing the body's energy centers, and straightening the body's energy pathways. Reiki is administered by a softer touch than the deep pressure of massage.
You will need to check in your area, but the fee for Reiki sessions is usually between $50.00 to $150.00 for an hour session depending on the area of the country in which you practice. As you give more sessions, you will gain more experience and you will feel more confident in charging more money.
In a pilot study of 16 cancer patients, participants in the Reiki group showed significant improvements in quality of life. They had less tiredness, pain, and anxiety scores compared to the rest-only (control) group. Furthermore, these beneficial effects remained for at least 1 week after 5 Reiki sessions [11].
While the NIH reports no harmful side effects of reiki, some practitioners acknowledge the possibility of patients experiencing not only anxiety, but also short-term upset stomach, light-headedness, and fatigue. The danger arises when patients trade conventional care for only reiki.
Reiki is easily learned and practiced as self-care by anyone who is interested, regardless of the person's age or state of health. Children can learn to practice, as can the elderly and the infirm. No special background or credentials are needed to receive training.
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Four sessions is a traditional recommendation and gives you time to evaluate what benefits you are receiving. Discuss with your practitioner how best to space the sessions to suit your needs and your schedule.
You will need to check in your area, but the fee for Reiki sessions is usually between $50.00 to $150.00 for an hour session depending on the area of the country in which you practice. As you give more sessions, you will gain more experience and you will feel more confident in charging more money.
Although Reiki is most often administered through an in-person, hands-on treatment while fully clothed recipients sit or lie down, it can also be practiced remotely. Long-distance Reiki, also known as remote Reiki, does not require recipients to be in the same location.
What does reiki feel like? \u201cYou may experience the energy in the form of sensations like heat, tingling or pulsing where the Reiki practitioner has placed their hands,\u201d Bodner says. \u201cSometimes, people feel sensations moving throughout the body, while other people do not perceive any change at all.\u201d
If you're tired after receiving or learning Reiki it's mostly likely because you've been overdoing and your adrenal glands are overworked. The tiredness is encouraging you to stop, practice self-care (which is an ongoing practice for natural givers), receive further Reiki sessions, or practice self Reiki.

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