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So what is Reiki?

REIKI (pronounced Ray Key) is a Japanese word: REI meaning Universal and Ki meaning life force energy. Reiki is a way of channelling the body's life force energy to address not only physical disorders, but also to open the mind to the causes of disease and pain.

Reiki is not a religion, the use of Reiki energy can be traced back thousands of years, spanning many diverse cultures and civilisations. It was reintroduced in its present form in the late 19th century after many years of dedicated research by Dr Mikao Usui; a Japanese Christian educator. The traditions of Reiki have been passed down over the years from teacher to student, and have since spread worldwide. A teacher of Reiki, who is qualified to attune others, is known as a Reiki Master.

Reiki flows through every living thing, since it is our life force. This energy or 'ki', as it is known in Japan, has been recognised in the East for centuries as being vital to our health and wellbeing. When our Life Force energy is flowing freely we feel happy, uplifted and healthy. When our energy is low or becomes blocked, we become more prone to stress, depression and illness.


Reiki and the Chakras


Chakra is a Sanskrit word and means “wheel”. A wheel that spins around its own axis and can spin fast or slowly. A Chakra will spin in relation to the energy level of your system.

The chakras exist within us all. In the same way we have a physical body we also have a subtle body and our chakras are parts of a large network of subtle energies.

The living cells from humans, animals and plants give off invisible energies (auras) and these can be seen on a Kirlian photo. Specialised groups of cells that make up physical organs create more organized energy patterns. The human body’s system consists of sensory, breathing, circulation, digestion, reproduction and secretion. There are six corresponding chakras for these systems. The brain and the whole being also has one chakra, making a total of seven major chakras. There Chakras are situated at the crown, forehead (third eye), throat, heart, solar plexus, navel (sacral) and at the bottom of the pelvis (root chakra). 

When having a reiki treatment the practitioner will place their hands on or above each of the chakra points and will clear away any negative energy that has been building in these areas.

Our well-being is not purely a physical issue and reiki heals on spiritual, physical and emotional levels. If the energy centres become blocked or depleted our body cannot function properly and this can manifest as illness.