What is Distant Reiki Healing?

What is Distant Reiki Healing?

Distant Reiki Healing is where Reiki is sent across time and space, using the power of intention. It works in a similar way to sending love or prayers to people who are sick or in need, but in a slightly more formalised way.

How does Distant Healing work?

As we are all connected to each other on an energetic level we don’t need to be in the same room as each other for Reiki to work. What we need to do is to be able to make a firm connection to Reiki energy, using the Distance Healing symbol. This then allows us to send energy where it is needed. 

This could be to a person, group of people, a country or geographical area, an animal or plant or the world as a whole. It could be to a situation from the past which is causing pain and anguish or to a future time like a forthcoming operation or job interview. 

Can Distant Reiki Healing change the outcome?

No, it cannot change the outcome of the interview or the operation, nor can it change what happened in the past but it can help change the way we feel about it, helping to lessen the pain and making us be able to come to terms with it. It’s not an instant fix, but it can help take a little of the edge off the pain. 

Does Distant Reiki Healing Work?

Experiences I’ve had as a Reiki Practitioner include the time when I was using the distant healing symbol on a client and they noticed that when I was working on that specific area they noticed that the suddenly  started thinking vividly of an earlier time, back to childhood days.

What do you need to do during a treatment?

Make sure you’re comfortable and have had a trip to the loo and a glass of water before your appointment.

Lie on a sofa, recliner chair or bed and get comfortable. You may wish to put on some soft relaxation music, light some incense or candles or whatever makes sense for you. Turn off your phone if possible or put it onto silent.

You may want to snuggle under a blanket or duvet or if it is a warm day you might not! It’s entirely up to you. You just need to feel safe and comfortable and nice and warm. I like wearing snuggly socks for a treatment unless it’s a very hot day.

The treatment will last about 30-40 mins and at the end I will message you to see what you experienced.

For the rest of the day it is important for you to drink plenty of water and relax as much as possible.

My own Experience

I received distant Reiki healing once when I was feeling very poorly and by the end of the session I felt much much better, like a weight had been lifted off me. 

It can be a little difficult to get your head round so my best suggestion is that you should try it and see what you think and if it works for you. 

If you find that it doesn’t work for you the worst thing that will happen is that you’ll have a lie down on your bed or sofa for half an hour or so! 

How can I have Distant Reiki Healing?

Distant Healing is sent to people during Reiki shares and through one-to-one sessions between clients and Reiki practitioners. 

Have you had Distant Reiki Healing? How did it help you? 

Please leave me your reply in the comments below

Sarah Cooper
Sarah Cooper

I am a Reflexologist, Reiki Master Practitioner and Writer from Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire. I love writing about Health and Wellbeing, Mind Body Spirit and Reflexology. When I’m not at work, you can find me in the kitchen cooking up a storm!

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