Di., 12. Juni|
Your own sacred space
Radiating Reiki - Free of Charge - June 2018
Take part in this month's remote Reiki session. Free of charge.
Time & Location
12. Juni 2018, 19:00 – 19:30
Your own sacred space
About the Event
These monthly remote sessions are without charge and anyone is free to add their name - all that is asked is that you share something with others in exchange, either checking in with a friend or neighbour, taking an extra walk with your dog or tending a plant. It is important to receive permission for Reiki energy - please do not add someone other than yourself to the list. If you feel someone may benefit from Radiant Reiki sessions, please ask them to register.
To prepare for the session
Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed. Create a space that feels comfortable and warm - lighting some candles and soothing background music help create a relaxing atmosphere. You can either sit in a chair or lie down down, whichever is more comfortable for you, with the intention of receiving the energy. It is often useful to have a pen and paper to hand to write down any experiences you may have and a blanket handy in case you feel a little cold during the session.
What is remote Reiki?
Healing energy and high vibratory medicine, such as Reiki, knows no limits in regard to what we perceive as linear time and distance. We are surrounded by energy layers, commonly called the aura, and are connected to each other by this common energy. It is a high vibrational energy that works with intention and focus.
Benefits of Reiki
Remote Reiki Sessions are beneficial for clients who cannot physically or geographically attend sessions in person. Many clients find remote sessions incredibly supportive between in person sessions or prior to and in recovery from procedures or surgery in hospital. To book either an in-attendance or remote Reiki session, please visit the Book Online page.
Reiki is not a diagnostic therapy, cannot claim to treat any condition and is no replacement for medical care. If you are ill or in pain, please consult your GP or medical professional in the first instance. Please do not disregard any medical advice.