Depending on what information is given from the universe, the therapist will use intuitive methods to work out what your mind, body and soul needs. Allowing you to let go of blockages and move forward and start living the life you want.
Sometimes only one method is required or combining two or three together to maximise the healing process.
All healing is done whilst the client is fully dressed laying on a massage table for comfort.
Loose, comfortable clothing is practical.
These sessions may take up to an hour to conduct.
Reiki originated in Tibet and rediscovered by Dr. Mikao Usui in 1922.
The meaning of Reiki is, ‘Rei’ that which is associated with universal energy and ‘Ki’ which means life force flowing through all things.
Reiki is a simple and natural healing method that allows our bodies to absorb life force energy to vitalise and balance the energy in our body. The Reiki giver is used as a conduit for universal energy to flow through to the receiver. The laying of the Reiki therapist’s hands directs the healing energy into the body of the receiver.
Reiki usually aids in the healing and relief of pain and acute symptoms quickly. It also influences spiritual growth. Reiki may help you to feel clearer mentally and experience insight and clarity on issues that have been weighing you down. Emotionally you may experience an emotional release from ‘blocked’ feelings. Suppressed emotions may rise to the surface such as sadness or anger. Acceptance of these emotions is important to allow the healing process to continue.
Reiki helps us to know ourselves better, have a greater consciousness and self-awareness about who we are. The most common experience is a feeling of peace, relaxation and security when receiving a Reiki treatment. Reiki is a safe method of healing as it supplies additional energy to the body. However, it is always best to seek medical advice.
Crystals are used to heal our energy field and have been used for centuries.
Crystals can remove and absorb negative energy and are able to diffuse energy within the body. Therefore, assisting the body to find balance and its natural rhythm.
Crystal are laid on or near the body, usually on each chakra and allows the healing process to begin.
Energy will be directed to where it is needed. Different crystals are used, each with a certain purpose and vibration.
Crystals may amplify energy and evoke an emotional. It is important to be aware that different emotions may surface, accept what is happening and allow emotions to be released.
There are hundreds of crystal types with different vibrational properties that aid to balance us to live healthy lives. When energy is blocked this may cause dis-ease within our bodies.
Crystals help us to move forward by releasing any blockages that have become stuck.
Our bodies have seven major chakras or energy centres. They are the doorway to life energy to flow in and out of.
The chakras begin at the bottom area of our spines and work their way up along the spine. At the base is the Root Chakra, then Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, throat, third eye and then the crown chakras. Each resonate to a different colour and vibration, each with their own roles to aid us to live a balanced life.
Our energy centres can be blocked or closed, open and balanced. It is important to have each chakra open and balanced. The aim of Chakra healing is when these energy centres are brought to a harmonious state.
Hands on healing from practitioner to client coming from universal energy to bring healing to the chakra systems. We continually grow and it is important to maximise our spiritual development by constantly looking at ourselves. To release past hurts and blockages to clear a pathway of personal development.
Meditation is very important as well to go within and release blockages that are preventing you from moving forward. There are many guided meditations to help with this or if you are an experienced with meditation you may develop your own style to heal and open these centres.
MIndfulness is being present in the moment, being aware of what is going on around you. Being mindful or present allows us to become aware of thought patterns, reactions and behaviours that are automatic. Allowing oneself to live in the moment takes away our regret of the past and worry of the future.
When we are mindful we learn to stop being on ‘auto pilot’ and reacting to a situation the same way every time. We learn new ways to deal with a situation. Generally, old habits come from a negative reaction or an unhealthy response.
Mindfulness is about training the brain to stop us choosing the automatic response and replace it with a new method, one that creates a more positive response and then becomes a conscious pattern. We see situations and responses from a new perspective. This does take time to form new habits and it is important not to be hard on ourselves when we go back to our automatic response. The trick is to recognise it and then change it, not to pass judgement which may bring on feelings of anxiety and anger.
Meditation is an important part to mindfulness because it allows us to bring our focus to breathing and bringing your attention back to your breath whenever your mind wanders. Practicing increases our attention span and our ability to focus better. Meditation and breathing reduces anxiety and stress and allows us to live in the present moment without worry.