Most Reiki is practiced as a hands-on method of energy healing. However, the Spiritually Guided Life Force Energy can be directed to anyone, anywhere, at anytime. Distant healing is used in cases where the client can’t physically get to a practitioner, when someone is in too much pain to be touched (as in a severe burn), or as an additional treatment between visits.
How do I do a distant healing session?
I always talk on the phone with a client prior to a distant healing session. In this way, I can get a “feel” for the person, can ask questions about the specific need for healing, do some energy alignment while we’re talking, and give some suggestions for meditative or relaxation techniques that may help the “condition”.*. Then, usually that evening, I will send distant healing to the person. Additionally, I will continue to send healing 3 more times throughout the week.
I like feedback. During the week, you will be encouraged to email or call with reactions, updates on the condition, or questions, and I in turn will let you know of any specific “impressions” or information that I pick up.
Distant Healing can be sent at specific times.
Reiki can also be very effective when distant healing is sent during a surgical procedure, during the birth of a baby, or during times of extreme stress (court dates, applying for a job, after a trauma of any sort).
* If you are in pain, have symptoms that are as yet undiagnosed, or are not sure of the severity of your ailment, I urge you to first seek medical attention. REIKI is a natural method of energy balancing. It can involve “the laying on of hands” although this is not required for Reiki to be effective. It is not meant as a substitute for medical, or psychological, diagnosis and treatment. Reiki practitioners do not diagnose conditions, nor do they perform medical treatment, prescribe substances, or interfere with the treatment of a licensed medical professional. Reiki practitioners should not compete with medical doctors and their treatments, Reiki is meant to compliment medical treatments. It is recommended you see a licensed physician or licensed health care professional for any physical or psychological ailment you may have.