What is Remote Reiki?
‘Remote’ or distant Reiki healing is when one sends Reiki to a client without being in the same physical space. It has proven so valuable in these current Covid-19 times! Working together with your intention, we focus Reiki energy in real time over Zoom or Skype or, if preferred, I can send more traditionally without being online, where you can receive Reiki energy just as powerfully . I regularly send Reiki to client's on the West Coast USA, NYC and even to Sydney, Australia! It can be an incredibly profound experience- Please read some testimonials for examples of Remote Reiki.
What happens when I book for a Reiki Online session?
After booking in with me, I will send you a Zoom invitation via your email a day prior to our session. I can use Skype if you prefer.
To begin with, we will discuss your intention for the Reiki . You will then lie down or sit comfortably while I guide you through a relaxation. This centres the breath and helps you focus on the present moment. This naturally leads into the Reiki healing energy being sent. During, you will hear a series of chimes that will denote the movement through each chakra, or energy centre and you may also be aware of my voice. Once the practice is complete, we will then have time to discuss any thoughts feelings and sensations experienced during the Reiki session.
The whole treatment time is between 30-40 minutes.
I will check in with you within 24 hrs to see how the Reiki has integrated.
I generally advise a Remote Reiki session once a month for overall wellness.
What happens in a traditional Remote Reiki session?
When you contact me for Remote Reiki, I will ask you to provide me with:
· An image of yourself to help me attune to your energy. This can be a social media picture. This can be sent by email, or Facebook Messenger, Viber or What’s App for smart phone users. I adhere to a divine Reiki code of conduct regarding your privacy so I delete any images shared as soon as the session is completed.
· An intention for the Reiki - this helps connect us both to what you want from the session. This can be expressed succinctly by a verb eg ‘to relax’, ‘to heal’, to connect’. If you would like Reiki for some assistance in coping with a specific physical issue, do let me know at this time.
We will agree on a time to send and receive and I will message any feedback to you.
My Remote Reiki tips:
· Turn off your phone
· Wear comfortable clothing and/or cover up with a light blanket or throw.
· Ask others to not disturb you.
· Light candles and /or infuse aromatherapy oils
· Play relaxing, meditation music.
· Remove jewelery
Remember this is your time to focus on you, so create time to relax in a way that you love; perhaps a bath or shower would be your ideal relaxation or to go for a run or walk in nature beforehand? Look forward to this time and keep it at the forefront of your mind throughout the day by thinking about your intention for Reiki.
I would always advocate drinking plenty of water during the day and especially after your treatment. Your body is re-energizing so staying hydrated, eating well and avoiding alcohol is advisable over the next few days.
Will it work for me?
You do not need to be aligned to any faith or religion to feel the benefits of Reiki but it will certainly not contradict with any of your beliefs if you are; indeed, you may experience a profound sense of connecting to your faith throughout the session.
I resonate to the wisdom that all living things are energy and we are all connected to each other. By taking responsibility for our own personal wellness; mentally spiritually and physically, we are truly assisting each other’s well-being and ultimately that of our planet. For me, Reiki energy is Universal love.
Please be mindful that Reiki is a complimentary therapy and therefore whilst I believe in its ability to promote holistic well being, I do not advocate using Reiki as an alternative to medical treatment for a diagnosed medical condition by a medical professional. However, many people experience great benefits using Reiki to cope with their medical condition and any side effects or discomfort that may occur as a result of their treatment.