One of the ways I find very effective in which to use two of the modalities that I practice, is through the fusion of Reiki Distant Healing and Essential Oils.
Each of these modalities stands strong on it’s own, however, when married together…create a beautiful and powerful union.
Essential oils, seem to allow for a strong “connection” between the recipient and Reiki. It’s like having a solid telephone connection, that enables a clear communication to take place.
Also, Reiki will always work for the highest good, so when blended with the energy contained within essential oils – it seems to propel that energy, and then diffuses it, where it will do the most good.
To begin practicing this, I suggest using the pure essential oil of either Lavender or Frankincense. Both of these oils are “adaptogenic” – which means that they will adapt to any condition (body, mind and spirit) for the recipient. You may even wish to use the two together.
*Place a single drop of either both or one of these essential oils into the palm of one hand – then gently rub both palms together.
*Feel free to use whatever method you enjoy, that proceeds sending Reiki distant healing.
*Then simply hold your hands up and allow the energy to flow.
*If you use symbols, use them.
(I myself, no longer use symbols)
Between the Reiki and the essential oils, you will begin to feel a very strong pulse and pull of energy – it’s amazing.
You can also use this method when sharing a session in person. I sometimes will work with my hands about 3-4 inches away from the recipient’s body. The further I move my hands…the stronger the pull.
I highly suggest checking out the book, “Aromatherapy for the Soul” – by Valerie Ann Worwood. It’s a wonderful education in essential oils, for all aspects of healing. It lists a large majority of essential oils and their properties.
So try experimenting with the wonderful arts of Reiki Distant Healing and Essential Oils.
You may just find…a marriage made in heaven!
For pure essential oils and supplies: Hands-On Aromatherapy
Photo: Arjuna Zbycho