Yesterday, I received a comment from my friend Grace on the previous post entitled, “Essential Oils and Reiki Distant Healing.”
She shared her experience of a session she had had, and was curious to know if there were different “styles” that Reiki practitioner’s used.
This comment caused me to share some of my personal opinion with her, and then inspired me to share more of it on a post.
So, thank you Miss Grace!
I am a level 2 practitioner; attuned to the Usui Shiki Ryoho System of Natural Healing, and have been practicing since 1997.
I use Reiki on myself almost everyday, and have a small practice out of my home. Most of my practitice involves sharing this beautiful energy with those infected and affected with the HIV virus. This work has been a blessing.
To me, Reiki is a neutral energy. However, the beauty of Reiki, is in it’s ability to use each practitioner, in their own unique way. Once attuned, Reiki is the teacher.
This, I believe, is the result of so many wonderful styles.
Each recipient will be drawn to a particular practitioner, because of “something” that resonates between them and the practitioner.
Reiki is like ice cream. You have your choice of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or cookies and cream…however, it’s ALL ice cream.
It is One Universal Energy….with LOTS of flavors. And like all ice cream….it’s ALL good.
I do believe however, their is one COMMON ingredient to Reiki…which is infused and felt within ALL Reiki styles.
And that’s the ingredient of LOVE.
LOVE is the “magical ingredient” within Reiki.
I honor and respect ALL styles of Reiki, because each one has a “special taste of being” for each one of us.
And be well.
P.S. And Reiki is also…fat-free!