What is Reiki?
Reiki is defined as both a name for the energy produced by a living body and a method of interacting with that energy. A Reiki practitioner is someone who has learned to work with and recharge this energy.
Eastern medical traditions have long understood what Western science has only recently been able to measure and begin to define: the living body generates an energy field that surrounds it. This energy field is affected by stress, lifestyle and environment. If the energy field is depleted faster than it can be naturally recharged, a person will feel tired and listless. If the field is depleted too far, a person is more susceptible to illness.
People seek Reiki healing sessions for a wide variety of reasons, from supplementing medical treatment to assisting in dealing with stress and emotional trauma. Many body workers, nurses and other healthcare practitioners routinely incorporate Reiki into their healing practices.
Note: Reiki is a supplemental healing therapy and is not a substitute for medical and/or psychological diagnosis and treatment.
Reiki sessions are gentle, non-invasive and are done with the clothes on. A Reiki practitioner will typically have you lie on a massage table and will gently place their hands on your body. Hand placement will vary depending on the needs of the individual and areas being treated. Receiving Reiki is a deeply relaxing experience and leaves you feeling energized with a sense of balance and inner peace.
The Antahkarana are very ancient symbols. This Symbol is freely used with Reiki, and Many other Healing techniques now as well as a Meditation tool so please feel free to copy these and use them, Namaste. .
The name “Antahkarana” is also often described as a “Bridge of light.” These two symbols are subtly different in dimension and reflect masculine and feminine qualities. Try placing copies of the symbol you feel drawn to under your bed or
treatment table, I recommend three copies of the same image, and note the effect it has on the energy you experience. They can also be placed on either side of a room so that they create a flow of energy though the room.
Please feel free to click the image and download it for your own use.
Reiki and the Endocrine System
Reiki and the Endocrine System
Thanks to Humanityealing Team
One of the most practiced Reiki techniques is the placing the hands over the seven regions of the human body where the energy centers are located. Naturally, the Universal Life Energy is brought to these centers in order to revitalize and maintain the entire human body. These energy centers, or chakras, are intrinsically related to our endocrine system.
Our endocrine glands are the physical projections of each of the seven chakras. They are sustained by specific energy patterns generated by the Universal Light energy. The chakras also reveal the fundamental emphasis of the individual, the focus of “I”. If a person identifies himself primarily with the feelings, the centers of the heart and solar plexus are most active and prominent than others. A very bright front indicates a degree of personal integration; a coronal light indicates the development of spiritual consciousness.
The thread of consciousness that awakens is connected to the core of the Crown Chakra. During sleep this flow of energy decreases, being revived at the moment of awakening. The thread of life, the Sutrama Cord, however, attaches the heart chakra to the physical heart, and that connection does not break while the individual is alive.
At the time of death, the thread of consciousness withdraws from the Crown Chakra and the thread of life is off the heart, signaling the disintegration of all the other chakras.
The main functions of the etheric chakras are: To absorb and distribute prana or vital energy to the etheric body, and through this, the physical body to maintain dynamic links with the corresponding chakras in emotional and mental bodies.
The physical body is affected not only by the speed of the stream of etheric energy, but also by the degrees of harmony and uniformity of the energy flow, and any obstruction that may distort the normal patterns of energy , inevitably will result in the loss of vitality and disease.
The endocrine system is composed by glands, and in other words are these glands are the ones that orchestrate all the activities of the physical body: its shape, its manifestations, their perceptions, and so on. Our glands are the Adrenals, the Pancreas, Thymus (heart chakra), the Gonads (sexual), Thyroid, Pituitary, Pineal. These organs when are blocked or energetically impaired, are responsible for physical problems and the appearance of diseases. Before they manifest in the physical plane, all illnesses manifest themselves first as obstructions on the subtle bodies.
Here are some of these problems and how they first appear as imbalances and their energetic drive.
Adrenals: anger, impatience, addiction, materialism, guilt, addiction, shame, violence, fear of death can cause: kidney pains, spine, bones, teeth, large intestine, anus, rectum, prostate, anemia, overweight, low blood pressure, fatigue, poor muscle tone, circulation problems, imbalance in body temperature, leukemia and nervous tension.
Gonads (sexual glands): control, submission or sexual dissatisfaction, promiscuity, rejection, loneliness, resentment, revenge, jealousy, envy, depression, reproductive system, can cause dysfunctions over the bladder, hips, legs, feet, sciatic nerve, muscle spasms, cramps, colic , menstrual disorders and hormonal imbalances.