Balancing Physiological Functions
5 Principles of Reiki
Just for today, do not worry
Just for today, do not anger
Just for today, earn your living honestly
Just for today, be grateful for your blessings
Just for today, be kind to every living thing
Mikao Usui, or Usui Sensei is considered the founder of the Reiki system of natural healing that most people are familiar with. (Click here for more on the history of Usui Sensei and Usui Reiki). He was an average layperson in search of the purpose of life in the early twentieth century. What Usui Sensei did was create ﬁve ideals for people to live by. By living by these ideals people would be guided in their own healing process by bringing some balance into their lives. By being true to these words you are showing respect to this magniﬁcent energy and essentially saying ‘Yes!’ to the love and healing it can provide. Invite Reiki into your life today.
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- Reiki energy works on a deep subconscious level so often times it may be a week or longer for someone to realize there has been a shift. Please keep a record of everything unusual you experience and bring it to your next session.
- It’s important to drink plenty of water after your session to help flush toxins out of your system. If possible, it’s helpful to take a bath with epsom salt and baking soda (1 cup of each) the night after your session. This helps to release toxins and negative energies while strengthening your aura.
- As your body begins to rebalance, detoxify and heal after the session you may experience some of the following: having an emotional release, sleepiness or fatigue, feeling a buzzing energy, body aches, more frequent trips to the bathroom or changes in thought processes. These are normal and short in duration but are signs of your body releasing what is no longer needed. Every person responds in a different way. Listen to your body and rest.