What Is Reiki Energy And How Does It Heal?
Reiki is a combination of two Japanese words: Rei and Ki. When translating Japanese into English, we must bear in mind the difficulty of an exact translation. The Japanese language is multi-layered in its meaning. As a result, it is necessary to consider the context in which the word is being used when attempting to communicate its essence. Because these terms are used in the context of spiritual healing, a Japanese/English dictionary will not provide us with the depth of meaning we seek, as its definitions are based on everyday Japanese. For instance, Rei is frequently defined as a ghost and Ki as a vapor, and while these terms hint at the meaning we seek, they fall far short of the required comprehension.
When we look for a more spiritual definition, we discover that Rei can be defined as the Supreme Intelligence that directs the creation and operation of the universe. Rei is a subtle wisdom that pervades all things, both living and non-living. This subtle wisdom directs the evolution of all creation, from galaxies to life. On a human level, it exists to assist us in times of need and to serve as a guide in our lives so is Reiki Energy. It is all-knowing due to its infinite nature. Rei is also known as God and goes by a variety of other names depending on the culture that bestows it.
Let's go deeper into what Reiki energy is and how it heal.
Reiki Energy or mostly known as Ki is the non-physical energy that gives life to all organisms. Everything that is alive, including plants, animals, and humans, has a flow of ki. When a person's ki is strong, confident, and prepared to enjoy and overcome life's challenges, they will feel strong, confident, and prepared to enjoy life. When it is low, they will feel exhausted and are more prone to illness. We obtain Ki through the air we breathe, food, sunlight, and sleep. Additionally, we can increase our Ki through breathing exercises and meditation. When an individual dies, their ki departs from their physical body. Ki is also known as Chi in China, Prana in India, and Ti or Ki in Hawaii, and has been referred to as odic force, orgone, bioplasma, and life force.
With the foregoing information in mind, Reiki can be defined as a non-physical healing energy composed of life force energy guided by a higher intelligence as well as spiritually guided life force energy. This is a functional definition because it closely parallels the experience of those who practice Reiki in that Reiki energy appears to have its own intelligence, flowing where it is needed in the client and creating the healing conditions necessary for the client's needs. Because it is not guided by the mind, it is not constrained by the practitioner's experience or ability. Nor can it be abused, as it always has a curative effect. (It is important to remember that Reiki is not the same as simple life force energy, as life force energy can be influenced by the mind and thus cause both benefit and harm, including illness.)
The source or cause of health is the Ki that flows through and around the individual, not the physical organs and tissues' functional state. As Ki flows through the physical organs and tissues, it animates them and is thus responsible for maintaining a healthy state. When the flow of Ki is disrupted, it has a detrimental effect on the physical organs and tissues. Thus, the primary cause of illness is a disruption in the flow of Ki.
A critical characteristic of Ki is that it responds to one's thoughts and emotions. Depending on the quality of one's thoughts and feelings, ki will flow more strongly or less strongly in its action. Our negative thoughts and feelings are the primary sources of blockage in the flow of Ki. All negative or discordant thoughts or feelings obstruct the flow of Ki. Even Western medicine acknowledges the role of the mind in illness, with some Western doctors claiming that the mind is directly or indirectly responsible for up to 98 percent of illnesses.
It is critical to understand that the mind exists not just in the brain, but throughout the body. Because the nervous system pervades every organ and tissue in the body, the mind exists there as well. Additionally, it is known that the mind extends outside the body in the form of a subtle energy field between two and three feet thick called the aura. As a result, it is more accurate to refer to our mind as a mind/body, as the mind and body are inextricably linked.
As a result, our negative thoughts are not contained solely in the brain, but also in various locations throughout our body and aura. Wherever negative thoughts and feelings congregate, Ki's flow is restricted. The physical organs that exist in these locations are functionally restricted. If negative thoughts and feelings are not addressed immediately, illness will result.
Negative thoughts and feelings lodged in the unconscious mind and body are the most difficult to change or eliminate because we are unaware of them.
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Reiki is extremely valuable because it is guided by the Higher Intelligence and thus knows precisely where to go and how to respond to restrictions in the flow of Ki. It has the ability to work directly on unconscious areas of the mind and body that contain negative Ki-inhibiting thoughts and feelings, thereby eliminating them. As Reiki flows through a sick or unhealthy area, it dissolves and cleanses any negative thoughts or feelings lodged in the unconscious mind/body, restoring a normal, healthy flow of Ki. As a result, the unhealthy physical organs and tissues become properly nourished with Ki and begin functioning in a balanced, healthy manner, effectively eradicating illness.
This non-invasive, completely harmless healing technique is gaining popularity. As western medicine continues to explore alternative methods of healing, Reiki is destined to play a significant role as an accepted and valued healing practice.