Reiki is a form of energy healing. Discovered by Mikao Usui in the early 20th Century, it was brought to the West by Hawayo Takata in 1936. Particularly useful for relief in chronic conditions, pain relief and stress, Reiki is at the very least relaxing. A treatment is non-invasive and non-manipulative, the client remaining fully dressed the whole time. A treatment takes about an hour and comprises the practitioner placing their hands in a series of proscribed postions covering the head, main organs, endocrine and nervous system. There are literally millions of Reiki websites available on the net. Here you will find a choice few, with the most to offer.
Diagrams show the hand placements used for self treatment and treatment on others. Links to Reiki articles.
Bill Pentz provides an overview of various styles and indepth articles on issues.
How the technique works, clinical trials, the conditions for which it is beneficial. Use of crystals and other articles.
Information on Usui, Tera Mai, and Karuna styles. Multilingual site by Remy Willems in the Netherlands.
Information about Reiki and other holistic healing methods often used together with Reiki. Symbols and practitioners list available.
Information on Western style Reiki and the use of crystals in healing. Information on meditation and care for crystals.
Practitioner and teacher directory, question and answer forum, classifieds, newsletter. Hosted by Teri A. Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana.
FAQ on Usui method; products and links directory.
Learn about Reiki healing and how it can help keep and maintain health. Also includes information about the chakras, auras and their color meanings and kundalini energy.
General information about Reiki, its history, and treatment methods. Also includes a forum for practitioners.
Origin of Seichim style rediscovered by Patrick Zeigler. History, workshops and attunements. Multilingual site.
Free articles and information on Reiki and Karuna Reiki.
David Herron provides a list of Reiki practitioners, history and ethical principles.
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