Today, we will discuss a little bit on Reiki applications, and how it can help treat many modern diseases in the world today. One of the great phenomena about this Japanese natural healing technique is that it has become widely accepted in the world today, and stands side by side with many other great alternative methods like Acupuncture and Shiatsu massage. In comparison, Reiki is quite a young entrant into the world of healing, using the concept of natural energy to create an effect on the human body and mind, but the principles behind it are as ancient as the Chinese art of Chi. In fact, one can draw many parallels between Reiki and the arts in Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism and Chinese healing – because they are all based on the same foundations of universal energy.
There is a reason why Reiki and these other forms of healing are great at targeting modern day diseases, Cancer and Reiki has been a fiercely debated subject, and if you notice, many cancer institutions in the world today are offering Reiki as part of their treatment programmes. Looking deeper into the methodology of this art form, we understand that Reiki divides the human body into energy meridians and Chakras. The energy meridians are like blood vessels which transport energy from one place in the human body to another and are often circulated around major organs. The Chakras, of which there are seven, are major funnelling points within the body itself. The main way Reiki practitioners diagnose problems is they ‘feel’ out these focal points within the body. Whenever there is an interruption, then they will know that whatever pain or discomfort that the patient is experiencing is rooted at that area. The difference between traditional and modern Reiki is that Japanese original healing is more holistic and ‘searching’ in its methodology, while Modern Reiki applications looks at specific diagnosis and treats specific areas when faced with an ailment or problem. This can differ if the patient is facing physical or mental problems.
One of the best Reiki Applications is that it promotes a sense of relaxation and peace within the human body. Whether or not the practitioner will use tools or music, even a bare bones therapy session with just the therapist and the patient can evoke a sense of calm and waves of relaxation across the human body. There has been plenty of documentation that a sense of peace helps the body to accelerate healing. Emotional turmoil and stress are negative influences on the physical self, and there has been many cases where an overstressed person can manifest many symptoms such as hair loss, blood loss, migraine and other serious problems. Stress reduction and relaxation are the twin pillars that activate the necessary areas in the body which then tells the brain to heal.
Reiki Applications with Sleep
Relaxation also can change one’s lifestyle drastically and the realisation that negativity is a bane to the human existence can set one on the path to health. Also, one of the benefits that Reiki has in relation to this is that it aids sleep, and can promote very good sleeping habits. It has been proven to be able to treat insomnia and other sleeping disorders. People with asthma are also able to greatly benefit from this because Reiki and breathing go hand in hand. Addictions will also be another arena where Reiki applications can aid. Those who have a drug addiction or a mental condition which sees them overeat or over-do anything to a point where it becomes unhealthy can turn to this Japanese healing technique to stem the growth of this addiction and slowly treat it over time. Many of the addictions that can be treated include smoking, overeating and the dependency on drugs as well. This is interesting to note because addiction lies in the mind – it is a very mental disease with no physical bearing. Addiction is rooted in the mind tricking the body to depending on a substance that has no biological or physical benefits whatsoever- smoking comes to mind. With Reiki, one can induce relaxation and during therapy sessions, they can remove the need for these substances. The more sessions a person goes for, the more they will be able to deny themselves the need to smoke, eat or do drugs.
These are some of the things to note when thinking about Reiki applications. Of course, there are thousands of other ways that Reiki can benefit people, which we will look at in the future. This is why the relationship between Reiki and modern day diseases is a symbiotic one. Its ability to transcend diseases and symptoms, and using the simplest form of healing belying the most powerful ingredients known to mankind is a system that is as old and as effective as any other healing process that deals with energies and nature. Reiki can treat fatigue as mentioned earlier, and why we concern ourselves with this single disease is because of the many physical and psychological symptoms and causes that can be a factor in inducing fatigue in a person.
It harkens to the ability of this natural healing art form to target specific areas of the body, create a sense of wellbeing and promote balance by righting the wrongs within the energy distribution systems in the body. Reiki applications are multitude and exhaustive, and no one article can speak about the possibilities of Reiki and what it can do to the human body. This is the journey that anyone who is interested in becoming a Reiki master must embark on, a journey that is fulfilling and enriching, and one that will allow you to gain a much deeper understanding of how Reiki works, how the power of the universal life force KI can aid the human body, and how the power of touch is one of the most effective ways to heal and promote healing within the human body.