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Reiki & Distant Healing

Reiki & Distant Healing



Reiki sessions are 45 minutes and can be done in person or distant healing.


For remote Reiki, the patient and prectitioner will arrange a time slot to connect virtually and the patient needs to be in a place with silence and laying back to completly achieve relaxation.




If we have to translate the meaning of the word, it would best be Rei (soul) & Ki (energy) or vital energy/ life force. 

Reiki consist of hand imposition, touching or not, for this very same reason, Reiki can be done at a distance, with the subject laying as if he were in a session, and the practitioner visualizing the subject as to gather impressions and projecting healing energy onto the subject and directing it with the intention. The energy has an intelligence of its own, as it flows, it tends to gravitate towards were's most needed. Like pouring water on an uneven surface, it will level the field regardless of there it's poured. Some people are more sensitive than others, being Reiki a subtle technique, some feel some sensations, while others not. Even the same person would have different experiences depending on his biorhythm.

There's never been a comprehensive list of controlled, evidence-based Reiki research that was accessible to the holistic, medical, and scientific communities, until 2005, when William Lee Rand founded the International Center for Reiki Training and the Center For Reiki Research: The Touchstone Process. He established a peer review method for analyzing the current state of scientific studies done on Reiki programs in hospitals, clinics, and hospice facilities throughout the United States. The process is rigorous, impartial, consistent, and incorporates the best practices for scientific review. 

The most recent data analyzed during 2008-9, shows strong evidence that Reiki is indeed responsible for a positive biological response in both humans and animals. “Sham” or bogus Reiki treatments given to the placebo group showed no reduction in stress, anxiety or depression. Testing in humans performed between 1993 and 2006, showed Reiki treatments were positive in controlling pain levels, while the placebo Reiki treatments in this experiment were by contrast ineffective.​