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    How To Feel Reiki Energy

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    There is a very simple way to feel Reiki energy after you have had a Reiki Attunement :

    Sit down in a chair in an upright but comfortable position. focus your mind on your hands. Rub your hands briskly together for at least 15 seconds or so or just say “Reiki On” to yourself mentally..(or both). Now place your hands about 8 to 10 inches apart, palms facing, and begin to bring them slowly toward each other. At one point you will feel a sensation. This sensation is different for everyone. Typically though, it is a tingling, or a warmth…(Reiki Healers hands are almost always VERY warm…even verging on HOT) What you are feeling is the Reiki energy flowing through you.

    I would like to take a moment to address something that comes up quite often when I am teaching someone :

    There ARE people who are able to heal by laying on of hands even before they are given the Reiki attunement. Some people are natural healers and are spontaneously directing energy. This is NOT Reiki energy. They are using a different kind of energy before they are attuned and Reiki energy after their attunements. Usui Reiki Healing energy came from one source: Mikao Usui…and has been handed down hand to hand ever since he discovered it. This is the only way you can get it: By getting an attunement from someone who is already attuned to it…either by distance attunement or in person. Reiki energy is much more powerful for healing than any other source of healing energy.

    When you are given the gift of an attunement you should work to feel the energy everyday. Learn to turn it on and off and play with it making chi balls. Learn to wield this beautiful energy system to you, your friends, and your loved ones benefit!

    Happy Healing! Love, Aura

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    ” With times being what they are…we all need to find the healer within us and bolster ourselves against what is to come so that we may survive and even thrive through these times of hardship…”