We are spiritual beings having a human experience, not the other way around. The energy of who we are continues after the body dies. This is not something I believe; rather, this is something I know without a doubt. It’s very scientific actually. Energy doesn’t begin and it doesn’t end. And this includes the energy of who we are. But sometimes, life events can deplete us of our energy, especially after the loss of a loved one. This is why I practice several energy-healing techniques in my appointments – one of which is Reiki.
Raising Energy After Loss with Reiki
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese word that means “universal life energy.” It is similar to the laying on of hands. By placing one’s hands on the body, Divine energy kicks in and flows to wherever it is needed. What sets Reiki apart from other energy techniques is that in order to learn to channel this energy through your hands, you must first receive attunements from a Reiki Master. These attunements do not give you something new; they simply unlock what was already there. It’s like turning on the light; the electricity was always present, but someone had to turn on the switch to activate it.
Reiki helps balance my clients’ energy as they are going through their mourning period, allowing them to feel much better afterwards. Receiving Reiki feels wonderful, like radiance enveloping you, healing your mind, body and spirit. When you need to raise your energy and feel better, I highly recommend seeing a Reiki practitioner. Better yet, I recommend you to become attuned to Reiki yourself so that you can heal yourself on a regular basis.
Use Reiki when you need to re-balance yourself, re-energize, and bring positive focus back into your life or when you have a health issue. When your energy is healed, the effects on your body and life are really quite amazing!
If you’d like more information on this topic, I recommend a beautifully illustrated book I use when I teach Reiki. It’s called The Power of Reiki: An Ancient Hands-On Healing Technique by Tanmaya Honervogt.