Clarifying Some Misunderstandings About Reiki For People & Practitioners Who Have Misconceptions About Reiki

A Shinto priest speaks of Usui system Reiki healing and its roots in Japanese spiritual landscape.

Helgaleena practices level 2 (distance) Reiki as part of the Healing Line outreach ministry. It is not strictly speaking a distinct ‘religion’, as this commentator treats it, but rather a popular method for a universal style of healing practice, compatible with any faith you may also hold.

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Reiki has become a popular healing practice since its rediscovery by Mikao Usui in 1922. It involves a method of palm-healing, wherein practitioners are believed to transfer universal life-force energy as a form of alternative healing. Over the past twenty-years there has been much debate about the origins, practices, and the source of such healing energy. After having practiced Reiki for over fifteen years and becoming Shinto priest, I have seen some misconceptions, held by both critics of Reiki and those who make use of it for…

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