Reiki

There are approximately 1,500,000 Reiki monthly searches on the Internet (compared to medication 3,300,000). We are trained and taught not to believe without proof – but these searches must mean something to many people…

What is Reiki?

Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is, in its simplest translation, universal life energy. It is referred to in other cultures as “chi”, “prana” (India), or “spirit”. It is the life force that exists in all things. The practise of Reiki is the art of channelling this universal life energy, or force, to promote spiritual, mental, and physical well-being.

Reiki involves directing the natural flow of energy to build up the individual’s energy resources. A good analogy is to liken to recharging a battery. Reiki works much the same way. If you are suffering from an illness (physical, mental, or spiritual), this is an indication that your energy supply is lessened; Reiki works to assist your body/mind in building your energy level back up to its optimum level and promoting its natural flow, enhancing your own natural healing powers alongside any medical treatment you are receiving.

Reiki healing has been practised successfully for thousands of years, although this treatment was kept a Sacred Secret by Tibetan Monks as to how they did it – until 1926 when a mystical revelation was received by Dr Mikao Usui (pictured), to train and attune others, so that many more people could receive the powerful benefits of Reiki.

Suspend your belief and imagine that we are all connected….

 Why learn Reiki?

The Panesar Wellbeing Reiki Master Teacher has always felt heat in his hands. When he was hurt, or felt sick, he always placed his hand over the area. Reiki for him is much more than ”life force energy”. He personally believes we all have to an extent the ability to treat ourselves by how we think (subconsciously), how we behave and how we react to different situations. Therefore, if we have the true intention to help each other feel better, more relaxed and less stressed – he truly feels people will benefit. For example, when he was in hospital, people prayed or wished him good wishes – just knowing this gave him so much hope and belief.

 

NOT SO SMALL PRINT: Panesar Wellbeing employees are not medical advisors. We cannot guarantee any cures, and Reiki is not a substitute for medical treatment. There are no side effects. Reiki often works as an excellent complimentary therapy to existing medical care.