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     This journey I stepped into, is the earliest one and the one I
came to see its worth, waaaay too late, almost 2 decades after
receiving my initiation... Looking back, my path to healing
methods was slowly paved, so slow that I came to realize
rather late! I always knew I wanted to help people to stop their
physical, emotional pain but did not know for sure, “how?”.

It must have been 2003 when I was working in one of the most
prestigious private universities in the country and met this
master’s student with whom I became friends with, that
I met Reiki and my Reiki Master Güler Uluçay Yüce.  Then I forgot all about it for almost 2 decades… Just to have it come back into my life when I needed it!

     Maybe you’ve heard of Reiki but don’t quite know what it is. Maybe you’re considering Reiki but aren’t sure whether it’s right for you. Or maybe your doctor has suggested Reiki as a form of therapy complementary to your existing medical treatments. Whatever your questions, I am here to help. I will walk you through the basics of Reiki — a safe, gentle, non-invasive form of natural hands-on, energy-based healing — and what it can do for your body.


What is Reiki?

     Reiki is an energy recuperating method advancing unwinding, decreasing pressure and tension through delicate touch. Reiki professionals utilize their hands to convey energy to your body, working on the stream and equilibrium of your energy to help recuperating. It depends on the possibility that all living things have an extraordinary energy moving through them called life energy ("Qi", in Chinese, "Ki" in Japanese). At the point when your life energy is high, you'll feel solid and certain, be more loose and focused and less inclined to become ill. At the point when it is low, you'll regularly feel tired, be all the more handily impacted by pressure and less impervious to sickness.

     Mikao Usui developed Reiki in the early 1900s, getting the term from the Japanese words rei, signifying "universal," and ki, which alludes to the indispensable everyday routine power energy that courses through all experiencing things. Presently, Reiki is utilized everywhere, remembering for emergency clinics and hospices, to supplement different types of wellbeing medicines.


     "Reiki supports recuperating by assisting individuals with turning out to be vigorously adjusted - physically,  mentally, emotionally and spiritually " says Cleveland Clinic Licensed Massage Therapist and Reiki Master Victoria Bodner.


Why Reiki?

     Reiki advances unwinding, stress decrease and indication alleviation to work on by and large health and wellbeing. A treatment can feel like a warm gleaming brilliance that courses through the body. It is an exceptionally loosening up experience and a few customers report the body feeling weighty as it unwinds but then the soul or feelings feeling light simultaneously. A treatment will typically convey emotional and mental stress and  leave the customer feeling more good, happy and with sensations of wellbeing.

It can:

     Foster tissue and bone healing after injury or surgery.

     Stimulate your body’s immune system.

     Promote natural self-healing.

     Relieve pain and tension.

     Support the well-being of people receiving traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy, 

     radiation, surgery and kidney dialysis.

     Studies show that Reiki treatment may create feelings of:





Can Reiki replace traditional treatments?

     No! Reiki treatment should not be used as a substitute for the consultation of a physician or a psychotherapist.

“Reiki complements other types of medical and therapeutic treatments, and it can increase the efficacy of other types of healing,” Bodner says.

     If you’re already in good health, though, regular Reiki treatments can enhance your ability to respond to stress and serve as a form of preventive medicine.

What conditions does Reiki treat?

     “Because it works on the entire self – mind, body and emotions – and because it is universal life force energy, Reiki may be successful in all types of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing,” Bodner says.

     Reiki isn’t specific to any particular type of disease or condition but may help people with:


     Chronic pain.


     Digestive problems.

     Parkinson’s disease.

     Psychological distress, including depression and anxiety.

     Stress-related illnesses.

     Reiki can also help you prepare for surgery, which may help boost your recovery afterward.


How does Reiki work?

     Reiki practitioners act as a conduit between you and the source of the universal life force energy. The energy flows through the practitioner’s hands to you.

Scientific Explanation for Reiki

     There is a scientific explanation for Reiki that is based on scientific studies and factual information. This explanation has been presented as a testable hypothesis by James Oschman, Ph.D.

Dr. Oschman is a scientist with a conventional background who became interested in the practice of energy medicine. Through research, he discovered a number of important scientific studies that point to a scientific basis for energy medicine based on the laws of physics and biology. These findings are discussed in an interview, “Science and the Human Energy Field,” published in the Winter 2002 issue of Reiki News Magazine.

     The electrical currents that run through every part of the human body provide the basis for Dr. Oschman’s hypothesis. These currents are present in the nervous system, organs, and cells of the body. For instance, the electrical signals that trigger the heartbeat travel throughout all the tissues of the body and can be detected anywhere on the body.

     Ampere’s law indicates that when an electrical current flows through a conductor, an electromagnetic field is produced that reflects the nature of the current that created it. Tests with scientific instruments indicate that electromagnetic fields exist around the body and around each of the organs of the body, including the brain, heart, kidneys, liver, stomach, etc. The heart has the strongest field, which has been measured at a distance of 15 feet from the body.

     The fields around each of the organs pulse at different frequencies and stay within a specific frequency range when they are healthy, but move out of this range when they are unhealthy. The hands of healers produce pulsing electromagnetic fields when they are in the process of healing, whereas the hands of non-healer do not produce these fields. When a healer places his or her hands on or near a person in need of healing, the electromagnetic field of the healer’s hands sweeps through a range of frequencies based on the needs of the part of the body being treated. Faraday’s law indicates that one electromagnetic field can induce currents into a nearby conductor and through this process, induce a similar field around it. In this way, a healer induces a healthy electromagnetic field around an unhealthy organ, thus inducing a healthy state in the organ. A detailed explanation of this hypothesis, including descriptions of the scientific studies, diagrams, and references is presented in the interview mentioned above.

     “The patient determines the energy flow from the practitioner’s hands by taking only what they need,” Bodner says. “This helps the patient know that we are supporting them only in what they need rather than what we think they need. This makes it the perfect balance to meet the patient’s needs.”


What happens during a Reiki session?

     Reiki treatments typically last about 50 minutes. During a session, you’ll lie on a massage table fully clothed, as your Reiki practitioner gently places their hands, palms down, on or just above your body in specific energy locations. They use a series of 12 to 15 different hand positions.

     “The length of time that the practitioner leaves their hands in each position is determined by the flow of energy through their hands at each location,” Bodner explains.

Reiki differs from other touch therapies in that there is no pressure, massage or manipulation involved.


What does Reiki feel like? 

     “You may experience the energy in the form of sensations like heat, tingling or pulsing where the Reiki practitioner has placed their hands,” Bodner says. “Sometimes, people feel sensations moving throughout the body, while other people do not perceive any change at all.”

Most people feel very relaxed and peaceful during Reiki treatment, and many fall asleep during the process.

(*) Allopathic medicine refers to a system in which medical doctors and other healthcare professionals (such as nurses, pharmacists, and therapists) treat symptoms and diseases using drugs, radiation, or surgery. Also called biomedicine, conventional medicine, mainstream medicine, orthodox medicine, and Western medicine

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