is a natural healing method thousands of years old
heals on all
physical, emotional, mental andspiritual. Reiki is
that which sustains life and promotes healing in
practitioners are channels forthispowerful
healing energy.Traditional Usui Reiki
degrees. A Reiki student isinitiated by a Reiki
way ofattunements, which
the healing energy. This powerful healing
method can be
learned by anyone. Reiki is not
a religion or religious cult.It
has no dogma or specific doctrine ofbeliefs. A
recipient of Reiki energy willreceive benefits whether that
in the power of Reiki or not. Schedule a Reiki treatment for yourself
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be treated and comforted with Reiki energy. No one knows exactly what
an animal experiences during a Reiki session, but something in them
seems to let go and relax. They normally will become very still and
seem to sense that something very special is taking place, and
gratefully take the energy in.
Animals respond very well to Reiki, and just like humans, Reiki can be
used for all types of illnesses, injuries and emotional problems. Reiki
can accelerate the healing process of animals, ease pain, and improve
or help to continue their quality of life.
The healing principles of Reiki are the same whether you are treating a
family member, your neighbor, a complete stranger, or an animal. The
Reiki energy flows just the same in all cases. Animal anatomy is very
similar to human anatomy, so you can usually judge hand positions
fairly easily if you are trying to treat specific organs.
It is very unusual to encounter an animal who will not readily accept
Reiki. In addition, they usually show you by their body positions where
to place your hands; be aware of how they turn their body towards your
hands. As with humans, if you find an area on an animal that seems to
draw a lot of energy, spend more time
on that area.
Reiki helps to maintain their overall health, and will enhancerelaxation and
promote a sense of
peace and contentment.
Reiki is a safe, natural method for treating animals who are sick, and
as with humans, will enhance the benefits of any other therapies or
treatments the animal is receiving, as well as reduce the side effects
For animals who
ill, Reiki can provide a gentle though powerful method of
relieving pain, fear and anxiety, and providing peace and comfort for
the animal during this difficult time.
It is always a good idea to treat an animals endoctrine glands. (Pineal
and Pituitary, Thyroid and Thymus, Adrenals, Pancreas, Gonads and
Ovaries). Absentee healings can be done if the animal is very restless,
or seems too dangerous for a hands-on treatment. A good way to soothe
an animal before treating is to pet and softly stroke the
Once the animal has relaxed, follow your intuition as to the hand
Reiki can delay the onset and progression of certain diseases in
animals, and can energize and revitalize older animals. For dying
animals, Reiki is a powerful yet gentle way to provide comfort, relief
from pain, fear, and anxiety, and to ease the transition to death.
Reiki practitioners know that Reiki affects body, spirit and soul, and
as such it is very good to use on pets with behavior problems or those
with signs of abuse. Understand that abused pets won't usually want to
be touched at first. Try talking to them in a soothing voice. Use slow
movements, and try beaming Reiki to the animal. Once they feel the
Reiki energy they tend to calm down, sometimes very quickly.
Pets, especially cats and dogs, will usually remain lying down during
the Reiki session for as long as they need the healing. When they've
had enough they usually will stand up or move away. Normally, 20 to 30
minutes is plenty for an animal.
Generally animals like being touched behind the ears, on the head,
above the eyes, and under the chin, but also like to be touched on the
belly, chest and back.
Following are some suggestions for treating animals:
Put your hands
on the bird cage, or hold the bird in one hand with the other hand over
Place your hands
on the fish tank.
Cats and Dogs:
your hands behind the ears, One hand on top of the head and the other
under the throat, Hands on the belly, back, hips, or specific organs.
You can also treat injured or pain areas directly or through bandages.
Horses and Cows:
Between the eyes, on the head, behind the ears, back, hips, the neck,
and directly on injured areas and over bandages.
Zoo animals or
If possible use hands-on treatments. If not, use distance healing.
*Reiki will also
the healing process for animals who have undergone surgery.*
If you have a pet, experiment with giving them Reiki. I'm sure you will
find that they will enjoy the loving energy of Reiki. It's also a good
way to maintain your pet's health.