Reiki hand positions
Each position is normally held for one energy cycle. Let the energy/heat build up and when it starts to diminish move to the next position. The back positions need in general less time for each energy cycle. The energy has already filtered through to the back when the front was treated.
If you experience pain or any other discomfort, threat this area direct and if necessary let several energy cycles pass. Let your intuition and Reiki Guides direct you.
...and remember, it is not only humans who benefits from receiving a Reiki treatment. Pets loves it!
1 - Covers eyes, sinuses and the front of the cerebrum.
This position provides comfort for blocked sinuses, allergies, tired eyes and helps relieve headache pain. It also covers the brow chakra.
15 - Grounding the client.
Finally it is always recommended to complete the healing by this grounding position. Hands over the feet chakras.
3 - Covers the brain lobes.
This position sends energy to the pituitary gland, the thalamus and the hypothalamus. It heals biochemical and hormonal imbalances as well as emotional and mental disorders.
Note: In some states the law requires that you are a licensed physician, massage therapist or nurse to touch your clients. If you don't have any of these qualifications treat the patient through the aura by doing the hand positions about 5 cm (2 inches) from the body.
4 - Covers the back of the head.
This position sends Reiki energy into the cerebrum and into the cerebellum. It is a good position to treat a compromised immune system and to help relieve headache pain.
5 - Covers the throat.
This position focuses on the thyroid gland. It helps opening the throat chakra and benefits communication and treatment of sore throat.
6 - Covers the upper chest.
This position treats the thymus gland and is used to treat emotions such as stress and fear.
7 - Covers the lover chest.
This position sends Reiki to the lungs, the liver, the stomach, the spleen and the blood circulating through the abdominal aorta and other major arteries to these organs.
It relieves stress and speeds up digestion.
8 - Covers the intestines and it benefits the gall bladder.
This position also relieves stress, specially if you have a nervous stomach or if you use to swallow your anger.
10 - Covers the pubic bone.
This position sends Reiki to the appendix, bladder, the reproductive organs and the prostate gland.
12 - Covers the middle back.
Reiki is directed to the kidneys, pancreas, gall bladder, liver and intestines.
13 - Cover the waistline.
Here the energy is directed towards the large muscles over the lower back.
14 - Cover the lower back and sacrum.
The Reiki energy is directed to the sciatic, sacral, glutei and pudenda nerves.
9 - Covers the small intestines.
This position sends Reiki to the Sacral Chakra. When this chakra opens you will feel the flow of creative life energy through your body, mind and soul.
11 - Covers the shoulder blades.
This position sends Reiki to the adrenal glands. It gives considerable stress relief by sending Reiki to these fight or flight hormone producers.
2 - Covers ears and temples.
This position help to heal ear infections and it also sends Reiki to the thalamus, hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands.
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Please note that nothing in these pages are intended to constitute medical advise.
Consult your physician for medical advice and treatment.
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