We hear and read a lot about using Reiki to heal and re-balance ourselves but have you ever considered how Reiki could help animals? As a Reiki Master/Teacher I am aware of just how responsive animals can be to Reiki energy, this is due to their senses being more finely tuned than humans. Touch alone can have a calming and relaxing effect but when used in conjunction with Reiki your hands can become a powerful “healing” tool.
As with humans every animal responds differently when receiving Reiki. How an animal responds during and after Animal Reiki will be determined on how in or out of balance the animal‟s chakras are.
What is Animal Reiki?
Reiki is a secular enlightenment system as well as a re-balancing system developed by Mikao Usui in Japan in the early 1900‟s. It is not attached to any religion and requires no belief system. Reiki is pronounced ray-key and is a Japanese word. Rei means universal and Ki meaning life force energy. Universal life force energy is what sustains all life on our planet, it all around us, it is known in Vedic tradition as prana, chi in China and qudra in Arabic. Through giving Reiki we are channelling universal life force energy to animals to aid their health and well-being. We do not generate the energy but receive it from the universe. We do not have any special energy or powers as animal reiki practitioners we simply receive it and pass it on to the animal we are treating.
Those who are attuned to Animal Reiki have their body channels opened and cleared of blockages this enables them to receive an increase of life force energy. Prior to an attunement, all people have universal life force energy. However, after the attunement process, you become more sensitive to the energy and develop the ability to channel it. In order to understand Reiki, it is important to consider the meaning of health. Health is a state of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well being, it does not simply refer to the absence of disease or ailment, but also the
maintenance of those systems. Animal Reiki treats animals as a whole and takes a holistic approach to maintaining their well being. It works on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. In order for the animals we treat to be healthy, we need to have balance in all these areas.
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Founder: Amanda Davies