|Posted on March 21, 2012 at 12:30 AM||comments (2)|
I have practiced Animal Reiki since July 2010. (I also practice on people). My passion is to help neglected and abused animals. I volunteer for a dog rescue and own several rescued dogs and cats. I follow my heart (spirit), my Reiki Master Teacher, and Kathleen Prasad in using Animal Reiki. I have included two informative Reiki website links.
Rei means “spirit,” and Ki means “energy,” so Reiki translates to “spiritual energy.” All things are made of energy. Reiki travels through us from the Divine Source, we are the instument used to channel Reiki into someone or something that needs healing or calming.
Everyone has access to this energy regardless of religious background or education. Reiki is mostly used through the palms, but in reality Reiki flows through all our energy centers and pathways (i.e. chakras and meridians), so is moving throughout our whole body. The more you practice Reiki, the more you will feel the energy flow.
Reiki is also used to describe a Japanese energy healing system, rediscovered by Mikao Usui in the 1920's and used today for “hands-on” healing. The origin of Reiki is still a mystery. Some believe that it is very, very old from the time of Atlantis. There are many forms of Reiki today.
Reiki energy may feel like a wonderful glowing radiance or warmth that flows through and around you. People feel different things with Reiki energy and some may not feel anything at all, but Reiki is always working or flowing.
Reiki is ideal for use with animals because it is gentle and noninvasive. Animals are very receptive to Reiki energy. It doesn’t cause stress, discomfort, or pain. Animals respond intuitively to Reiki’s power to heal emotional, behavioral, and physical illnesses and injuries.
For animals who are healthy, Reiki helps to maintain their health, enhances relaxation and provides an emotional sense of peace and contentment.
For animals who are ill, Reiki is a wonderful healing method as well as a safe complement to Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine, homeopathy, flower essences, and all other forms of healing. For example, Reiki can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy, support an acupuncture treatment, and enhance the effects of flower essences.
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.
|Posted on March 1, 2012 at 9:35 PM||comments (0)|
I have practiced Animal Reiki since July 2010. I have three rescued pets. My passion is for neglected and abused animals and volunteer for a local dog rescue. I practice Reiki on my pets, others and myself daily. I follow the Code of Ethics that was developed by Kathleen Prasad founder of Animal Reiki Source.
In working on myself, I follow these practices:
In working in the community, I hold the following goals:
In working with the human companions of the animals, I will:
In working with the animals, I follow these guidelines:
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