Maybe you’ve heard a lot about Reiki energy healing. Maybe you know about the 5 Reiki principles. But what are the 3 pillars of Reiki?
The 5 Reiki principles are based on the 3 pillars of Reiki. The pillars are for clearing, setting an intention and then releasing expectations, control and witnessing the session.
3 Pillars of Reiki + Meditation
The three pillars of Reiki are Gassho (Gash-Show), Reiji-Ho (Ray-Gee-Hoe), and Chiryo (Chi-Rye-Oh). So how can they be incorporated into energy healing practices?
It’s not easy to find time to meditation each day. But what if you can improve your daily meditation practice so that you can receive the more benefits in less amount of time?
Gassho means “two hands coming together.” Gassho helps to hold the intention of gratitude, respect, focus, balance and connection to collective consciousness.
The Gassho hand position help focus and quiet the mind during meditation. Place the hands in prayer position with eyes close and bring awareness to the tip of the middle fingers. If the mind wanders, gently press the middle fingers together and refocus.
In a seated position, place your hands in gassho position
Focus on where your two middle fingers meet
Let your thoughts fall away
Recite the 5 Reiki principles out loud or in your mind
When finished, send the intention of gratitude
If you find this meditation beneficial, it is recommended that you perform it in the morning and evening for 15-30 minutes ideally for one month. You may find it useful to make notes of your experiences as you meditate as well as how your life situation changes over time.
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Reiji means “indication of the Reiki power.” Ho means “methods.” Reiji-Ho consists of three short rituals that can be performed before each Reiki session.
Raise your hands, in Gassho position, in front of your heart. With eyes closed, ask for the Reiki energy to flow through you.
Ask for the healing and wellbeing of the recipient. Raise your hands to your third eye and ask to be guided to where the Reiki energy is needed.
Allow your hands to be guided. Detach from any desires you may have regarding the outcome of the session and trust the Reiki energy and your intuition.
Chiryo means “treatment.” Chiryo is performed by the practitioner holding their dominant hand above the client’s crown chakra.
The practitioner follows their intuition to move their hands throughout the session. The Reiki practitioner continues to use their intuition with regard to hand placement until they are called to end the session.
The body and consciousness are connected by breath. We breathe in oxygen for physical survival and universal life force to nourish and cleanse our spirit.
Joshin Kokyu-ho is a helpful breathing method for reducing your stress and purifying your mind and body. It is also a great meditation for both cleansing and healing.
Begin in a comfortable standing or sitting position with hands in Gassho position. Close the eyes and breathe slowly, through your nose. Let go of any tension.
Hold your hands up as high as possible, and visualize the light (Reiki) showering into the whole of the body.
As you breathe out, visualize that the light filling your body is spreading out in all directions, filling the room and beyond.
Performing this meditation regularly will strengthen your connection to Reiki. Some also find it will increase their intuitive abilities as well.
The Dan Tian is located in the abdomen between the navel and pubic bone. The Dan Tian holds a reservoir of energy.
By taking time to connect with this energy point, you can increase your vitality and ensure you are a clear channel for Reiki energy.
Bring your mind to Dan Tian and listen to your breathing. While you are breathing in, visualize that white light (Reiki) is filling your head, and down the center of your body into the Dan Tian.
During the pause between inhalation and exhalation, the light spreads to all parts of your body. Feel that the healing process is happening.
As you exhale, visualize that the light filling your body is spreading out in all directions, filling the room and beyond.
Reiki for health, finances, relationships and pets.
More people around the world are beginning to pursue Reiki treatments for their health, finances, relationships, careers, and animal pets.
Celebrity health expert Dr. Oz suggests Reiki to many clients who wish to lose weight to those who are simply pursuing a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Oz stated: “We are embarking on this whole new vista of opportunities. It broadens dramatically the spectrum of where we might be able to go in our bodies.”
New trend by celebs and mainstream media?
There’s been a lot of hype around the health benefits of Reiki energy healing despite the holistic practice having been around for centuries. In fact, Reiki has been covered quite a bit in mainstream media, from Newsweek, The Drs, Oprah, and even Vanity Fair.
Regardless of the hype, Reiki has been used to enhance the effectiveness of various healing modalities for many decades. The healing energy will go where it is needed and do what is needed to facilitate shifts and natural healing.
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