What You May Experience During A Reiki Treatment

face-1247955_1920During a Reiki treatment you may have physical and/or emotional responses to the treatment or you may experience nothing but relaxation. Reiki energy works on a subtle level which has profound results. You may notice immediate impacts from the Reiki treatment or the impact may not become apparent until in the following days and weeks. During the Reiki treatment you may experience:
A sensation of heat
Involuntary movements
Rumbling stomach
A sensation of cold
Fall asleep
Memory flashes
See colors
Pins and needles
Past life flashes
Emotional responses
Sense Reiki Practitioners hands moving
Release of tension and stress
Deep relaxation

Some of the physical effects of a Reiki treatment can be seen using thermographic photography as shown below. Reiki changes the energy flow in the body when the chakras are balanced as seen in the photos take after the Reiki treatment. The photos below show the body energy before a Reiki treatment and then 2 hours after the Reiki treatment.

Thermogrphy of Reiki


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