What is Reiki?
Reiki is an ancient Japanese form of energy healing, which is now widely taught and practiced around the world.
Reiki is based on the premise that a universal life energy is present in all living things. When this energy becomes blocked, then discomfort and disease can occur. During a Reiki session, the practitioner facilitates the release of these energy blockages. Reiki is noninvasive and can do no harm.
Animals respond well to Reiki treatments which can assist them to heal emotional, behavioral and physical illnesses or injuries in a very gentle way. Animals decide how much Reiki they want to accept and for how long. They determine where they want the Reiki to help them, either physically, emotionally or both. Reiki is not intended as an alternative to veterinary care.
Reiki can be performed in person, hands on, or at a distance. Reiki is not limited by time, space, or distance; therefore, Reiki energy can be received just as effectively the other side of the world as it does when the practitioner and animal are in the same room.
Benefits of Reiki for Animals
Reiki can help your animal companion by
Providing relief from the effects of arthritis, rheumatism, and other debilitating conditions.
Accelerating the healing of post surgical trauma, wounds, breaks, and sprains.
Delaying the onset and progression of certain diseases.
Energizing and revitalizing an older animal.
Soothing and calming highly strung, hyperactive, or stressed animals.
Helping to alleviate lethargy and depression.
Helping with transitions such as moving from house to another; introduction to, or loss of, another pet.
Helping rescued animals adjust to their new surroundings and preparing them for a future in a stable family life.
Providing comfort, relief from pain, fear, and anxiety.
Animals, in common with all other living beings, have a chakra system. This system is a complex network of spinning, energy vortices (often called ‘petals’ in Eastern traditions) that run throughout the entire body. Universal energy (Prana, Chi, Ki) flows in and out of the chakras, along the meridian system, into the aura and then finally into the physical body. The energy flows two ways, inward and out. Therefore, every thought, act and emotion affects the chakras and is mirrored in the aura. Likewise, external stimuli, both positive and negative, have an effect on the chakras and leave their mark in the aura (including physical injuries). This is the same for animals and humans alike.
Animals have eight major chakras, 21 minor chakras and six bud chakras. Along with the seven major chakras that animals share with humans (Crown, Third Eye, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Sacral, and Root) there is one other major chakra unique to animals, which was discovered by the world's foremost, internationally renowned animal healer, Margrit Coates.
For those unfamiliar with the chakra system, if you imagine the subtle energy body (made up of chakras, linked to meridians and contained in the aura) as being like a car engine, and the physical body is the actual vehicle that the engine drives, it is not difficult to see that when the car starts to perform less effectively or even breaks down, that it’s the engine that needs repairing or re-tuning and not the car bodywork. It’s the same with the subtle energy body. When we re-charge/realign the chakras -- get them spinning in harmony and at the correct rate – you get the physical body running smoothly once again.
Animal Reiki can be done in office, via telephone, or skype. In-home service is available, please call Nando for special pricing.
DISCLAIMER: Animal Reiki is not a substitute for veterinary care. Information on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. You should consult with your veterinarian in case of any medical condition.