Reiki | San Francisco: Dr. Smith Provides Reiki in SF at his office on on Castro Street. Reiki approaches healing in a natural and gentle way focusing on the energetic systems of the body. It is sometimes used to address pain and suffering associated with unexpressed emotions, emotional suffering, and past traumas.
“First the mind must be healed. Second, the body must be made sound. If the mind is healthy, conforming to a path of integrity, then the body becomes sturdy of its own accord.”
~ Mikao Usui (1865-1926), Discoverer of Reiki
Reiki | San Francisco
Reiki (ray-key) is a natural healing energetic technique. People use similar techniques across the world as the first step in addressing health concerns. Even though it has only recently become popular in the West, Reiki has been practiced in various forms for hundreds, probably thousands of years.
Reiki is simple to learn but can have profound effects on the body. It helps the body to heal. Western medicine has yet to accept Reiki as a valid healing technique. We don’t yet fully understand it.
A Reiki practitioner transfers Reiki energy through the laying on of hands. A standard treatment includes placing the hands in positions around the head, shoulders, stomach, and feet. In addition, the practitioner may use other positions for specific concerns the client may have. The practitioner holds each position for between five and ten minutes, and the entire treatment lasts right around an hour.
A treatment benefits both the client and practitioner and provides deep relaxation. Reiki does not focus on specific issues as is often the case with both Chiropractic and Sports Massage. Rather, it approaches the body as a whole helping to energize and balance the receiver.
CHO KU REI
Cho Ku Rei is a power symbol that increases power ind the body and decrease powers when used in reverse. The symbol is also used for manifestation. Since times unknown the farmers in the Indian agrarian society have used this symbol while planting their fields.
SEI HEI KI
Sei Hei Ki helps in purification of the body and gaining emotional balance. The general meaning of sei he ki is “God and man become one,” and the drawing of the symbol for sei he ki resembles either a wave cresting and getting ready to crash over a beach or a bird’s wing. It can also aid in balancing the right and left sides of the brain and is often though of as a symbol of protection.
HON SHA ZE SHO NEN
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen or the “Pagoda” sends Reiki energy long distance across space and time It can transform itself into a key that will unlock the Akashic Records. This symbol is used for working on the inner child or past live issues.
Raku, also known as the “fire serpent” helps to ground the practitioner and receiver after a Reiki session. Drawn from head to ground, the purpose of raku is to allow the body to receive the benefits of Reiki—much like how savasana is used at the end of yoga to help the body absorb all the benefits of the practice.
DAI KO MYO
This symbol is a nourishing and enlightening one, and it is the most sacred Reiki symbol. It also has the highest vibration and the most transformative power of the Reiki symbols. Dai ko myo is the empowerment symbol, and means “great enlightenment” or “bright shining light.”