Distance Reiki treatments are as effective as in-person treatments. First, you contact me via phone or email to arrange a time for your treatment. At this time, we will talk more about Reiki and any questions you may have about distance healing work.
At the time of your treatment, I recommend that you go to a quiet place and lay down to rest. You may even want to play some relaxing music. I suggest to turn off your phone so that you are not interrupted. It's not necessary to be in a quiet place in order to receive a distance Reiki treatment, but you will be more relaxed and will likely enjoy the experience more if you are comfortable.
During the treatment, I make a connection to you using Reiki techniques learned during my Reiki certification training. I generally begin by working on your head and throat, and then working on the front and back of the body. During the treatment, you may feel calm and peaceful, and you may even feel the energy moving through your body. Sensations experienced are similar to those described for in-person treatments.
The energy you feel is Reiki; I only act as a conduit for the energy, the same as with an in-person treatment. You draw in the Reiki you need and you are truly the healer here.
You may choose to receive either a 30 minute full body or 30 minute target area(s) distance Reiki Therapy session.
At the close of the treatment, I mentally thank you for allowing me the privilege of being part of your Reiki treatment. When we scheduled the appointment, you may have requested a follow-up call, in which case I will call you a few minutes after the treatment has ended to see if you have any questions. Many people don't like to be disturbed after the treatment, so if you prefer I can email you or call you the next day.
Reiki does not take the place of medical or psychiatric care. I cannot offer any type of diagnosis or prescription. I'm happy to share with you more about distance healing or discuss anything that came up for you in the treatment.