Reiki & Meditation
What Is Reiki?
The art of laying on of hands is as old as the hills. People have been doing it since the beginning of time. It is natural instinct to put your hands on someone who has been hurt or is not well. Mothers are one example of this. When a child is hurt mothers often put their hands on the injured spot. Human touch conveys healing care and love. This energy is known by many names, Chi in China, Prana in India, Ruach by the Hebrews and Reiki by the Japanese.
This energy is the natural energy used by Reiki practitioners. The Reiki healer has access to this energy in a more powerful way because the attunements he or she has received clears the blockages from the body energy channels. The attunements also give an increase in the healers own life energies, and connect the person to the source of Reiki. Reiki is not connected to any religion.
Reiki relaxes and rejuvenates
The practitioner will lay their hands on the seven chakra points.(energy centres in the body) The client will probably feel the hands becoming very warm, they may experience various sensations or ‘see’ colours. Everyone is different, so therefore, everybody’s experience is different but nearly everyone feels extremely relaxed. The more sessions they have the better they feel.
GUIDED MEDITATION WORKSHOP
10.00am to 4.00pm The day consists of 7 guided imageries with debriefing after each one:-
2/ The Advisor. Who will be with us through most of the other imageries.
3/ Disarming the Rebel. Compromise with the Rebel to stop it from sabotaging.
4/ The healing waterfall. Where we cleanse ourselves inside and out.
5/ The Healer. Who will heal aspects of our life and help us move forwards.
6/ The Crystal Cave. Where Merlin will release magic into our lives.
7/ Back to the forest To show how we have changed from the first visit.
The lunch break is for 45mins where you can bring your own or go to one of the local shops.