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Reiki What is Reiki & What Does Reiki Mean?

Definitions of Reiki on the Web:As Presented by Google

is a healing approach that uses light touch from the practitioner to channel healing energy to the recipient. Used to relieve physical and emotional pain and to promote spiritual clarity, Reiki also speeds the healing process and balances the body's energy.
www.artofwellbeing.com/glossary.html

Reiki (pronounced Ray-Key) is a system of Enlightenment and a Hands on Healing art developed in the early 1900's by Mikao Usui in Japan. It is an art that is passed from Master to student. The word Reiki comes from two Japanese words - Rei and Ki, meaning universal life energy. The term "reiki" is used to describe both the energy and the Usui system of using it. The original system by Usui was called Usui Reiki Ryoho. There are many variant's of reiki being practiced these days. Included in this list might be Usui Shiki Ryoho, "Traditional Reiki" of the Takata-Furumoto line as practiced in America, Traditional Japanese Reiki developed from Hayashi's students in Japan and practiced in Canada, Various Non-Traditional Reiki Styles practiced by Independent Reiki Masters, Usui-Tibetan Reiki, Tibetan-Usui Reiki, Raku Kai Reiki, Tera Mai(tm) Reiki, Angelic Reiki and many others.
angelreiki.nu/reiki/ReikiGlossary.htm

Massage technique using subtle stationary hand positions on points of tension or injury; the therapists hands are usually fully extended, and palms applied to the affected area.
www.marriott.com/explore/spa/glossary.asp

is a gentle, non-invasive, ancient form of natural healing. The practitioner places his/her hands onthe recipient's clothed body, moving the hands every few minutes. It is a form of energy work that works on the physical, etheric, and subtle bodies by restoring and balancing the natural life force energy within the body.
www.nfipa.org/terms.htm


In Reiki, a practitioner's hands are very gently placed on the fully-clothed body of a person in a variety of established places on the head, chest, abdomen, and back. This scientific method of activating and balancing the life-force energy (also known as prana, qi or chi) was brought to the West in 1937 by Saici Takata. Light hand placement is used on the body in order to align the chakras and channel energy to organs and glands. Reiki can be used as a form of health maintenance and disease prevention, and can be applied as a self-help technique, or used on others.
www.chronogram.com/healthyliving/glossary.htm


  Although Reiki takes its name from Japanese words meaning "transcendental spirit" and "vital life force energy," teachers link this energy technique to traditional Tibetan medicine.
www.naturalchoice.net/glossary.htm


A healing system that redirects energy in the body by the utilization of gentle hand placements on the body.
www.garyflegal.com/glossary.htm


An ancient Tibetan healing system in which light hand placements channel healing energies to the patient. Used to treat emotional and mental distress as well as chronic and acute physical problems, it assists the patient in achieving spiritual focus and clarity.
www.hr.state.or.us/pain/glossarydefinition.html


Reiki is a Japanese touch therapy for relaxation and pain relief that also promotes healing. Although Reiki is "hands-on", unlike massage, Reiki is administered through a very gentle touch. While the patient is seated or lying down and fully clothed, the practitioner's hand are placed along energy centers and pathways on the head, neck, shoulders, upper chest, abdomen, legs, and feet (similar to those used in acupuncture).
www.harthosp.org/IntMed/glossary.asp


A form of chakra healing and a variation of laying on of hands. Reiki is supposed to work simultaneously on emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual "levels" and does not have any limitations. The word "reiki" combines two Japanese expressions: rei, which means "spirit" or "soul," and ki ("energy," "life force").
www.hfsc.org/AboutUs/glossary.asp


Reiki is the use of cosmic or universal energy, channelled through the healer to provide the necessary healing.
www.spirit-path.net/glossary.htm


The ancient art of balancing the body's energy.
www.copperhood.com/spa-facilities/spa-glossary/spa-glossary.htm


A complementary therapy. Practitioners believe that, by releasing the body's universal energy (reiki), they can stimulate the natural healing mechanisms and balance the emotions. See reiki section.
www.cancernorth.nhs.uk/text/glossary/glossary_r.asp


Spiritual energy that is channeled by one attuned to the Reiki power. Literally translated God energy.
www.lighthousetrails.com/glossary.htm


(Japanese): Therapy that works with energy. Originated in Japan.
www.iespana.es/boabom/dictionary.htm


During Reiki, which means"universal life-force energy," the "healer" becomes a channeler of universal energy. The treatment follows a traditional pattern of hand positions resting on the body without pressure. Reiki is pure energy, and brings about deep relaxation and healing.
home.swbell.net/entrodsl/MassageDefinitions.htm


is a form of energy healing that is used to reduce stress and increase energy, peace and feelings of well-being.
www.altmedinc.com/HMO/HMOGlossaryterm.html


Meaning "life force energy"; a Japanese Buddhist healing technique that channels energy through the hands of the practitioner.
www.sitesinteractive.com/spas/spaterms.htm


Spirit power. Non demons/youkai uses these powers, like Kuwabara and Yusuke (in the beginning).
www.geocities.com/switch_on2000/yyh/yukigloss.html


May be defined as spiritually guided life force energy.
www.massageworks.to/glossary.htm



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