Reiki & Chakra upgrades

What is Reiki?

Rei = divine wisdom; Ki = universal life force

Reiki is a form of alternative medicine developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui. Since its origination in Japan, Reiki has been adapted into varying cultural traditions across the world.

It is a healing technique based on the principle that the therapist can transfer universal energy into the recipient through the palms, to activate the natural healing processes of the body and restore physical and emotional well-being. 

It is said to dissolve the illusions of fear and empowers the soul to reveal the authentic and loving truth as it fills the entire being with love, peace and a deep knowing that all obstacles can be overcome.

Within the context of a session, reiki energy serves as a tool to tune into the state of the chakra system and align the energy centers and allow for any insight, changes or “upgrades” the higher self is wanting to provide in the moment. Each experience is unique and we all have unique gifts, life purpose and life circumstances therefore each session is intuitively guided resulting in a unique outcome.

What are Chakras?

“Chakra” in Sanskrit translates to wheel or disk and refers to energy centers within our body. Traditionally there are seven chakras which run from the base of the spine up to the crown:

  1. Located at the base of the spine, the root (muladhara) chakra forms between conception and about 12 months. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop continuously throughout childhood as we take in messages regarding our safety, security and abundance from those around us, especially our primary care givers. The muladhara chakra is associated with the color red and is tuned to a frequency of 256Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as behavior ruled by fear, greed or paranoia and can be balanced through movement that grounds the body such as gardening and spending time outdoors, taking an active interest in our finances and spending wisely, de-cluttering our home or office, and being mindful that our surroundings are a direct representation of our inner-self. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, sound therapy, chakra stones and visualizing our roots connecting deep into the earth.
  2. Located just below the navel, the sacral (svadhishthana) chakra forms during childhood between 6 month to 2 years. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop continuously throughout childhood as we receive praise for our creativity, bodily functions and decisions. This fades over time and at a certain point the feedback we receive turns negative as our creations become not so “cute” and we get pushed towards productivity instead. The svadhishthana chakra is associated with the color orange and is tuned to a frequency of 288Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as explosive emotions, manipulation or addiction and can be balanced through foods we eat, exercise and play, being mindful with thoughts and behavior, and shedding relationships that are emotionally draining or unhealthy. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, aroma therapy, yoga, meditation as well as visualizing any negative cords be “cut” from what no longer serves us and replacing those areas with new healing energy.
  3. Located just below the rib cage, the solar plexus (manipura) chakra forms during childhood between 18 month to 4 years. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop throughout puberty as we cultivate our self-esteem and our ability to manifest our desires which is heavily influenced by our peers. The manipura chakra is associated with the color yellow and is tuned to a frequency of 320Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as poor health, low self-esteem or emotional distress and can be balanced through foods we eat, exercise and adventure, cultivating our instincts and the ability to take risks. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, sun gazing, yoga, fire meditation as well as learning how to distinguish ego versus intuition.
  4. Located directly above the heart, the heart (anahata) chakra forms during childhood between ages 4 years to 7 years. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop from childhood onward and is considered to be our first spiritual chakra as we open a doorway to other dimensions within our experience of reality. The anahata chakra is associated with the color green and is tuned to a frequency of 341Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as shyness, loneliness, lack of empathy, jealousy or codependency and can be balanced through foods we eat, spending time in nature, affirmations and breathing meditations, as well as developing the ability to forgive and let go. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, yoga, meditation and any form of self love. The ultimate goal is to be open with emotions and accept all forms emotions, stop clinging to feelings and reside in the present moment, and above all practice the art of acceptance.
  5. Located in the neck, the throat (vishuddha) chakra forms during childhood between ages 7 years to 12 years. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop from childhood onward and is considered to be our first metaphysical chakra dictating our sensitivity to the energy others put out as well as influencing our self talk and criticism. The vishuddha chakra is associated with the color blue and is tuned to a frequency of 384Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as insecurity, timidity, and introversion and can be balanced through singing, mindful talk, writing, drinking water and practicing the art of letting go of what we cannot control. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, yoga, positive affirmations, aroma therapy and sound therapy as well as releasing the lines of contention.
  6. Located between the brows, the third eye (ajna) chakra forms during adolescence as we develop our intuition and ability to manifest. The energetic patterns for this chakra develop mindfully as we follow and rely on our own imagination and our own inner guidance. The ajna chakra is associated with the color indigo and is tuned to a frequency of 448Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up as having a deep feeling of insignificance or loss of greater purpose, indecisiveness, migraines or eye discomfort and can be balanced by practicing the art of stillness and meditation. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, sun gazing, yoga nidra, visual art, aromatherapy and living in the now.
  7. Located at he crown of the head, the crown (sahaswara) chakra forms and develops throughout life as we realize that divinity is within and the more we invite it to come forth the more universal guidance we connect with. The sahaswara chakra is associated with the color violet and is tuned to a frequency of 480Hz. Imbalances in this chakra tend to show up clinging to any belief from anyone claiming to be a wise person, depression or alienation and can be balanced through meditation, choosing love in all situations and asking “do I want to be right or do I want peace”. This chakra responds well to energy healing such as reiki, yoga, meditation, aromatherapy, affirmations and prayer and learning to discern between ego and intuition.

How to book and prepare for a session?

This type of session takes approximately 90 minutes and includes three parts; a chat where the concerns and reasons for the session are explored, followed by a relaxing 60 minute energy exchange where universal energy is transferred through the practitioner to the client while soothing sounds play in the background, closing with a conversation about the outcome, intuitive feedback or feelings observed throughout the session.

Note that essential oils might be diffused prior and during your session as well as sage or palo santo so, please advise if you are sensitive to either of these and the space will be prepared for you accordingly.

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