Benefits of Reiki promotes harmony and balance, creates deep relaxation, and releases stress and tension. Clears the mind and improves focus. Dissolves energy blocks and promotes balance between mind, body, and spirit. In-person or distant sessions. Reiki practitioner training for all levels.
Reiki healing benefits physical, mental and emotional health. Healing is given in a non-intrusive hands-on treatment and the recipient remains fully clothed. Some people feel very relaxed and may even fall asleep, others talk about what they are feeling. The healing energy can feel hot or cold, and there may be tingling sensations.
Seichem (pronounced say-keem) works in the same way as Reiki, with hands placed on the body, but in addition hands may be working in the aura which surrounds the body. It is reputedly one of the healing arts practiced in ancient Egypt. Reiki is one of the four elemental rays which make up Seichem - earth (Reiki), water, air and fire.
Seichem was rediscovered in 1980 by Patrick Zeigler while he was visiting Egypt and after spending the night in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid.
Seichem connects with our higher selves to establish healing in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. The energy is used to heal and stimulate personal development and growth. Spellings of the word differ but it always means power in a spiritual sense.
GODDESS ISIS SEICHIM REIKI
Isis Seichim is a variant of 7 Facet Seichim, which combines symbols from many different systems. It is an Ancient system of healing wisdom from the Temples of Egypt.
Karuna is a Sanskrit word that means “compassionate action” or “compassionate action accompanied by wisdom.” William Rand at the International Center of Reiki Training (ICRT) is credited with the development of Karuna Reiki in 1995.
It is believed that in the mid-1990’s several new healing techniques, including Karuna Reiki, came into existence in order to meet the changing needs of humanity and Mother Earth. As a species, we are currently in the process of raising our vibrational rate, and new healing techniques that access higher vibrational frequencies are needed to facilitate healing and transformation. For this reason, Reiki is often described as the trunk of a tree, and the additional healing techniques are often described as the branches of the tree.