What is Reiki: Reiki Energy Work & Life Coaching Dallas TX

Reiki Dallas: Healing Reiki Energy Chakra Balancing Dallas TX Energy Work by Kevin ForesmanReiki (pronounced Ray-key) is an ancient spiritual healing modality that brings you into a deepened state of relaxation so that your body can begin to heal itself. This technique is a laying of hands on or above the body in various positions by the Reiki Practitioner so that positive universal healing energy can flow into the areas of the body that need healing the most. The Reiki Practitioner is the conduit for this spiritually guided healing energy to flow into your bio-energetic field. This energy nourishes all your energy centers, also known as chakras, meridian lines and acupuncture points. This energy bathes your entire system so that your energy can be balanced and restored to a more natural state harmonizing your body, mind and spirit.

As a Life Coach, I provide Reiki Energy Work with relaxing healing chakra balancing therapy in the Dallas Fort Worth area as my home office and as a mobile outcall onsite wellness service at your Home, Hotel, or Office in Dallas. Healing Reiki energy work therapy involves aligning the chakra energy centers within the body in order to heal release energy blocks and enhance physical and mental healing. We offer Reiki by a qualified practitioner at our home office in Dallas or at your Home, Hotel Room, Office or Event in Dallas, Uptown, Irving Las Colinas, Addison, Plano, Frisco and Fort Worth. We also provide Reiki classes in Dallas, both Level I One Class and Level II Two class, Life Coaching and consulting sessions in person and over the phone with a Dallas Reiki Master which accents this Reiki energy healing modality for those in Dallas and the world.

Call or Text 972.246.8001 to energize your body, mind & spirit!

Dallas Reiki: Healing Reiki Energy Chakra Balancing in Dallas TX

Energy work is a general term for modalities that are based on the idea that the human body consists of energy fields that can be stimulated through various techniques in order to promote wellness. The concept of energy fields as a vital life force can be traced back to the oldest medical systems and is known as Qi in China, ki in Japan, and prana in India. Many energy modalities used by practitioners today such as acupuncture, reiki, and crystal healing are very different from each other in approach and technique, but the underlying basis of all of these modalities is the idea of energy flow in the body. Energy work practitioners believe that keeping the body’s energy in a balanced state is the key to maintaining health.  In each of these modalities, the practitioner seeks to help the patient rebalance energy in the body, by stimulating, unblocking, or dispersing it. The result is a greater sense of energy and well being. Integrated Healing is a powerful session focused on balancing and integrating the body, mind, and spirit.

These sessions incorporate discussion/coaching, bodywork, and energy work and help get to the core of what is causing unwanted pains, feelings, and thoughts. Most of the time we are not even aware of how we set up our lives to create over and over again the very thing we do not want. Because of these negative thought patterns and actions that are playing out in our lives it creates energy blockages. These blockages or imbalances are what cause us to feel stress and get sick. However, when our energies are in a general state of balance we feel really good, happy, and healthy. In these sessions your therapist will be channeling universal healing energy into your bio-energetic field, also known as the human aura, through his or her hands. This healing energy raises the vibration of your energy field so that old energies that no longer serve your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being can release. This higher vibration allows for transformation to occur within your body, mind, and spirit.  You may feel pain in your physical body subside, think of new positive ways to approach a situation, have more clarity in your aspirations and goals in life, feel a deeper connection to your spiritual self, and feel general state of positive well-being.

Reiki is available for you in the Dallas area, a valuable modality of healing that you can take advantage of as a reiki client in Dallas, Uptown, Irving Las Colinas, Addison, Plano, Frisco and Fort Worth

Call or Text 972.246.8001 for more information on how we can integrate these enhanced healing techniques for an amazing and uplifting experience, uniquely hand crafted for you.

I found this article below which is a great real world explanation of Reiki and Energetic Healing as Alternative Medicing posted in Yahoo! and originally written by  Anna Medaris Miller in USA Today last week… enjoy.

For more info on Reiki in Dallas Tx or wherever you are, please visit www.KevinForesman.com. You can also call me at 972.246.8001 or email me for more an initial trial session for you!

Terri Reynolds, 56, knows the exchange well. She says, “Reiki.” They say, “Huh?” She says, “Energy healing.” They say, “Hocus-pocus.”

But for Reynolds, who was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2011, reiki is anything but. The practice — which usually involves a practitioner placing his or her hands on or above a client to facilitate that person’s healing energy — taught her how to quiet her mind after surgery and six months of chemotherapy.

“When you have a very stressful job and four children, and you get a diagnosis like that, it kind of really slaps you around,” says Reynolds, a certified medical assistant and managed care educator in Springfield, Illinois. “And when you’re grabbing everywhere for anything that makes the littlest bit of hope glisten, you’re apt to try anything.”

Reynolds is now cancer-free but continues to see a reiki practitioner weekly. “I’ll never stop,” she says.

According to the National Institutes of Health’s National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, reiki is a healing method based on an Eastern belief in an energy that supports the body’s natural ability to heal. There’s no evidence, the center says, that such an energy exists. Plenty of people disagree.

The word “reiki” is a Japanese term meaning “guided life force energy,” which reiki practitioner and teacher Alice Langholt likens to water: Both are in and among us, she says, and take on different forms — some heavier and some lighter. Reiki can shift this energy into balance “so that our immune systems aren’t fighting the sludge, but can keep us healthy and help us heal faster,” says Langholt, author of “Practical Reiki: for balance, well-being and vibrant health.”

Health care settings including the Simmons Cancer Institute at Southern Illinois University’s School of Medicine, where Reynolds was treated, are increasingly offering complementary treatments like reiki to help patients relax and “prime them for healing,” says Pamela Miles, a reiki master in New York who has served as the lead reviewer for the National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine’s page on Reiki. It also may reduce anxiety, improve sleep and simply help people feel better so they make healthier decisions, Miles says. That was the case for Reynolds. “I’ve lost weight because of being able to calm my mind and my spirit and promote this harmony in my body,” she says.

Independent reiki practices exist, too, appealing to people seeking balance, clarity or relaxation. At Introspection: DC, a reiki and crystal healing practice in the District of Columbia, owner and reiki practitioner Tara Olowoye says a lot of her clients are young working mothers “trying to make it all work.”

And you don’t even have to go to a practitioner to try reiki. Anyone can learn to practice it on themselves, experts say.

“This is something that potentially could benefit anyone — it’s really a matter of whether or not they’re interested,” says Miles, who wrote the book “Reiki: A Comprehensive Guide.” “In my experience, when people experience the benefit, they become interested. If you try to explain to them what it is [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][and] how it works, then you lose them.”

Science or Hype?

Reiki is one of several therapies based on the biofield, or a type of energy field that “regulates everything from our cellular function to our nervous system,” says Shamini Jain, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of California–San Diego.

While the biofield itself is generally accepted — it “consists of things that we can measure like electromagnetic energy that actually emanates from us,” Jain says — biofield therapies such as reiki and therapeutic touch are more controversial because they’re based on the idea of a “subtle” aspect of the biofield, which is harder to measure.

“It’s difficult for our Western science to wrap its mind around” because it’s not about popping pills, injecting needles or otherwise altering the body’s chemical composition, says Jain, a clinical psychologist who studies integrative medicine.

Indeed, reiki has its fair share of critics, who point to research that discounts the effects of reiki and other similar alternative therapies as a placebo effect. One study this year in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine, for example, evaluated the effect of energy healing on colorectal cancer patients and found the therapy did not improve depressive symptoms, mood or sleep quality. Only study participants who already had a positive attitude toward complementary and alternative medicine practices showed a boost in mood.

Another 2008 study in the International Journal of Clinical Practice analyzed 205 previous studies on reiki and found mixed results for its efficacy. It also noted that many studies on the topic aren’t well-designed.

Others worry that the practice is unethical, fraudulent and deceptive. “One can easily see that deception — even if not intentional — is involved in representing that a particular therapy sold to the public is effective, when there is no evidence that this is true,” says Jann Bellamy, a retired attorney in Tallahassee, Florida, who does pro bono work for organizations that educate consumers about science-based medicine .

Still, a small body of research shows promise for reiki and other similar therapies. In a 2010study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, for example, Yale University researchers including Miles found that patients who received a 20-minute reiki treatment within three days after a heart attack had better moods and heart rate variability — a measure linked to post-heart attack outcome.

Another 2012 study in the journal Cancer found that fatigued breast cancer survivors who received four weeks of biofield healing therapies showed “highly clinically significant” reductions in fatigue, says Jain, who led the study. Survivors who received a fake therapy improved too, but not as much; both groups were less exhausted than participants who received no treatment. Notably, Jain says, the study showed that biofield healing improved cortisol variability — important for regulating immune function — while fake and no treatments did not.

The results suggest that “common sense things” such as rest, touch and being cared for matter, but “there’s something about the healing that seems beyond that,” Jain says.

The most compelling support for reiki, however, may be anecdotal — and a reason for more research funding in the area, experts say. “What we’re just beginning to understand is that, if we want to move forward with science, we can’t assume one philosophy is correct,” Jain says.

A ‘Buyer Beware’ Market

Langholt, who lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland, knows the exchange well. It happens at stoplights, when other drivers notice her window magnet advertising her practice. They say, “What’s reiki?” She says, “It’s an energy healing method for pain relief, stress release and better health.” They both drive away.

Langholt has a longer answer too. In fact, she teaches a whole course on what reiki is and how to explain it to others in terms they understand. That’s how complicated it is.

To make things more confusing, there are no standards for reiki practice or training, “which means that reiki certificates are essentially meaningless,” says Miles, who teaches the practice to medical and nursing students across the country. “People may have become reiki masters in a weekend or half an hour, they may have clicked on a website or they may have decided for themselves that they’re reiki masters.”

That’s why it’s a “buyer-beware” market, Miles says. She suggests prospective reiki clients judge practitioners by their demeanor — they should be “walking products of their practice” and not bad-mouth conventional medicine. It’s also important to ask about practitioners about their experience and whether or not they practice reiki everyday on themselves, to which the answer should be yes, Miles says.

Finally, it’s key to recognize that, although reiki has no known medical risks, it’s not a substitute for conventional medicine.

“What we see is that reiki practice brings to people what we find so elusive in our culture: peace of mind,” Miles says. “And once we have peace of mind, everything else is a lot easier. Reiki practice may not be the only thing that’s needed, but it’s a great place to start.”

I’m Kevin Foresman at www.KevinForesman.com and I want to be your Personal Life Coach and/or your company’s Corporate Business Wellness Consultant. I provide private consultation at my own personal meeting space in the Dallas, TX as well as Mobile Life Coaching Services to corporate clients at their building workplace. I also specialize in Integrated Healing Sessions for personal clients who need to released blocked emotions, fear, lack of confidence, and instead begin to create the life you desire and deserve. I will meet with you at at my office or at your home location, office, workplace or if business traveling, at your hotel in order to fit into your busy daily schedule. Utilizing the full potential of Online Skype Life Coaching, I am available by appointment on Skype for clients in other areas of Texas, the U.S. and around the world.

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