Explain The Three Pillars Of Reiki

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The three pillars of reiki are a great example of a ritual that enhances the reiki session. It allows the practitioner to connect with their higher self along with the reiki source. This formula is broken up into three parts: gassho, reji-ho and chiryo. Within these three pillars are their own individual attributes. When synchronized together, as with any ritual, we gain a deeper connection to that intent. Reiki is a Japanese healing technique based on the principle that the practitioner channels energy into the patient by means of touch to activate the natural healing processes of the patient’s body. The word reiki is made up of two Japanese words: rei meaning “God’s wisdom” or “the higher power” and ki which means “life force energy.” Reiki…show more content…
Ritual is what connects us together to express our intentions. We are such miraculous energy sources. With the right formula, a seed of intention along with affirmations and a connection, your intention is created and your connection is deepened. With education, guidance and practice, these steps will aid you in deepening your connection with yourself and the reiki…show more content…
On the subject of empowering your Reiki sessions through the powerful practices of Gassho and Reiji-Ho I have this to say: If you 've ever done anything in life with a powerful intention I 'm sure that you can attest to the fact that this produces much more powerful effects than performing the same activity unintentionally. This is the reason, purpose, and power behind the 3 Pillars of Reiki. In my early years I began many massage therapy sessions without properly setting my intention in this way. I can say from personal experience there are light years of difference between performing a deeply intentional session guided by the Pillars of Reiki and practicing without having first prepared myself through Gassho and
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