What's involved and how it works
We all know that all matter is energy, and everything has a vibration.
Each one of us is alive because of our own individual ‘life force energy’, otherwise known as Qi or Prana which is what separates living beings from non-living objects. This life force energy, which is constantly flowing can get blocked or depleted. This can cause diminished function in one or more of the organs and tissues of the physical body as well as or alongside our mental and emotional wellbeing.
Reiki works with the bodies own natural energetic healing system. The client will be lying comfortably and fully clothed on the plynth and after he/she has settled and calmed their mind the practitioner begins by places his or her hands on or near the client, working on the affected parts of the energy field. Charging and therefore raising the vibration level of the energy field in and around the physical body. In so doing, Reiki clears, straightens and heals the energetic pathways, allowing the life force to flow in a healthy and natural way.
Scientists are now realizing that the answer to the questions of life and our physical perception lies in the energetic makeup of all things.
Research into this matter is gradually gaining speed, with much being done into the electromagnetic field of all living things, and the pathways for which this energy is transferred within the body.
The Myofascial system is probably one of the most important systems in the body and also one of the most over-looked. Fascia, which is made up of collagen fibres, has extraordinary properties. It surrounds organs and other structures in the body such as muscles and it allows free movement and ‘glide’ between these structures as we move around. There is a fine fluid (very similar to cerebro-spinal fluid which is very high in photons or light particles) which flow through the fascia and is for effective intercellular communication. This is also how Acupuncture works, the meridains which are treated with a very fine needled flow through these fascia in the body.