Healing looks at the whole person, seeing them as spirit, mind, emotions and body, in that order.”– Jack Angelo, “Hands-on Healing”
What is Reiki?
Reiki (pronounced “Ray-Key”) is the channeling of Universal Qi or energy at the frequency of and for the purpose of healing. Reiki is not a substitute for conventional medicine; however, it does not interfere or conflict with it or any other form of healing; instead it compliments and enhances the effect, speeding up the healing process. Reiki energy is pure. When it is combined with a sincere desire of the person receiving it and the clear intention of the person giving it, an emotional and spiritual cleansing occurs, thus balancing the body, emotions, mind and spirit and creating the space within which healing can occur.
A Reiki practitioner channels universal healing energy by “laying on hands” a few inches above the physical body or at a distance. Reiki gently nourishes the body, mind and spirit by clearing energy blocks and promoting well-being.
When is Reiki used?
Reiki has many applications. Some of the reasons people seek Reiki include:
- To ease physical & emotional side effects of medical treatments
- To provide emotional support after loss or trauma
- To help relieve stress and anxiety
- To promote healing after a physical injury, illness or surgery
- To maintain wellness and boost the immune system
Tamara’s Reiki Lineage
I received all three Reiki trainings and attunements in the Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki method from Ft. Lauderdale Reiki Master, Rev. Rina Lichtinger Iswhari. She taught me Reiki Levels 1 & 2 in 2010 and Master-Teacher Level 3 in 2016. I learned how to facilitate healing in people, animals, nature and water, and to teach Reiki to others. I can also direct Reiki healing into the past, present and future, up close and at a distance. From 2016 – 2018, using the methods I learned, I taught and attuned dozens of people in Reiki 1: First Degree & Reiki 2: Second Degree natural healing in the Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki method.