During a session, Reiki is administered by a Reiki practitioner who has been attuned to the Reiki energy and serves as a conduit through whom the Universal life force energy can be transmitted to the recipient, either by hands-on or distance healing techniques. Reiki balances the flow of Ki to heal a problem on whatever level it may exist – body, mind or spirit.
This non-invasive, multi-dimensional energy is powerful, yet gentle, making it an ideal adjunct therapy for chronic pain sufferers and for various illnesses and injuries. It is safe for pregnant women and children. Reiki can also induce deep relaxation enabling the mind to better solve mental and emotional problems and develop higher consciousness to achieve life-long goals of good health, an abundant, peaceful, and content life.
Reiki being a benign healing technique is becoming more and more popular. Reiki is being used in many medical settings. Hospitals employ practitioners to give Reiki treatments to patients both in the hospital, particularly before and after surgery, and to those visiting as out-patients. At the Center For Integrative & Traditional Medicine, Theresa Obssuth, Reiki Master, is available for sessions.