6 Practical Uses of Reiki

Simply ways to use Reiki in your everyday life.

Reiki is a healing tool typically used in a state of meditation. Most of us perform Reiki treatments on ourselves while seated, laying down with very little distractions. When possible, a full self Reiki session is the best.

Do you ever use Reiki in other ways? Reiki is a tool, meant to be invoked whenever and wherever possible. Let’s review some of the simple ways to add more Reiki to your life. 

Keeping Reiki in my life everyday has helped me cope when I work with my patients in clinic. Let’s explore ways to use Reiki in everyday life.

1. Reiki in the Morning

The first few minutes of waking up sets the tone of your day. The few  minutes are so very precious. This is a perfect time to invoke Reiki. 

Before starting your day, rather than immediately turning on the TV or checking social media, use this time to perform Mental/Emotional Reiki (or meditate if you are not a Reiki Practitioner). Doing this allows you to set an intention for your day. You take ownership of your energy, and you can claim control of your day.

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2. Reiki While Driving

Reiki while driving? Absolutely!

You can do this by drawing CKR on your steering wheel. While you’re driving, Reiki can be flowing from your hands to your car then all around you.

You can also draw or envision SHK on the hood of your car. This ensures you remain safe, as well as sends vibrations of safety and calmness to the drivers around you.

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3. Reiki to Make Work Better

Before I get to work, I get some coffee, do some yoga, listen to an inspirational audiobook on my way to work. Once I arrive at work, I give myself Reiki. Before I enter the exam room, I use Reiki to set an intention with each patient. I intend to assist in each patient’s healing, and to clean up any of my own negative thoughts.

If I feel a patient had a difficult visit, I will often use Distance Reiki after the visit. Sending Reiki back to the visit can help heal the emotional burdens for the patient. 

Reiki can be used in many ways at work. Reiki can help make learning skills easier. SHK can be used before doing any training. Any Reiki symbol can be used to ease workplace conflict. Reiki also can help in big career decisions, such as starting or leaving a job.

4. Reiki Naps

Napping is one of the most underutilized tools for health and wellness. I found that I often have trouble relaxing during the day. I will use Reiki to help myself relax into a nap. My like using a 9 Minute Reiki session to help me initiate a restorative nap.

5. Journaling

Keeping a journal serves many purposes. Planning, processing, and digesting emotions can all be done effectively with a planner. Using Reiki with journaling is a beautiful way to help in this process. Reiki can be applied to the journal. You can turn your journal into a “Reiki Box”. Write down what you are worried about, or your hopes and dreams. Then perform Reiki directly to the piece of paper. This is one of my favorite ways to reduce my own worries about the future.

6. Reiki in Emergencies

Emergency situations push us to our limits. Anxiety attacks, hearing bad news, or anything that activates the Flight-or-Fight, or Sympathetic Nervous System,

Anyone coping with the early stages of grief can also use Reiki to help the pain of grief. Doing Reiki on the heart chakra can help calm down the intense feelings of early grief.

Doing Mental/Emotional Reiki on the head after the dust has settled can help to calm the severe anxiety of an emergency situation. This can easily be done with using SHK on the crown for 3-5 minutes.

There are no limits to how you can use Reiki in your everyday life.

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