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                                                         Energy Medicine


You Are a Being of Energy and Innate Wisdom

Your consciousness is connected to every cell in your body. All living things have an inborn or innate wisdom, a healing ability that guides each total organism’s functioning to maintain health its entire life. We easily observe this in animals. Humans are no exception. We sometimes call this “the wisdom of the body,” innate intelligence,” our “inner healer,” or “the God within.”

For millennia humans have been perceived as having an energy field. Though Western philosophy has remained quite skeptical for many centuries, in the 1970s scientists created the Super-Conducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) that was able to measure the human energy field for the first time. Like the Earth’s magnetic field, but of less magnitude, a subtle-energy field surrounds each human being and every living creature on the Earth. This subtle energy is universal. It permeates the cosmos. This energy does not just live in your brain; it fills your entire body.

For millennia humans have been perceived as having an energy field. Though Western philosophy has remained quite skeptical for many centuries, in the 1970s scientists created the Super-Conducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) that was able to measure the human energy field for the first time. Like the Earth’s magnetic field, but of less magnitude, a subtle-energy field surrounds each human being and every living creature on the Earth. This subtle energy is universal. It permeates the cosmos. This energy does not just live in your brain; it fills your entire body.

Our body’s subtle energy system is organized into interpenetrating layers connected to both the highest source, we think of as Heaven above, and to the Earth beneath our feet. Motion and flow is maintained in our subtle energies by spinning energy centers, called chakras, points of concentration. Seven major chakras act as a set of cogs or wheels rather like the workings of a clock or engine. Their function is to keep the subtle energies flowing in a smooth and balance manner. The center, or fourth chakra, is the heart chakra and corresponds to the physical heart.

The Human Heart

The heart has its own intrinsic nervous system that operates and processes information independently
of the brain or nervous system. This is what allows a heart transplant to work.…

— Dr. J. Andrew Armour, editor of Neurocardiology

The human heart has an intelligence beyond our understanding. When people touch or are close to one another, one person’s heartbeat signal is registered in the other person’s brainwaves. The human embryo’s heart is formed at 20 days after fertilization. On the 21st to the 22nd day, a simple tubelike heart begins to beat with its own blood. At 21 days, the embryo has no other working organs, and the first true brain activity will not begin for five more months. The heart will continue to beat throughout life independent of a signal from the brain. Researchers have found that the heart generates the largest electromagnetic field in the human body, 5,000 times stronger than that produced by the brain. This field can be measured several feet away from the body. The electromagnetic field generated by the heart permeates every cell and acts as a synchronizing signal for the body.

We often see the heart as subordinate to the brain. Yet no more stable force within the human body exists, nor a more intelligent source of perception, nor a more direct link to creativity, than the heart when one is unconflicted. Gratitude and loving-kindness engages the higher cognitive functioning of the brain.
A conflicted person is one who is uncertain and unaligned, caught up in the daily stage of turbulence, of relationships of personal economics, and of all the many concerns of day-to-day survival. This, however, is not the reality in which the energetic heart lives. The single most important thing we can do is to practice the heart’s intelligence in our everyday, moment-to-moment expressions.

The heart profoundly affects perception, awareness, and intelligence. The human heart operates at a frequency that no intellect can unlock. Radiant Heart Reiki activates the intelligence of your heart so that you may choose to be a filament of coherent energy and experience a hub of heart intelligence that expresses itself in everyday encounters.

What is REIKI?

REIKI (RAY-key) is a natural system, an ancient hands-on, natural healing art that brings all of the body’s energies into greater balance. Reiki is a healing art that can be learned by anyone. It is a self-care approach that assists people to work with the body rather than against it to activate, harmonize, and reconnect with the life force energy.

Reiki was rediscovered in the early 20th century by Mikao Usui of Japan. He called his system the Complete System of Natural Healing.

Reiki is the only energy medicine healing art that includes an attunement, a process passed from teacher to student, providing a reconnection to the subtle energy system thereby allowing him or her to gain access to higher vibrational energies and enhanced intuitive abilities.

A Reiki Master Teacher instructs the student how to connect with and channel the highest vibration in the universe, the source of All that Is, the energy of LOVE! When the student experiences an overwhelming feeling of joy or gratitude and and becomes enveloped in the feeling for a period of seconds or moments, this is an experience is closely related to what healers call being connected to the Source. 

Reiki practitioners act as a conduit for life-giving energies to move through the subtle-energy fields. The receiver’s innate wisdom draws and directs the higher frequencies through the energetic system for healing. This is an active process much like diffusion—vibrant source energies move to areas of lower vibration and to non-coherent areas for regaining balance. Coherence is important for healthy cells functioning. The body strives to maintain inner and outer balance and harmony for optimal health. The healer must hold a space for healing, set aside the ego, and support the healee’s inner guidance system, which allows healing to take place. Before beginning the work the healer asks to be a pure channel for movement of the life-force into the physiologic/cellular systems to improve human functioning and heal dis-ease and illness.

Reiki Creed, also known as Reiki Principles

Just for today, do not anger.
Just for today, do not worry.
Honor your parents, teachers, and elders.
Earn your living honestly.
Show gratitude to every living thing.
     ~ Hawayo Hiromi Takata, a Japanese-American born in Hawaii,
        who helped introduce the spiritual practice of Reiki to the Western World.

Hawayo Takata was trained in Reiki by Dr Chujiro Hayashi in Tokyo, Japan and became a Master Practitioner by 1940. Her teacher, Hayashi, had learnt from Mikao Usui, the first teacher of Reiki, in the early 1900s. Identification of training lineage is common amongst Reiki practitioners. Within the tradition, she is sometimes known as, Reiki Grand Master Teacher, in US.

I have trained with Reiki Master Teachers in Takata's lineage and also directly from Usui's lineage thus i have learned many Japanese Reiki Techniques not taught in Takata's lineage.