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The Difference Between Reiki and Massage
Both practices increase oxygen and blood flow to help eliminate toxins and restore vigor. Massage is physical manipulation, and Reiki is energetic manipulation. Gentler than massage physically, Reiki is a powerful adjustment for emotional health and spiritual health as well as physical. Reiki is similar to massage in that it moves the flow of energy in the body, but the Reiki practitioner uses light touch, or holds their hands just above the body in the auric field to restore balance. Reiki energy generates healing heat through tapping into the flow of universal energy.
Reiki actually gets down to physics: it is a way of realigning the energetic properties of the body,including the molecules, and the electromagnetic fields. With the infusion of Reiki energy, the Human Energy System is able to maintain more balance in physical, mental, and emotional health.
Reiki is categorized as an Energy Healing Modality or Spiritual Practice, and as such has little regulation. There is no recognized body that oversees reiki training, nor is there one specific list of credentials or training requirements for Reiki practitioners. Students of Reiki must receive training from a Reiki teacher or Reiki master. Licensing requirements vary by location. The
International Association of Reiki Professionals®
, is the professional
association of the global Reiki community.
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