Friday, March 30, 2012

Reiki for Your Animal Companion Review & Giveaway - Ends 4/11

Hikari Natural Healing founder/owner Amy Pikalek is Master level certified in Reiki (2008): Usui Shiki Ryoho, also called the Usui System of Natural Healing, and certified in Animal Reiki from the Animal Reiki Source (2010). She is also received a certificate in animal aromatherapy (2011) from the International Certified Aroma Therapy Institute.

Reiki (pronounced Ray-key), the Japanese word for Universal Life Energy, comes from the Japanese words ''rei'' meaning spirit, and ''ki'' meaning energy. Reiki is one of the oldest and most powerful natural healing methods in existence today. It is based on the teachings of Dr. Mikao Usui and is passed down through the generations from Master to student.

If you’re wondering how Reiki can be beneficial for animals, here are just a few examples:

  • For a dog recovering from an injury, a series of daily treatments followed by weekly treatments can actually speed the healing process received by traditional veterinary care alone.
  • For a horse in full dressage training, regular weekly or every-other week Reiki treatments can ease any sore muscles and keep performance levels up.
  • For a cat nearing its end of life, a series of treatments can easy any pain and provide emotional and spiritual support to the process.

Healing reactions are very uncommon in Reiki. If they do occur, they are brief and typically occur with other signs of healing. If you do see a healing reaction, it is the body’s way of releasing imbalances; anything that comes up is for the good of the animal.


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