Reiki side effects are not something you see spoken of often, but many people new to the concept frequently wonder about this.
I’ve been studying and practicing Reiki for over 13 years. In my experience, I have only good things to say about it. Getting attuned to Reiki was one of the best experiences in my life.
Since Reiki is a non-invasive form of healing, there are no negative Reiki side effects similar to what one could experience with allergic reactions to food or supplements.
A treatment session typically consists of a practitioner gently placing their hands on various parts of your body. Some practitioners use a „no touch“ method where they keep their hands several inches away from their client’s body. If the touch aspect is a concern, ask your practitioner to use the no-touch method.
Reiki is essentially opening yourself to endless loving energy. This energy is visualized in a wide variety of ways, frequently as white light flowing into your body from above. As this visualized light enters your body, it fills you with feelings of peace and tranquility, as though you were being embraced by a loving friend or family member.
Like love, Reiki healing methods are hard to measure or scientifically prove. It can only be experienced. Getting healed with Reiki energy most often results in reduced stress, and a reduction in discomfort and pain. Even if you are not hurt or anxious, it can bring about a feeling of well being that makes it easier to go about your daily tasks calmly and serenely.
In recent years, Reiki has come to be more accepted in mainstream medicine. Many hospitals and hospice centers have noticed that patients feel more calm and respond better to treatments after receiving Reiki. I’ve worked with dozens of people, both professionally and on a personal basis, who share that the experience is pleasant and reduces pain considerably.