Our energy healing for cancer services include full body Reiki sessions, involving relaxing, meditative, soothing, and inspiring breath work that strives to move healing Ki (a universal life force) within the body. It is important to remember it is the client using Ki that heals, not the practitioner.
Types of Energy Healing
The word Reiki refers to the energy used by Reiki practitioners. Reiki healing is the change that can occur in a recipient of Reiki who is open to receiving this energy. The terms energy healing and Reiki healing are interchangeable.
Throughout history and around the globe, energy healing developed to elevate their populace toward oneness with divine energy.
In India, seven chakras, or energy centers, in the body originated between 1500 and 500 BC in the oldest text called the Vedas. Healers helped their clients realign and release stagnant energy in these locations. Oriental medicine found energy lines, meridians, and pressure points where they use acupuncture to open energy flow. Acupuncturists practice today in most metropolitan American cities.
Another popular type of energy healing is reflexology, a form of therapy on the hands and feet. One theory on the origin of reflexology, suggests practice as early as 4,000 BC. The earliest evidence is a pictograph found in the Egyptian tomb of Ankhmahor, a physician, dated 2,330 BC. Crystal healers believe that the properties of crystals and gemstones facilitate healing. Ancient Egyptians attribute evidence of healing properties to their use as found in the tombs of royalty.
Who Benefits from Energy Healing?
Everyone! If you are a Lakeland, Winter Haven, or Haines City, Florida resident and are interested in scheduling an energy healing session, please contact me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me at (863) 353-5926. I will set up an appointment to come to your location or book a long distance energy healing session.
What is Energy Healing?
Quantum physics explains that all matter contains energy because the basic building block is the atom. Imagine a basketball suspended in space with baseballs whirling around it, but never colliding. The basketball represents a human being, and the movement of the baseballs signify the form of energy emanating from the human.
We humans are energy beings. Energy healing helps stimulate the energy flow and restore balance on every level. By clearing blocks and interference, the balance achieved, in turn, helps the physical body cope and heal itself.
Interest in energy healing in the field of holistic medicine is exponentially increasing, even spilling over into traditional medical locations.
One example of energy healing is called “Healing Touch” as defined by Lauren Richard on the Vanderbilt University website as a form of biofield therapy. This energy healing encompasses a group of non-invasive techniques that use the hands to energize and balance the person and environmental energy. In fact, Healing Touch uses the energy field that emanates from our bodies rather than actual physical touch.
When energy is moving freely, we are healthy and happy. When the energy becomes stagnant or blocked, disease develops. Energy healing returns our body to its natural state of flowing energy.
The History of Energy Healing
Native populations on all continents had a ‘medicine man’ who practiced energy healing. Many traditions spoke about this practitioner and the healing methods used and practiced for thousands of years throughout the world.
These ancient healers often approached both energy healing (physical) and spiritual healing (otherworldly) together. Some examples:
- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has changed over thousands of years and includes acupuncture, tai chi, qi gong, and herbal products.
- Native American shaman, like the Navajo Hatalii, serves as a facilitator to transfer power from the Holy People to the person to help restore balance and harmony.
- Shamanism is still practiced in Siberia and Mongolia, where cults revolve around animals, natural objects, and clan leaders.
- Traditional Mayan healing methods passed down from generations encompass healing systems through the use of plants, herbs, acupuncture, massage and sacred objects.