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Reiki and Reiki for Fertility

Reiki is the Japanese word for 'Universal life energy'. It is a healing technique, originated in Japan that reduces stress, improves relaxation, promotes the natural healing processes of the body and reinstates physical and emotional well-being. It helps to find balance and wholeness.

Reiki flows through each and every living thing. The therapy bases on a principle that everyone has the ability to connect with their own healing energy (“ki”) and use it to fortify energy in themselves as well as in others.

Energy should always be healthy, strong, flowing freely. When it is not, when it becomes blocked or frail, it is often indicated by physical and/or emotional symptoms.

Reiki therapy aids releasing stress and tension of the body, mind and spirit. It also helps the body to build a setting for own physical, mental, and emotional healing.

Reiki Treatment

Reiki for fertility

Reiki treatments have helped many couples with difficulties around conception. Reiki aids to regulate body’s energy, remove blocked energy (that can prevent from conceiving) and benefits hormonal balance, which is one of the key factors in the journey to conception.

The sessions treat the whole body, but focus on the Sacral Chakra, which is responsible for the reproductive system. It helps to balance and strengthen the area, giving it its best chance to work as effectively as possible.

The treatments also release the (undesirable) emotional energy caused by past traumas, disappointments, anger, resentment, anxiety, guilt, which may be a significant barrier to conception. Reiki shifts stress level and facilitates emotional calmness. It changes your outlook, so instead of concerns, you start experiencing a great feeling of peace and joy.

Although Reiki treatments cannot guarantee pregnancy – they are extremely beneficial, especially to those with medically undiagnosed difficulties (- unexplained infertility). It is stress, which prominently contributes to the conception problems, and Reiki proved to be greatly reducing the symptoms, facilitating well-being and increasing the chances to become parents.

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