Soulfulness With Reiki-Part II

I have studied many other therapies and great religious traditions, many of which are based upon the existence of this universal life force energy. This has strengthened the soulfulness I feel with Reiki. In addition, a number of authors, such as Gregg Braden and Dr. Bruce Lipton, are letting people know about the scientific experiments which are verifying the existence of this energy. All of this has come together to increase my faith and thus my peace.

Another dominant feeling that I have, love, comes from really believing in the concept that we all are one. The life force energy channeled in Reiki is available to help everyone. It is the essence of life. Since we all are imbued with this essence, we are all brothers and sisters, working with the same energy. Reiki thus shows us that we are much more alike than we are different. In every person that I teach and treat, I see a reflection of myself. I see the same hurts, fears, disappointments, joy and love. The implications of this are enormous. If we are all one, there is no need to fight wars, commit crimes against one another, or be unkind or selfish. If we act in this fashion, we are being unkind to ourselves.

Another emotion making up my feeling of soulfulness is joy. I feel this as sheer unadulterated pleasure and happiness at being a channel for this loving and nurturing life force energy. Helping others in this fashion and seeing their happiness as they heal is a very touching and humbling experience. I always remember that I am merely the channel, and that this abundant energy can be channeled through anyone with the proper training. My joy also comes from seeing the concrete improvements in other people’s health as a result of the Reiki treatments.

The joy I feel at giving a Reiki treatment is palpable. I feel a deep sense of compassion for my client and the situation causing them to seek treatment. In many cases, these people try conventional medical treatments to no avail. Some come to me with a sense of hopefulness that Reiki will help them, but yet they are almost afraid to believe for fear of being disappointed. These clients evoke in me the greatest sense of compassion as I honor their patience.

Other clients come to me because they have heard that Reiki induces a deep sense of peacefulness and relaxation, and they are most anxious to experience that. Still others come to me because of their curiosity about what it feels like to directly experience universal life force energy flowing throughout one’s body. Regardless of the reason people seek treatment, I feel a deep sense of gratitude to them for wanting to experience Reiki and entrusting me with their care.

While giving a treatment, I feel a deep peace while the Reiki is flowing through me, and I have a definite sense that I am being helped as well. I feel very grateful that I can be the channel for healing. Gratitude comes at the thought of having access to this beautiful energy. Discovering this has felt like coming home. It is as if most of us have a veil of forgetfulness placed around us at birth, and once we have rediscovered our spiritual selves, we feel a deep sense of joy at going back to our spiritual selves and gratitude at being shown the way.

I would like to give three examples of some rather miraculous things which have happened in the course of my Reiki treatments. I am providing the reader with this information in order to enable them to better understand the soulfulness which can be found by experiencing Reiki.

I treated one young mother who described a plethora of problems to me. These included depression, anxiety, and a rapid heartbeat. As often happens with people with anxiety issues, she was a very sweet and gentle soul. As I was treating her, I sensed that her body was soaking up the universal life force energy like a sponge. When the treatment was over, she told me that when I put my hands close to her heart, she felt it slow down to a normal heartbeat for the first time in as long as she could remember. I felt a deep sense of wonderment at being shown the healing energy of Reiki In such a powerful way. Two things struck me here. One was that Reiki was the only healing modality which provided her with any relief. Conventional medicine had failed her. The second was that she had suffered for many years with a rapid heartbeat and then Reiki, in just a moment, helped her heart to heal.

Another gentleman I met at a health care exposition came to my booth in order to take advantage of my offer of free 10-minute Reiki treatments. He did not share with me any clues as to why he sought treatment. I just assumed that he wanted to experience a new method of healing. Once it was over, he let me know that he had suffered from chronic headaches for most of his adult life. He tried nearly every method of treatment possible, including consultations with one of the world’s foremost headache experts in Baltimore. None of these efforts, including the consultation with the doctor, produced any significant results. However, he told me that for the first time since he had had these headaches, he felt a sense of relief and cessation of pain with the Reiki treatment. I felt a sense of wonderment when he told me that the treatment produced a totally different feeling in his cranial area from what he had ever experienced.

The final example involved a young woman who was an extreme horseback rider who fell off frequently and got back on just as frequently. Constant physical pain throughout her body was the result. I treated her for one hour at the first treatment, and then did several half-hour treatments after that. These treatments resulted in a complete healing of her pain. The treatments ended over a year ago, and she tells me that she remains pain-free.

I have related these anecdotes in order to further explain the soulfulness and deep emotion that I experience when I give Reiki treatments. These stories, when I retell them, touch my heart all over again. Despite hearing from nearly every client that they have been helped substantially, I still feel a sense of wonder when they relate their reaction and positive response to Reiki. Nothing makes me happier than being of service and what better way to be of service than to help others to heal. Knowing that the universal life force energy is inexhaustible and available to everyone fills my heart with gladness. This is what my soul has always sought to feel. It is an indescribable feeling of relief and happiness to discover that this source of universal love has been present all along. This knowledge makes many of the problems of the world and the problems in my own life seem very surmountable and manageable.

In teaching Reiki, my heart is full of hope and soulfulness as I feel happy to share my knowledge. I am also grateful that others can receive this learning and take it out into the world to help their friends, families, and themselves. By teaching others, my work is having an exponential effect with ripples reaching far and wide. This is good for the heart and good for the soul. Any energy that I impart to another, whether it is through a treatment or through teaching a class, amplifies the Reiki energy in me and adds to my spiritual awareness and positive energy.

The soulfulness that Reiki induces in my clients and students is wonderful to behold. I have noted a great sense of tranquility, peace and happiness among the clients. The students seem to have more of a feeling of wonderment at actually being able to pass on the energy. When they practice for the first time and feel the energy flow, it is a wonderful sight to behold. The realization that they can indeed be a talented spiritual healer makes their faces glow with happiness and pride.

I am extremely grateful for having reached this point on my path, and I honor everything that has gone before. Reiki has taught me the true meaning of deep emotion and feeling. This soulfulness has helped me to open my heart, and to begin each new day with joy and anticipation. The sense of connection that I feel with others now gives me a deep sense of happiness. It has been said that the heart is the center of the soul. For me, this opening has been a new awakening and a new beginning.

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