Perhaps the most widely known form of energy work, Reiki is easy to learn and do, but can have powerful effects. It was started around 1914 in Japan by Dr. Mikao Usui, who received the knowledge of how to do it during a mystical experience. It is usually uses "laying on hands," with the practitioner's hands actually on the body of the client. Reiki uses specific hand positions, corresponding to organs and energy centers.
Reiki is not taught in the usual sense, but rather is "transferred" to the student through an "attunement" given by a Reiki Master (teacher). This attunement allows the practitioner to tap into an unlimited supply of "life force energy," which they can use to improve their own and other's health and quality of life. Reiki does not depend on the practitioner's intellectual or spiritual capacity or state of development. There is no body of esoteric knowledge to be mastered. Once a practitioner is attuned, the healing energy just flows through her/his hands (when they are being used for healing).
Treatment results can vary from client to client, and it is important for both the reiki practitioner and client to have clear communication. Liability insurance can protect you from lawsuits and medical bills from clients and students who may slip and fall at your place of business. It also may protect you if they make a claim and ask for financial reimbursement for injuries or loss of income they suffered as a result of your class or treatment.
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