If you are looking for Reiki healer jobs and careers then we are here to help make that process easier. Reiki healers believe we all have a universal life force or energy, and that when we become ill this energy is slowed down or restricted. Reiki healer jobs involve channeling this energy to stimulate the body's natural healing process. This practice was developed in Japan at the end of the 19th century.
Reiki healers treat a range of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual problems including stress, tension, chronic illness and chronic pain. While there are no set requirements in order to practise as a Reiki healer, a background in counselling, other complementary therapies, or health care would be good preparation.
Various colleges also offer courses from introductory level, through to certificate or diploma. These are awarded by exam bodies such as the VTCT (Vocational Training Charitable Trust) or the OCN (Open College Network).
Traditional training is through studying with a Reiki master (teacher). The master performs a series of 'attunements' or initiations, which aim to activate energy centres within the trainee and allow their universal life energy to flow freely.
This harmonises the student's energy, allowing them to receive and pass energy on to others. It is therefore expected that you have undergone some form of Reiki healing prior to commencing training. To achieve full Reiki master status typically takes around three years. Subjects studied will include self-healing techniques, how to heal others, hand positions, distance healing and meditation. There is a strong element of practical work under the supervision of the master.
The Reiki Association and the UK Reiki Federation can help you find a master, and provide information on the different systems of Reiki.
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