Rei (Universal) Ki (life energy) is a Japanese form of emotional and physical healing. Universal life force energy, "Ki" in Japanese and "Qi" in Chinese, refers to this inherent quality existing in all things. However, this can become blocked for any number of reasons. For example, when there are areas of physical blockage, one might feel sluggish, prone to headaches or muscle tension, etc. On an emotional level, an individual might feel depressed, stressed, anxious, or have bouts of anger. Conversely, when these energy fields are balanced, one will feel energized, strengthened, and supported physically and emotionally. Thus, Reiki can potentially reduce stress and anxiety, promote relaxation, improve sleep, improve focus and mental clarity, boost the immune system, and so on.
Reiki holds the potential to offer great healing, transformation, growth, and renewal.
A Reiki practitioner is not a healer; they merely act as a conduit for this abundant universal energy source. The client already holds the ability and potential to restore and heal themselves; a practitioner guides the plentiful universal energy.
As I witnessed during my struggle with cancer, one must heal the body, mind, and soul. This is the foundation upon which my Reiki practice is built; body, mind, and soul must operate and serve one another in unison for optimal health and wellbeing.
It has taken me a considerable amount of time to reach this place of understanding and realization. As a Reiki practitioner, I want to help my clients in their quest to realign their physical, psychological, and emotional beings.
Currently, I work on a sliding scale with the base being $20 / session.
It is far more rewarding to assist my clients begin their healing journey than to seek financial gain.
A session length depends on the client's needs, with the average duration being 45mins.
As with in-person sessions, I am conducting distant healing on a sliding scale as well.
Reiki, being that it is energy, knows no limits in terms of time and space. Thus, distant healing is, essentially, equally as beneficial as in-person.
My name is Jeremiah Ray. I am a visual artist and writer living in Midcoast, Maine. I was quite the vagabond in my younger years and spent my early twenties traveling, living, studying, and volunteering in various parts of the world. I received my BFA from Maine College of Art with an emphasis in sculpture and my MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, emphasizing studio art. In 2016 I was diagnosed with cancer. This, as one can imagine, drastically changed my outlook on numerous things. During my time managing cancer, an illness that returned shortly after my initial treatment, I started seeking more therapeutic approaches to life and how one chooses to live. My art changed, my outlooks changed... it was a time of great struggle, immense hardship, and great reward.
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