I'm not one to be into so many varieties of Reiki however when I found out that my Reiki friend Alice Langholt is a Kundalini Reiki master my interest was peaked.
What the heck, I thought to myself, why don't I give it a try. Let me see for myself. And no, I am from Chicago, not the Show Me State (but one would think!).
My Kundalini Reiki 1 attunement was a little intense. My second Kundalini Reiki 2 was not as intense as the first. What I mean is I did not experience it as intense.
The after effects and having done the Kundalini Reiki meditations have been intense.
A few nights ago as I placed my hand on my abdomen in the sacral region and this intense surge of energy shot up several times and then shot up and outward. It kept happening over and over again.
My experience thus far has been pleasant and I feel has helped me to more easily jump into a Reiki meditative state...that I use especially for distance healing.
Like I said, I am not one for Reiki flavor of the month as a Libra I suppse I am always balancing my perspective. I am a believer in- I know what I know...but at the same time there is a skeptic in me at work...I feel this stance is what helps me to maintain some realistic balance...if that makes any sense.
I am greatly intersted in the flow of Ch'i/Ki/Prana and how to harness and direct it.
Alice, by the way, is a very sensitive compassionate individual and I highly recommend her.
Thank you for your gracious and descriptive post on your Kundalini Reiki experience! I find that Kundalini Reiki is an excellent, simple and powerful modality, whether one has other Reikis or not. I'm glad you're feeling it strongly and know you'll find it helpful. Thank you also for your kind compliments!ReplyDelete
I love it when Reiki practitioners are skeptical. The reason is that I am a skeptic, being a nurse my western trained mind does indeed want some proof. And yet it makes it a much more powerful story to teach by when my students hear how, ahem, challenging I have been as a student. Thank goodness my teachers have a good sense of humor. And thank goodness I have watched over and over again how when my mind draws lines in the sand they can be washed away easily. Being a skeptic is healthy! (as long as you don't turn away new information without trying it first!) I love reading your blog!ReplyDelete
I am a scientist.ReplyDelete
I am also a Rei'ki practitioner.
We know not how it works. All supposition is precisely that.
We do know, however, that it does help some people.
This being the case, the Hippocratic leads us to realize that we should use Rei'ki. Even if we don't understand it.
I do know that part of its effect lies in the simple and yet awesome power of the human touch. Remember the hospital babies that died in massive waves when they were put in the isolation chambers?
Lack of touch.
Our modern world carries a lot of that, does it not?
Touch is Love Manifest.ReplyDelete
Touch is Life.