Can Reiki improve my relationships?


Q: Can Reiki improve my relationships?

A: Reiki CAN improve your relationships with your parents, your children, your spouse, friends, and yourself. The energy helps you cope with those things people do that push your buttons, and healing energy can release grudges and emotional damage. All of these can help you be a better you, and that affects the way others relate to you. Your newfound calm, grounded presence will keep the tension away from otherwise irritating interactions.
Reiki CAN’T change someone’s mind, manipulate someone, or make someone like you. (Although you may find that people are more receptive, positive, and nice in response to the way Reiki has improved your outlook. In fact, those are the qualities that attract the same kinds of people, so be ready to enjoy the way you attract other nice people to you!)

If you’d like to receive or learn how to access the power of Reiki for your life, click here!

Comments are welcome, and feel free to submit questions for the Reiki Question and Answer of the Day blog! They will be answered!

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About Reiki Awakening

Alice Langholt is a parent, author and teacher with Master level training in several Reiki modalities. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Reiki Awakening Academy School of Intuitive Development (ReikiAwakeningAcademy.com). Alice is the author of the new Reiki resource, Practical Reiki TM: for balance, well-being, and vibrant health. A guide to a simple, revolutionary energy healing method, which won second place for Best Reiki Book in the 2012 About.com Reader’s Choice Awards. Alice maintains a local Reiki practice as an Associate at Insight Learning and Wellness Center in the Cleveland, Ohio area. In addition, she has authored eBooks in Distance Healing and Energetic Protection, as well as specific curricula in Reiki for Parents, Reiki for Nurses and Caregivers (approved by the Ohio Board of Nurses for continuing education units), and more. Alice spent a year volunteering at The Cleveland Clinic offering Reiki to patients and staff, and is a Group Leader with The Distance Healing Network (the-dhn.com). She will teach Practical Reiki in Lily Dale, NY (August 2013), and gives workshops at holistic expos around the US. Alice is rated the #1 most influential person on Twitter under the category Reiki by wefollow.com. Her husband, Evan, and their four kids know and use Reiki. As a teacher, Alice believes that close guidance and mentoring are essential elements for learning energy healing. She provides this support to each student, getting to know each and assist him or her in growing intuition and becoming confident practitioners. Receive Reiki, order pendulums, energy charged stones, and more by visiting Alice at ReikiAwakening.com.
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2 Responses to Can Reiki improve my relationships?

  1. Nadir de lourdes Feijó Batista says:

    First, I would like to thank you Alice for putting some useful information related to Reiki here. I am from Brazil and as I finished my first level of reiki last year. Although I took 6 months studying I have many doubts yet .I must confess that sometimes I regret myself of taking the reiki course because I think that it opened my energy field so much maybe ,it is because I didn’t really learn how to deal with it Therefore I keep trying to find explanation about everything considering reiki on the internet. Light

    • Nadir,

      Don’t regret learning Reiki. You just need to learn to protect your energy because your intuition has increased and you’re more sensitive to the energies around you now. I recommend that you learn about energetic protection and adopt many techniques to help you with this, and keep practicing Reiki to clear yourself daily. If you’d like more help with this please contact me. There are recorded classes for this available at http://reikiawakeningacademy.com.
      Blessings,
      Alice

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