What is the Meaning of Reiki | Definition and What is Reiki

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
Reiki can be considered a pseudo-scientific discipline, a technique or a modality of alternative medicine which aims the patient healing by the laying on of hands. It is based on the line of what practitioners call universal life energy to achieve balance.
It is important to note that clinical studies showed no practical Reiki effects, even though it may have positive consequences through the placebo effect. Thus, reiki can be used as a complementary therapy during medical treatment, but can under no circumstances replace
The aim of the reiki is to naturally harmonize the human being, both on the physical as the mental and the spiritual. Whereas the person as a whole that transcends the body, reiki seeks to harmonize each person as a whole.
Since it uses no foreign bodies or chemical elements, Reiki has no secondary effect and creates no physical dependence. The only danger is to the fact that the patient can optionally dedicate himself only to these techniques while neglecting the care of a professional.
Some people make the meetings of reiki as a preventive method to manage their health. This means that there is need to be sick to appeal to reiki, but this technique can indeed be beneficial in daily life by virtue of its ability to provide welfare to those who believe in its precepts.
It is important to note that Reiki is not a religion or a cult. However, many associate it with a superstition because its concepts have no scientific or dogmatic justification.
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