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We live in a sea of energy vibration. All living beings have their own frequency in which they vibrate, from the smallest insect to plants and animals…also human beings. We also live within a larger energy vibration of our atmosphere and then of course there is our spiritual energy, God or Higher Power of which we are all part. It is this spiritual/healing energy that we work with during a Reiki healing session, often referred to as the universal life force in Reiki terminology.

“Illness” can manifest in many ways sometimes physical, sometimes mental/emotional and no matter which way it presents itself you can be sure there is a disruption in our energy body. Often times if regular Reiki treatment sessions are given, the “illness” never has the opportunity to fully manifest on the physical level, because we catch the imbalance at the most subtle level before it moves on to the more dense levels of our being.

Within our energy body and within our horses as well, there are vortexes of energy called chakras, that swirl keeping our energy moving without restriction. There are pathways of energy called meridians, that flow like rivers weaving through the chakras, all these make up the energy body, which is referred to as prana or chi in the eastern traditions. The meridians also flow through the organs of the body nourishing the internal organs with fresh energy or chi, keeping them healthy. When there is a blockage either in the meridian pathway or a chakra, then an imbalance occurs in the flow of energy causing either illness, behavior, or mental/emotional distress.

During a Reiki treatment, the energy body is scanned to detect imbalances and then the appropriate area is accented in the treatment session. A full body treatment is always done to ensure that no imbalances occur in other areas. The session normally lasts 45-60 minutes but can be adjusted depending on the needs and personality of your horse. Most horses love it, even nervous ones, and will lower their heads and become very relaxed. I normally suggest 3-4 sessions over the course of several weeks for the average horse, in acute situations we can schedule them closer together.

I am a Reiki Master and have been since 2001, which essentially means that I have received the highest level of training and attunements enabling me to teach others the art of Reiki. If you are interested in becoming a Reiki practitioner either for your own self-healing or to offer it to others please inquire about my Reiki Practitioner Trainings.

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