Healing- Tidbits

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes health and healing. It is based on the idea that an unseenUniverse Life Force Energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.

Nearly a century ago, Buddhist monk Mikao Usui ascended the slopes of Mount Kurama to meditate. He stayed for three weeks, and when he came home, he brought with him the basic tenets of a new healing technique: Reiki.

The meaning of Reiki, one can divide the Japanese word into its constituent parts—Rei, meaning “divine spirit,” and Ki, meaning “life energy.” Though not tethered to any religion, Reiki is spiritual in nature and built upon the notion that Ki, often Chi, flows through everyone. Negative thoughts and physical conditions can disrupt this chi, and it is up to the Reiki therapist to recharge the affected parts of the energy field. Usui believed the therapy was “the miraculous cure of all diseases,” but modern Reiki therapists do not recommend that it take the place of traditional medical or psychological treatment. They see it instead as a supplemental energy therapy that works in harmony with other types of medicine to combat anxieties and physical illnesses.





Neuro –Linguistic Programming  (NLP)

Neuro –Linguistic Programming has been created by Richard Bandler & John Grinder in California in 1970s. It’s focus was on personal development, communication and psychotherapy combined into one effective modality. NLP focuses on the fundamentals of our human potential and well being which is experienced in our neurology, language, and programming.

Neurology corresponds to how our bodies function

Language related to how we communicate with others

Programming determines the kinds of internal thoughts process/ models of the world we create.


The experiences we have are directly linked to our corresponding senses such as:

Visual (seeing); Auditory (hearing); Kinaesthetic (touch); Olfactory (smell); Gustatory (taste)

Identifying which of those senses we are most comfortable with, will determine the intensity in our experiences as well as comfort level in communicating with others.

All degrees and styles of communication have their own challenges and impact level which is linked to various elements such as:

  • strategies we use and set for ourselves
  • frames of reference
  • tools & techniques to apply to reshape and shift in our communication & perception


Successful results will be seen in these areas:

  • Interpersonal relations
  • Stress Management
  • Sales & Strategies
  • Conflict & Problem resolution
  • Emotional  Health & Balance