Biofield Tuning with Reiki
“Reiki” is a Japanese word that is translated to “life force energy.”
Replenishing your natural energy.
Revitalizing your emotions and sense of Self.
Clearing and releasing old or stagnant energies.
Strengthening of organs and energy centers (Chakras).
Grounding and centering in moments of change.
How does Christopher practice Reiki?
Christopher practices and offers the movement, or medicine, of Reiki as universal love energy.
It is the natural, positive, growth-oriented, and caring, compassionate force of our higher Self.
This medicine is already present in all beings.
This medicine is much older than the modern history of Reiki (circa 1914), perhaps as old as energy healing itself. Human beings have worked via the laying on of hands, and by using breath, sound, and shaking, to heal and restore dis-ease for the whole of our shared history.
Christopher honors the gentle, nurturing practice of Reiki passed to us by Master Mikao Usui.
From Christopher: “Though my lineage for laying on of hands grows with various roots, without the grace and acumen of Master Usui’s teachings, I would not carry the medicine that I do. I honor both his initial knowledge, and the spirit of evolution.”
Christopher’s practice is consent driven and trauma-informed. While Reiki is traditionally offered by the laying on of hands, touch is not required for the benefits to be received. He offers this medicine with hands-on or hands-near according to your wishes.
Can you describe a session?
The first part of any session is a short conversation or check-in. Christopher will listen to the fullness of your state and needs, and guide you through the process of setting an intention. Christopher will then ask verbally for initial consent for hands-on touch (consent is always on-going and moment by moment), and lead a short beginning ritual.
Reiki is offered through clothes, or a sheet, on a massage table. You may wear any loose-fitting, or comfortable clothes that work for you.
The first half of the offering is the clearing portion and moves from the head to the feet as you are face-up on the table. The second is the instilling portion and moves from the feet to the head as you are face down, if comfortable.
Every session ends with a small ritual, a cup of water or tea, and time to process, if needed.