Reiki An Energy Healing

Have you ever heard the word Reiki?

If you want to get rid of stress that you may experience after work, Reiki is the answer to your problem. With this, you will feel a different form of relaxing and soothing comfort.

Reiki is greatly different from Yoga, even though both of them have the same main goal of promoting healing, relaxation and stress reduction. It also uses a different form of acquiring the so-called unseen life force energy.

ain goal of promoting healing, relaxation and stress reduction. It also uses a different form of acquiring the so-called unseen life force energy.

The technique was first introduced in Japan. It is simply initiated through the laying on hands wherein the unseen energy flows into the person’s body that relieve them from stress and making them feel invigorated.

The Reiki technique believes that if the internal energy that transpires in a person’s body is low, he is more likely to suffer from different kinds of illnesses. On the other hand, if it is high, it only manifests an active and healthy life for a person.

After a client undergoes this kind of healing, he will feel a glowing radiance inside and outside his body. A treated person will take things easily because it will heal the entirety of their being. It includes healing of a person’s body, emotions, mind and spirit.

One of the advantages of Reiki is that it complements other forms of treatment. Reiki is often administered to lessen the side effects and symptoms that have been brought about by a person’s illness.

At present, several clients have already made testimonies about the effectiveness of the Reiki treatment. It has already cured them and has done a miraculous healing. This paves the way for Reiki healing to be patronized by other people.

History and Health Benefits of Echinacea

Echinacea, the purple coneflower, is the best known and researched herb for stimulating the immune system. Thousands of Europeans and Americans use echinacea preparations against colds and flu, minor infections, and a host of other major and minor ailments. This native American herb has an impressive record of laboratory and clinical research. Thousands of doctors currently use echinacea for treating infectious diseases.

History
Echinacea has a rich tradition of use by North American Plains Indians who used it medicinally more than any other plant. It was prominent in modern American medicine in the early 20th Century, and was discovered by Europeans, who have used it extensively since the 1930s. Today millions of Europeans use echinacea as their primary therapy for colds, flus, infections, and for general immune-boosting effects.

Health Benefits of Echinacea
Echinacea increases the “non-specific” activity of the immune system. In other words, unlike a vaccine which is active only against a specific disease, echinacea stimulates the overall activity of the cells responsible for fighting all kinds of infection. Unlike antibiotics, which are directly lethal to bacteria, echinacea makes our own immune cells more efficient in attacking bacteria, viruses and abnormal cells, including cancer cells. Echinacea facilitates wound healing, lessens symptoms of and speeds recovery from viruses. Anti-inflammatory effects make it useful externally against inflammatory skin conditions including psoriasis and eczema. It may also increase resistance to candida, bronchitis, herpes, and other infectious conditions.

Benefits
• Colds, coughs and flu and other upper respiratory conditions
• Enlarged lymph glands, sore throat
• Urinary tract infections
• Other minor infections
• May help combat herpes and candida
• Wounds, skin regeneration and skin infections (external use)
• Psoriasis, eczema and inflammatory skin conditions (external use)

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