If a delicate ruby-throated hummingbird flew into your picture window knocking himself out, would you know to help him? Some people might grab the rescue remedy. But what if you didn’t know about flower essence blends, or knew about them – but didn’t have any? Thinking over your options, rather than feel helpless, wouldn’t it be empowering to be able help this fragile being by using the healing energy flowing from your hands? “But, I don’t have healing energy flowing from my hands,” you think in reply. After becoming initiated in Reiki, you will. You can use this Reiki healing energy with yourself, other people and to help heal the animals.
The word Reiki (ray-kee) is a combination of the Japanese words Rei (meaning universal) and Ki (meaning life energy). The ability to be able to learn and use Reiki is available to everyone and is very simple. If you have a desire and feel drawn towards this healing art it is easily passed on from teacher to student through the initiations given. The Reiki initiation process allows you to naturally be able to access and share the healing potential of the universal life force energy present in all living things. Once initiated you can easily provide hands-on healing for yourself and others.
Healing With Reiki
When giving a Reiki treatment, the healing energy is Divinely guided to go wherever it is most needed. Because of this it can only heal and will never cause harm to anyone. Reiki has the ability to heal mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects. Giving a Reiki treatment to another never depletes your energy. Instead both the giver and the receiver benefit from the universal life force energy which actively flows through the practitioner and out of their hand’s during a treatment.
Reiki Attunement Levels
There are three Reiki attunement levels called degrees. Each degree progressively opens the initiate to a deeper level of the healing energy. The first degree activates the ability to provide hands-on Reiki healing to oneself and others. At this level the practitioner must be touching, or within a few inches of, the physical body.
The second degree introduces secret sacred symbols which enables one to utilize a higher frequency of the Reiki energy, to do long distance healing, and send healing energy to situations.
The third degree can either be taught separately or can be combined with the Reiki Master Teacher Level. When taught by itself the third degree can also be called the Master Level, Reiki III Practitioner, or Advanced Reiki Training (ART). At this level another secret sacred symbol is shared which further increases the flow of the energy when practicing Reiki.
Master Teacher Level
The remaining Reiki Master Teacher level taps the full strength of the Reiki energy at the source and enables the initiate to perform all of the attunements for others, teach Reiki classes, and provide certificates to those completing the classes.
Animals and Reiki
The animals can wholly benefit from receiving Reiki treatments and from actually being initiated into Reiki. For more information on how an animal benefits from receiving Reiki attunements please see the link; Reiki Animal Initiations.
Because our focus here at Critter Connection is on restoring balance to the animals and the people who love them we have an understanding of using Reiki with the animals that is very different from other teachers. When selecting a Reiki teacher consider your reasons for learning Reiki. Who will you be primarily working with? People? Animals? Or both?
Selecting a Reiki Teacher
Every teacher will share of themselves when teaching the class. During your selection process ask your Higher Self to guide you to the teacher who is ideal for you. Some students also choose to study with more than one teacher. This provides them a wider range of experience to draw upon in their own use of Reiki.
The animal Reiki information you will learn in the classes I teach has evolved hand-in-hand with the progression of the healing and communication work I do. Some of the animal topics included in a Reiki class I teach are:
– How do different species respond to Reiki?
– How do I give a treatment if he won’t stand or lay, still for me?
– When is the best time to give my critter kid a Reiki treatment?
– How do I know if the animal is enjoying the Reiki?
– Discover a dependable way to have all your animal Reiki sessions be successful.
Attend a Class I Teach
If you love animals and would enjoy learning Reiki while being taught our unique Critter Connection perspective, please arrange to attend one of the classes I teach.
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I’m interested in learning reiki for birds. I only got the first attunement
Since you have the first Reiki degree, you can use that ‘hands-on’ healing form of Reiki with your birds.
Please let me know the results you have.
The wellness of your birds is my passion.
Honestly, they’re wild birds so I haven’t been able to do any hands on reiki with them, because I just let them decide how close they want to be to me (A few feet away maybe is about as close as they come)… I have still done reiki I’m the air outside with them and played animal healing reiki videos for them on my phone by other reiki masters who post their animal healing videos on YouTube for me to use. The robins seem drawn to reiki I notice but in general a variety of different songbirds seem to like it. Some will start to sing. Some fly over and perch on a branch by me to soak up the energy… They seem to enjoy the soft harp reiki music, but every Bird is different just like humans… but they seem to be ok with it and fly off if they don’t want it, so It’s not forced on them either… but many do fly over to get reiki too.
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