Reiki is a Japanese word that roughly translates to “universal energy” (“rei” meaning “spiritual” or “universal” and “ki” meaning “energy”). The word Reiki is used to describe a hands on (or distance energy channeling) balancing technique for stress reduction. Reiki supports the body’s natural balancing process. Since it increases the relaxation response, Reiki helps alleviate many physical and emotional issues, allowing the body to reset (facilitating the healing process).
Numerous variations (or schools) of Reiki have been developed and are currently practiced, but they all - in more or less degree - can be traced back to the teachings of Mikao Usui in Japan during the early 20th century. Usui's teachings also included meditative techniques and other practices, but later students ended up focusing and developing the energy channeling practice, placing less emphasis on the meditative techniques.
Many other cultures and practices recognize the presence of energy in some way, such as chi (Chinese), prana (Hindu), manu (shamanic Hawaiian), rauch (Hebrew), and so forth. They also recognize that it affects our behavior, even though we might not be able to see it or understand the process in a scientific way.
Reiki is also based on the idea that there is a universal (or source) energy that supports the body. Reiki practitioners seek to access this energy, and channel it to the recipient, allowing it to flow to the body and facilitating the body’s innate healing process.
Reiki is not an alternative to, but complementary support of traditional medicine or veterinary care and practice. The content of this site or any service provided here is not intended to replace Medicine or Veterinary Medicine or its professionals. It’s strongly recommended that you go to a doctor or veterinarian whenever necessary.
As said previously, Reiki is a universal force, and it’s present in everyone/everything and can be channeled into anyone/anything.
Because Animals differ from humans in their energetic “organization”, there is a special branch of study and work to enhance the power of Reiki for our companions that is called Animal Reiki.
Animals have eight main chakras, twenty-one minor chakras and six Bud chakras, alongside the seven main chakras that they share with humans: the Coronary, the Frontal, the Laryngeal, the Cardiac, the Solar Plexus, the Splenic and the Root. There is another main chakra that is unique to animals, the Brachial.
If you love your pet you probably know what they want or need, just by looking at them. You have certainly felt that your pet understands you, even without saying a single word, or without making a sound or a gesture.
The same is true for your pet. They feel everything that is happening to you and in your surroundings. In fact, animals are more sensitive to active recognition of energies than we humans and they also absorb energy from all sides. When an animal meets with someone with strong negative vibrations or stays in a negative environment, they immediately feel the effects.
In other words, we are all connected by this invisible force called energy, and the energy of our thoughts and feelings impacts our beloved animal companions in both subtle and profound ways.
Reiki helps your animal to restore their energy field and stay balanced. Animal Reiki can be successfully incorporated into traditional veterinary practices and added to holistic veterinary practices.
Understanding the power we have to change the lives of our pets with Reiki is beautiful. If you have ever experienced the unconditional love of an animal, here is your chance to repay them.
Just like traditional reiki, it can be done hands on or distant healing.
Due to the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic we’re taking appointments exclusively for distant treatment, which is great considering that we are allowed to give treatments all over the world and help even more pets.
Here is how it works:
Schedule a session;
Fill the form and send us the details;
Make sure your pet is in a relaxed situation at the time of the treatment.
Dogs are all about emotional bond. Dogs will take care of your aura, breaking down the negative energies and absorbing them.
So if you have a dog, make a commitment to clean your own energy regularly. Be aware that you share all the negative load with your pet. It’s not fair to leave them with negative energies that we attract.
This is also why it’s advised to give Reiki sessions to your dog on a regular basis, as they are always absorbing energies that can be harmful to you and they might not be able to release it as fast as they take in.
You might have heard that Cats are drawn to Spiritual People, as they have a bigger energy field with a higher energy that would be a “match” for cats. Cats are indeed highly spiritual beings.
Some people even call cats “walking crystals”. That’s because it’s said that they are able to transmute negative energy - which is why there is this myth of cats having 7 lifes - as they know how to deal with negative energy most of the time they’re really resilient creatures.
That’s why when they get sick - be aware - it might be so that the negative stream was bigger than their capacity to transmute it and being sick will affect their energy “self-cleaning”, making it even harder on them. Schedule a Reiki session as soon as possible and make sure to clean your own energy and the energy of your house.
"The heart can't feel what the eyes can't see" isn’t 100% true. Reiki – in its invisibility - has been proved to reduce heart rate. Plus, studies on the impact of invisible energies on our bodies has dramatically increased in the last years. Amongst them, you’ll find several studies on Reiki (funded and organized by the NIH* and the ICRT**), with promising results - especially for animals, reducing stress by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system.
Seems too complex? We got you covered: our goal is relaxation (the owner included). We know you’d do anything for your pet, but you can chill and take care of them: Reiki is an inexpensive and non-invasive technique. It’s a complementary (not alternative) support for animals in veterinary clinics or under any stressful situation. Your eyes won’t see but your pet’s heart will feel for sure!