Distance healing, or remote healing as it is sometimes referred to, involves focusing on or praying for another person’s well being, via a range of spiritual philosophies and beliefs. Therefore, the practice is hard to define, due to the diversity of healing methods employed. Some healers attempt to invoke the patient’s bodily forces or energies, while others offer treatment through different prayers. Much of the time, the patient does not have to follow the healer’s religion, or know precisely when a healing attempt was made.
Reiki is one of the most famous types of distance healing. Reiki practitioners use energy healing techniques to counteract patients’ symptoms. Reiki is named after a couple of Japanese words meaning ‘energy’ and ‘life’. By and large, it follows the teachings and work of Mikao Usui — a late nineteenth century Reiki pracitioner, whose techniques were inspired by Buddhism. It is possible to provide Reiki treatment through distance healing, or through in person healing sessions. Reiki is thought to be highly beneficial for sufferers of chronic illnesses, like fibromyalgia, lupus or cancer.
Remote healing is based on the idea that matter consists of energy waves and atoms. Consequently, the human body is made up of different layers of energy. Leveraging this spiritual energy and putting it to use is an ancient art that healers have refined for centuries. If you find yourself suffering from an energy or psychic block, every energy center in your body will be misaligned. There are a number of variables that can lead to a blockage or imbalance, and distance healing can be a successful way of resolving these problems.
Of course, there are other types of remote healing as well, such as healing facilitated by crystal grids or crystals, to direct energy to where it is most needed. In the modern Internet era, some distance healers carry out their treatments via the telephone or webcam. Because these healers are attempting to manipulate energy, the way they contact their patients should have no impact on the end results. The majority of distant healing practitioners do not say that their services are superior to conventional medical treatments. Actually, in most cases, these practitioners incorporate their work into a patient’s current medical treatment routine.
Distance healing treatments can tackle a number of different problems, many of which are difficult to treat in other ways. Negative experiences, like trauma or abuse, destructive feelings and thoughts, and emotional overload — both positive and negative. Even problems like insomnia, a poor diet or physical neglect can be remedied with the help of a remote healer.