How is a Typical Reiki session?
In some ways, there is no typical Reiki session-no set protocol or length of time, but the average session ranges between an hour and an hour and fifteen minutes.
A quiet place is preferable, but Reiki can be done anywhere, no matter what else is happening either around or directly to the recipient.
A complete Reiki session is offered to a fully clothed recipient who is lying on a treatment table or sitting comfortably supported in a chair.
Most commonly, Reiki is offered through light, non-invasive touch with the practitioner's hands placed and held on a series of locations on the head and front and back of the torso. The placement of the hands should never be intrusive or inappropriate, nor should there be any pressure.
Additional placements on the limbs can be done as needed (for example, if there is an injury or surgical scar), and some practitioners routinely do so. The Reiki practitioner can hold her hands just off the body if needed (for example, in the presence of an open wound or burn), and some practitioners always offer Reiki in this way.
I particularly love the use of a guided Meditation, Tibetan and Crystal singing bowls for Sound Healing , Esencial oils & Crystals and stones
What happens after the session?
Do not expect a diagnosis, as that is not part of Reiki. Some practitioners may make common sense suggestions for after-care, such as drinking water and following your body's needs.
Although people typically leave a Reiki session feeling refreshed, sometimes they notice feeling more tired in the evening than usual. This is not viewed as an adverse reaction, but rather as the body's natural healing response, something to be heeded.
People commonly report a sense of calm and mental clarity and sleeping well after Reiki.