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Calming the Raging Storms of Stress with Reiki

I have recently been through a tumultuous 2 year period both personally & in my business life. Designing & building a new home, restructuring my business affairs, managing some health issues, as well as feeling the deep loss of a close personal friend, brought many challenges, responsibilities & what seemed a never ending barrage of needs, which I found myself under equipped to handle.  

I realized at a particularly overwhelming point in time, that although I could not be an expert in every field needed in business, or replace the hole left by the loss of a loved one, snap my fingers to come up with an answer to health issues & questions, I could rely on the Life Force Energy of Reiki. 

I consciously reached out to myself in a meditative way, setting aside precious little 15 minute & half hour times where I could retreat to allow Reiki to revitalize me through my self administered Reiki sessions. It was as if I had forgotten the path home to myself in all the busyness while juggling all the demands made on my time & resources. I realized I needed to refill my energy reserves & restore my ability to sort through & prioritize my time. Reiki proved to be the counter balance, clearing my vision, soothing my anxiety, & continuously working its unseen magic. 

 Once I began to incorporate a regular daily Reiki practice, as I had done before getting so busy, I found my coping skills & mechanisms began to reveal themselves in novel & refreshed ways. I was still in need of acquiring new skills, management techniques & a new network of people to help me with what I did not know how to do, however the crushing pressure I had been experiencing began to lessen & I had a renewed confidence in my ability to seek out for myself what was needed for my daily journey. We all possess areas we have developed in our personal & business lives that we have become adept at, yet there are other areas we venture into only to find we are at a total loss of how to deal with what presents itself, at even a basic level of competency. In these times, as I continue on my way, Reiki continues to be my companion, it is always available at a moments notice. No appointment needed. Namaste' 

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custom papers australia on September 30, 2019 8:28 AM
We experience various stresses throughout our day. Stress is always present; it is inevitable. Studies have shown the adverse effects of stress to our health. This is why stress management is important. People deal with stress in different ways - some healthy and others are not. The most common method people probably use to cope is stress is eating. The term stress eating was derived from this. But eating while stressed can only lead you to gain weight. Thankfully, there are now novel techniques to relieve stress like body massages and Reiki sessions. These are wholesome techniques that only brings positive effects to our health.
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Marla Dawn on October 1, 2019 3:05 AM
Thank you for your comment. I agree, it is ever present & we all cope in various ways. I believe society is beginning to see a revolution regarding stress. In the light of awareness regarding the detriments to our health that stress brings, many people are revolting against the idea that they have no choice but to stay enslaved by it. I see how Reiki can help to calm the central nervous system which in turn allows the opportunity to dial down the inner chatter that is contributing to even greater stressfulness in an already stressful situation or setting.

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