Reiki Master, Jen spread reiki energy to our field of 10k hemp plans on the farm— and again to every product that lands in your (or your pet's) hand.
Reiki (pronounced ray-key) healing is thought to be an ancient healing form (5000 years old), but was rediscovered in the late 1800’s by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Buddhist. He knew this source of infinite healing energy existed and so he spent 10 years in solitary meditation to bring it to us, in the form it is today.
The Usui system of Reiki is a very simple yet powerful form of healing which is easily given by anyone who has been attuned to Reiki. The Reiki practitioner simply places their hands onto a person, animal or thing (such as our farm's hemp plants & final products!) and the Reiki healing energy will flow.
Reiki brings physical, mental, emotional or spiritual shifts as healing happens.
The word Reiki has its roots in two words:
Rei means universal
Ki means life force or energy. Ki is the energy that all things are made of, like the Chinese Chi (as in Chi Gung and Tai Chi) and is the fundamental energy that makes up everything. Ki is the energy that makes the divinely manifested universe – from the physical planes of consciousness through the emotional, mental and spiritual planes of consciousness.
A Reiki healer is a channel for this divine healing as the healing energy moves through the healer to the recipient.
The amount of healing energy that is channeled is no doubt amplified by the love and purity of the healer.
Reiki healing can melt away fear and pain and uplift the consciousness with divine love and wisdom.
Reiki has no doctrine attached to it and is more attractive to people who may be spiritual but not religious. Jen's Reiki teacher, Alison Pulito has found that people of different religions have embraced Reiki and have found no conflict with their existing faith. Reiki is seen by many people as a manifestation of divine love and can therefore be used together with their prayer and devotional practice.
It can bring about a greater self-awareness or spiritual awareness and this, for some, might be an inevitable part of healing – bringing about positive life changes in perhaps unexpected ways.
Healing can lead to greater inner balance, love, wisdom and harmony with the world and universe around us and this is true holistic healing for better health and greater happiness.
Reiki can be used on anything – animals, plants, food, books, cars, buildings and electronic equipment. Using Reiki in this way is akin to blessing something – imbuing something with positive, divine energies that are for the greatest good. And we can take this even further by, for instance, giving Reiki to a plate of food and intending that healing and blessings are given to every living thing (including the Earth) that has suffered to bring us the food. In this way Reiki can become an expression of our gratitude, love and good intentions towards all people and things. We can heal our footprints on the paths of our lives upon this Earth. We can feel the connectedness of all people and all things Each time we practice Reiki we are making this world a better place by dissolving fear and pain with divine love and wisdom.