Reiki Meditations

Here are some meditations you may like to try in your Reiki practise. These could be for yourself or for your clients to use. Enjoy!

“My peace is a great gift to the world – when I find my peace, there is one less person suffering.”

In a comfortable seated position, keeping the spine erect and the breath fluid, gently close the eyes. When you feel that you have centred yourself, visualise a lake, peaceful and still. Feel the peacefulness around you, as if you are sitting by the side of that lake. Take a look at the water, is it still and calm or turbulant? Are you able to see any reflections in the water? How does this make you feel? You may wish to note these thoughts and feelings down, after you have completed.

Now, see and feel the peace emanating from this place. Feel it wrapped around you. Comforting you. Calming you.

Relax in this space for a while.

If your mind begins to wander, focus on the breath for a while and then, bring your awareness back to the lake and the peaceful atmosphere it creates within.

At the end of your meditation, dip your chin down into your chest and slowly open your eyes. You may wish to take few moments to gather your thoughts. Perhaps drink some water to ground yourself again.

Try to carry this sense of peace with you throughout your day!

May the Reiki Guides help you on your journey

12 Responses to Reiki Meditations

  1. First of all I would like to say wonderful blog!
    I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I have had trouble clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out.
    I do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first
    10 to 15 minutes are generally lost simply just trying to figure
    out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints? Cheers!

    • debi says:

      Hi, I don’t really have any tips for you to be honest! I just write. I get an idea and I start to put it down. Sometimes it doesn’t flow the way I would like, so I may edit it either at the beginning or at the end. I go with the flow of ideas. Often I am passionate about them and I find that if I am the writing streams easier.

      As for clearing your mind a little, I run or walk every morning and I find that helps me with a fresh perspective. Breathing is so important to us and often we don’t breathe deep enough into our lungs. Try to take three to ten really deep, slow breaths and focus only on the breath. Try to still the mind of all other thoughts.

      I have also found Stephen Kings “On Writing” to be extremely useful, so I suggest reading that.

      Other than the tips above, just write. Lots. As much as you can.

      Good luck!

      Blessed Be
      Debi Wolf

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