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OK, so as a side-bar to the issue of whether it is or is not acceptable to 'send' Reiki without first gaining the intended recipient's permission...


One of the points raised in support of the 'not acceptable' stance, is that on becoming aware, after the event, that someone had been 'sending' Reiki, [even I, suppose if there was an improvement in their condition as a result of the intervention] the recipient might well be upset that their permission had not been sought - and for that matter, that they had not even been made aware that someone was intending to intervene in their health-related situation.

This led me to wonder:

beyond what may be considered the issue of ethicality (or even simply politeness/courteousness), what other possible down-side could there be to sending Reiki without the intended recipient's permission, or more specifically

- without the intended recipient's knowledge

 

What if...

I become aware of someone, with serious health problems, whom I consider to be in need of Reiki healing.

Rather than asking this person's permission, or even informing them of my intention to 'distant Reiki' them, I simply go ahead and do so.
And even afterwards, I do not inform them that I have been sending them Reiki (well they do say "What you don't know can't hurt you.")

Now, whether or not it is down to their 'Higher Self' (or their 'Lower Self' for that matter) - the Reiki is accepted - the person's symptoms are relieved and the underlying cause of the symptoms resolved, i.e.:

The person is Healed.

They are unaware of how or why they have been healed.

And, truth be told, they really don't care.
All they know is that they are better.
They are very happy.
They can go get on with their lives....

All is well.



But then I got to thinking

how many of us have actually ended up as Reiki practitioners and teachers as a direct result of having been healed of some or other condition via Reiki?

Of those who have, how different might things have turned out
- if your presenting health problems (be they physical, emotional or otherwise) had - as far as you were concerned - simply 'gone into remission', for no obvious reason?
- if you had no idea that it was Reiki that had played such an important part in your healing?


Then I got to thinking some more…

What if…

It's 1935, I'm a Reiki practitioner in Japan

I become aware of someone, with serious health problems, whom I consider to be in need of Reiki healing.

Rather than asking this person's permission, or even informing them of my intention to 'distant Reiki' them, I simply go ahead and do so.
And even afterwards, I do not inform them that I have been sending them Reiki (well they do say "What you don't know can't hurt you.")

Now, whether or not it is down to their 'Higher Self' (or their 'Lower Self' for that matter) - the Reiki is accepted - the person's symptoms are relieved and the underlying cause of the symptoms resolved, i.e.:

The person is Healed.

They are unaware of how or why they have been healed.

And, truth be told, they really don't care.
All they know is that they are better.
They are very happy.
They can go get on with their lives....


All is well….

- and the person in question, one 'Hawayo Takata' goes home to Hawaii, never having even heard of 'Usui Reiki Ryoho', let alone realising that Reiki has been instrumental in her healing…

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REIKI TREATMENT & THE NEED FOR PERMISSION

THE CHALLENGE OF SECOND DEGREE REIKI ...

 ON THE SUBJECT OF AN UNINVITED HEALING INTERVENTION

 THE HIGHEST GOOD ...

 


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