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<br />Dear Crystal rainbow~How would you receive Reiki long distance, I mean HOW is this done? Do you do this via telephone or I guess, how do you connect. Do you just do this during your day and it would be received at that time whenever it is being performed? I'm not trying to be funny about the telephone, I'm just saying to do talk on the phone to establish a "connection" and then set a time to do the reiki. Thanks
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Sending Reiki can be done by someone who has been Reiki II initiated, Reiki II has a couple of Reiki symbols, one of them is the distance symbol, to send Reiki I draw it in the air with my hands and say the mantra of the symbol
I say the name of the receiver and the reason for sending reiki and the energy will start to flow, energy knows no time nor distance, it is much like it is with telapathy,or the way spiritual beings can be at the same place at the same time, time simply is no concept
It is advised that the receiver doesn t drive a car or work with machinery, but sits down during the "session" so I do tell them that they will receive at a certain time, it is possible though for me to send reiki at three and ask for the reiki to arrive at an other hour,
what I usually do is aks for the Reiki to arrive at the "best possible time for the receicer"
and also to work for "the highest cause"
the phone question isn t that strange, sometimes I do connect with people over the phone, but usually there is no need for that
Diane Stein has written a good book about Reiki, I d have to look up the title in english, there are more good books written bij Frank arjava petter (dutch) I don t know if it has been translated in english yet,..
I hope that answers your questions
love and light CR