Five Reasons Why Sound Therapy Complements Reiki Therapy by Kriss Erickson   Shortly after I became aware of Reiki energy and attunements, I was introduced to the twenty-two frequencies of the Acutonics® tuning fork system. I immediately saw the benefit in sending both etheric, unheard frequencies of Reiki and the visceral frequencies of the tuning forks that are both felt and heard.   The Acutonics tuning fork system uses acupuncture points as pathways to send the balancing frequencies of the sun, moon, planets and asteroids to specific areas of the body. Reiki also sends universal energy frequencies, though these frequencies are felt through intuition ratherRead More →

Reiki is a Complementary Therapy: Be a Complementary Practitioner by Kriss Erickson   One of the reasons Reiki has been able to become more and more accepted as a healthful practice is that is compliments, rather than dominates, other therapies that people choose to support good health. As an energetic method of supporting the body/mind/spirit’s natural ability to heal itself, Reiki’s roots go back thousands of years, with Tibetan, Japanese and Chinese roots.   Reiki’s complementary nature speaks to the study of energy work itself. Though there are many energetic themes that affect our lives, the meaning, emphasis and lessons learned from those themes dependRead More →

Looking at blood pressure from an energetic perspective, it is all about balance. Blood pressure is affected by our view of ourselves. So if we allow fear or anxiety to be a part of daily life, blood pressure can go up.   High blood pressure is also often associated with stress. It isn’t the actual stress that causes high blood pressure, though, but how you respond to stress. What is a stressful situation for one person might be an exciting challenge to another. For example, some people love to fly. For others, the thought of riding in a plane can create anxiety. So it isRead More →

What Is Reiki? by Kriss Erickson   Reiki is a calming, balancing universal frequency that supports the recipient’s natural ability to heal himself. Mikao Usui, the Japanese founder of Reiki, dedicated his life to rediscovering what he called the “Secret of inviting happiness: The miraculous medicine of all diseases.”   Usui rediscovered an ancient, hands-on, energetic method of reminding his fellow human of their ability to heal themselves. He chose the word “Reiki” which means ‘spiritually guided life-force energy’ to describe what he felt.   Reiki is shared through three Reiki Pillars:   The first Pillar: before the session begins, the Reiki practitioner asks theRead More →