Karachi, Pakistan: REIKI is becoming popular in Pakistan as an alternative method of healing and as a form of alternative medicine.
Having historic linkage in the world of “Eastern Remedy” of healing, it had been popular almost all over the world as alternative healing practices but now it is becoming a regular and known kind of healing process in Pakistan also.
When asked to explain influence of REIKI over healing, Kehkishan Syed who is a REIKI practitioner claimed that REIKI is (was) actually a way of energy healing in which REIKI practitioners use a technique called palm healing or hands-on healing through which “universal energy” is said to be transferred through the palms of the practitioner to the patient in order to encourage emotional or physical healing.
She stated that in simple words, REIKI is (was) considered a practice which links patient and Universe through practitioner and the energy of Universe transforms into patient to heal the subject.
Kehkishan who got degree in MBA -Human Resource Management and in Pharmacy believes that thousands of year human beings have known of this energy and have sought to develop ways to harness its power to heal and influence our lives. She is a REIKI practitioner from Karachi where she holds session of REIKI.
“We carry this energy in and around our bodies from the moment we are conceived. Science has established its existence, and with the aid of Kirlian photography we are able to see this energy that encompasses all living things.
Many successful disciplines such as REIKI, Tai Chi, Feng Shui, Meditation, Yoga and Acupuncture have been developed to control and greatly enhance the flow of this energy in and around the body. The energy itself is pure and has omniscient wisdom,” said Kehkishan.
She informed Dispatch News Desk (DND) News Agency that REIKI helps to aid relaxation, assist in the body’s natural healing processes, and develop emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
She also claims that REIKI can heal cancer, heart disease, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, infertility, neurodegenerative disorders, Crohn’s disease and fatigue syndromes.