Reiki drumming

February 24, 2012

Healing, Natural therapies, Reiki

A symbol-based technique, Reiki is passed from teacher to student through a ceremonial initiation.

by Josephine M. Joseph — 

Reiki is a simple, natural and powerful hands-on healing modality that uses life force energy. Reiki acts as a portal into elevating awareness. It draws attention to the life force in all living things.

A symbol-based technique, Reiki is passed from teacher to student through a ceremonial initiation. Universal energy connects all of life — animate and inanimate — with a focused intention, and this energy transcends time and space.

The circular form for the drum symbolizes Mother Earth, as Earth holds the key to a deeper purpose of being. Drums are part of nature, and they create rhythm and vibration to support healing. Instruments are extensions of power and uniquely enhance energies according to their tones.

Hand drums can detect glitches in the body’s energy field, giving voice to the mental and emotional stresses of daily living. As Reiki’s passive energy unites with the rhythm of the drum, we have an opportunity for spontaneous healing and transformation. Working in tandem with your Reiki drum creates synergy for restoring the natural rhythm of body, mind, spirit and emotion.

Drumming and Reiki have been recently popularized and are being used worldwide in all walks of life. Drums are a positive and empowering tool of connection, healing, celebration and expression. As we gather the forces of heaven and Earth, we affirm the principle “as above, so below.”

There are many reports about the positive effects of a drum healing attuned to Reiki. As we unite Reiki with drumming, a sense of unity springs forth, a spiritual oneness, which allows us to recognize our unique path, and gives us the power to remember who we truly are.

 

Josephine M. Joseph is a Karuna and Reiki master teacher, and owner of www.lightjourneys.org. 623-698-6899.

Reprinted from AZNetNews, Volume 30, Number 3, June/July 2011.

 

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