Reiki Distance Healing – Healing In Absentia

How to Perform Reiki Distance Healing

Health / Alternative Natural Healing

Have you ever wondered if it was possible to send healing energy to someone who was not physically present? There are times when it is simply impossible for us to go to a person or event directly to channel ki in order to help people heal or recover.

In the event that we cannot channel ki to a person directly, it is possible for a reiki practitioner to connect with that person through distance healing, or “healing in absentia”.

If you wish to be formally trained for distance/remote healing, note that the lessons on this type of energy healing are taught in Second Degree Reiki.

After completing the requirements of First Degree Reiki (which centers on attunement and self-healing), you have to attend advanced classes on distance healing.

Now, this is only recommended if you are planning to practice reiki healing as a full time reiki practitioner. It is possible for you to practice reiki without having to attend classes.

Access to the Source and universal energy is not exclusive. You do not have to believe in any particular religion, or subscribe to any school of thought to gain access to ki.


Reiki is a spiritual way of life with very simple foundational principles. It focuses on attunement, channeling of ki, and energy healing. Reiki is very different from dominant religions, because it was designed to complement a person’s current belief system.

If you are ready to perform reiki distance healing, here are the steps:

Distance Reiki Healing Steps

Reiki Distance Healing Symbol

1.    If you haven’t done this already, do study how to draw Symbol 3 or Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen. There are many resources available online that will teach you how to draw Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen perfectly. Symbol 3 is the Distance Healing Reiki Symbol.

2.    Symbol 3 can accomplish the following for your:

a.    Establish a strong connection to the distant person who needs reiki.

b.    Send reiki to past events to influence the consequences in the present time.

c.    Send reiki to the future so that individuals in the present will experience the blessings of ki when time moves and they find themselves in the target time range.

d.    Seal and amplify reiki energy if the practitioner is unfamiliar with the other person, and needs a faster method of directly connecting with his spirit during the reiki healing session.

e.    Unite the spirits of practitioner and receiver of reiki. This spiritual union facilitates the effective channeling and reception of ki.

3.    Once you have mastered Symbol 3, establish first the need for distance healing. It is much better if the person who is receiving the healing is aware that he will be receiving universal energy, and that he wants it to happen in the first place.

4.    Once explicit content has been given by the recipient of the energy, begin the process by drawing Symbol 3 and any other symbol needed for the distance healing.

5.    In your mind’s eye, connect with the other person and establish a clear energy route before channeling.

6.    Focus all the ki, and let it flow through the connection that you have established.

7.    Once the reiki session is complete, end the session formally and disconnect completely from the other person. The connection between you and the recipient of the ki must be severed after the session. You don’t want your own ki streaming away unabated even in your sleep. Washing one’s hands is the easiest way to cleanse and end a reiki healing session.

More INFO: Reiki Healing Info, Reiki Meditations for Self Healing, Reiki Healing Emotions, Reiki Hand Positions, Reiki Music << HERE!

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