Preparing for Your Reiki Session
Arrival Time: Kindly arrive a few minutes early for your in-person Reiki session, to make sure your session starts on time. To maintain a serene environment, please refrain from arriving too early, as I may be preparing for your session or attending to personal matters.
Parking: Please utilize the available parking spaces in the driveway. This helps ensure easy access for all clients and maintains a peaceful atmosphere.
Communication: A quick text upon your arrival is greatly appreciated. This allows me to wrap up any preparations and greet you promptly for your session.
Entrance: The front door is the designated entrance for all sessions. Feel free to use it upon arrival.
Attire: Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Reiki is done fully clothed, so there’s no need to change into any special attire.
Hygiene: Please make sure you’re clean and fresh before the session. This is out of respect for both of us and the sacred space we’re creating.
Eat Lightly: Avoid heavy or large meals immediately before your session. A light snack or meal a couple of hours before is best. You should not be overly hungry or too full during the session.
Cell Phones: Turn off or silence your phone. This is your time to relax and disconnect from the outside world.
Intentions: Spend a moment reflecting on your intentions for the session. What would you like to work on, or what would you like to gain from this experience? Having a clear intention can enhance the effectiveness of the session.
Schedule a Suitable Time: Make sure you’ve scheduled the session at a time when you can be in a quiet, comfortable space without disruptions. I’ve had clients sit in their car for a session because it was the quietest place for them! Do what works for you.
Space Preparation: Choose a quiet, private space where you won’t be disturbed during the session. If possible, dim the lights and create a peaceful atmosphere with candles or incense. I play soft music during sessions to help you relax further.
Technology Check: Ensure your internet connection is stable, and your device (computer, tablet, or phone) is charged and ready for the video call. We will use Google Meet for our call, there is no special program that you need to download or install.
Attire: Wear comfortable clothing, just as you would for an in-person session. Ensure you’re fully clothed.
Hydration: Have a glass of water nearby, as some people feel thirsty after a Reiki session. It’s good to stay hydrated.
Intentions: Reflect on your intentions for the session, as you would in an in-person session. Your focused energy can help enhance the connection in a virtual setting.
Communicate: Feel free to discuss any concerns or questions you have before the session begins. Open communication helps ensure a positive experience.
Relax: Take a few deep breaths and release any tension in your body and mind. Trust that you’re in a safe and healing environment.
Trust the Process: Be open to receiving the energy and let go of any expectations. The energy will flow where it’s needed most.
After the Session: Take some time to rest and integrate the experience. Drink water and journal your thoughts and feelings if you wish.
Remember that each Reiki session is a unique and personal experience. Your preparation and intent play a significant role in the effectiveness of the session. I’m here to support you on your journey to well-being and balance. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out.