One of the most common problems that I see in my London Reiki Treatment room is from back pain sufferers.
London, as a bustling city boasting a diverse population of over 8.6m people, has a huge number of people that could benefit from the healing that Reiki can provide. It stands to reason that, with a large number of people, the variety of issues and problems that would benefit from Reiki is also extremely wide and back pain is just one of these.
Amongst the body’s key communication channels are the back and spinal cord which carry the electrical impulses. If those impulses are interrupted, it can cause a huge amount of physical stress and discomfort. Reiki healing helps to create a sense of deep relaxation, clearing any of the energy blockages that may have built up and so it is incredibly useful for the treatment of back pain.
Together with the electrical impulses that activate the nerves, there is also a kind of energy, known as Chakras or life force energy. Like electrical impulses, these effects can also be assessed and even photographed.
The Chakras work on a much more elementary level to the electrical nerve-related energy, as it supports everything that happens within your body. Therefore any disruptions to the Chakras can present as a physical symptom.
The back is a key energy channel and storage part of your body, which can be more vulnerable to disruption. When the energy is disrupted in this way it can then turn in to back problems including:
- Lower back pain
- Upper back pain
- Stiff neck
I am pleased to say that my Reiki Healing has been of significant benefit to a wide range of people living in London, including areas such as Fulham, Chelsea, Kensington and Notting Hill. If you feel you need relief from back pain, stress or another physical injury with some Reiki sessions, please get in contact with me and visit my London clinic in Fulham SW6, and I will be delighted to help you.
To complement Reiki for back pain, the use of Tumeric as a natural back pain remedy is worth investigating – recent studies suggest that turmeric can also help with upper and lower back pain.