Reiki Master & Crystal Healer
My name is Cyndi Kay, I am fully certified Reiki Master and Crystal Healer, I specialize in a specific form of ancient Reiki called Usui Reiki, which helps you restore balance to your life.
I offer distant Reiki session or in person sessions, providing a very peaceful, safe, relaxing space to receive this very therapeutic healing treatment.
I studied and trained to be a practitioner of Reiki with the International Center for Reiki Training. ( ICRT) after feeling the benefits for myself, which were life changing for me.
I’m very passionate about helping others learn about the importance of energy and how it affects all aspects of our daily livings; mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. It drives my desire to help people awake to their authentic selves, to their innate power to manifest most anything they want, to heal themselves and to get the most out of the amazing benefits Reiki can leave you with. I’m committed to helping you restore that balance in your own body and mind.
In my private life, along with my passion for Reiki & Crystals, I enjoy nature and family life, and have a huge love for animals.
I look forward to meeting you and helping on your journey to self healing.
So What Is Reiki & How Does It Work?
Reiki is an ancient gentle, but powerful vibrational energy technique with profound and real results. It is a safe, non-invasive form of healing that works on our energy field ( i.e Aura ) where most issues, imbalances & illness begins. Reiki increases energy, reduces pain, and produces deep relaxation and an overall feeling of well-beings. It is a beautiful universal life force energy that helps our own healing systems to work at their full potential. It aids in restoring the natural balance in the body by balancing our energy systems. Reiki is a holistic therapy that harmonizes body, mind and spirit.
Reiki is a Japanese word meaning “Universal Life Force Energy”. “Rei” means “universal” in the sense of spiritual consciousness; “Ki” is the same word as Chi or Qi, the Chinese word (or Prana in Sanskrit and Mana in Hawaiian), meaning the life force energy found in all living things. When our life force energy is low, we can more easily become sick, hurt or depressed. Ki is also the energy of thoughts, emotions and our spirit.
Reiki complements other healing methods and spiritual practices. It is not tied into any religion or belief system. It works independently of whatever your own beliefs or preferences are.
How Does Reiki Work?
When we think of healing, we usually assume this means the ridding of symptoms and illness. However, healing should be considered on all levels (mind, emotions, body, spirit) because a lack of harmony on any level or discord between levels will cause imbalance, and eventually illness and symptoms somewhere in the whole. When dealing with symptoms it is worth remembering that many physical ailments are only manifestations of long-term imbalances within the total person, and that the ailment is a final cry for help. A person needs to be viewed in completeness, consisting of the various parts, not the parts in isolation. If it is only the symptom that is removed, the cause will only send up another cry for help, possibly moving the symptom to another location, or refusing to respond to treatment.
Our life force energy flows all through us, around all our organs and through special pathways – the chakras and meridians. It also surrounds us in an energy field called the aura. The life force is “flowing” to our cells and organs. If it isn’t free flowing, or if there isn’t much of it, the organs and cells do not function well and we can feel ill or depressed. Reiki flows to the parts of our life force energy field where the Ki flow is weak and congested / negative and charges that area with positive energy – breaking up the congested / negative energy and thus healing the energy pathways and letting the Ki flow properly again. Thus follows a return to health.
Some conditions may be healed very quickly but others may take several treatments. It all depends on how deep-seated the condition is.