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How Different Is Integrated Energy Therapy From Reiki

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How Different Is Integrated Energy Therapy From Reiki

Every experience in life leaves a mark on us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. While positive experiences can make us feel light, hopeful, and warm, negative experiences can cause much pain and suffering. Integrated energy therapy and reiki are two effective ways to get rid of your negative energy. IET uses lighter energy where as reiki uses high-frequency energy.

Although we may not realize it, every experience in life leaves a mark on us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Positive experiences can make us feel light, hopeful, and warm, while negative experiences can be stored deep inside our bodies and cause much pain and suffering. To get rid of this buildup of negative energy, it is important to release the blockages that are holding us back from our true potential and optimum health. Integrated Energy Therapy (IET) and Reiki are two highly effective ways to rid our bodies of harmful energy.

Integrated Energy Therapy Uses Angelic Touch To Release Pain

IET is a method of healing using gentle touch and divine energy to release negative blockages deep within our cells. A typical IET session will begin with a discussion about which areas the patient wants to heal. The patient will then lie fully clothed on a massage table, and the practitioner will lightly touch specific power points along the spine to channel high vibrations of divine energy into the body. This pushes the bad energy out so that the patient releases pain and suffering and feels more peaceful, relaxed, and empowered.

Reiki Uses High-Frequency Energy To Heal Your Body

Reiki also focuses on channeling positive energy to push out negative blockages that cause pain and balance the body, mind, and spirit of the patient. Like an IET session, a Reiki session begins with discussing areas of healing. Here, the patient will also lie fully clothed on a massage table. The difference is that a Reiki practitioner will place their hands in strategic spots above the patient’s body. These spots coincide with the 7 chakras in the body. A Reiki practitioner will channel high-frequency energy into the body to accelerate healing and encourage relaxation.

Both IET and Reiki use energy to heal the body and provide balance and harmony on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level. IET uses angelic energy that to release limiting blockages that build up over time. It allows patients to let go of painful experiences so they can achieve better health, creativity, and peace of mind. Reiki uses high-frequency universal energy to heal illness, pain, stress, and tension. It can help patients feel stronger, more relaxed, and reinvigorated.

Both IET And Reiki Are Effective And Safe

Reiki and IET are complimentary to each other, and are often used in combination to produce powerful results. If you feel that you are being held back by negative experiences and emotions, and pain and suffering, IET and Reiki are effective and safe methods to help you cleanse your body, mind, and spirit to feel healthier, happier, and more balanced.

Dr. Cynthia Thaik

Dr. Cynthia began her professional training at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. From there, she completed her internal medicine and cardiology training at the Harvard’s training programs (Beth Israel, Massachusetts General, and Brigham & Women’s hospitals). She manages two successful cardiology clinics (drcynthia.com) and is the founder of Revitalize-U, a wellness center focused on health, nutrition, weight loss, and detoxification. She is the author of Your Vibrant Heart: Restoring Health, Strength & Spirit from the Body's Core (yourvibrantheart.com).

Dr. Cynthia Thaik

Dr. Cynthia began her professional training at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. From there, she completed her internal medicine and cardiology training at the Harvard’s training programs (Beth Israel, Massachusetts General, and Brigham & Women’s hospitals). She manages two successful cardiology clinics (drcynthia.com) and is the founder of Revitalize-U, a wellness center focused on health, nutrition, weight loss, and detoxification. She is the author of Your Vibrant Heart: Restoring Health, Strength & Spirit from the Body's Core (yourvibrantheart.com).