MariEL Reiki: Releasing Your Memories

MariEL Reiki is a system of energy healing that was founded by Ethel Lombardi in the 1980′s. As far as its name goes, you might be wondering why the M, E and L are capitalized in MariEL. Well, there’s a good reason for that. The name MariEL was inspired by Mary, the mother of Jesus, and EL, a figure in the Old Testament. MariEL Reiki is one of the lesser known forms of the practice. It definitely takes a unique approach to Reiki, but that’s one of things I like most about it. It’s based around the belief that our cell’s hold memories inside them, which can have negative effects on our physical, emotional and mental health.

Releasing Your Memories

If certain negative memories stay lingering in your body’s cells and aren’t released, it can cause major blockages in your energy flow, among other things. These energy blockages can effect both your mind and body, causing a myriad of health issues in the process. That’s where MariEL Reiki comes in. It uses a wide variety of techniques and symbols to help release these memories. But, one of the most prominent methods used in the practice are the three symbols; distance, power and higher self connection. You’ll definitely be seeing them, among other things.

A Typical MariEL Reiki Experience

An actual MariEL Reiki session is a lot like other types of Reiki sessions, except it can be a bit longer than some of the other styles. It’s not at all uncommon for them to last well over an hour. During the session, your personal life narrative is revealed, and your energy is released. This is done through channeling via numerous hand movements by the practitioner. Now, it’s important to remember, this isn’t a one time thing. Sometimes, it takes several sessions to get to where you want to be. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day.

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