The premise behind reiki circles is simple: A certified reiki practitioner will gather a group of people to assemble (either virtually or in person) around somebody or something who is in need of positive energy. It can be a person who is recovering from trauma or injury, a philanthropic cause, or a social issue.
Collective consciousness is powerful, and when multiple people direct their energies toward one focus or goal, the results can be astounding.
I personally help facilitate a reiki circle for a friend who has ALS. When we gather virtually, I'll ask people to send light energy toward him, say prayers and blessings, or visualize him surrounded by healing light. This allows others who aren't reiki certified to also lend their energy, which is channeled through me, the reiki practitioner, before being grounded and directed. My friend with ALS continually reports more feelings of peace, calm, and happiness after the circle. Additionally, it's been a beautiful way for him to connect with all the friends and family he has across the world who can't physically be with him. And it allows those friends and family members to also feel the connection.
Reiki circles can be highly individualized depending on the practitioner and the needs of the participants, but here is a sample format with instructions for virtual participants. If you aren't certified to practice reiki, find someone who is and ask if they are interested in starting a circle with you.
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