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What is “Reiki Charged?”

by | Mar 31, 2024 | Reiki | 0 comments

When something is said to be “Reiki charged,” it means that a Reiki practitioner has intentionally directed Reiki energy towards that object to imbue it with healing or positive energy. This can be applied to objects, events, or even projects and websites. The belief is that these objects will then carry the healing energy of Reiki and can be used for therapeutic purposes or to promote a sense of well-being.

What are some examples of Reiki Charged?

Here are some examples of objects that can be charged with Reiki and the potential effects they may have on someone nearby or wearing the object:

  • Crystals: Reiki practitioners often charge crystals with Reiki energy to enhance their healing properties. For example, charging an amethyst crystal with Reiki may amplify its ability to promote relaxation and reduce stress. Someone nearby or wearing the charged crystal may experience a sense of calmness and balance.
  • Jewelry: Items such as bracelets, necklaces, or rings can be charged with Reiki energy. For instance, a Reiki practitioner may charge a pendant with the intention of promoting emotional healing. Wearing the charged jewelry may help the wearer feel more emotionally balanced and supported.
  • Water: Water can be charged with Reiki energy to create “Reiki-charged water.” Drinking Reiki-charged water may help promote physical and emotional well-being.
  • Clothing: Some people choose to charge their clothing with Reiki energy to create a sense of comfort and protection. Wearing clothing that has been charged with Reiki may help the wearer feel more grounded and supported, especially during times of stress or anxiety.
  • Home Decor: Objects such as candles, artwork, or decorative items can be charged with Reiki energy to create a more harmonious and peaceful environment.

How can you charge an object, situation, or something intangible with Reiki?

It is all about intent. Use the 1st and 2nd degree symbols to charge the object or item with visualization and intention. If you intend for the energy to continue endlessly, make sure you state that as well. Here are some guided steps for doing this.

  • Prepare Yourself: Before charging anything with Reiki, it’s important to ground yourself and enter a state of relaxation. You can do this through deep breathing exercises or meditation.
  • Set Your Intention: Clearly define your intention for what you want to achieve by charging the object or situation with Reiki.
  • Connect with Reiki Energy: Place your hands together in a prayer position or hold them over your heart center to connect with the Reiki energy within you. You can also use Reiki symbols if you’ve been attuned to them.
  • Visualize: Visualize the object, situation, or intangible concept that you want to charge with Reiki energy. Imagine it surrounded by a bright, healing light.
  • Channel Reiki Energy: Begin channeling Reiki energy by either placing your hands directly on the object or holding them a few inches above it. Focus on the intention you set earlier and allow the Reiki energy to flow through you and into the object or situation.
  • Feel the Energy Flow: Pay attention to any sensations you may feel as you channel Reiki energy. This could include warmth, tingling, or a sense of peacefulness.
  • Infuse with Positive Intentions: While channeling Reiki energy, mentally or verbally affirm your intention for the object or situation. Repeat positive affirmations related to your intention to further enhance the charging process.
    Trust the Process: Trust that the Reiki energy knows where it needs to go and how to best serve the object or situation. Release any attachment to the outcome and trust that the charging process is complete.
  • Express Gratitude: Once you feel that the charging process is complete, express gratitude for the opportunity to work with Reiki energy and for the positive transformation it brings


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