Sophia Suraya created Infinity Healing to spread the power of healing across the world. To do that, she has connected with her own inner light and higher energy, and has studied ancient healing practices and draws education from all over the world. One international practice she strongly believes in is Reiki, a century-old Japanese system of energy healing.
The word reiki has been translated in many ways: “mysterious atmosphere”, “miraculous sign”, and is interpreted as “divine wisdom” and “life force energy”. It is composed of the word rei, meaning “soul” or “spirit”, and ki, “vital energy”. This alternative medicine utilizes palm healing, but as it harnesses universal energy, can be effectively applied across distances to promote emotional and even physical healing.
“Reiki is a deeply relaxing experience that helps restore balance on a mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual level,” Sophia says. “It is a wonderful tool for anyone eagerly seeking help to let go of anger, worry, and fear, and to uncover divine peace, gratitude, and harmony.”
She teaches that Reiki is capable of activating the harmonies of the body’s life force energy in a flow that moves throughout the body and enhances its own innate healing abilities. “It has been called palm healing, as traditionally this energy is evoked by healers using the palms of their hands,” she says. “But it calls upon your own inner life force, meaning that even in this modern age of telehealth, it’s just as effective remotely as it is in person.”
Reiki as we know it today was developed by Dr. Mikao Usu. Descended from Hatamoto samurai, Dr. Usai had a profound pride and devotion to his culture, and to his Buddhist upbringing; however, his passion for healing transcended religion, and he sought a method of healing that was universal. He traveled the world and studied many things in his search, including history, medicine, Buddhism, Christianity, psychology, and Taoism.
During his time as a Buddhist monk, Dr. Usui had a transformative experience. The inscription upon his tomb reads:
One day, Usui-Sensei climbed Mt. Kurama, where he began to do penance while fasting. Suddenly on the twenty first day from the start, he felt a great REIKI over his head, and at the same time as he was spiritually awakened he acquired the REIKI cure. When he tried it on his own body and members of his family also, it brought an immediate result on them.
After this experience, he founded the first Reiki clinic and school in Tokyo in 1922. Prior to this, other forms of Reiki did exist; but Dr. Usui is credited for making what he called Usui Reiki Ryoho the widespread international language of healing that we know now. Part of this is because one of his students, Hawaya Takata, introduced Reiki to the west, bringing with her Dr. Usui’s influence and experience.
Sophia Suraya offers many types of healing sessions via Infinity Healing, and this includes Reiki. As a divinely connected energy healer and spiritual life coach, Sophia is capable of manifesting healing on all levels: physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. This is why she is impacted so deeply by the key concepts of Reiki healing: she is connected to Reiki energy all around her and within every person she comes into contact with.
She utilizes the five core concepts of Reiki with her clients. These vary slightly between different Reiki Masters, but are essentially:
- Just for today, do not worry.
- Just for today, do not be angry.
- Just for today, be grateful for your blessings.
- Just for today, expand your consciousness.
- Just for today, be gentle with all beings.
“My divine passion is desire to help others and being part of positive change is what governs my life,” she shares. “My purpose has finally been made very clear to me in this life; to be a Conduit of Love, Strength, Compassion, and Healing!”
For more information, or to book a Reiki healing session with Sophia, visit https://infinity-healing.com/.
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