Hi, I’m Judith Conroy, of Chikara-Reiki-Do, and I’m answering your questions on Reiki.
Can Reiki help with toothache?
Here are some general tips for too toothache, always handy just in case.
Put the Power symbol or the Mental and Emotional symbol on the end of your Fire finger, and then rest your tooth area on that finger like you’re going to blow your head off.
Only use a blast of Reiki energy instead.
The pressure and Reiki energy work well to ease the pain.
Call me old fashioned – don’t you dare – but also get some real cloves from the grocery store and place one next to your tooth.
You can also bite down gently on it too.
That will also lessen the pain. And, of course, you can always put an aspirin or paracetamol next to your tooth as well with the same effect, but don’t do this too often or you will burn your gum.
But there is always more to a simple ailment than meets the eye, and toothache is no different.
What do we use our teeth for?
Mainly – to bite.
Anything that stops you from biting, symbolizes just that in your life, someone or some situation is stopping you from being effective.
Your decision making is compromised.
Biting is aggressive and relates to our ability to look out for ourselves…
Hi, I’m Judith Conroy and I’m answering your questions on Reiki.
I have MS and it has affected my left eye. I would give anything to feel better.
Can Reiki help with eyes?
Yes, it can!
Definitely, absolutely, certainly… but not always in the way we expect or imagine…
For here we have an external storm brewing.
On the outside, it appears that our eyes are faulty, and our vision is restricted, and it feels like an external bodily condition beyond our control.
But we have to remember there really are no accidents in life.
We create or allow everything either consciously or subconsciously.
You see, faulty outer vision isn’t always a fault with our physical eyes…
Hi, I’m Judith Conroy of Chikara-Reiki-Do and I’m answering your questions on Reiki.
If I self-attune to Reiki, would I become a Reiki master and be legally permitted to teach Reiki courses?
The short answer is yes – but becoming good at anything, including Reiki, takes personal experience.
Becoming a good teacher at anything is an art in itself.
People often say we are doing a disservice to Reiki and that people will go out there and bring Reiki into disrepute because they can’t really do it.
I know that is not so.
If you cannot do what you say you can do, then you will be found out and no one will go to you.
Charlatans and fly by nights will always fall by the wayside, whilst looking for the next thing to bolster their ego.
Reiki is simple to learn and understand, but being good at it, being powerful, dynamic and the very best you, you can be is a totally different matter…
Hi, I’m Judith Conroy from Chikara-Reiki-Do and I’m answering your questions on Reiki.
You mentioned that the symbols don’t really mean anything, that they simply give us focus.
Could I substitute symbols or words that are simpler for me to understand.
For example, instead of the Power symbol and name, substitute the word power and a lightning bolt, or is it important to use the ancient pictures and words.
I realize the ancient symbols would be more impressive or mystical to use in the healing of someone else.
But I’m not a real mystical person.
Just someone who is pulling out of 30 years of stagnant Christianity than trying to actually become spirit filled.
I’ve been asked this same question several times before.
And I know my answer confuses a few people, but you are right.
The symbols are just that, symbols…
Hi, I’m Judith of Chikara-Reiki-Do and I’m answering your questions on Reiki. So, question: I’ve done Reiki one and two about five years ago, but my Reiki master said I couldn’t do the master as I’m not ready for it yet and may not be for quite a while. I have a few problems […]