How can adding Reiki to your everyday routine make you feel more beautiful? Let us explain. In this article, we will be talking you through how you can believe yourself more beautiful using just 10 minutes of your day. 

How Can Reiki Meditation Help With Self-Care?

In our busy lives, it can be difficult to find time to focus on yourself. But setting aside this ‘me time’ is crucial when it comes to self-care. Amidst many of life’s demands, we need to be able to maintain our inner balance. By dedicating a simple 10 minutes of your day to a rejuvenating distance Reiki meditation session, you can work wonders for your well-being. But how does Reiki and self-care go hand-in-hand? 

Self-care isn’t always about pampering yourself. That doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your evening baths or skincare routine, but as well as your physical well-being, you also need to make time for your emotional state. 

Is Reiki Good For The Skin?

We all understand how stress can really mess with our sense of beauty, right? Stress is an extremely natural reaction, and can sometimes be hard to avoid. However, did you know that stress can also really affect our complexion?

When we're stressed, our bodies release this hormone called cortisol, and it can be the enemy of good skin. It causes inflammation and can lead to all sorts of issues. Stress can also mess with our sleep schedules as well. Beauty sleep isn't just a saying, it's legit. When we don't get enough rest, our skin doesn't have time to repair and rejuvenate itself. 

Saying that, there are things we can do to combat stress and keep our skin glowing! Reiki can help you  find inner calm and feel more yourself - think of it like a big warm hug for your soul. Reiki helps us release all those emotional knots and brings us back to a place of harmony and self-love. And when we're feeling good on the inside, it totally shows on the outside too!

Reiki is like a gentle wave of positivity, helping us release emotional blocks and find harmony within ourselves. It teaches us to embrace our flaws as part of our unique beauty, fostering deep self-acceptance and appreciation. It also helps us release any pent up feelings of stress. As well as distance Reiki healing sessions, you can also utilise Reiki skincare, which combines relaxing Reiki practices with skincare that will keep your skin hydrated and happy. 

How To Practise a 10-Minute Reiki Session at Home

During the 10-minute self-care Reiki meditation, it's beneficial to focus on grounding yourself in the present moment. Take a moment to acknowledge how you're feeling and identify anything that might be blocking your authenticity. Find a quiet, uninterrupted space in your home where you can relax without disturbances.

Once you've settled into a comfortable position, close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. These simple breathing exercises help centre your thoughts and bring you into the present moment.

Mediation Reiki

You can then begin your mediation  with an open mind. Our Reiki Master, Georgina Hemsley, always recommends visualising a warm, healing light which envelops your entire being, infusing you with love and tranquillity whilst meditating. 

With each breath, allow this radiant energy to penetrate every cell of your being, melting away tension and bringing the beauty back in.  Reiki really helps you to connect with your inner essence and affirm your inherent  worthiness. During this time, you will also feel yourself releasing any lingering doubts or insecurities. 

Towards the end of your meditation session, take a moment to express gratitude for this sacred time of self-nurturing. In just 10 minutes, this transformative Reiki meditation can reignite your inner radiance, allowing you to embrace your unique beauty with newfound confidence and grace. 

If you need any more help or guidance during these sessions, we would suggest booking in a slot with our Reiki Master herself, Georgina Hemsley. Here at Hemsley Organics, we specialise in making you feel beautiful through Reiki practises. 

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