Decoding Colours seen During Reiki Sessions!
Reiki is a system of healing which involves a Reiki practitioner who channels this healing energy (Reiki) to the receiver by placing the hands on or near the receiver. The Reiki energy then flows to the receiver, triggering a healing and re-balancing of that person's energy.
In fact, Reiki works with the body's own natural ability of healing itself, and the process simply accelerates this ability. Reiki healing also works on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels of the being. It allows deep and complete healing to occur as it addresses the underlying cause of illness, as well as the symptoms.
Seeing colours against closed eyelids during a Reiki session is common when the person is highly relaxed. The colours themselves are an indication that you are letting go and aware of the energy flowing through your body. These colours are associated with the 'Chakras' which are the energy centres of the body. There are seven 'Chakras' and they each have an associated colour. Seeing colours whilst in treatment is a tranquil and harmonious experience, adding to the deeply relaxing aspect of Reiki.
Here are a few indications of what seeing colours can mean. Red is related to the physical body, heart and circulation. It is the darkest colour and creates friction. Red usually depicts worries, unforgiving nature, obsessions, anger, anxiety or nervousness. If it is a dark red, it may indicate frustration or anger. If it is a bright and clear red, it means energy and vitality.
If you see gold, it is the colour of spiritual clarity. The colours that are most commonly seen during Reiki treatment sessions are mauve, purple, pink, white, gold and blue and are all associated with our upper chakras, spiritual awareness, opening and connection.
Seeing colours is a beautiful experience and it is due to vibrations that a person experiences these colours. At times, the colours can be an indication of areas of the individual that are being healed during the treatment. The chakra colour associated to that area of the body can give an idea about what is being healed. Interesting, isn't it?