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What is AcuReiki?

What is an Acupoint?

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Any of the specific points on the body where a needle is inserted in acupuncture or pressure is applied in acupressure.

What is Acupressure?

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Acupressure is a form of touch therapy that utilizes the principles of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. In acupressure, the same points on the body are used as in acupuncture, but are stimulated with finger pressure instead of with the insertion of needles. Acupressure is used to relieve a variety of symptoms and pain.

Acupressure massage performed by a therapist can be very effective both as prevention and as a treatment for many health conditions, including headaches, general aches and pains, colds and flu, arthritis, allergies, asthma, nervous tension, menstrual cramps, sinus problems, sprains, tennis elbow, and toothaches, among others.

Unlike acupuncture which requires a visit to a professional, acupressure can be performed by a layperson. Acupressure techniques are fairly easy to learn, and have been used to provide quick, cost-free, and effective relief from many symptoms.

Acupressure points can also be stimulated to increase energy and feelings of well-being, reduce stress, stimulate the immune system, and alleviate sexual dysfunction.

What’s AcuReiki anyway then?

It is a technique that uses Reiki to apply acupressure on Acupoints instead of using our hands.


Knee Pain

For the last two weeks, Mother-in-law of Balakumar was suffering from a severe knee pain. She was taking some allopathic treatment, with no improvement whatsoever.

Balakumar prepared some AcuReiki pills for his mother-in-law’s Knee Pain.

Within 15 minutes after taking the first dose, she said, that 50% of her pain had gone. After two more doses, the rest of her pain vanished.

What’s AcuReiki? Treating Acupressure points by sending Reiki to those points is termed as AcuReiki. This is Balakumar’s invention.

What’s the basis behind this treatment? All of us know that Acupressure had been used to treat several ailments. The problem though is to apply pressure at the right point(s). But when we use AcuReiki, we don’t have to know the exact physical location of the points. We just have to send Reiki to those points by making an affirmation to make Reiki flow to certain points based on the ailment. Then Reiki stimulates those points and treats the ailment.

Only constraint here is that we have to know Reiki. To manage this constraint, Balakumar has taken one more step forward by making pills using AcuReiki principles. If the patient takes the pills, its working wonders. Additionally they don’t need to know Reiki to follow this practice.

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