Because I get so many daily views on previous Reiki posts, I’m adding this additional info for your perusal. Indeed, Reiki’s popularity has exploded in the past few years. Why? Because, in a bizarre sort of way, it appears to have a supernatural force behind it, beyond the natural ability of the Reiki practitioner. The client subject may feel a temporary relief from symptoms which would seem to validate Reiki’s value. However, what both practitioner and client don’t realize is that by utilizing Reiki, both have opened the door to the occult. Reiki practitioners deny this, and claim that Reiki is from God, or Christ, but that’s not true. If indeed they believe they are children of Christ, they would follow His example and do what he did, not what an occultic source teaches them.
They don’t understand that Satan can and does produce lying signs and wonders, and there is no limit to his bag of tricks. I mentioned Yoga, Tarot Cards, psychic readings; the list goes on and could be any number of so-called healing modalities. People may become victims, unaware of the danger they are given themselves over to when they buy into these demonic occult practices.
Some Reiki practitioners readily admit that Reiki is indeed a spiritual practice, and argue that Reiki is from God, even the Christian God, the Lord Jesus Christ. How can that be since Reiki was originated and developed by a Buddhist? It doesn’t fit. It’s simply not God’s way of healing. That should at least warn Christians not to participate in it.
“Thus says the LORD: “Learn not the way of the heathen, nor be dismayed at the signs of the heavens because the nations are dismayed at them,” Jeremiah 10:2
If what I’ve posted is not enough to convince you that participating in Reiki is dangerous and playing with fire, please read this man’s journey into the occult healing modalities and practices. What seemed so pleasant and good at first, almost destroyed him.