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    I had a question I didn't understand regarding meridians. You mentioned that meridians can illustrate how an imbalance in an organ can cause symptoms in a completely different area of the body. So would this be an example: If I have pain let's say in my pelvic area and the doctor thinks it's a UTI but I say it's not because I don't have any UTI symptoms and I know its coming from somewhere else. That would be an imbalance? Each meridian is connected with an organ but because the meridians run throughout the body, an imbalance with an organ...

    Some practitioners note that they sometimes feel ill after a session.  In your lecture "Preparing To Use Reiki", you state that the practitioner will never take on the condition of the patient/recipient.  So what are these people feeling?  I am learning that the through a healing session, the practitioner is also receiving a healing.  So is what they are feeling, part of their own healing process through the Reiki they received? There could be a couple of things at play. The first could be as you mentioned, that the practitioner is doing some shifting of energy within that resonated with...

    I get a lot of images and sensations when I perform a Reiki session on someone. Isn’t it my duty to tell them what I feel? You just need to be careful because remember that what you perceive is limited and biased by your own filters so what you may perceive as an imbalance may be perfectly in line for the client at that time. Also, if you say that you feel a lot of energy in a certain area and insinuate that there needs to be work done there, the conscious mind of the client may attach to this...