I could feel the universal life energy, also known as Qi/Chi/Ki, flowing freely and deeply through me. It cleared blockages in my body, and began right away to change me. The change was intense. I went through a period of physical improvement, and even better, self-growth, following the attunements.
The self-growth came initially in the form of deep introspection into fundamental reprogrammed beliefs and concepts of reality, which I was holding onto. I know that sounds complicated, but what I mean is, I began to see life in a different way. I began to appreciate life itself as the gift, for the true value of it; that life is the entire kingdom so to speak.
The fact that we are alive, and we can experience everything life has to offer is enough to give me inner peace. Everything else is just a human invention, like toys, and things to play with.
The Chi that flows through me flows through you too. It connects us, and we grow together when we are initiated into Reiki level 1. This is a very special feeling and experience; and like for me, can change the most cynical person to strive and become better in the human collective.
I say that this can be an effortless transformation for jaded logical thinking people.
I know, because I was just such a person. The first time my wife gave me a Reiki treatment, I honestly expected nothing to come from it.
But holy smoke!
I mean how could anything happen, right? All she was doing was holding her hands above my body. At the time it made no logical sense to me.
Suddenly as soon as she started the Reiki session I could feel it. It was intense. The chi energy went to work immediately. It started to clear out decades of blockages, and mental hurdles. Afterwards, my legs felt like spaghetti, I could hardly walk, and I started giggling like a school boy.
Then I started to feel dizzy, and then sick to my stomach, and a headache, and it went on like that for several days afterward.
But why did it have that effect on me? I think it was because of one thing, I had no expectation at all. But for someone who lived in a logical bubble all his life, I could neither explain it, nor deny it. I was a victim of the experience, so to speak, and it was wonderful. Proof is in the pudding, and I was an immediate believer.