Distance Reiki – Q&A with Emilie of Giving Hands Reiki

Distance Reiki – Q&A with Emilie of Giving Hands Reiki

Meet Emilie. She is a distance reiki healer, an incredible person and has an adorable French-Canadian accent.

I recently was able to meet her in person in Bali, Indonesia for some Q&A.

Who are you and what do you do?

 

For several years, I was chef de pâtisserie in gastronomic restaurants in Montreal and Dubaï but eventually I became increasingly dissatisfied in the kitchen as I realized that I missed the interaction with people. Later on, I developed a passion for reiki, a magnificent instrument that promotes physical, psychic and spiritual fulfillment. While training to become a reiki practitioner, I developed my hidden faculty of clairsentience which gives me a great insight of what is going on within my clients. I recently created Giving Hands Reiki, where people can reach me from all over the world for a distance reiki session. Every month, I pick a different humanitarian charity to which 20% of every reiki sessions is donated.

 

What led you to reiki?

 

Having consulted reiki practitioners and benefited from the therapeutic interactions had me hooked to reiki.

 

Why is Bali, specifically Ubud, a special place for wellness?

 

The ”Island of Gods” has thousands of temples where Balinese constantly engage in ceremonies. There is an ever-present prayer in the air. The high vibes of this magical island makes it a perfect location for healing. Furthermore, Ubud is known as Asia’s premier destination for wellness and holistic healing and is also Bali’s healthy eating destination with its numerous raw and vegan restaurants.

 

Tell us a healing story that changed a life. 

 

Years ago, my doctor urged me to a specialist for further examination as results came out bad on a test. I was worried. My family has a long history of cancer and I suspected I was the next. At the same period, I tried reiki for the first time. During the reiki session, I felt tingling exactly on the area I was worried about. A few days after, I went to the specialist. When the results came out, the nurse was all excited to announce to me that not only there was no cancer, but everything was normal and healthy again! Whatever was bad in the previous test disappeared. Since then, my interest for reiki started to grow, and I now dedicate a big part of my life to it.

 

What are your top recommendations for wellness experiences or healers in Ubud?

 

While visiting Bali, a session with a native holistic healer is a must. The most famous ones are Pak Man, Chokorda Rai and Ketut Arsana. As for wellness, I recommend Karsa Spa. This little gem of a spa is situated on the beautiful Campuhan Ridge Walk. It is said that they have the best therapists in Indonesia.

 

What are three things people can do everyday to achieve wellness? 

 

The practice of traditional yoga: Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation.

 

You can find more info about Emilie here.

About Laura

Laura is the creator of My Natural Healer. She was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer in October, 2014 at the age of 28. Not only did she have thyroid cancer, but when her thyroid was removed, Laura found she had early-stage Hashimoto's autoimmune disease as well. My Natural Healer was created as a result of her personal experience, professional work in the healthcare field as a physician staffing consultant, combined with her love of wellness education and a desire to help others. Laura lives with her husband in Utah and enjoys being outside whenever possible. She enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, white water rafting and almost any outdoor activity.

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