Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.
Reiki in Uxbridge is the universal life energy which works subtly on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level, helping to relax the body, releasing stress and tension to bring the body back into balance. It is a powerful, but gentle way of healing with energy from the universe channelled through the practitioner to the recipient in Uxbridge.
Reiki in Uxbridge can be combined with any of the other treatments, or it can be done alone – for which no clothing needs to be removed. It can be done seated or lying down – where ever you feel most comfortable.
Reiki in Uxbridge can be done with crystals – I have a wide selection - and your own crystals can be cleansed and charged with Reiki for your highest good.
Reiki in Uxbridge can also be channelled to anyone, anything or any situation which you feel could benefit from distance healing.
Reiki in Uxbridge will be accepted for the highest good, and is never wasted.
We all need love and support – and the universe is there to provide us all with whatever we need – we just need to ask.
Thank goodness for Reiki in Uxbridge. We are blessed.
One of the greatest Reiki healing health benefits is stress reduction and relaxation, which triggers the bodies natural healing abilities, and improves and maintains health. Reiki healing is a natural therapy that gently balances life energies and brings health and well being to the recipient.
This simple, non-invasive healing system works with the Higher Self of the Receiver to promote health and well being of the entire physical, emotional and psychic body. Therefore it is truly a system of attaining and promoting wholeness of Mind, Body and Spirit.
Reiki is a specific type of subtle energy work in which healing is performed by the touch of the hands, allowing the flow of the energy from a limitless source (God Force) to the patient via the Reiki practitioner. It is extremely powerful, yet gentle energy that can be easily channelled to yourself and others, just by intention.
Reiki healing is a pure energy form. When it is combined with the sincere Desire of the Healee, who is willing to effect a cleansing within their emotional and spiritual consciousness, a total healing can occur.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF REIKI IN UXBRIDGE UB8
When the flow of the "Life Force Energy" is disrupted, weakened or blocked, emotional or health problems tend to occur. Imbalances can be caused from many situations occurring in our lives, such as: emotional or physical trauma, injury, negative thoughts and feelings, including fear, worry, doubt, anger, anxiety, negative self-talk, toxicity, nutritional depletion, destructive lifestyle and relationships, neglect of self and lack of love for oneself or others, from emotions that are not expressed in a healthy way...
Reiki is excellent for healing any physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issues of any kind and it gives wonderful results.
Some Of The Reiki Healing Health Benefits:
•Creates deep relaxation and aids the body to release stress and tension,
•It accelerates the bodie's self-healing abilities,
•Aids better sleep,
•Reduces blood pressure
•Can help with accute (injuries) and chronic problems (asthma, eczema, headaches, etc.) and aides the breaking of addictions,
•Helps relieve pain,
•Removes energy blockages, adjusts the energy flow of the endocrine system bringing the body into balance and harmony,
•Assists the body in cleaning itself from toxins,
•Reduces some of the side effects of drugs and helps the body to recover from drug therapy after surgery and chemotherapy,
•Supports the immune system,
•Increases vitality and postpones the aging process,
•Raises the vibrational frequency of the body,
•Helps spiritual growth and emotional clearing
When we are relaxed, stress-free, we are able to restore our natural ability to heal.
Long term practice of whole-body reiki will restore the general condition of the body. It will open the energy channels and this will allow the body to deal properly and naturally with stress and build-up toxins and cope with anxiety and depression.
When a person is in good health, regular therapy will increase the bodies built-in defences. This will manifest itself as confidence and outward harmony in dealing with everyday events. The person will gain a positive outlook on life.
Reiki will also provide additional energy required to recover from illness.
A Reiki healing session can induce an extremely comfortable state of being that can bring alteration in the clients consciousness.
If used with other natural therapies (meditation, crystals, aroma therapy, Bach Flower remedies, homeopathy, etc.) Reiki will reinforce their effect.
It can be used also as complementary therapy, because Reiki is truly a complementary care. It complements and enhances the health care the patient receives in the hospital or from other health care providers.
Reiki healing complements Eastern and Western medicine and everybody can benefit from it.It is beneficial to the health of woman (even pregnant), man, children and it is also excellent to be used on animals (dogs, cats, horses), plants, water, etc.
Reiki healing energy is a tool for use at any moment, any time, any where for on-the-spot stress release, pain relief and quick energy.
CRYSTAL HEALING IN UXBRIDGE UB8
Crystal healing is a pseudoscientific alternative medicine technique that employs stones and crystals as healing tools.
We use crystals on different parts of the body, often corresponding to the chakras, or place crystals around the body in an attempt to construct an "energy grid", which will surround the client with healing energy.
When the stones are placed in the area of the chakras, the colour of the stones may correspond to the colour which is associated with the corresponding chakra. Going from the tail bone to the top of the head, the colours are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. Stones may also be used at the feet in an attempt at grounding the individual, or held in the hands. We may also use tools such as crystal wands, which are placed near the receiver's body, or near a certain 'blocked' chakra, or use to perform psychic surgery, normally conducted with laser quartz wands.
Crystal Healing may be used in conjunction with your Reiki treatment depending on individual's requirements.
Sue is a fully qualified Reiki Master situated near Uxbridge Middlesex UB8.
Whilst a one-off treatment of Reiki in Uxbridge is beneficial, a series of treatments will be most effective. However there is absolutely no obligation to commit to a number of sessions. Sue is more than happy to offer an introductory session or to have a chat with you about your particular needs in Uxbridge. CALL 07800 942 291.
The road from London to Oxford is a very ancient and important route. The town of Uxbridge grew up as a daughter settlement of the village of Hillingdon, along the road where it crossed the River Colne. Uxbridge is not mentioned by name in the Domesday survey of 1086; it is probably included with the entries for Hillingdon and Colham.
The name 'Uxbridge' probably means the "bridge belonging to the Wixan". The Wixan were a Saxon tribe, the bridge over the River Colne was the boundary of their territory.
Throughout the Middle Ages Uxbridge formed part of the manor of Colham, which was in turn part of the Honor of Wallingford in Berkshire. About the year 1180 Gilbert Basset, keeper of the Honor, granted the people of Uxbridge permission to hold a market every Thursday. By 1248 the town was large and prosperous enough to build itself a chapel dedicated to St. Margaret. All major church services - baptisms, weddings and burials - were still held in Hillingdon church. Between 1400 and 1450 the chapel was enlarged and a tower added. In 1575 the people of Uxbridge were allowed their own burial ground on land at the bottom of the Lynch (Windsor Street) given by the Earl of Derby, then Lord of the Manor. This was enlarged in 1776 and finally closed in 1855.
Until the nineteenth century the prosperity of Uxbridge depended on its market. It was the major corn market for west Middlesex and south Buckinghamshire and was a very important flour milling centre, with about thirteen mills along the Colne and Frays rivers. In 1561 the importance of the market was recognised by the erection of a market house, replacing an earlier one, close to the present site. During this time the town grew, fine houses were built around the town. In 1555 five men, not from Uxbridge, were burned at the stake on Lynch Green for their Protestant beliefs.
The seventeenth century was marked by conflict. From 1630 to 1633 the townsfolk were in dispute with the Countess of Derby over the payment of market tolls. This was finally resolved and the occasion marked with a banquet. A painting of this can be seen in the Central Library. During the Civil War Uxbridge was an important garrison for Parliamentary troops. In 1644 an attempt at a peace treaty was negotiated in Uxbridge. The negotiations were held in Place House, now the Crown and Treaty public house.
Throughout the eighteenth century the market and town prospered. Equally important was the coaching trade. At the end of the century up to forty stage coaches a day passed through the town, all stopping to change horses, plus all the private traffic. There were over fifty inns and alehouses to cater for this traffic and four breweries to supply them. The town was so congested that in 1785 the High Street was widened and improved. The Market House was demolished and rebuilt in 1789. Between 1798 and 1805 the Grand Junction Canal was opened, which greatly increased the trade through Uxbridge.
During the nineteenth century the importance of the agricultural market declined and other industries replaced it. Brickmaking around Cowley was especially important. Other industries also increased and led to building development around the town. The coaching trade declined rapidly after the opening of the Great Western Railway station at West Drayton in 1838. Uxbridge was not connected to the main line until 1854, and then only by a branch line. During this century Uxbridge itself was slow to change; it remained a sleepy market town.
The present century has seen rapid change. The Metropolitan Railway reached Uxbridge in 1904 as did the trams. High Street Station, a branch to the Great Central Railway opened in 1907 but closed to passenger transport in 1939. Many houses, schools, cinemas and churches were built, particularly between 1920 and 1939. In the early 1960's plans were made to modernise the old town centre. Parts of this were competed in 1973 with the opening of the shopping centre. This was refurbished in 1985 as the Pavilions Shopping Centre. The redevelopment plans are still in progress. In 1965 the Borough of Uxbridge joined with three neighbouring councils (Ruislip-Northwood, Hayes and Harlington and Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban Districts) to form the London Borough of Hillingdon. The Civic Centre opened in 1979.
LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON
The London Borough of Hillingdon is the westernmost borough in Greater London, England. The borough's population was recorded as 243,006 in the 2001 Census. The borough incorporates the former districts of Ruislip-Northwood, Uxbridge, Hayes and Harlington and Yiewsley and West Drayton in the historic county of Middlesex. Today, Hillingdon is home to Heathrow Airport and Brunel University, and is the second largest of the 32 London boroughs.
Hillingdon Council governs the borough, with its headquarters in the Civic Centre in Uxbridge. For administrative purposes, the borough is split into North and South Hillingdon with more industrial units to the south and residential suburban areas in the north. Much of the residential areas were expanded with the extension of the Metropolitan Railway from Harrow on the Hill to Uxbridge in the early 1900s and the gradual establishment of stops along the line, becoming known as "Metro-land".
The borough was formed in 1965 from the Municipal Borough of Uxbridge, Hayes and Harlington Urban District, Ruislip-Northwood Urban District and Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District of Middlesex. The councils involved were initially unable to decide upon a name, with Keith Joseph suggesting "Uxbridge" in October 1963, later revised to Hillingdon.
The coat of arms for the London Borough of Hillingdon were granted on 22 March 1965