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(Noun) 1. Japanese word meaning universal, miraculous life force energy.
2. When capitalized, "Reiki" refers to the practice of channeling reiki for healing. "Reiki" is a shortened version of the original Japanese term "Reiki Do," referring to a healing system founded by Mikao Usui and passed down through hands-on energy attunements.
3. (inaccurate but common usage) channeling of Reiki for healing purposes.
Usage: 1. So much reiki was flowing, my hands got red hot!
2. I'm going to learn Reiki from a master who can identify her lineage directly back to its founder, Mikao Usui.
3. I can't seem to kick these sinus infections, so I'm looking for someone who does Reiki.

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(Noun) The commonly used Japanese word "reiki" means universal life force energy, but when capitalized "Reiki" refers to

1. an energy healing system founded by Mikao Usui (a shortened form of Usui's original term "Reiki Do," meaning The Practice of Reiki.)
2. the use of Reiki for healing purposes.
Usage: 1. I'm going to learn Reiki from a master who can identify her lineage directly back to its founder, Mikao Usui, because the original Reiki has been passed down through hands-on energy transmissions from him.
2. I can't seem to kick these sinus infections, so I'm looking for someone who does Reiki.

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(Noun) Japanese word meaning universal life force that can be used for healing purpose.
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(Noun) an ancient oriental art of healing by using hands over the body
Usage: I had a reiki session and now feel better.

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(Noun) movement of energy

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