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Do you know whether a Reiki Master will provide his/her contact number to the students so that they can contact him/her if they have any discomforts after the Reiki attunement?
A friend went for Reiki Level 1 attunement and experienced severe discomforts, more than what he could handle. But he could not contact the Reiki Master personally because the Master visits his country a few times a year only and also the Master had never offered to treat him, but always asked him to see someone else to check what's wrong.
So I thought for those who are considering Reiki attunement, play safe, choose one Master who is stationed in yr country and could treat u if u experience discomforts, and one who offers to give you their contact no.

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First, I dislike using the term "Master".I perfer shihan, which is licensed instructor. I always provide my number and email to my students, hold free weekly shares for practice, and always make sure they have all the support they need.
I have heard stories where the student was attuned, and then just left to the einds of fate. That is really bad for the Reiki community. Attunement does not equal ability, experience, or knowledge. I feel that anyone teaching a reiki class should give out their contact information.

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You should trust your health to professionals in your own country. Preferably one in your neighborhood.

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check out this link at the bottom of the reiki info is a link to where you can locate a reiki practioner near you. Good Luck
http://www.peaceful-organic-planet.com/reiki.html

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I had some flu-like symptoms after my first reiki attunement, but it was my body adjusting to the new energies. So, I might ask what kind of discomforts this person was experiencing.
Either way, I always leave a contact number or e-mail. It's especially important to be available to new students who are unsure of what's going on around them.
I've had attunements from people in other countries (energy has no limits!), but they were always available for questions. I'd tell your friend to consider a different teacher for their next level because if the teacher never even offered to work with your friend, that's not a good teacher. 🙂 Drop me a line if you have questions. I only bite for therapuetic purposes.

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My students have my phone number and I am available to answer questions or to work on them if they have any attunement issues come up. They receive at least a 1 hour treatment before attunement. I am available to them for as long as they feel they need me. In my opinion, it's not right to birth a baby and then abandon it, nor is it right to "birth" a new Reiki energy worker and abandon them, either.

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Yes. I make myself available to Reiki students to answer questions, offer treatments and just general support at they make their way through the Reiki Journey. Both in person and at a distance. As well as holding monthly Reiki exchange meetups.
I also prepare students for the fact that there may be changes, some of them difficult as they deepen their walk with the energies and I teach them self healing. I teach self healing before teaching the healing of others because one must keep a clean vessel to be of good service to others, and things can start shaking loose after an attunement.
I recommend daily self healing practice always but especially the first 30 days after an attunement.
I hope this helps.

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