Do we have to keep our hands together when doing distant healing in New Usui Reiki? Or can we simply visualize the recipient between our hands, start the energy, and then put our hands down (or go about other things)?

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What I do for distance healing is to create a crystal grid for whatever the issue is.  And I place my hands around the grid when I am sending healing energy after I have charged or activated it.  

After I have done that initially, I send more energy by placing my attention upon the grid.  I can be in the same room or somewhere else.   Personally, I believe it is all *intention* and that there is no wrong way.  

If your intention is to send healing energy, then it will go to where you imagine it to be going ~  If someone tells me on the telephone wile I'm driving that they are not feeling well, I send the healing energy right then.  Intention trumps all.  


Thanks, Fay. As a beginner, I was looking for something a bit more specific, however. I generally like to learn the techniques as given before I start expanding or improvising on them, a little like a beginning piano player has to learn to play scales before they can "feel the music" and play from their heart. I like to think that there's a reason for the instructions given, and Gabrielsen is quite specific that we are to put our hands together to send energy in New Usui. I was wondering if someone could elaborate on the specific question in my OP; I've tried playing around with it, but I'm still not sure whether the energy continues if I separate my hands or not.


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