GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology Clinical and Abnormal Psychology-Treatment of Disorders Study Material (Page 6 of 18)

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Reiki: Applications and Five Principles of Reiki


It is a technique from Japan developed by Usui Shiki Ryoho. Reiki technique is based on healing from life force energy. The word Reiki means,

  • ‘Rei’ means spiritual wisdom, consciousness that comes from god.
  • Ki’ is the life force nonphysical entity that permeates all life forms

Therefore, it is a pure form of healing not dependent on any talent or ability. Establishment of Reiki channel between the patient and the therapist uses universal cosmic energy. In Indian context, this energy is bipolar with male energy residi

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Meditation or Dhayan: Meditation Involves and Types and Benefits of Meditation


Meditation deals with regular flow of energy from an object of concentration. The flow of energy is either a consequence or extension of concentration. The process of concentration requires focusing the mind to an object, when mind wanders of it is required to bring it back to focus. Climax of meditation is super consciousness or Samadhi (Savikalpa, mind merges with absolute Brahma, individually melts and everlasting bliss is attained). In super consciousness is defined as consciousness of knower and knowledge of known.

Meditation Involves

  • Intense perception
  • Improved concentration
  • Relaxation
  • Tolerance to unrealistic experience
  • Pleasurable state which is rewarding

Types of Meditation

  • Zen Meditation: Individual learns to perform t

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