Reiki Anatomic Illustrations
Reiki I Anatomic Illustrations
Reiki I. Reiki with its infinite wisdom goes to the place in the body that requires healing. That is why Reiki I is so easy to learn and apply. There is no need to study the anatomy of the human body or animals in Reiki I in order to treat a person or animal successfully. You simply place your hands on the body and channel the energy. Reiki will do the rest.
However, it can be helpful before you begin you study of Reiki I to know where the major organs, lymphatic and endocrine systems are in the body. This knowledge will allow you to treat specific problems or organs quickly and easily.
The following Reiki I illustrations are simple diagrams of the human anatomy. If you decide to further your studies we recommend that you make full use of your public library. They will have books on the Human anatomy as well as books on the anatomy of various pets and animals. Of course the internet and the world wide web offer a multitude of FREE information and any good search engine like Google, Ask, Bing or Yahoo will open up a doorway to many excellent guides to the human anatomy.
The Endocrine System
In Reiki I you will discover that the Endocrine system consists of the ductless glands that release hormones. It works together with the nervous system in regulating metabolic activities so that homeostasis is maintained.
There are a few primary endocrine glands:
- The pituitary gland at the base of the brain
- The thyroid gland in the neck
- The four or five parathyroid glands in the tissue around the thyroid
- The two adrenal glands above the kidney against the posterior wall of the abdomen
- Certain areas of the pancreas near the stomach
- The sex glands, or gonads (testes in the male and ovaries in the female)
Various hormones are released by the endocrine glands, with each secretion causing a different reaction in the body. These include the body’s growth rate, control of sex and reproductive functions, and the regulation of calcium and phosphate levels in the blood.
The Major Body Organs
The Lymphatic System
The lymphatic system is a system of thin tubes that runs throughout the body. These tubes are called ‘lymph vessels’. You may also hear them called ‘lymphatic vessels’.
The lymphatic system is similar to blood circulation – the tubes branch through all parts of the body like the arteries and veins that carry blood. Except that the lymphatic system carries colourless liquid called ‘lymph’.
“Lymph” is a milky body fluid that contains a type of white blood cells, called “lymphocytes,” along with proteins and fats. Lymph seeps outside the blood vessels in spaces of body tissues and is stored in the “lymphatic” system to flow back into the bloodstream. Through the flow of blood in and out of arteries, and into the veins, and through the lymph nodes and into the lymph, the body is able to eliminate the products of cellular breakdown and bacterial invasion……..
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