How to Price Your Reiki Sessions
Christian Reifsteck | Standing Stones Healing Co.
There are Reiki practitioners, mostly from other countries, doing distant Reiki for as low as $7. And they are very effective and give great advice and feedback. Their fees are so minimal that I'm questioning my fee that now seems exceedingly high in comparison.
Thanks for this comment. I can understand your concern, but know that there will always be people who charge less than you and always people who charge more. I encourage you not worry about what others are charging because certainly you could drive yourself crazy analyzing all of the prices and second-guessing your own. And what is “minimal” or “high” means different things to different people in different places. Perhaps in these other countries $7 is actually closer to “high” than “minimal.”
Feel free to listen in on my answer about Reiki pricing to a question I got for my Q&A series on the Standing Stones Healing YouTube channel. Some will say that a higher price means higher quality Reiki, but I don’t agree. This suggests that the person volunteering to offer free Reiki to cancer or hospice patients, for instance, is offering "less" Reiki or a "lower grade" Reiki than Reiki that is paid for.
Personally, I think what can be different between practitioners is the extent to which they work to be a compassionate, understanding, high vibe channel for Reiki and the way in which they practice and offer Reiki. But no matter the price, Reiki is Reiki, and Reiki is not judging our prices, so let’s work to not judge one another’s. Blessings to your prices. Thanks!
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