Healing Research Article by William Lee Rand Scientific research in the area of laying on of hands has been conducted for some time. There are now quite a few experiments that validate the usefulness of Reiki and other healing techniques. Some of the more interesting results of these experiments demonstrate that their positive results areContinue reading “Reiki Therapy Boosts Immune System and Offers Other Benefits Based on Research Studies”
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The Coronavirus is Heading Your Way. Grab a Tree and Hold On.
Article by Suzanne Bartlett Hackenmiller, MD, FACOG, ABOIM Like many physicians, I have been following the daily United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updates about the recent coronavirus outbreak. Three facts seem to recur throughout these reports: 1. Most cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (known as COVID-19) are mild and notContinue reading “The Coronavirus is Heading Your Way. Grab a Tree and Hold On.”
What is Reiki Therapy and Its Benefits?
Article by Reiki Master Brooke Chang Reiki Therapy is a form of Japanese energy therapy. It is a technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing of the body, emotions, mind and spirit. It is a natural, safe, non-invasive, and gentle “complementary” energy therapy or alternative/integrative health that activates the parasympathetic nervous systemContinue reading “What is Reiki Therapy and Its Benefits?”
Reiki for Cats and Dogs
Article by the International Association of Reiki Professionals Out of Sorts Cat or Dog? Reiki to the Rescue! Progressive and forward thinking humans all over the world are fans of the practice of Reiki, a system of holistic energy healing. Within the last decade, however, the use of animal Reiki among animal rescues, behaviorists, petContinue reading “Reiki for Cats and Dogs”
Reiki in the Clinical Setting
Article from the International Association of Reiki Practitioners Reiki in the Clinical Setting is On The Rise Reiki is increasingly finding its way into institutional settings, from hospitals to hospices, and the push appears to be coming from patients as well as clinical practitioners. “More and more, patients are requesting care beyond what most considerContinue reading “Reiki in the Clinical Setting”
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