Healing Reiki Hands
|Reiki is a vibrational healing practice that engages your bodies self healing and balance.
Reiki is recommended for ongoing health maintenance, it promotes strong health & prevents illness.
However, it should be clear by now: You don't have to be sick to benefit from Reiki.
Reiki is being used at a growing number of progressive hospitals across the US, and in many others throughout the world, to augment conventional therapy and reduce the patients' time in the hospital and need for medication (especially pain-relieving medication).
Reiki has attracted the attention of the National Institutes of Health. Studies funded by the NIH are looking at the effect of energy work on joint disorders, wrist fractures, cardiovascular health, cancer, wound healing, neonatal stress, pain, fibromyalgia and AIDS. Some studies have suggested positive effects on various orthopedic conditions, including fractures, arthritis and injuries to the muscle and connective tissue.
There have not been any known cases of Reiki interacting with medications; on the contrary, Reiki has even been known to aid with side effects from anesthesia, radiation treatment and chemotherapy. Cancer patients claim that reiki has helped with pain management, relaxation, and side effects of treatment like nausea and stomach upset.
Reiki is a safe, gentle, non-invasive healing technique. It complements any medical treatment by stimulating the body's own natural healing process. Reiki has no bad side effects, it reduces stress, pain, and promotes deep relaxation. Reiki is performed by using a series of hand positions placed on or close to the body. Reiki is given while the patient is fully clothed and lying comfortably on a massage table. Since it is so adaptable, Reiki can also be given in any setting, in a chair or hospital bed.