Check out this short video that gives a pretty good explanation of everyday Reiki.
One of the benefits of being a contractor for the NIH is being exposed to many different ways of improving your health. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) does a lot of research on alternative health approaches, and among those is Reiki. I came across this article that was published by the NCCIH. Check…
When I first began the journey to become a Reiki practitioner, I knew little about the different levels of mastery and their meanings. I didn’t really understand what the attunement process was all about — though I had some friends who had achieved Master level status. Read more at MindBodyGreen.com
Dr. Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi, and Mrs. Hawayo Takata Mrs. Takata comes to me frequently when meditating and during sessions. It’s always great to have her close by! Image credit to PoeticMind.co.uk
I came across this article on TheDay.com that is a pretty good summary of what Reiki is and how it can help. Check it out here
I’m an academic, so whenever I can find a refereed article that helps quantify something that I believe in and practice, I’m all about it. I found this article on the UCLA Rehab website and thought I’d share. Check it out here.
This is a great article from Newsweek that explores the power of Reiki and of an open mind. Check it out if you have a moment at Newsweek.com.
Everyone knew she was dying and that it would happen soon. She being Maria, the mother-in-law of a friend of my mother’s. I hadn’t had my Reiki II but for a few short weeks and I asked my mother if the family would allow me to do Reiki on their mom. It took a little…
Although it’s not offered at every spa, Reiki is a centuries-old treatment (not to mention one that’s loved by celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie) that you’ve probably seen on a spa menu at some point, but never thought to try it. Continue reading at NewBeauty.com