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Research into Reiki

​Reiki* only works for a person's highest good and it can beautifully complement a medical treatment plan as well as help alleviate the symptoms of many conditions. ​

*Medical conditions where Reiki is not available: for people with broken bones before they have set; for people receiving a treatment of chemotherapy (before and after treatment is beneficial) or people with pacemakers. ​


**Disclaimer: The holistic modalities on this website are not a substitute for medical advice and assistance. They are powerful modalities that can help reset your body's energy to its natural wellbeing.

Results are available to everyone, whether or not you believe or understand the modalities; they are not however guaranteed. 

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Is there Science on Reiki?
by Dr David Hamilton who says:

When you are in a such heart-focused state, you help people close to you move towards a similar state. I think most of us have probably noticed this in our own lives, either as the one affecting another person, or as the one being affected. There are people that most of us know who have a natural warming presence. You may be one of them! That you come to feel better (mentally and / or physically) around them is known as the ‘natural healer effect. Reiki practitioners are trained to reach these optimum states when working with clients. Their goal is one of service, in the ‘highest good’ of the client. Their predominant state is empathy.

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Natalie L. Dyer, PhD, Ann L. Baldwin, PhD, and William L. Rand​

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