Review: Reiki, Medicine and Self Care

Cancer Support, Cancer Websites — By on July 15, 2009 at 9:15 am

reikiDo you have a medical condition and want to feel better while supporting your health care? Would you like to feel more engaged, more in control of your life and your health? Do you sometimes feel isolated, hopeless to address the challenges of your life? Are you healthy but not sleeping well, maybe adding unwanted pounds?

Do you want to develop your inner spiritual connection, on your own terms? Reiki can help.

Reiki is a healing practice that promotes balance in mind, body, and spirit. It looks and is simple. Reiki is a safe, painless, non-invasive practice that doesn’t interfere with any medical treatment or drug regime prescribed by your doctor.

Many of us have health concern, such as insomnia, migraines, constipation, or back pain, or even a more serious challenge such as cancer, diabetes, or heart disease.

Pamela Miles is a Reiki master who’s been practicing since 1986. She has taught and treated thousands of people and written a book that has been called “nothing short of enlightening.” Pamela has lectured at medical schools across the country and created in-hospital Reiki programs.

Pamela has treated newborns, the dying, people suffering with pain, insomnia, depression and a wide range of medical conditions, as well as people who are healthy and want to stay that way.

You can receive treatment from a friend who has been trained to practice Reiki, or from a professional. Many hospitals now offer Reiki treatment. You can also learn to practice on yourself and your family, friends, and pets.

Please visit: Reiki, Medicine and Self Care and share your comments and opinions below with the community.

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  • I was delighted to see your link to Pamela Miles website. I’ve practiced Reiki for over thirty years and many of my clients are people in treatment for or recovering from cancer. I see time and again how Reiki helps with the side effects of chemo and radiation and eases the stress and distress that is so often a part of serious illness.


    Susan Mitchell

  • elena jespersen says:

    I have worked with several cancer patients. One with colon cancer I treated weekly for more than a year and a half. He was cancer free for about 6 months. I was with him 3 hours before he died and my hands gave him more comfort than any drugs.

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