Reiki Now an Accepted Healing Technique in Many U.S. Hospitals











The healing art of Reiki, once quarunteened and ostresized far from western mainstream collective consciousness, is now growing in popularity and acceptenace in hospitals throughout the once uninterested United States as the American medical community is beginning to understand the effectiveness of the treatments and also the increase in post Reiki patient satisfaction. Today, many U.S. hospitals now include Reiki in their patient services. 


A research study performed at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut concludes Reiki treatments have improved patient sleep by 86 percent, reduced pain by 78 percent, reduced nausea by 80 percent, and reduced anxiety during pregnancy by 94 percent. 75% of the patients who participated in the study also said that they would “definitely want service again”, as reported by the U.S. paper USA Today in September 2012.  

Over 800 hospitals now offer Reiki as a regular part of patient services in the United States. Following is a sample of the hospitals offering Reiki healing services and this number is expected to continue to grow as once seemingly unpenatrable western consciusness structures open and broaden as we continue our journey through the age of information. For a larger list and more documentation visit; 
http://healingtoday.com/reiki_facts.htm 

Yale-New Haven Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Connecticut Harvard University, Boston/Cambridge, Massachusetts Brigham and Women’s Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Boston Massachusetts General Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Boston, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California Johns Hopkins Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Baltimore George Washington University Medical Center, Washington DC Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY Portsmouth Regional Hospital, Portsmouth, NH Hawaii Pacific Health-Wilcox Memorial Hospital, Lihue, Hawaii Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA University of Colorado Medical School, CO

Greg Giles

8 comments:

  1. Greg.. it seems to be a lack of space here..;) Makes it difficĂșlt to read between the lines..
    (the text shows up without spacing)

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  2. If you copy paste the text into a email it will all show up.
    The healing art of Reiki, once quarunteened and ostresized far from western mainstream collective consciousness, is now growing in popularity and acceptenace in hospitals throughout the once uninterested United States as the American medical community is beginning to understand the effectiveness of the treatments and also the increase in post Reiki patient satisfaction. Today, many U.S. hospitals now include Reiki in their patient services.

    A research study performed at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut concludes Reiki treatments have improved patient sleep by 86 percent, reduced pain by 78 percent, reduced nausea by 80 percent, and reduced anxiety during pregnancy by 94 percent. 75% of the patients who participated in the study also said that they would “definitely want service again”, as reported by the U.S. paper USA Today in September 2012.

    Over 800 hospitals now offer Reiki as a regular part of patient services in the United States. Following is a sample of the hospitals offering Reiki healing services and this number is expected to continue to grow as once seemingly unpenatrable western consciusness structures open and broaden as we continue our journey through the age of information. For a larger list and more documentation visit;
    http://healingtoday.com/reiki_facts.htm

    Yale-New Haven Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Connecticut Harvard University, Boston/Cambridge, Massachusetts Brigham and Women’s Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Boston Massachusetts General Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Boston, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California Johns Hopkins Hospital (America's Best Hospitals 2007), Baltimore George Washington University Medical Center, Washington DC Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY Portsmouth Regional Hospital, Portsmouth, NH Hawaii Pacific Health-Wilcox Memorial Hospital, Lihue, Hawaii Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA University of Colorado Medical School, CO

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  3. Interesting subject this,
    Reiki healing through use of using energy techniques. Is this right?

    (I might be to lazy, to do this type of work:( ... 'I'll check it out:)

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  4. Hello folks, I will change the font and perhaps this will help.

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  5. I'm not real up on computer technology ~Gregory Greg Giles~ (I have no idea about what you are talking about or how to use it!) "change the font and perhaps this will help." yeahhhhhh! (for everyone if it helps :)

    Just to say that when we work with energy it take being able to with hold a tremendous amount of energy within our own physical bodies. I applaud those of who do this type of work. Its not easy working with energy... Just doing energy work, for global healing or doing energy work on myself, I get real tired afterwards, sometimes and have no choice but to take a nap...and drink a lot of water.

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  6. Could you please reference more data on the study you describe from USA Today Sept 2012. I can't seem to locate it. Thank you!
    Ginny Mackles
    http://thereikijourney.com

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  7. Thanks for a great article. It´s highly needed in our times to have a holistic approach to our helth and life though modern medicine dont have all the answers. Mostly we are the answer to our problems by looking more deep into ourselves without being afraid. Unfortunately it´s more common to just run faster in a distressed and empty life. That´s the sign for being lost; to run faster. However we dont have to and should not follow the masses because we are all going into a more peaceful way of life that give us our selfvalue back and make us care more about eachother. So holistic thinking is the future for ourselves and mother earth!

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