Reiki is the Japanese word for “universal life force energy". It is an ancient healing technique. Reiki is an excellent complement to Western medicine and is offered through holistic centers, health care settings and many hospitals and hospices. It promotes balance and harmony on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level. Reiki induces relaxation, releases stress, anxiety and tension, reduces pain and nausea and boosts the immune system.
The Reiki practitioner activates the gentle but powerful life force energy to assist the individual in moving towards deep inner wellness. This happens when the energy passes through the practitioner’s hands to the recipient. The client is fully clothed and covered with a blanket for warmth. The energy is safe and noninvasive; the practitioner’s hands rest lightly on the client, or just above the client’s body, to transfer the energy. During a session, the recipient may feel Reiki’s healing energy in the form of warmth, waves of pulsation or a tingling sensation. There are no contraindications with Reiki. Usually the recipient will feel a deep sense of relaxation and peacefulness at the end of the session. A single session can be effective. However, receiving Reiki on a regular basis over an extended period of time allows the healing power of the sessions to deepen and strengthen, bringing about greater, more stable improvement on all levels. Reiki will only do what is in the highest good of the client.
Peggy Huddleston’s “Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster” Workshop
In this 1 hour workshop, the patient will learn step-by-step the mind-body techniques that will help them feel calmer before surgery, have less pain after surgery, use less pain medication, recover faster, strengthen their immune system and save money on medical bills. As part of the workshop each patient will receive a book & CD. To learn more about the workshop call Jeannette or visit www.HealFaster.com.
Peggy Huddleston’s workshop has been endorsed by renowned physicians Christiane Northrup, M.D., Andrew T. Weil, M.D., Mehmet C. Oz, M.D. as well as Susan L. Troyan, M.D., Surgical Director of the Breast Care Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston and Gerald L. Zaitlin, M.D., Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.