One of my students is involved in helping people with Addiction and Recovery and asked me to write an article for her website. http://you-calyptus.com/index.php/2019/08/12/reiki-and-addiction-by-reiki-master-teacher-and-non-dual-healer-donna-miller-small-www-reikinewyork-com/ This was an opportunity for me to further research this important topic with a focus on Reiki and Addiction. I’d like to share how Reiki can help you or a loved one who might be dealing with or recovering from addiction.
What is Reiki, and where and how is it used?
A Japanese technique, Reiki reduces stress and promotes relaxation and healing. It works on the physical, mental /emotional, and spiritual levels. Reiki has been used successfully in many prominent medical settings. These range from hospitals such as Columbia Presbyterian, Sloan Kettering, Beth Israel and Georgetown University to the Palliative Care Unit of NIH ( National Institute of Health) in Bethesda Md. To learn more about Reiki: https://reikinewyork.com/about-reiki/.
While Reiki is never a replacement for medical intervention, it serves as a powerful adjunct to other major treatments. Simple to administer and effortless to receive, Reiki requires only that the practitioner use light hand placements on or near the body to transmit healing energy to the client who lies fully clothed on a massage table.