Science is catching up with what tens of thousands already know – Reiki, and other types of energy work, produce results.
” After decades of often disputed validity, the effectiveness of Reiki, a holistic energy treatment is gaining new respect within the medical community. Not only are highly reputable medical facilities throughout the U.S. offering patients alternative healing programs such as Reiki, those facilities are analyzing the benefits of their programs and are submitting them for review and compilation. The results of these Reiki research studies are nothing short of remarkable…The most recent data analyzed (during 2008-9) shows strong evidence that Reiki is indeed responsible for a positive biological response in both humans and animals…New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Campus conducted one of the first studies ever performed to determine the effectiveness of Reiki treatments on the autonomic nervous system. This “blind, random study” included a Reiki treatment group, a “sham” treatment group and a “control” group. The testing began with all participants at “baseline” autonomic nervous systems levels. The results within the Reiki treatment group showed a lowering of these levels including heart rate, respiration and blood pressure. These positive results led the team to recommend further, larger studies to look at the biological effects of Reiki treatment.”
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This article on the connecting between sleep and your immune system from the Huffington Post outlines how lack of sleep or low quality sleep can have effects beyond feeling the need for a second cup of coffee.
Reflexology can help ease the stress, tension and pain that may interfere with your ability to get good, restful sleep.
It’s common knowledge that too little sleep can increase our odds of getting sick, but a new study sheds light on just how direct the connection is. Researchers found that the body’s circadian clock controls an essential immune system gene in mice — a gene that helps the body ward off bacteria and viruses…read full article
They walk among us, even in the daylight…and they don’t sparkle, sleep in coffins or have the ability to fly.
Every relationship, situation and encounter is an energy exchange. Some build your energy up and leave you feeling fantastic or peaceful. Some leave you feeling drained, overwhelmed, or exhausted. Everyone has the capacity to be a vampire (even without meaning to be), so these encounters can sneak up on you and before you know it you’re in the clutches of a vampire.
How do you know if you’ve been the victim of an attack? Does your thinking become cloudy or confused? Is your mood suddenly really low? Do you feel tired or drained?
How can you protect yourself? Here’s a helpful article
by Dr. Judith Orloff, MD. She’ll teach you how to spot 3 of the most common vampires and what simple steps you can take to protect yourself .