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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Reiki Roundup

This week's Reiki Roundup begins in Kuwait, where a Reiki practitioner is campaigning for a ban on advertising fast food to children. While many Reiki practitioners are also interested in good nutrition, that's generally considered beyond our scope of practice.

In nearby Dubai, United Arab Emirates, a Reiki Master writes a letter to the editor warning "Be careful when accepting help from Reiki master."

On to the United Kingdom, where the Daily Mirror includes a brief mention of Reiki in an article headlined, "Put spring in your step: Now is time to get healthy," reminding us that for the Northern Hemisphere, spring is right around the corner.

In Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A., we discover that no charges will be filed in the case of a police officer who hit and killed a local Reiki practitioner in a speeding patrol car while on his way to breakfast.

And in Hamilton, Massachusetts, U.S.A., we meet Reiki practitioner Pat Scanlon, recently named a Red Cross Hero for her volunteer work at a local hospice.

Also in Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, we learn how cancer survivors adapt in the long run.


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