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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Reiki Roundup

This week's Reiki Roundup begins on CNN, where Reiki gets a mention in a feature headlined "10 fresh ways to boost your energy now."

In Albany, New York, doctor, blogger, and Reiki practitioner Beth Netter, M.D., discusses "The Incredible Healing Powers of Touch" in her blog for the Times-Union.

Next stop: Burlington, Ontario, Canada, where we find physician and Reiki practitioner Dr. Conrad Sichler. He's among the Canadian doctors donating all or part of a day's pay to help provide health care for the poor in Africa.

On to sunny California, where KSBY-TV in San Luis Obispo reports on a new cancer resource center that includes Reiki among the modalities it offers to help cancer patients. All the center's services are free, thanks to a $1 million grant from the William Randolph Hearst foundation.

Meanwhile, in Malaysia, Reiki training is also being offered free to cancer patients and their families, thanks to the National Cancer Society of Malaysia.

In Manchester, UK, we find business analyst-turned-healer Caroline Boulton, who provides massage and Reiki to stressed workers in the corporate world. How nice that the article doesn't confuse or combine the two modalities.

In Dursley, Gloucestershire, UK, doctors are offering free complementary therapies, including Reiki, to patients as part of a pilot scheme to find out whether those therapies can help patients for whom orthodox medical treatments have not worked.

And in Dothan, Alabama, USA, the local newspaper features a very nice photo of Reiki being demonstrated to illustrate an article headlined, "Alternative approaches used more and more with traditional medicine."


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