The Reiki Roundup
Cleveland, Ohio, USA: Once completed, University Hospital’s state-of-the-art Seidman Cancer Center will offer cutting-edge cancer care and incorporate Reiki in its integrative treatment program. SCC board president Nathan Levitan describes the philosophy, “I liken our care to two parallel railroad tracks – one is conventional interventional therapy like chemotherapy and radiation and the other is the supportive components that come from integrated medicine. One complements the other.”
San Luis Obispo, CA, USA: The ADDept Center teaches kids and parents how to live with, and manage, the symptoms of ADD and ADHD. The center has found Reiki particularly helpful in reducing anxiety so that kids can begin to participate in their own care.
Miami, Florida, USA: Dr. Eugene Ahn, a University of Miami oncologist, advocates for the vital role of consciousness in healing. Dr. Ahn wants to see more treatment modalities like Reiki that encompass the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels of human experience.
Islamabad, Pakistan: I loved the enthusiasm in this story and the image of an Islamabad high school introducing students, friends, and families to Reiki at their spring festival.
London, U.K.: Well-known Mirror columnist Sue Carroll was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. She approached Reiki and homeopathy with a cautious cynicism Both have become integral parts of her journey.
And for our canine friends—
Boston, MA, USA: Five star dog hotels, with Reiki therapists on call and knock-out city views, are popping up around the U.S.
Beaufort, Louisiana, USA: Tracie Korol, a Tufts University-certified canine behaviorist and holistic practitioner treats dogs, while their people wish they could be her clients. Tracy provides the canines with homemade food, massage, and Reiki.