by Keri Stella
REIKI SHOWN TO REDUCE SYMPTOMS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEPRESSION AND STRESS UP TO ONE YEAR AFTER TREATMENTS
Today, patients are seeking out treatment by alternative healers in increasing numbers, partly due to the dissatisfaction of the Western Medicine model of not treating the “whole” person. Energetic healing has recently gained popularity with doctors, nurses and other health care professionals as a way to complement traditional medicine.
With up to 25% of women and 12% of men having experienced depression, standard treatments ...
By Jennifer O'Leary-Chen
This story has special significance to me. When I was younger, whenever my mom & I would see a turtle on the road needing help, we'd help it. It was one of our things.
My mom passed away 8 years ago. Another special interest we shared was 4-H. We both volunteered for this youth organization. She had been Department Chairperson of the Environmental Department at the Middlesex county 4-H Fair. I also became a Chairperson, and in honor of my ...
Reiki for Loved Ones
By Caitlin Marino
Reiki for Loved Ones is a program at Healing Way Center that offers distant Reiki sessions in 15 minute increments. This allows anyone to purchase a gift of 15 minutes or more for friends, loved ones or even themselves.
The point of offering these short customized sessions is to allow for flexibility. Clients can experience the benefits and support of Reiki outside of the physical treatment space. These sessions are ideal for people who are undergoing surgery, ...
Using Reiki Every Day
By Jennifer O'Leary-Chen
Did you know that becoming certified in Reiki can be used in so many different ways & help you with everyday life. Many people don’t realize that you don’t need to have a Reiki practice in order to benefit from the wonderful energy of Reiki.
Reiki is an awesome healing technique for yourself, loved ones & pets. Not only can it be used for stress reduction & relaxation, it can help with chronic pain, insomnia, and help ...
Magnesium Balances Calcium and Rescues the Heart
By Scott Miners, editor, Well Being Journal, Vol. 23, No. 4.
Carolyn Dean, M.D., author of The Magnesium Miracle, states that up to 80 percent of the population in the U.S. is deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is the mineral that activates nerves and muscles, including the muscle cells in the heart. It attaches to adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy molecule of the body, to catalyze stored energy. ATP, she writes, “created in mitochondria, is the main source of energy in ...