Reiki under the microscope

When, many years ago, I started doing Reiki after my Level 1 attunement, I had absolutely no idea that the medical world was beginning to take Reiki very seriously.

Reiki under the microscope

These days, when I give my talks about Reiki to various groups, I am still often surprised by the lack of awareness of Reiki by so many people. But, to me, what is even worse, is the realisation that the general public is not aware of just how seriously the medical profession is regarding Reiki.

Hence this page - my crusade to make people aware of how mainstream Reiki is becoming. You've heard of Reiki being described as either complementary or alternative? Now meet the new adjective - integrative. In other words, being used as part of a holistic approach alongside conventional medicine and treatments.

Serious, in-depth clinical trials on Reiki have been carried out for some years now, and more will follow. Reiki is natural, has no side effects - and it works: now science is beginning to prove it.

Reiki under the microscope

In the course of my researches into clinical trials conducted into Reiki, I found the evidence in three main sources.

  • The Center for Reiki Research - click here.
  • Reiki Australia - click here.
  • Pubmed. As this site contains a vast number of trials, all I can do here is to give you a link to Pubmed's Home Page - click here. When you go into that page, as you key in Reiki into the search window, a further window will drop down, allowing you to select whatever specific type of Reiki report you are looking for.