Friday, May 17, 2013

Reiki Success Story Number 1

Yesterday morning as I came in to the OR to set up, one of my RN Reiki 1 students was going to be in there with me.

She shared how her stomach had been bothering her for some time, and she kept noticing her hands drifting up to rest on her painful areas. It offered her some relief.

Once the scrub had stepped out, I offered the RN a quick Reiki session, standing up.

I sensed her discomfort, and a lot of energy flowed from my hands into her stomach. She could feel it.

Much to our delight, the pain instantly went away, never to return for the rest of the day.

One day we are going to have 'treatments without pills or injections'. This is just the beginning.

It may not be new for those of you outside the hospital, but for those of us who work in the O.R., this is a definite 'first': two traditionally-trained healthcare workers using Reiki on each other with success.


Reiki Doc


  1. The time is here now! Taking a pill only DELAYS the natural healing process and instead of reaching for a pill...take a few drinks of pure, spring water then put your own hands on where the discomfort is and say: I AM A LIGHT BEING, I AM A SOVEREIGN BEING, I AM HEALED--rub the area saying: I LOVE YOU, THANK YOU FOR ALL THE WORK YOU DO TO KEEP ME HEALTHY--I AM VERY GRATEFUL, THANK YOU, THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
    The discomfort should subside and go away with a few minutes....
    If you have continuous pain, seek medical attention.

    1. Thank you Linda! I appreciate the reminder on showing gratitude to your body. Namaste.

  2. While we are at it--when to see a doctor/go to the hospital:
    numbness/not working extremities/garbled speech (stroke)
    sudden shortness of breath, weakness or chest pain (cardiac)
    abdominal pain so bad if you jump up and down it hurts like crazy (peritonitis)
    bleeding (throwing up red or coffee grounds, pooping blood or tar, or a cut that pulls open)
    broken bone--sticking out is worse only six hours to fix it--
    worst headache in your life (subarachnoid hemorrhage)
    severe allergic reaction (take one allergy pill, benadryl or zyrtec on way to hospital)
    That's the short list. Mahalos!