Reiki Healing

“The power of belief, the absolutely awesome incredible power of belief, is the genie in your life. Let me say that again.

The absolutely awesome incredible power of belief, is the genie in your life.”  — Eldon Taylor

12 Weeks to Self-Healing: Transforming Pain through Energy Medicine  shares about self-healing and healing others.

This is an excerpt from my #1 Best-selling book. (p. 149)

When teaching Reiki healing for many years, I have told my students that we all have the ability to heal. Many clients experienced their own ability to feel energy and heal themselves as well as others in this process.

 2An illustration of this principle involved a client of mine with cancer who was in the hospital preparing for surgery. I asked my students to meet me there and use Reiki to help calm her and assist in the healing process. When the doctors located a blood clot and could not operate, I invited my students, as well as the client’s mother and sister, to assist me in laying hands on the client. After talking with the nurse in charge, I understood the clot needed to dissolve before they could operate. We all imaged this as we did the healing. A period of a half hour or so went by, and when I felt an immediate sense that the healing was complete, I asked the nurse to check again. They did, and the clot was gone. The client was subsequently able to receive the needed surgery, the mother and sister of the patient were able to be helpful, and my students’ confidence in their healing ability increased. It was a glorious day!

We are all connected to the Source, and we all have the ability to channel this love. Here are some exercises to practice so that you can define your beliefs and connect with the God of your heart, as well as get in touch with your own healing abilities.

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2 Comments on “Reiki Healing”

  1. rcornish says:

    Interesting reading. Certainly things unexplained have to be given up to some reason and such things occur you have to think it played a part. Thanks for sharing.

  2. rachel says:

    Couldn’t this just have been coincidence rather than cause and effect?


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