• Welcome Guest
    Welcome to the Roundtable Forum, the community boards for www.transients.info. If you have an account already, please log in, otherwise feel free to sign up. Note that you will be unable to post new threads, reply to existing threads, or have access to some boards and information unless you are logged in after signing up with a forum account. By being registered you can also post comments on front page articles using your forum Account.

Reiki in the Clinical Setting is On The Rise


Healer & Empath
Retired Moderator
I sure hope this opens eyes for those in the medical field. I was using reiki here in the states when i worked at a hospital problem is back then is was hush hush but the more people i speak to, the more tell me reiki is becoming very open which is a WONDERFUL thing!!!

Reiki in the Clinical Setting

Reiki in the Clinical Setting is On The Rise
Reiki is increasingly finding its way into institutional settings, from hospitals to hospices, and the push appears to be coming from patients as well as clinical practitioners.

“More and more, patients are requesting care beyond what most consider to be traditional health services, and hospitals are responding to the needs of the communities they serve by offering these therapies,” according to researcher Sita Ananth of Health Forum, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association (AHA). “And hospitals are responding to the needs of the communities they serve by offering these therapies.” Full article: http://iarp.org/reiki-clinical-setting/

Last edited by a moderator:


Healer, Musician, Astral-Traveler
Retired Moderator
That's all great news. We need this shift in "mainstream" health care and it is slowly taking place, despite the resistance of the (so called 'science' based) establishment.


Healing Facilitator & Consciousness Guide
Staff member
Board Moderator
Creator of transients.info & The Roundtable
Recently I posted on our Facebook page that Aboriginal Ngangkari healers have been visiting major hospitals and rural clinics in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, using their 60,000 year old traditions.


"She said the most comparable form of alternative medicine to Ngangkari healing was reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction. Depending on a client's problems, Ngangkari healers offer three main techniques — a smoking ceremony, bush medicines or spirit realignment" (Source)​

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 1, Guests: 0)