“Reiki tends to make patients undergoing conventional treatments more apt to receive those treatments,” says Fleisher. “They’re better able follow the protocol, less stressed about invasive procedures and more peaceful pre- and post-surgery.” According to The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, there are currently no licensing standards for Reiki, and techniques can vary greatly. Those interested in Reiki should seek out a practitioner recommended by a friend, family member or health care provider.
What it’s Best For: Reiki treats a person’s whole self, and it is balancing for a person’s whole being. Physical or emotional stress can be eased with Reiki treatment. “Clients report that Reiki helps them with centeredness, calmness and feelings of peace and wellbeing,” says Fleisher. “Patients report that Reiki helps reduce nausea, pain, anxiety and fatigue, and increase a sense of wellness and freedom.”
The Beauty Connection: Reiki treatment can help you feel whole, well and balanced inside, which can have a visible effect on your outer beauty. “Reiki as a practice helps you feel better about yourself,” says Fleisher. “When we feel good internally, it reflects externally.” And the beautifying effects of Reiki are not limited to those in optimal health. “You can have an internal and external reflection of wellness even while you are living with an illness,” she says.
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