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Noel John M. Carrasco, M.D., FAAP

Pat Murphy Carrasco, BSN, MFA, CMHT

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Many people are practicing techniques to improve their health such as meditation, exercise and improved diet. As this is done, a deeper awareness often develops concerning the flow of subtle energies in and around the body and the connection between these subtle energies and one's health. This developing awareness validates the ancient idea that strong life force energy contributes to good health. The existence of life force energy, and the necessity for it to flow freely in and around one's body to maintain health, has been studied and acknowledged by health care practitioners and scientists.

Mikao Usui in the late 1800s discovered a healing art in Japan, called Reiki (ray-key).

Reiki is a system of subtle, vibrational (energy) healing that has no medical contraindications. It is holistic in that it does not attack disease in any form, but rather, it encourages the individual towards balance (homeostasis). Reiki operates on the supposition that the subtle vibrational structure is the foundation for everything that happens on the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels. Even the subtlest shift on the vibrational level carries the potential to affect every level of our experience. The term Reiki refers both to subtle vibrational enegry and to this particular way of accessing it. Reiki restores energy balance and vitality by relieving the physical and emotional effects of unreleased stress. Reiki treats the person’s body, emotions, mind and spirit as a whole. Reiki is powerful, yet wonderfully gentle and nurturing.

The system of Reiki is comprised of techniques for transmitting this subtle energy to yourself and others through the hands, or eyes into the human subtle energy system. (A treatment feels like warm, gentle sunshine, which flows through you, surrounds you and brings comfort.) During a treatment, the recipient remains fully clothed. People experience Reiki as supportive regardless the availability of cure. Reiki is not directed by the practitioner, and, in this way, it is very different from other vibrational or bioenergetic modalities such as Therapeutic Touch and qigong. Reiki needs no diagnosis because the flow of subtle healing vibration is spontaneous and drawn by the recipient. Reiki provides symptomatic relief without suppressing critical symptoms. Reiki moves with nature, not counter to it. Reiki supports any medical, or supplemental healing methods a client may be using and is of growing interest to chiropractors, medical doctors, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, psychologists and hypnotherapists. Adapted from Laurelle Gia ‘Infinite Light WebSite ’and Pamela Miles ‘Conversations with’ .

I am trained in Usui and Karuna Reiki (from Infinite Light Sedona, Laurelle Gia & Micheal Baird). Usui Tea Te and Gendai Reki Ho from Nita Mocanu, (the Center Reiki Forum France) and in Reiki Drumming ( from Michael Baird).

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