They Tried, But Failed

Accurate and insightful-a great read for those who may want to know more about Reiki

Healey Institute for Healers

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In 2009, a conclave of Catholic Bishops advised Catholic the whole country to not allow Reiki in their hospitals.

Fast forward to my surgery last year in 2012, at St. Peter’s Hospital, I gratefully received the healing post operation.

Here is “A Response to the Bishops’ Statement on Reiki” by William Lee Rand. William is president of the International Center for Reiki Training and executive editor of the Reiki News Magazine. He has studied with five Reiki teachers, including two from Japan, and has made three trips to Japan to research the history and nature of Reiki. Rand has practiced Reiki since 1981 and has taught full time for 20 years.

*Photo courtesy of CNN.com

On March 25, 2009, U.S. Catholic bishops issued a statement advising Catholic hospitals, health care facilities, and Catholic chaplains not to support the use of Reiki sessions. The statement was issued by The Committee on…

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