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Has anyone here seen any improvements from energy healing? I know this goes against modern medicine and probably Dr. Diana’s theory, but just curious!
Back in November-January, I saw an acupuncturist (he was so great!) for 10 sessions. I will say I felt pretty darn good while under his care. I stopped because his father got sick so he went to China for 3 weeks. During that time, I had no treatments and began declining. I worried that I would only feel well while doing this and I couldn’t afford it at $70/session. He told me then that I ‘think/worry’ too much and had a HIGH level of inflammation in my body. It’s funny because 1/2 way through, I would suddenly have to pee- EVERY time! I’d have to say he’s dead on about the inflammation- all from looking at my tongue.
I then had a Reiki session and again felt great for the 3-4 days afterwards (and had to pee then too). I then went through a Reiki class on a Friday night/Saturday so I could do self treatments. What an amazing experience and yep- felt AMAZING during and the week following. I’ve noticed the self treatments don’t help as much (but maybe it’s because I’m not doing them as often as I should).
And today, I came across this blog: http://missioninvisible.blogspot.com/.
Anyway, curious if anyone else has had a similiar experience?
I’m a reiki practioner. Nuff said?
Yay! What’s been your experience with the self treatments?
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