Reiki in the Clinical Setting is On The Rise : Gaurav Loyalka

“We’re beginning now to understand things that we know in our hearts are true but we could never measure. As we get better at understanding how little we know about the body, we begin to realize that the next big frontier in medicine is energy medicine.

“Incorporating Reiki with conventional healthcare not only assists with curing the curable, but also provides a solution for caring for the incurable. Because Reiki facilitates the body’s creative ability to heal itself, dramatic healing shifts can occur when Reiki…is part of a medical treatment plan.

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 of Health Forums, hospitals are responding to the needs of the communities they serve by offering these therapies. ”

Reiki is now one of the top three complementary in-patient therapies in U. S. hospitals, according to an AHA survey. Massage therapy takes first place, with 37% of hospital patients requesting it. Number two is music and art therapy at 25%, and a very close third is “healing touch therapies” at 25%, which included Reiki and Therapeutic Touch.

Reiki in the clinical setting is becoming mainstream

Hospitals are responding, discovering for themselves the many benefits Reiki can offer. “As our health care system challenges institutions to offer high-quality but cost-effective service, Reiki is being recognized as an important tool to maximize patient care and minimize recovery time.

Patients love it

According to an International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP) study of “America’s Best Hospitals” 60% of them had formal or informal Reiki programs in place.

All hospitals using Reiki said that they believed Reiki to be at least somewhat beneficial for patients, and 67% said they believed Reiki to be highly beneficial.

Reiki in Institutions

Acceptance of Reiki in institutions comes in part because it is so easy to incorporate into the clinical setting. It requires no specific setting, technology or preparation. Reiki is a touch therapy, and RNs and other professionals routinely touch patients as part of their job. If they are Reiki-trained, every time they touch a patient, the patient automatically receives Reiki energy.

Since long, formal sessions are not required to support a patient with Reiki therapy, opportunistic mini-treatments in the normal course of patient care make Reiki very easy to incorporate.

What Inspired Gaurav Loyalka to Choose Reiki Expert as profession

The endless pain people go though without any cure,a way to help where being a reiki practitioner i know all our diseases are because of some or the other emotional blockages we have within. I learnt this art to help people in the best possible ways.

I am shortly discussing the areas through which it will be more evident how reiki is curing medical patients

And how its being used and is perfect for clinical settings.

You May Contact Gourav Loyalka (Member of international  association of Reiki Professionals) on 9830814188


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