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Can Reiki be a legitimate treatment if no one can prove how it works?

Rosie Fernandez of CBC Tapestry interviews journalist, Jordan Kisner, who trained as a Reiki practitioner to fully understand how Reiki can help with increasing mental and emotional health and holistic wellbeing.

Reiki is a complementary holistic health approach that originated in Japan in the late 1800s.

“Reiki is a spiritual practice that falls under the category of energy medicine. So when someone is practicing Reiki, they ideally stand near the body of another person and gently place their hands on — or maybe just hovering above — the body of the person they’re going to offer Reiki to. And they are with them mindfully.”

Listen to interview by Rosie Fernandez on CBC Tapestry:

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/tapestry/wondrous-strange-when-science-meets-transcendence-1.5710702/can-reiki-be-a-legitimate-treatment-if-no-one-can-prove-how-it-works-1.5710727

Can Reiki be a legitimate treatment if no one can prove how it works?