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Michelle

I am not familiar enough with crystal healing to answer about that but Reiki is very effective and there are actually clinical studies that have proven Reiki effective in certain conditions. Many nurses are taking Reiki as t counts as continuing education in many nursing programs and many hospitals throughout the world offer Reiki. I have found Reiki to be personally effective in curing a life threatening condition that I had received medical treatment for from a variety of specialists for 7 years. The best that the medical doctors were able to offer me is that there was no cure… Read more »

SmartAss
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SmartAss

Highly effective.

if you understand the meaning of disease.

If you even don’t understand this, it’s time for awakening.

Not much more to say. If your time for awakening has come, you will meet the right people and circumstances.

Apart from their effectiveness, is the question of need.

Good luck

ƦєdAиgєℓ
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ƦєdAиgєℓ

Clinical Trials Show Efficacy of Reiki:
http://naturalmedicine.suite101.com/article.cfm/clinical-trials-show-efficacy-of-reiki

Edit: as apposed to those “scientific” drug trials you mean lol well lets see – mylotarg – clinical trial conducted by Pfizer, approved by the FDA, on the market for 10 years – verdict: found to kill patients 5x more than no treatment and 100% ineffective – withdrawn from the market….if that is the clinical standard to strive towards, i think i’ll go with the studies that don’t want profit over patient safety.

Murthy N
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Murthy N

to day people search for money making therefore some people earn money by reiki and crystal healing. but these are ancient treatment discover by our people. these are working on our body. but slowly working. i suggest all the people learn these treatment to live healthy.

angrydoc
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angrydoc

Great answers from Gary and dave. Reiki masters and crystal healing nuts will never be able to answer your questions about effectiveness and how it works.

Gary Y
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Gary Y

Good question Roger. Both Reiki and Crystal healing have no theoretical or biophysical basis and there is not one shred of valid evidence to support their claimed effects. If you ask the proponents how they work, you only ever get embarrassingly stupid pseudoscience or appeals to ignorance (eg; “we don’t know but there are many things we don’t know about the universe”). I think Reiki is really just a method for ‘masters’ to make huge amounts of money by teaching and selling books. Ditto; crystals are sold with weaselly worded health claims at huge profit together with a plethora of… Read more »

dave
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dave

None at all. Any perceived benefits are via placebo, regression to the mean or exist in the mind (and wallet) of those performing it. Any talk of ‘energy’ is total nonsense; to think that we can isolate individual atoms, detect the composition of a planet’s atmosphere billions of miles away YET CANNOT detect an ‘energy’ that that someone claims they can move around using their hands or a piece of rock is patently ridiculous! Edit: “Clinical Trials Show Efficacy of Reiki” lmao! Check this bit: “Three acupuncture points on the hands of each of the participants were measured for skin… Read more »

Jacko
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Jacko

None whatsoever…………It’s all in the mind.