Reiki for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Insomnia

Reiki can kick start the healing process for almost any issue however, one area it is proving to be extremely beneficial is with returning soldiers and the military. Here are just some examples of how it’s helping.

SERVING OUR SERVICE MEMBERS
By Ellen Severino

“It’s like my body doesn’t remember how to sleep.”

That’s what Michael, a soldier dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, said when he came for a Reiki treatment at the military base where I work. Reiki treatment was new to Michael, but he was willing to give it a try.

Lying on his back on the treatment table, Michael seemed tense, his fingers clasped tightly across his abdomen. I placed my hands lightly on the crown of his head. A few minutes later, he exhaled loudly. Soon his breath began to slow and his hands moved to his sides. A few more minutes and he was snoring.

When the Reiki treatment ended, Michael sat up and said, “What just happened? I don’t remember the last time I felt this good!”

Since then Michael has come for more Reiki treatment and has referred several of his friends, all veterans who suffer with PTSD. All report sleeping better and feeling less anxious.

Reiki healing eases overwhelm

Laura, a Navy Veteran, came to see me because, as she put it, she had too much on her plate. She had heard the word Reiki, but was unfamiliar with the practice or its benefits.

A few minutes into our session, Laura’s face tensed and she bit her lower lip for a moment, then relaxed. When the treatment ended, I encouraged her to take her time getting up.

She lingered a minute then said, “ I wasn’t expecting that. I think I put something down that I have been carrying a long time.”

The next time I saw Laura, she told me how much better she felt, that something had definitely shifted. “I’m able to see things differently,” she said.

Reiki healing for staff

Carla is a nurse who works at a Veterans Hospital. She describes her hectic and demanding job as walking a tight rope. Since having regular Reiki treatments she says, “I sleep so nice…I sleep like a baby.”

When I became a Reiki practitioner, I was preoccupied with achieving the best possible results from my treatments. I wondered if my Reiki hands would measure up.

My time with the military community has helped me appreciate what Reiki practice is really about.

My job is to place my hands and remain present, not to be vested in a particular outcome. I have witnessed time and again that  healing occurs in many ways, big and small, but is always a blessing. And that includes helping to provide a good night’s sleep.

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The benefits Ellen’s clients experienced — being able to sleep, feeling less anxious and overwhelmed — are actually simple, yet profound spiritual benefits.

 

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SERVING OUR SERVICE MEMBERS
By Ellen Severino

Reiki healing for PTSD and insomnia

“It’s like my body doesn’t remember how to sleep.”

That’s what Michael, a soldier dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, said when he came for a Reiki treatment at the military base where I volunteer. Reiki treatment was new to Michael, but he was willing to give it a try.

Lying on his back on the treatment table, Michael seemed tense, his fingers clasped tightly across his abdomen. I placed my hands lightly on the crown of his head. A few minutes later, he exhaled loudly. Soon his breath began to slow and his hands moved to his sides. A few more minutes and he was snoring.

When the Reiki treatment ended, Michael sat up and said, “What just happened? I don’t remember the last time I felt this good!”

Since then Michael has come for more Reiki treatment and has referred several of his friends, all veterans who suffer with PTSD. All report sleeping better and feeling less anxious.

Reiki healing eases overwhelm

Laura, a Navy Veteran, came to see me because, as she put it, she had too much on her plate. She had heard the word Reiki, but was unfamiliar with the practice or its benefits.

A few minutes into our session, Laura’s face tensed and she bit her lower lip for a moment, then relaxed. When the treatment ended, I encouraged her to take her time getting up.

She lingered a minute then said, “ I wasn’t expecting that. I think I put something down that I have been carrying a long time.”

The next time I saw Laura, she told me how much better she felt, that something had definitely shifted. “I’m able to see things differently,” she said.

Reiki healing for staff

Carla is a nurse who works at a Veterans Hospital. She describes her hectic and demanding job as walking a tight rope. Since having regular Reiki treatments she says, “I sleep so nice…I sleep like a baby.”

When I became a Reiki practitioner, I was preoccupied with achieving the best possible results from my treatments. I wondered if my Reiki hands would measure up.

My time with the military community has helped me appreciate what Reiki practice is really about.

My job is to place my hands and remain present, not to be vested in a particular outcome. I have witnessed time and again that  healing occurs in many ways, big and small, but is always a blessing. And that includes helping to provide a good night’s sleep.

__________________

The benefits Ellen’s clients experienced — being able to sleep, feeling less anxious and overwhelmed — are actually simple, yet profound spiritual benefits.

– See more at: http://reikiinmedicine.org/clinical-practice/reiki-military-ptsd/#sthash.k9eicdZI.dpuf

SERVING OUR SERVICE MEMBERS
By Ellen Severino

Reiki healing for PTSD and insomnia

“It’s like my body doesn’t remember how to sleep.”

That’s what Michael, a soldier dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, said when he came for a Reiki treatment at the military base where I volunteer. Reiki treatment was new to Michael, but he was willing to give it a try.

Lying on his back on the treatment table, Michael seemed tense, his fingers clasped tightly across his abdomen. I placed my hands lightly on the crown of his head. A few minutes later, he exhaled loudly. Soon his breath began to slow and his hands moved to his sides. A few more minutes and he was snoring.

When the Reiki treatment ended, Michael sat up and said, “What just happened? I don’t remember the last time I felt this good!”

Since then Michael has come for more Reiki treatment and has referred several of his friends, all veterans who suffer with PTSD. All report sleeping better and feeling less anxious.

Reiki healing eases overwhelm

Laura, a Navy Veteran, came to see me because, as she put it, she had too much on her plate. She had heard the word Reiki, but was unfamiliar with the practice or its benefits.

A few minutes into our session, Laura’s face tensed and she bit her lower lip for a moment, then relaxed. When the treatment ended, I encouraged her to take her time getting up.

She lingered a minute then said, “ I wasn’t expecting that. I think I put something down that I have been carrying a long time.”

The next time I saw Laura, she told me how much better she felt, that something had definitely shifted. “I’m able to see things differently,” she said.

Reiki healing for staff

Carla is a nurse who works at a Veterans Hospital. She describes her hectic and demanding job as walking a tight rope. Since having regular Reiki treatments she says, “I sleep so nice…I sleep like a baby.”

When I became a Reiki practitioner, I was preoccupied with achieving the best possible results from my treatments. I wondered if my Reiki hands would measure up.

My time with the military community has helped me appreciate what Reiki practice is really about.

My job is to place my hands and remain present, not to be vested in a particular outcome. I have witnessed time and again that  healing occurs in many ways, big and small, but is always a blessing. And that includes helping to provide a good night’s sleep.

__________________

The benefits Ellen’s clients experienced — being able to sleep, feeling less anxious and overwhelmed — are actually simple, yet profound spiritual benefits.

– See more at: http://reikiinmedicine.org/clinical-practice/reiki-military-ptsd/#sthash.k9eicdZI.dpuf

SERVING OUR SERVICE MEMBERS
By Ellen Severino

Reiki healing for PTSD and insomnia

“It’s like my body doesn’t remember how to sleep.”

That’s what Michael, a soldier dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, said when he came for a Reiki treatment at the military base where I volunteer. Reiki treatment was new to Michael, but he was willing to give it a try.

Lying on his back on the treatment table, Michael seemed tense, his fingers clasped tightly across his abdomen. I placed my hands lightly on the crown of his head. A few minutes later, he exhaled loudly. Soon his breath began to slow and his hands moved to his sides. A few more minutes and he was snoring.

When the Reiki treatment ended, Michael sat up and said, “What just happened? I don’t remember the last time I felt this good!”

Since then Michael has come for more Reiki treatment and has referred several of his friends, all veterans who suffer with PTSD. All report sleeping better and feeling less anxious.

Reiki healing eases overwhelm

Laura, a Navy Veteran, came to see me because, as she put it, she had too much on her plate. She had heard the word Reiki, but was unfamiliar with the practice or its benefits.

A few minutes into our session, Laura’s face tensed and she bit her lower lip for a moment, then relaxed. When the treatment ended, I encouraged her to take her time getting up.

She lingered a minute then said, “ I wasn’t expecting that. I think I put something down that I have been carrying a long time.”

The next time I saw Laura, she told me how much better she felt, that something had definitely shifted. “I’m able to see things differently,” she said.

Reiki healing for staff

Carla is a nurse who works at a Veterans Hospital. She describes her hectic and demanding job as walking a tight rope. Since having regular Reiki treatments she says, “I sleep so nice…I sleep like a baby.”

When I became a Reiki practitioner, I was preoccupied with achieving the best possible results from my treatments. I wondered if my Reiki hands would measure up.

My time with the military community has helped me appreciate what Reiki practice is really about.

My job is to place my hands and remain present, not to be vested in a particular outcome. I have witnessed time and again that  healing occurs in many ways, big and small, but is always a blessing. And that includes helping to provide a good night’s sleep.

__________________

The benefits Ellen’s clients experienced — being able to sleep, feeling less anxious and overwhelmed — are actually simple, yet profound spiritual benefits.

– See more at: http://reikiinmedicine.org/clinical-practice/reiki-military-ptsd/#sthash.k9eicdZI.dpuf

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