Author:Sacred Transformations

Reiki and Spiritual Healing

Reiki has been called Universal Life Energy, Qi and Spiritual Energy to name of few. In my years of practicing Reiki, I have come to understand that it is a vital, non-invasive healing modality that blends peacefully, yet powerfully, with other forms of healing.  I...

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What is Shamanism?

Shamanism comes from many cultures and has been in existence for at least over 40,000 years. Shamans heal from the perspective that illness is a form of soul loss and/or spirit intrusion. Shamans define soul and spirit as our life force, which is the part...

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Five Element Theory

Five Element theory originated from the Taoist tradition. The creation of this 5000 year old theory was based on the Taoists pursuit of obtaining immortality. They believe that immortality can be achieved when one lives in harmony within the universe. The theory begins by first...

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Healing Severe Anxiety

One of the most common issues I see is on-going stress that leads to varying degrees of anxiety and depressive-type symptoms. When I worked as a Social Worker doing talk therapy, I felt limited in bringing my clients to a better state of health. This...

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Vision Magazine September 12, 2012 Interview with Sara Burns An Energetic Discussion of Healing A Conversation with Sara Burns Sara Burns is an amazing woman, and our meeting was one that surprised me due to her incredible knowledge and compassion. As I told her, she is the “real deal!” There are so many people that offer help...

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Reiki in Hospitals

In 2009, it was estimated that over 15% of hospitals included Reiki in their complementary services. This included such hospitals as John Hopkins, the Mayo Clinic and Yale-New Haven University Hospital. It has also estimated that over 2.2 million people have used Reiki. Despite research...

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Union Tribune San Diego Article on Acupuncture, Reiki and other treatments

  Nontraditional practices offer healing therapy and more   Acupuncture, Reiki and other treatments support conventional medicine By U-T San Diego Contributor 6 A.M.AUG. 6, 2013 [caption id="attachment_780" align="alignnone" width="540"] Kayleen Walsh performs acupuncture treatment to fellow student Alia Mrowczynski at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Rick Nocon photo[/caption]   Alternative...

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