A study to test the effectiveness of placebo Reiki standardization procedures developed for a planned Reiki efficacy study.

@article{Mansour1999AST,
  title={A study to test the effectiveness of placebo Reiki standardization procedures developed for a planned Reiki efficacy study.},
  author={Abo Zid Aoud Mansour and M Beuche and Gary Laing and Ann Leis and Jo Nurse},
  journal={Journal of alternative and complementary medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={153-64}
}
Reiki is one type of alternative therapy that is increasing in popularity. It is advocated by its practitioners as a precise method for connecting universal life energy with the body's innate process of healing through hands-on techniques. The claim of Reiki practitioners is that Reiki reduces a variety of physical problems and improves psychospiritual well-being. There are abundant anecdotal records that support the previous claim, and a few pioneer scientific studies are starting to emerge… CONTINUE READING
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