The Complete Reiki Handbook Basic Introductiona And Methods Of Natural Application (A Complete Guide For Reiki Practice)
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2003 - 191 pages
Walter Lubeck describes in a clear concise fashion a method of treatment which--irrespective of all challenges, obstacles or legal restrictions--offers therapeutic possibilities in the face of the challenges confronting naturopathy and empirical medicine today. This book will help to broaden the knowledge thus gained and provide more insight into Reiki so that it may be applied with greater ease and care. This book is especially commendable as it establishes connections between Reiki and biological medicine by pointing out combinations possible with herbal extracts, homeopathiic preparations, Schussler salts, and the spagyric remedies which have been rediscovered. The combined action of Reiki energy and natural medicinal substances, some of which have been known from time immemorial, speed up and improve the therapeutic effect to a considerable degree.
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