Reiki Research Gives Credibility
One of our aims and objectives is to help provide information on research. The Oxford Dictionary defines research as: “The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions”.
Our dedicated Research Group has now started to collect and evaluate the scientific studies and clinical trials already done with Reiki – and to compile them into a comprehensive list which can be found below.
Each paper is tested for its accuracy and merits before being added. As this is an ongoing project, please revisit this site from time to time for additions. And if you have a study to add, please send it to us for consideration.
Of course, as Reiki Practitioners we know that Reiki works, anyway. Each of us have their own stories to tell of the amazing effects of Reiki. Collectively, this can be called anecdotal evidence – and has convinced many patients and students to try it for themselves. And once people try Reiki, they tend to not need any further convincing.
Medical professionals and scientists, however, are often looking for more evidence than just the anecdotal before they accept Reiki. We hope this scientific evidence will help Reiki to be accepted in even more hospitals, hospices, and GP practices.
PLEASE NOTE: We are currently reviewing “Reiki – The Body of Evidence”. It will be back online for download soon again.
Contact the Research Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org