Stichting MS Research 2014

In 2014 ondersteunt Reiki Praktijk ZonnekrachtKarin de  Stichting MS Research. Meer informatie over Multiple Sclerose vindt u op:

http://msresearch.nl/reiki-praktijk-zonnekrachtkarin-voor-mensen-met-ms http:/

http://www.toekomstmetms.nl/nl-NL/Net-MS Bijgaand treft u twee publicaties over Multiple Sclerose en Reiki: 1.

Reiki and Multiple Sclerosis

by REIKI RAYS on JULY 23, 2013 Article by Angie Webster I have noticed the increase in neurological and autoimmune diseases over the last decade or so. Having suffered with seizures, migraines and various autoimmune difficulties, I am particularly interested in the treatment of these types of illness. I also have family members who have suffered with stroke and dementia. Most of us have been affected by neurological and autoimmune disorders in some way during the course of our lives. When I found that a friend’s daughter had been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I began researching complementary and alternative methods for treating MS. I would like to share with you some of the information I found regarding using Reiki to treat MS. Reiki was researched for the treatment of MS in a 2002 study in the United Kingdom. Very positive results were found. It was a small group of study participants (ten in all), with patients ranging from 35 to 60 years old. They were treated with Reiki once a week, for one hour, over the course of twelve weeks. The participants were tested on motor function, cognitive function, fatigue and lethargy, emotional and mental well-being, sensation in the arms and legs, pain, and urinary and bowel problems. All the participants saw improvement in symptoms and one person was completely relieved of all symptoms. In particular, the participants had significant decreases in pain and depression symptoms. Some of them were still noticing the relief nine months after the treatments had stopped, while others had some return of symptoms 6-8 weeks after the sessions were stopped. Ninety percent of the participants had a reduction of pain, eighty percent had a reduction of motor symptoms, seventy percent had a reduction of fatigue and seventy one percent noticed a reduction of the symptoms in their legs. Other areas of improvement were a reduction of urinary symptoms (66%), a reduction in bowel symptoms (60%), a reduction in lethargy (60%), and a reduction in the symptoms in the arms (42%).  All but one patient noticed a significant reduction in cognitive symptoms. That patient experienced no change in cognitive symptoms during the study. In the patients who experienced sleeplessness or dizziness, symptoms were completely relieved during the 12 week study. Those with stomach pains had a reduction of symptoms. In another case I found during my research, a woman with MS was unable to walk. She began using Reiki and reflexology. After a year, she is completely relieved of symptoms and can walk again. She described her symptoms in this way “elastic bands of pain circling my body, weak heavy legs, impaired walking, no mobility upon rising, dropping things, blurred or double vision, severe mood swings, poor or no bladder control, back pain and swelling, impaired speech, pins and needle sensation throughout my body, and my symptoms were aggravated by heat.” You can read her story here. I find all of this very encouraging. In many cases, patients with MS are not helped by traditional medicine alone. Even in the best of cases, traditional medicine only tries to delay the onset and worsening of symptoms. Cures and total relief of symptoms are rare with MS. Combining Reiki treatments with traditional medicine seems to have enormous benefits to MS patients. Several studies have confirmed that Reiki reduces depression, anxiety and pain symptoms. Even if these were the only symptoms relieved with Reiki, this would be a tremendous help to MS sufferers.  Pain, depression and anxiety are believed to worsen the condition of the immune system and the ability to cope. When these things are improved, a person is better able to heal. Reiki can be a very important tool in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis, relieving a number of symptoms and lessening the distress associated with the illness. 2.

Reiki News Articles

 

The International Center for Reiki Training

 

    Reiki and PersistenceHelps Woman Heal from MS by Valerie J. Kostiw I was personally afflicted with M.S. with a diagnosis in August of 1981. My symptoms included elastic bands of pain circling my body, weak heavy legs, impaired walking, no mobility upon rising, dropping things, blurred or double vision, severe mood swings, poor or no bladder control, back pain and swelling, impaired speech, pins and needle sensation throughout my body, and my symptoms were aggravated by heat. I was helped a little by Vitamin E and Allbee with Vitamin C. ACTH treatments brought me out of severe attacks temporarily. Herbs and reflexology also helped. I took reflexology and Reiki training. One year later I can walk again and I keep improving on the distance. At the start I was lucky if I could walk a block, and today I don’t even think of distance or the temperature. I speak much clearer, I seldom stumble over my words anymore. I have no more double vision. I practice Reiki, reflexology and massage without worrying about the strength in my hands. Book and needle work are no longer a problem for my eyes. I am very active in alternative health work, taking classes as well as teaching. As I have discovered, M.S. and Lupus are among the hardest diseases to treat, I feel fortunate to have had the determination to stick to the path I chose. I have worked with a couple of M.S. clients and found that when they start to make great progress, they decide to quit having the treatments of Reiki. As there is very little cooperation from the medical community in this area as yet, I have no encouragement from my doctors, but I will not quit working at it. I personally feel that I am M.S. free, if I wasn’t, I would not be mobile today because of the stress involved in my life at this present time. A few years ago I might not have been able to do anything in the same type of a situation. Reiki has helped me tremendously. Valerie J. Kostiw, Westlock, Ab ENGLISH: In 2014, Reiki practice  ZonnekrachtKarin(SolarpowerKarin)  supports Foundation: MS Research. Further information at:

http://www.toekomstmetms.nl/nl-NL/Net-MS Reiki results in a broad range of symptomatic benefits, including improvements in Multiple Sclerosis. A pare of publications: 1.

Reiki and Multiple Sclerosis

by REIKI RAYS on JULY 23, 2013 Article by Angie Webster I have noticed the increase in neurological and autoimmune diseases over the last decade or so. Having suffered with seizures, migraines and various autoimmune difficulties, I am particularly interested in the treatment of these types of illness. I also have family members who have suffered with stroke and dementia. Most of us have been affected by neurological and autoimmune disorders in some way during the course of our lives. When I found that a friend’s daughter had been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I began researching complementary and alternative methods for treating MS. I would like to share with you some of the information I found regarding using Reiki to treat MS. Reiki was researched for the treatment of MS in a 2002 study in the United Kingdom. Very positive results were found. It was a small group of study participants (ten in all), with patients ranging from 35 to 60 years old. They were treated with Reiki once a week, for one hour, over the course of twelve weeks. The participants were tested on motor function, cognitive function, fatigue and lethargy, emotional and mental well-being, sensation in the arms and legs, pain, and urinary and bowel problems. All the participants saw improvement in symptoms and one person was completely relieved of all symptoms. In particular, the participants had significant decreases in pain and depression symptoms. Some of them were still noticing the relief nine months after the treatments had stopped, while others had some return of symptoms 6-8 weeks after the sessions were stopped. Ninety percent of the participants had a reduction of pain, eighty percent had a reduction of motor symptoms, seventy percent had a reduction of fatigue and seventy one percent noticed a reduction of the symptoms in their legs. Other areas of improvement were a reduction of urinary symptoms (66%), a reduction in bowel symptoms (60%), a reduction in lethargy (60%), and a reduction in the symptoms in the arms (42%).  All but one patient noticed a significant reduction in cognitive symptoms. That patient experienced no change in cognitive symptoms during the study. In the patients who experienced sleeplessness or dizziness, symptoms were completely relieved during the 12 week study. Those with stomach pains had a reduction of symptoms. In another case I found during my research, a woman with MS was unable to walk. She began using Reiki and reflexology. After a year, she is completely relieved of symptoms and can walk again. She described her symptoms in this way “elastic bands of pain circling my body, weak heavy legs, impaired walking, no mobility upon rising, dropping things, blurred or double vision, severe mood swings, poor or no bladder control, back pain and swelling, impaired speech, pins and needle sensation throughout my body, and my symptoms were aggravated by heat.” You can read her story here. I find all of this very encouraging. In many cases, patients with MS are not helped by traditional medicine alone. Even in the best of cases, traditional medicine only tries to delay the onset and worsening of symptoms. Cures and total relief of symptoms are rare with MS. Combining Reiki treatments with traditional medicine seems to have enormous benefits to MS patients. Several studies have confirmed that Reiki reduces depression, anxiety and pain symptoms. Even if these were the only symptoms relieved with Reiki, this would be a tremendous help to MS sufferers.  Pain, depression and anxiety are believed to worsen the condition of the immune system and the ability to cope. When these things are improved, a person is better able to heal. Reiki can be a very important tool in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis, relieving a number of symptoms and lessening the distress associated with the illness. 2.

Reiki News Articles

 

The International Center for Reiki Training

 

Reiki and PersistenceHelps Woman Heal from MS by Valerie J. Kostiw I was personally afflicted with M.S. with a diagnosis in August of 1981. My symptoms included elastic bands of pain circling my body, weak heavy legs, impaired walking, no mobility upon rising, dropping things, blurred or double vision, severe mood swings, poor or no bladder control, back pain and swelling, impaired speech, pins and needle sensation throughout my body, and my symptoms were aggravated by heat. I was helped a little by Vitamin E and Allbee with Vitamin C. ACTH treatments brought me out of severe attacks temporarily. Herbs and reflexology also helped. I took reflexology and Reiki training. One year later I can walk again and I keep improving on the distance. At the start I was lucky if I could walk a block, and today I don’t even think of distance or the temperature. I speak much clearer, I seldom stumble over my words anymore. I have no more double vision. I practice Reiki, reflexology and massage without worrying about the strength in my hands. Book and needle work are no longer a problem for my eyes. I am very active in alternative health work, taking classes as well as teaching. As I have discovered, M.S. and Lupus are among the hardest diseases to treat, I feel fortunate to have had the determination to stick to the path I chose. I have worked with a couple of M.S. clients and found that when they start to make great progress, they decide to quit having the treatments of Reiki. As there is very little cooperation from the medical community in this area as yet, I have no encouragement from my doctors, but I will not quit working at it. I personally feel that I am M.S. free, if I wasn’t, I would not be mobile today because of the stress involved in my life at this present time. A few years ago I might not have been able to do anything in the same type of a situation. Reiki has helped me tremendously. Valerie J. Kostiw, Westlock, Ab

 
 
 
 
 
 
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