From the Back Cover
Find relief, peace, and enlightenment through Reiki
Reiki — a gentle, noninvasive healing practice — is now used by many as a complementary therapy for many conditions. This plain-English guide explains its origins and how Reiki channels life-force energy to alleviate physical and emotional pain. You'll discover what to expect in a session, how to treat yourself, and ways to share the power of Reiki with others.
Discover how to
- Understand Reiki positions and symbols
- Find a qualified practitioner
- Combine Reiki with other therapies
- Speed the healing process
- Incorporate Reiki into daily life
- Become a Reiki healer
About the Author
After working in medical publishing at Rockefeller University Press (Journal of Clinical Investigation), she received her master’s degree and PhD in infectious disease epidemiology (the study of diseases) and immunology from Yale University.
After leaving Yale, Nina pursued postdoctoral research in London and Oxford, England. Nina’s research focused on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and related viruses and their interaction with the immune system. Nina also taught science to schoolchildren of different ages and abilities in New Mexico and volunteered at a hospital-based Cancer Information Centre in England. She worked in the field of evidence-based medicine and contributed to the Cochrane Library (a medical database). She is also the author of Living with Hepatitis C For Dummies.
Nina believes in a multifaceted approach to health. She became a master of Reiki, which is a universal life-force energy that is transmitted through the hands. She is both a practitioner and a teacher of Reiki and uses Reiki as a way to help herself and others. Check out Nina’s Web site at www.ninapaul.info.