Use Reiki to Relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain

There’s nothing quite as uncomfortable as pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis. This pain is annoying, physically debilitating and just overall depressing. Things that you used to be able to do with no problem are suddenly next to impossible to do. Even such simple activities as peeling potatoes or taking a walk can become challenging. Cleaning your shower and bathtub can be so physically tormenting that you fear what the next 10 years will bring.

If you’ve been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis by your doctor through blood work and a referral to a Rheumatology Consultant, you’re probably taking a combination of various medications. These will be meant to keep down inflammation and pain while trying to slow the ruthless attack that your immune system launches on your body. Granted, you DO need something to help you manage this disease, but does it all have to be from medication?

Being on medication is something that you are most likely used to, and if you’re lucky, the medications you’re on will bring you some relief without many side effects. However, once you start reading about what the long term effects of some of these medications are, you’ll probably start to worry. On top of that, some of your medication might just make you feel worse than the Rheumatoid Arthritis itself. There will also be days that no matter what you do the pain refuses to leave. These are the days you just want to throw in the towel.

Consider trying Reiki to help you cope with the pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis. It’s a non-invasive treatment that can be conducted by anyone. You can visit a Reiki practitioner or you can learn how to do to yourself and have a treatment whenever it’s needed. If you choose to do this on your own, you’ll need to receive an attunement by a Reiki Master.

This can be done in person, at a distance, or by yourself with the guidance of an experienced Reiki Master.
Once you give Reiki a try, you’re going to most likely want to seriously study it yourself. It’s been shown that Reiki manages the pain. In addition, the effects of a treatment take place quickly and last an entire day.

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2 Responses to “Use Reiki to Relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain”

  1. pim van den berg says:

    Please stop this bullshit..My sister has a very bad arthritis while her partner is a Reiki master. He considers all medicine “poison” . Now she is in a wheelchair and has a lot of pain.
    I went to a regular doctor after I got an acute arthritis four year ago. She gave me mtx and diclophenac. That turned out to be bad for my stomach and I also got a polyneuropathy. But I don’t need a wheelchair, can walk, climb the stairs in my appartment and feel well, if not very well. For the instances my arthritis is “playing up” I take some arcoxia for a few days till the inflammation is over.

    See the difference. Forget about Reiki. Try “proved medicine” even when you have to accept the side effects

  2. Rick Modlock says:

    Dear Pim,
    very sorry to hear about your sister. However, most responsible Reiki Masters recommend Reiki in addition to conventional medicine – not in stead of it. We are complementary therapists, not alternative therapists.
    Dear Samantha,
    I love reading research reports which prove that healing works. Could you possibly send me a link to the research article which you refere to
    Many thanks
    Rick Modlock
    Reiki Master, Jelling, Denmark

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