Oct 19, 202118mins read

The Journey to Wellness: Why Consumers are Frustrated

People worldwide care about wellness now more than ever. Rather than focusing on finding treatment after a health concern has already arisen, consumers are increasingly taking a sophisticated approach to their health - by focusing on not just fitness and nutrition but also overall physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. A study done by McKinsey found that people view their health as six different categories:The same study found that the substantial majority of wellness consumers around the world prioritize personalization when it comes to finding services. People want to be able to easily find wellness resources tailored to their personal needs. These added dimensions to overall well being means consumers are seeking out wellness services that align with their holistic approach - but where do they start the search for options that work for them? 50% of consumers who need care don’t end up finding it because seeking options is too difficult. This is a huge problem, and indicates the need for change in how consumers can find and access care. Many people who do go through with the process turn to the internet to find information, where sites and social media are flooded with misinformation provided by amateur health influencers and people who have an interest in wellness, but aren’t experts. A study conducted in 2018 found that consumers who turned to social media for health and wellness information dealt with disadvantages such as information overload, wasted time, negative feelings, doubts about online information credibility, and issues related to online interactions. This makes the wellness journey even more frustrating, as consumers are put through trial and error care options that do not work for them, and may experience burnout that discourages them from finding the care they need. On the other hand, those same consumers indicated they initially turned to social media to find wellness information because it was convenient, user-friendly, it improved their health knowledge, empowered them, and provided social and emotional support. What this tells us is that consumers prefer to find health and wellness information online, but experience intense negative side effects due to the lack of organization and credibility found on social media. To combat this issue and stay aligned with what health and wellness consumers are seeking, providers need to adapt to these needs. Until now, there has been no social media platform made specifically for the purpose of providing health and wellness knowledge to consumers. PromptHealth was created to solve this issue. Wellness providers can easily empower people with the educational resources they need to make informed decisions about their health, and consumers can access this information in different engaging formats without worrying about the credibility of the resources provided. Rather than being overwhelmed with health and wellness information, consumers can engage with content that aligns with their personal needs through easy to access categories and subcategories. Further, rather than finding information and then having to seek a service provider separately, consumers can connect with the provider that posted helpful content directly all in one place. Finding care shouldn’t be hard, complicated, or frustrating. The wellness journey should be empowering, and PromptHealth’s providers are here to help.

PromptHealth

Oct 13, 202117mins read

Cortisol And Sleep

Cortisol and Sleep What do we do when we still can’t find restful sleep, even after we’ve perfected our sleep routine? In this article we’re going to look at the effect of cortisol on our sleep cycles.What is Cortisol and Where Does it Come From?Cortisol is your stress hormone, released from the adrenal glands, under stressful stimulus. A stressful situation can be anything from an argument with your partner, to anxiety about work the following day, to missing a meal. Your body doesn’t understand the difference between types of stress, so any type of perceived negative event, thought or situation will cause cortisol to be released.More On CortisolCortisol is a diurnal rhythm hormone. This means that cortisol is released in a certain rhythm naturally, depending on the time of day. In a normal, healthy person, cortisol is released early in the morning, peaking shortly after waking. This is the stimulation that wakes us up, and mobilizes our blood sugars so that we wake up with a bit of energy and hungry for breakfast. As the day moves forward, cortisol should have a nice slope downwards, called a diurnal slope. By the evening, cortisol should be low, eliciting a nice relaxed feeling. In the evening and into the night, cortisol stays level until the early hours of the morning when it will increase again, waking us up.What About Stress?When we are under stress, cortisol is released from the adrenal glands. This begins the “fight or flight” cascade of hormones. Under stress, our body thinks we are in imminent danger so it directs our blood supply away from digestive organs, and out to the periphery. Pupils will dilate, you may become sweaty or flushed and feel like you’re trembling. Under this high cortisol picture, you don’t feel relaxed, and you won’t be able to sleep. Typically, stress doesn’t last long, and cortisol diminishes, leaving all these symptoms to disappear, and you return to your relaxed state.If you’re chronically stressed, your cortisol hormone can be chronically elevated, and if it remains high into the evening, that elevation can make it difficult to fall asleep. You may have the feeling that you’re ‘tired but wired’ so you can’t fall asleep. In this situation, it is best to manage stress to naturally reduce the level of cortisol, so that you can fall asleep easily.I Can Fall Asleep, But I Always Wake Up!Another possible scenario is that cortisol that is spiking in the middle of the night. Sometimes, after long periods of chronic stress, the diurnal rhythm of cortisol is affected. Cortisol can be low enough at in the early night to allow you to fall asleep, but random increases occur, which wake you up. When this happens, you wake in the middle of the night or early morning feeling very alert, and possibly anxiety or stress.Testing CortisolAt Bay Wellness Centre, we often do either salivary or urine testing to determine what the cortisol curve looks like for you specifically. We get 4 samples of either urine or saliva; one in the morning, one at lunch, one in the evening and one at bedtime. This way, we can plot the data on a graph to give us an idea of when cortisol is high and when it is low. With this information we can treat you to re-balance the release of cortisol, allowing for easy, restful sleep.

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Jul 22, 20212mins read

Managing Conflicts in our Relationships

​​During this session, we spoke with psychologist Samira Hoghoughi about our basic emotional needs and some strategies on how to handle and avoid conflict in our relationships.

Jul 6, 20213mins read

Helping Our Kids Create Healthy Relationships with Food and Their Body

Jenn Messina, a dietician with a focus in women's health and motherhood will take us through how we can help our kids create healthy relationships with food and their bodies.  This event is part of the PromptHealth Virtual Summer Wellness Series and will take place on Instagram Live with @prompthealth and @jennthedietitian. Please visit @prompthealth on Instagram at 10:00 AM (PDT) on July 14th to join the live event. 

Oct 19, 202118mins read

The Journey to Wellness: Why Consumers are Frustrated

People worldwide care about wellness now more than ever. Rather than focusing on finding treatment after a health concern has already arisen, consumers are increasingly taking a sophisticated approach to their health - by focusing on not just fitness and nutrition but also overall physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. A study done by McKinsey found that people view their health as six different categories:The same study found that the substantial majority of wellness consumers around the world prioritize personalization when it comes to finding services. People want to be able to easily find wellness resources tailored to their personal needs. These added dimensions to overall well being means consumers are seeking out wellness services that align with their holistic approach - but where do they start the search for options that work for them? 50% of consumers who need care don’t end up finding it because seeking options is too difficult. This is a huge problem, and indicates the need for change in how consumers can find and access care. Many people who do go through with the process turn to the internet to find information, where sites and social media are flooded with misinformation provided by amateur health influencers and people who have an interest in wellness, but aren’t experts. A study conducted in 2018 found that consumers who turned to social media for health and wellness information dealt with disadvantages such as information overload, wasted time, negative feelings, doubts about online information credibility, and issues related to online interactions. This makes the wellness journey even more frustrating, as consumers are put through trial and error care options that do not work for them, and may experience burnout that discourages them from finding the care they need. On the other hand, those same consumers indicated they initially turned to social media to find wellness information because it was convenient, user-friendly, it improved their health knowledge, empowered them, and provided social and emotional support. What this tells us is that consumers prefer to find health and wellness information online, but experience intense negative side effects due to the lack of organization and credibility found on social media. To combat this issue and stay aligned with what health and wellness consumers are seeking, providers need to adapt to these needs. Until now, there has been no social media platform made specifically for the purpose of providing health and wellness knowledge to consumers. PromptHealth was created to solve this issue. Wellness providers can easily empower people with the educational resources they need to make informed decisions about their health, and consumers can access this information in different engaging formats without worrying about the credibility of the resources provided. Rather than being overwhelmed with health and wellness information, consumers can engage with content that aligns with their personal needs through easy to access categories and subcategories. Further, rather than finding information and then having to seek a service provider separately, consumers can connect with the provider that posted helpful content directly all in one place. Finding care shouldn’t be hard, complicated, or frustrating. The wellness journey should be empowering, and PromptHealth’s providers are here to help.

PromptHealth

Oct 19, 202118mins read

The Journey to Wellness: Why Consumers are Frustrated

People worldwide care about wellness now more than ever. Rather than focusing on finding treatment after a health concern has already arisen, consumers are increasingly taking a sophisticated approach to their health - by focusing on not just fitness and nutrition but also overall physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. A study done by McKinsey found that people view their health as six different categories:The same study found that the substantial majority of wellness consumers around the world prioritize personalization when it comes to finding services. People want to be able to easily find wellness resources tailored to their personal needs. These added dimensions to overall well being means consumers are seeking out wellness services that align with their holistic approach - but where do they start the search for options that work for them? 50% of consumers who need care don’t end up finding it because seeking options is too difficult. This is a huge problem, and indicates the need for change in how consumers can find and access care. Many people who do go through with the process turn to the internet to find information, where sites and social media are flooded with misinformation provided by amateur health influencers and people who have an interest in wellness, but aren’t experts. A study conducted in 2018 found that consumers who turned to social media for health and wellness information dealt with disadvantages such as information overload, wasted time, negative feelings, doubts about online information credibility, and issues related to online interactions. This makes the wellness journey even more frustrating, as consumers are put through trial and error care options that do not work for them, and may experience burnout that discourages them from finding the care they need. On the other hand, those same consumers indicated they initially turned to social media to find wellness information because it was convenient, user-friendly, it improved their health knowledge, empowered them, and provided social and emotional support. What this tells us is that consumers prefer to find health and wellness information online, but experience intense negative side effects due to the lack of organization and credibility found on social media. To combat this issue and stay aligned with what health and wellness consumers are seeking, providers need to adapt to these needs. Until now, there has been no social media platform made specifically for the purpose of providing health and wellness knowledge to consumers. PromptHealth was created to solve this issue. Wellness providers can easily empower people with the educational resources they need to make informed decisions about their health, and consumers can access this information in different engaging formats without worrying about the credibility of the resources provided. Rather than being overwhelmed with health and wellness information, consumers can engage with content that aligns with their personal needs through easy to access categories and subcategories. Further, rather than finding information and then having to seek a service provider separately, consumers can connect with the provider that posted helpful content directly all in one place. Finding care shouldn’t be hard, complicated, or frustrating. The wellness journey should be empowering, and PromptHealth’s providers are here to help.

Oct 13, 202117mins read

Cortisol And Sleep

Cortisol and Sleep What do we do when we still can’t find restful sleep, even after we’ve perfected our sleep routine? In this article we’re going to look at the effect of cortisol on our sleep cycles.What is Cortisol and Where Does it Come From?Cortisol is your stress hormone, released from the adrenal glands, under stressful stimulus. A stressful situation can be anything from an argument with your partner, to anxiety about work the following day, to missing a meal. Your body doesn’t understand the difference between types of stress, so any type of perceived negative event, thought or situation will cause cortisol to be released.More On CortisolCortisol is a diurnal rhythm hormone. This means that cortisol is released in a certain rhythm naturally, depending on the time of day. In a normal, healthy person, cortisol is released early in the morning, peaking shortly after waking. This is the stimulation that wakes us up, and mobilizes our blood sugars so that we wake up with a bit of energy and hungry for breakfast. As the day moves forward, cortisol should have a nice slope downwards, called a diurnal slope. By the evening, cortisol should be low, eliciting a nice relaxed feeling. In the evening and into the night, cortisol stays level until the early hours of the morning when it will increase again, waking us up.What About Stress?When we are under stress, cortisol is released from the adrenal glands. This begins the “fight or flight” cascade of hormones. Under stress, our body thinks we are in imminent danger so it directs our blood supply away from digestive organs, and out to the periphery. Pupils will dilate, you may become sweaty or flushed and feel like you’re trembling. Under this high cortisol picture, you don’t feel relaxed, and you won’t be able to sleep. Typically, stress doesn’t last long, and cortisol diminishes, leaving all these symptoms to disappear, and you return to your relaxed state.If you’re chronically stressed, your cortisol hormone can be chronically elevated, and if it remains high into the evening, that elevation can make it difficult to fall asleep. You may have the feeling that you’re ‘tired but wired’ so you can’t fall asleep. In this situation, it is best to manage stress to naturally reduce the level of cortisol, so that you can fall asleep easily.I Can Fall Asleep, But I Always Wake Up!Another possible scenario is that cortisol that is spiking in the middle of the night. Sometimes, after long periods of chronic stress, the diurnal rhythm of cortisol is affected. Cortisol can be low enough at in the early night to allow you to fall asleep, but random increases occur, which wake you up. When this happens, you wake in the middle of the night or early morning feeling very alert, and possibly anxiety or stress.Testing CortisolAt Bay Wellness Centre, we often do either salivary or urine testing to determine what the cortisol curve looks like for you specifically. We get 4 samples of either urine or saliva; one in the morning, one at lunch, one in the evening and one at bedtime. This way, we can plot the data on a graph to give us an idea of when cortisol is high and when it is low. With this information we can treat you to re-balance the release of cortisol, allowing for easy, restful sleep.

Oct 13, 202117mins read

Cortisol And Sleep

Cortisol and Sleep What do we do when we still can’t find restful sleep, even after we’ve perfected our sleep routine? In this article we’re going to look at the effect of cortisol on our sleep cycles.What is Cortisol and Where Does it Come From?Cortisol is your stress hormone, released from the adrenal glands, under stressful stimulus. A stressful situation can be anything from an argument with your partner, to anxiety about work the following day, to missing a meal. Your body doesn’t understand the difference between types of stress, so any type of perceived negative event, thought or situation will cause cortisol to be released.More On CortisolCortisol is a diurnal rhythm hormone. This means that cortisol is released in a certain rhythm naturally, depending on the time of day. In a normal, healthy person, cortisol is released early in the morning, peaking shortly after waking. This is the stimulation that wakes us up, and mobilizes our blood sugars so that we wake up with a bit of energy and hungry for breakfast. As the day moves forward, cortisol should have a nice slope downwards, called a diurnal slope. By the evening, cortisol should be low, eliciting a nice relaxed feeling. In the evening and into the night, cortisol stays level until the early hours of the morning when it will increase again, waking us up.What About Stress?When we are under stress, cortisol is released from the adrenal glands. This begins the “fight or flight” cascade of hormones. Under stress, our body thinks we are in imminent danger so it directs our blood supply away from digestive organs, and out to the periphery. Pupils will dilate, you may become sweaty or flushed and feel like you’re trembling. Under this high cortisol picture, you don’t feel relaxed, and you won’t be able to sleep. Typically, stress doesn’t last long, and cortisol diminishes, leaving all these symptoms to disappear, and you return to your relaxed state.If you’re chronically stressed, your cortisol hormone can be chronically elevated, and if it remains high into the evening, that elevation can make it difficult to fall asleep. You may have the feeling that you’re ‘tired but wired’ so you can’t fall asleep. In this situation, it is best to manage stress to naturally reduce the level of cortisol, so that you can fall asleep easily.I Can Fall Asleep, But I Always Wake Up!Another possible scenario is that cortisol that is spiking in the middle of the night. Sometimes, after long periods of chronic stress, the diurnal rhythm of cortisol is affected. Cortisol can be low enough at in the early night to allow you to fall asleep, but random increases occur, which wake you up. When this happens, you wake in the middle of the night or early morning feeling very alert, and possibly anxiety or stress.Testing CortisolAt Bay Wellness Centre, we often do either salivary or urine testing to determine what the cortisol curve looks like for you specifically. We get 4 samples of either urine or saliva; one in the morning, one at lunch, one in the evening and one at bedtime. This way, we can plot the data on a graph to give us an idea of when cortisol is high and when it is low. With this information we can treat you to re-balance the release of cortisol, allowing for easy, restful sleep.

Oct 11, 202121mins read

The Creator Economy: How it Affects Health and Wellness Providers

More than 50 million people worldwide consider themselves creators. Tiktok alone has over 1 Billion users, with about 80% of accounts with an uploaded video. Nowadays, people can go online and find information on almost anything - beauty, finance, food, and even health care. The creator economy emerged from two societal shifts: professionals wanting to feel more fulfilled in their jobs and consumers expecting to be able to go online and find trusted information on topics that interest them, directly from the experts. When it comes to health and wellness information, there are concerns that this shift could lead to the misuse of social media and the spreading of inaccurate or even harmful information. This can misguide people into doing more harm than good to their wellness, which defeats the mission of what any vetted health and wellness provider wants. Misinformation can be trickier than we think to catch, and sometimes even the most careful among us can fall prey. As great of a tool as it can be, the internet and social media allows under-qualified individuals to provide information and advice on topics they may know nothing about.  How can we help this?Social media can benefit the pursuit of the health and wellness community if it is used effectively. Health and wellness providers can now leverage the power of social media to take part of the creator economy, sharing content based on their knowledge, so people receive their information from the experts rather than amateurs. Who better to learn from than providers in our local communities who are experts on their own personal wellness philosophy and practice? It’s important to not only learn about our health from the best, but also those who are also accessible to us for further support and treatment.  Creating and sharing content can seem like a handful, especially for busy providers. Content creation is usually associated with energetic video clips, lengthy and time consuming captions, and  fancy editing - all of which can be intimidating. However, it doesn’t have to be as hard as it sounds. With so many tools available for content creation, providers can have quality content up for people to access in the matter of minutes. Living in the creator economy means learning how to use your skills and knowledge to bring in your audience and build your business. Here are a few quick and easy ways for health and wellness providers to create and share content:Recycle your knowledge in a sentence or two: As an expert, what seems obvious to you might not actually be common knowledge. Don’t underestimate your ability to share valuable content! Think of some quick facts or tips that you can summarize and post a status. Use your voice: One of the quickest ways to share a thought is to simply say what’s on your mind. Record a voice memo sharing your knowledge - no text or images needed! Repurpose resources: Write a brief blog or article compiling your favourite resources on a topic. It can be as simple as making a list of links to different sites you know as a professional can be trusted, and writing a few words on what each link contains. Though there are different social media platforms that each host a different type of media, there has been no single platform created solely for health and wellness - until now. PromptHealth allows vetted health and wellness providers to share content in a format that works best for them, whether it’s through text, voice notes, articles, images, or even online events.  People can trust the quality and integrity of content posted on PromptHealth, because the providers who are creating the content are vetted experts. If you are a health and wellness provider, who wants to share their knowledge and be a part of a community of educators and creators - join us and be one of the first to create content on www.prompthealth.ca

Oct 11, 202121mins read

The Creator Economy: How it Affects Health and Wellness Providers

More than 50 million people worldwide consider themselves creators. Tiktok alone has over 1 Billion users, with about 80% of accounts with an uploaded video. Nowadays, people can go online and find information on almost anything - beauty, finance, food, and even health care. The creator economy emerged from two societal shifts: professionals wanting to feel more fulfilled in their jobs and consumers expecting to be able to go online and find trusted information on topics that interest them, directly from the experts. When it comes to health and wellness information, there are concerns that this shift could lead to the misuse of social media and the spreading of inaccurate or even harmful information. This can misguide people into doing more harm than good to their wellness, which defeats the mission of what any vetted health and wellness provider wants. Misinformation can be trickier than we think to catch, and sometimes even the most careful among us can fall prey. As great of a tool as it can be, the internet and social media allows under-qualified individuals to provide information and advice on topics they may know nothing about.  How can we help this?Social media can benefit the pursuit of the health and wellness community if it is used effectively. Health and wellness providers can now leverage the power of social media to take part of the creator economy, sharing content based on their knowledge, so people receive their information from the experts rather than amateurs. Who better to learn from than providers in our local communities who are experts on their own personal wellness philosophy and practice? It’s important to not only learn about our health from the best, but also those who are also accessible to us for further support and treatment.  Creating and sharing content can seem like a handful, especially for busy providers. Content creation is usually associated with energetic video clips, lengthy and time consuming captions, and  fancy editing - all of which can be intimidating. However, it doesn’t have to be as hard as it sounds. With so many tools available for content creation, providers can have quality content up for people to access in the matter of minutes. Living in the creator economy means learning how to use your skills and knowledge to bring in your audience and build your business. Here are a few quick and easy ways for health and wellness providers to create and share content:Recycle your knowledge in a sentence or two: As an expert, what seems obvious to you might not actually be common knowledge. Don’t underestimate your ability to share valuable content! Think of some quick facts or tips that you can summarize and post a status. Use your voice: One of the quickest ways to share a thought is to simply say what’s on your mind. Record a voice memo sharing your knowledge - no text or images needed! Repurpose resources: Write a brief blog or article compiling your favourite resources on a topic. It can be as simple as making a list of links to different sites you know as a professional can be trusted, and writing a few words on what each link contains. Though there are different social media platforms that each host a different type of media, there has been no single platform created solely for health and wellness - until now. PromptHealth allows vetted health and wellness providers to share content in a format that works best for them, whether it’s through text, voice notes, articles, images, or even online events.  People can trust the quality and integrity of content posted on PromptHealth, because the providers who are creating the content are vetted experts. If you are a health and wellness provider, who wants to share their knowledge and be a part of a community of educators and creators - join us and be one of the first to create content on www.prompthealth.ca

Oct 9, 20219mins read

Distance Reiki Explained

So, you have probably heard of Reiki. And, you have probably known Reiki to be a hands-on, in person, healing modality. Such as therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and the like. But, did you know that Reiki healing energy has no limitations or constraints with time, distance and space? Were you aware that Reiki healing energy could be sent anywhere in the world, to a past traumatic event or even a future stressful situation? Well, it’s true! How is it possible, for instance, that Reiki could be sent from New Hampshire, USA (where I’m from), to Tokyo, Japan? I realize this concept can be confusing and hard to grasp. But, I have experienced this, and, now I’d like to explain this concept to you!Distance Reiki is based on The Law of Hermetic Similarity. In a nutshell, this law states that we, as a collective, are not only surrounded by energy individually, but we all are energetically interconnected. This is why Reiki can be sent to anyone on Earth, no matter the distance. It’s all basic physics, really. “Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Only transformed.”Consider, if you will, smartphone technology. You text a message, the message beams up to a satellite, then goes down to the recipient. All in a matter of seconds. You just accept this, don’t even think twice about it. This is energy Exchange at work! We, on this beautiful planet, are, unfortunately, still entrenched in this global Pandemic. Now, more than ever, we are in desperate need for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing. Isn’t it wonderful that Reiki healing energy can heal many layers, and get to the root cause of illness, all in the comfort and privacy of your own home? Give Distance Reiki a try to experience its beautiful, soothing, and empowering essence!

Oct 9, 20219mins read

Distance Reiki Explained

So, you have probably heard of Reiki. And, you have probably known Reiki to be a hands-on, in person, healing modality. Such as therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and the like. But, did you know that Reiki healing energy has no limitations or constraints with time, distance and space? Were you aware that Reiki healing energy could be sent anywhere in the world, to a past traumatic event or even a future stressful situation? Well, it’s true! How is it possible, for instance, that Reiki could be sent from New Hampshire, USA (where I’m from), to Tokyo, Japan? I realize this concept can be confusing and hard to grasp. But, I have experienced this, and, now I’d like to explain this concept to you!Distance Reiki is based on The Law of Hermetic Similarity. In a nutshell, this law states that we, as a collective, are not only surrounded by energy individually, but we all are energetically interconnected. This is why Reiki can be sent to anyone on Earth, no matter the distance. It’s all basic physics, really. “Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Only transformed.”Consider, if you will, smartphone technology. You text a message, the message beams up to a satellite, then goes down to the recipient. All in a matter of seconds. You just accept this, don’t even think twice about it. This is energy Exchange at work! We, on this beautiful planet, are, unfortunately, still entrenched in this global Pandemic. Now, more than ever, we are in desperate need for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing. Isn’t it wonderful that Reiki healing energy can heal many layers, and get to the root cause of illness, all in the comfort and privacy of your own home? Give Distance Reiki a try to experience its beautiful, soothing, and empowering essence!

Oct 9, 20219mins read

So, you have probably heard of Reiki. And, you have probably known Reiki to be a hands-on, in person, healing modality. Such as therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and the like. But, did you know that Reiki healing energy has no limitations or constraints with time, distance and space? Were you aware that Reiki healing energy could be sent anywhere in the world, to a past traumatic event or even a future stressful situation? Well, it’s true! How is it possible, for instance, that Reiki could be sent from New Hampshire, USA (where I’m from), to Tokyo, Japan? I realize this concept can be confusing and hard to grasp. But, I have experienced this, and, now I’d like to explain this concept to you!Distance Reiki is based on The Law of Hermetic Similarity. In a nutshell, this law states that we, as a collective, are not only surrounded by energy individually, but we all are energetically interconnected. This is why Reiki can be sent to anyone on Earth, no matter the distance. It’s all basic physics, really. “Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Only transformed.”Consider, if you will, smartphone technology. You text a message, the message beams up to a satellite, then goes down to the recipient. All in a matter of seconds. You just accept this, don’t even think twice about it. This is energy Exchange at work! We, on this beautiful planet, are, unfortunately, still entrenched in this global Pandemic. Now, more than ever, we are in desperate need for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing. Isn’t it wonderful that Reiki healing energy can heal many layers, and get to the root cause of illness, all in the comfort and privacy of your own home? Give Distance Reiki a try to experience its beautiful, soothing, and empowering essence!

Oct 9, 20219mins read

So, you have probably heard of Reiki. And, you have probably known Reiki to be a hands-on, in person, healing modality. Such as therapeutic massage, acupuncture, and the like. But, did you know that Reiki healing energy has no limitations or constraints with time, distance and space? Were you aware that Reiki healing energy could be sent anywhere in the world, to a past traumatic event or even a future stressful situation? Well, it’s true! How is it possible, for instance, that Reiki could be sent from New Hampshire, USA (where I’m from), to Tokyo, Japan? I realize this concept can be confusing and hard to grasp. But, I have experienced this, and, now I’d like to explain this concept to you!Distance Reiki is based on The Law of Hermetic Similarity. In a nutshell, this law states that we, as a collective, are not only surrounded by energy individually, but we all are energetically interconnected. This is why Reiki can be sent to anyone on Earth, no matter the distance. It’s all basic physics, really. “Energy cannot be created nor destroyed. Only transformed.”Consider, if you will, smartphone technology. You text a message, the message beams up to a satellite, then goes down to the recipient. All in a matter of seconds. You just accept this, don’t even think twice about it. This is energy Exchange at work! We, on this beautiful planet, are, unfortunately, still entrenched in this global Pandemic. Now, more than ever, we are in desperate need for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing. Isn’t it wonderful that Reiki healing energy can heal many layers, and get to the root cause of illness, all in the comfort and privacy of your own home? Give Distance Reiki a try to experience its beautiful, soothing, and empowering essence!

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