Hola amigos y familia, quería compartir con ustedes este artículo muy interesante sobre las pruebas científicas que se están haciendo sobre el Reiki.

Buena vibra a todos,

El Reiki ahora tiene explicación científica






The shift toward integrative practices that assess the person as a whole social, spiritual, and physical entity, is relevant, perhaps more than ever. In times of virtual connections and higher awareness of our human mortality in a planet that is being depleted, the re-definition of health and wellbeing is imperative; it might be the only way to save our humanity and our planet.

“Loving someone liberates the lover as well as the beloved. And that kind of love comes with age.”

Maya Angelou – May 28, 2014 RIP 


‘You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world, but you do have some say in who hurts you’. From: The Fault in our Stars, John Green

I highly recommend this book if you haven’t read it yet. It has practical suggestions on how to take care of a person who suffered a stroke or brain injury. No one is free, you never know when or to whom it could happen. I bet that if my family knew some of the facts provided in this book we would have been more careful, and my brother himself, with his recovery. He suffered brain hemorrhages last year. He is fine now, after a miraculous recovery…thanks God.
Beautiful story of Jill Bolte, science and spirituality connected, supporting each other…all the universal energy we talk about in Reiki and other energy healing practices, meditation, yoga, all of what was dismissed with the “evolution” of civilization has recently started being supported by science, and hopefully in the near future by the utmost rational person. It is amazing how much humanity is discovering these years. I am feeling hopeful and joyful, and yes, here it comes a tear.

Good vibe to all


TED presentation of Jill Bolte:


During the last days I found myself judging others for their undependable behavior. In the same way that my ex-partner was judging my “irresponsible” decisions, I was judging others for their “lack of compromise” or “instability”. In the last couple of years I made certain turns and followed paths that some people didn’t expect and didn’t agree with, but they came from the same place of honesty and sensibility that moves others in their own directions. These directions might raise eyebrows, doubts in yourself, even hurt other people, but by any means disappointment with yourself. Feeling disappointed is the red flag, it is time to take a break, think thoroughly, make a plan with all things considered, and then gather strength to become: AUDACIOUSLY YOU! (I stole this last phrase from a wonderful woman, Coke Nakamoto, about whom I would like to talk in a different post).

It would be then insensible to judge others for following their internal forces. What I ask for myself is to be able to accept the honest decisions of those around me, even if those decisions hurt me in some manner. I can’t demand from others what their spirits are not meant to give, and I have to keep in mind that it is my ego who is getting hurt. It is not an easy process, but the moment we understand that the core of others’ decisions have to do only with themselves, our anger turn into sadness, then calmness, and eventually into gratefulness.

My wish for all of us is to continue our paths with honesty and love, and to strength our inner fires to continue shining and sharing the best of us with those beautiful “others” that cross our paths.

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