The Science Behind Reiki
There are numerous documented clinical studies providing strong evidence that Reiki is indeed responsible for positive biological responses in both humans and animals. Just take a browse online and you'll find medical papers, information on controlled group experiments, the latest 'recently published study' and an abundance of anecdotes from around the globe supporting the wonders and magic of Reiki energy.
However, now that science has now embraced the idea that the universe is made of energy and not matter, it is becoming easier to understand, and therefore explain, how Reiki works not only from a spiritual but also from a scientific perspective.
Torsten Lange, Reiki Master and founder of The Reiki Academy London recently conducted the first-ever scientific experiment using water that proves once and for all that Reiki produces molecular changes on different vibrational levels. Based in a laboratory in Switzerland, the results of the 'before and after' effects on the structure of water molecules after giving it Reiki were undeniable. This incredible information is changing the way that Reiki is being perceived around the world.
We need not look too far back in history however to find that great teachers, scientists and Nobel Prize Winners have been sharing discoveries surrounding this universal energy and vibrational frequencies for many, many years. Quantum physics tells us that as you go deeper and deeper into the workings of the atom, you see that there is nothing there – just energy waves. Even Albert Einstein himself declared that there are only two key components to the universe: energy and space.
So with this in mind and reminding ourselves that Reiki is an 'energy healing system' perhaps now, for some, it is a little easier to consider that there is nothing illogical about the process of sharing our Universal Energy at all.
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ― Nikola Tesla