McGill University in Montreal( University of Colorado; and Dr. Barnard Grad of Orinda, California; by Dr. John Zimmerman of the by Daniel Wirth of Healing Sciences International in director of nursing at the University of South Carolina; medical Center in New York by Janet Quinn, assistant The results of experiments performed at St. Vincent's Reiki Healing: A Physiologic Perspective,Wendy Wetzel
In the process of this of experiment 48 people, that have the 1st step of Reiki and constantly practicing, composed experimental group, and ten additional people, never obtained laths, served as control group. In participants in both groups were undertaken the tests of the blood before and after the experiment, in which was measured the level of hemoglobin.
In the group of those practicing Reiki the substantial changes in the relationship of hemoglobin in the blood were discovered. An increase in the level of hemoglobin occurred in 28 percent of them, while in rest - reduction. In those, who composed control group, it occurred no substantial changes in the level of hemoglobin.
The sense of this experiment in the fact that change in the level of hemoglobin in the experimental group is combined with the concept of Reiki - to lead organism to harmony at the individual level: a decrease in the level of hemoglobin occurred in those, in whom it was increased, and increase - in those, in whom it was lowered. An increase in the level of hemoglobin by 20 percent occurred in one of the participants in the experiment, because before it suffered anemia and deficiency in iron in the organism. It continued to carry out to itself the sessions of Reiki for a period of the 3rd months after experiment, and analyses showed that the level of hemoglobin in its blood arrived into the standard