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Ski Trips 2

by

Chris Boden, Sydney Australia & London, UK

On a week’s skiing trip in France a friend had a hard fall while snowboarding on the first day, hitting the ground hand-first. At the end of the day I found him back at the chalet with his hand in a bowl of snow. Fortunately he had been wearing a hard plastic wrist guard which probably saved the wrist from a fracture, but the impact had pushed his thumb so hard, we feared it could be broken. He was in extreme pain with very limited movement.

Ignoring the jokes of bystanders, I held his hand for a couple of hours, giving rei-ki 1 on the spot and then later in the evening, I sent distant healing with rei-ki 2.

The next day he felt no pain in his hand at the point of impact where he had received rei-ki directly, just a little stiffness further up the arm. As a precaution he did not go out on the slopes that day, but was able to snowboard for the rest of the week without any other problems.



This article originally appeared in Rei-ki Happenings 29

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