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Surprise Recovery from Dengue Fever

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Jason Ng, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Aaron Ng My son, Aaron Ng, had a high fever during a week when I was away from home, with doctors recommending treatment with paracetamol. Finally, sensing something more serious, the doctor sent him for a blood count and it was discovered he had contracted Dengue fever. He was immediately admitted to the general hospital, where the Intensive Care Unit was full. However he was monitored hourly, and next morning my brother was asked to call me to my home town, Johore. My son was now critical as his blood count was only 21,000 instead of the normal 150,000.

On hearing this shocking news I quickly asked for help from our Usui Rei-ki Network co-ordinator in Kuala Lumpur, Shalet, who arranged voluntary absent healing by Rei-ki II helpers.

When I reached the hospital, immediately I started to perform rei-ki in the first position. My son looked pitiful, with his body and eyes all red and swollen. Throughout the night I continued the rei-ki, and when the morning blood result came in, he had shown some slight improvement. I went home for a shower then returned to the hospital to continue giving rei-ki.

The next day, Saturday, to the doctors' surprise Aaron started to show a sharp improvement, and his blood count had climbed to 60,000. The doctor informed me that if he continued to show such an improvement he might be discharged by Monday. True to his word, on Monday the blood count had already reached 145,000, and Aaron was discharged from the hospital, with still a bit of swelling on his legs.

As you may know, there is as yet no treatment for Dengue, and all the doctors can do is treat with paracetamol, and the rest is up to the patient. So, from the bottom of my heart, I wish to thank all those helpers in Rei-ki II.



This article originally appeared in Rei-ki Happenings 23

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