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Kissing it better with Rei-ki: No-tears flower girl


Sue Hatzimachalis, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Kassia, our two and a half year old daughter, was to be flower girl at a wedding. In the excitement of arrival at the church, her older brother accidentally slammed her right little finger in the car door. It was bleeding and she was howling, so we bandaged it immediately. My husband, Nick, started distant healing with rei-ki II and I had my rei-ki hands comforting her. She wouldn't let us look at the injury, but insisted that we keep reiki'ing.

Even though x-rays subsequently revealed that she had a small break on the tip of her finger and the doctor expected she would lose the fingernail in about 6 - 8 weeks, Kassia enjoyed her first experience attending a wedding. As well, with lots of rei-ki from Mum and Dad, there was no evidence of bruising. The fingernail lifted only three days after the accident and the new nail started growing back a week later.

This article originally appeared in Rei-ki Happenings 20

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