Pamela Miles Joins Reiki Radio

by | Dec 5, 2014 | 0 comments

Pamela MilesPamela Miles is an international Reiki master, medical Reiki pioneer, and author of the award-winning REIKI: A Comprehensive Guide. In 28 years practicing Reiki, she has created in-hospital programs; presented and taught in academic medical centers, including Harvard, Yale, and NIH; collaborated on research; and published in peer-reviewed medical journals.

As anyone who knows me knows- I am a HUGE fan of Pamela Miles and her work. I have read her book over and over (and over) again. I use it when I teach Reiki I to nurses and nursing students and am constantly quoting from it.

Pamela’s blog is full of resources, information and guidance. She gives so much as a Reiki teacher- sharing classes, exchanges and presentations in NY, the US, and around the world. I had the honor of meeting Pamela in person (and getting my book signed by her, Yay!) at the Mid-Atlantic Reiki Conference last year.

You don’t want to miss this episode of Reiki Radio as Pamela and I will discuss:

  • Why it is so important to identify Reiki as a spiritual practice;
  • The potential pros and cons of integrating Reiki practice into conventional health care;
  • What Pamela has found works well when setting up a hospital Reiki program;
  • And much, much more.

Be sure to tune in and join us on Monday, December 8 at 6 pm Eastern for Pamela Miles’s interview on Reiki Radio. If you miss this (or any other episode) you can access all of the Reiki Radio archives by clicking here.

You can find out more about Pamela and access her website, by clicking here.


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