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Warning: Energy “Healing” and Reiki May Be Offered to You at Your Hospital
Lighthouse Trails Reserach ^ | December 20 2010 | Editors at Lighthouse Trails

Posted on 12/27/2010 5:00:20 AM PST by joiful77

According to an article written by the “guru” of Reiki, William Lee Rand, the popularity of Reiki (and other energy healing techniques) is growing by leaps and bounds and is becoming common in many US hospitals. “At hospitals and clinics across America, Reiki is beginning to gain acceptance as a meaningful and cost-effective way to improve patient care,” Rand explains. “Personal interviews conducted with medical professionals corroborate this view,” (1) he adds.

Rand says that the general public is “turning with ever-increasing interest to complementary health care, including Reiki,” and according to one study, one in every three Americans has used this type of “care.” Another survey showed that “1.2 million adults and 161,000 children in the U.S. received one or more energy healing sessions such as Reiki.”

For those who understand the nature of Reiki and other energy healing methods (e.g: therapeutic touch, healing touch, quantum touch, Pranic healing, and Brennan Healing Science), these figures are alarming.

Researcher Ray Yungen explains that energy healing “is a force or energy pouring out of the practitioner’s hands into the client or subject. This energy always has a spiritual component and is supposed to alleviate a variety of ills and problems” (FMSC, p. 53). Yungen describes the nature of energy healing:

Occultists [i.e., New Agers] believe that man has more than one body, that there are other invisible bodies superimposed on the physical body. They refer to one of these as the etheric body and believe there lies within it energy centers called chakras (pronounced shock-ras). The term chakra means whirling wheel in Sanskrit, the ancient Hindu language. They were seen by those with clairvoyant powers as spinning balls of psychic energy. It is taught that there are seven chakras, which start at the base of the spine and end at the crown chakra at the top of the head.

Each chakra is supposed to have a different function corresponding to certain levels of awareness. The chakras act as conduits or conductors for what is called kundalini or serpent energy. They say this force lies coiled but dormant at the base of the spine like a snake. When awakened during meditation, it is supposed to travel up the spine activating each chakra as it surges upward. When the kundalini force hits the crown chakra, the person experiences enlightenment or Self-realization. This mystical current results in the person knowing himself to be God. That is why kundalini is sometimes referred to as the divine energy. According to New Age proponents, all meditative methods involve energy and power, and the greater the power, the greater the experience.

Basically, what all energy healing entails is opening up the chakras through meditation or transferring the kundalini power from someone already attuned to it. (FMSC, pp. 76-77).

While Reiki is clearly a “spiritual” practice, one involving New Age components, efforts to convince Christians, along with mainstream society, that Reiki is legitimate, religiously neutral (a person of any religion can practice it) and safe are being made. In an article titled “Explaining Reiki to Christians,” William Lee Rand tells readers to visit a website called Reiki for Christians. The website says that even Jesus practiced this kind of energy healing and suggests that we can become more compassionate if we practice Reiki.

Ray Yungen explains the “power” that is behind Reiki and how even children are being introduced to it.

“One practitioner describes the [Reiki] experience in the following way:

When doing it, I become a channel through which this force, this juice of the universe, comes pouring from my palms into the body of the person I am touching, sometimes lightly, almost imperceptibly, sometimes in famished sucking drafts. I get it even as I’m giving it. It surrounds the two of us, patient and practitioner.2

“One obtains this power to perform Reiki by being attuned by a Reiki master. This is done in four sessions in which the master activates the chakras, creating an open channel for the energy. The attunement process is not made known for general information, but is held in secrecy for only those being initiated. . . . New Age teaching is that once someone is attuned he or she can never lose the power; it is for life. Even distance is not a barrier for the Reiki energy, for the channeler may engage in something called absentee healing, in which the energy is sent over long distances, even thousands of miles. One master relates:

Just by having the name or an object of the person or perhaps even a picture in your hand, you can send Reiki to them to wherever they are in the world.3

“What Reiki is really about is using this power to transform others into New Age consciousness. As one Reiki leader states:

[I]t also makes a level of spiritual transformation available to non-meditators, that is usually reserved for those with a meditative path.4

“Statements like this reveal that Reiki is in line with all the other New Age transformation efforts. It changes the way people perceive reality. Most practitioners acknowledge the truth of this. A German Reiki channeler makes this comment:

It frequently happens that patients will come into contact with new ideas after a few Reiki treatments. Some will start doing yoga or autogenous training or start to meditate or practise [sic] some other kind of spiritual method. . . . Fundamental changes will set in and new things will start to develop. You will find it easier to cast off old, outlived structures and you will notice that you are being led and guided more and more.5

“What concerns me is that Reiki apparently can be combined with regular massage techniques without the recipient even knowing it. A letter in the Reiki Journal reveals:

Reiki is a whole new experience when used in my massage therapy practice. Massage, I thought, would be an excellent tool to spread the radiance of this universal energy and a client would benefit and really not realize what a wonderful growth was happening in his or her being .6

“Of all the New Age practices and modalities, Reiki holds the title to being the most intriguing and perhaps eerie one. This is brought out in the following observations made by one of the leading Reiki masters in the country. He reveals:

When I looked psychically at the energy, I could often see it as thousands of small particles of light, like “corpuscles” filled with radiant Reiki energy flowing through me and out of my hands. It was as though these Reiki “corpuscles” of light had a purpose and intelligence.7

“Since Reiki is not something taught intellectually even children can be brought into it. In one Reiki magazine, I found an ad that was offering aChildren’s Reiki Handbook: A Guide to Energy Healing for Kids. The book is described as a ‘guide that provides kids with what they need to prepare for their first Reiki Attunement.’”8 (from FMSC, Ray Yungen, chapter 6)

If you or someone you know will be staying in a hospital anytime soon, it would be a good idea to tell your doctor and nurses that you do not want Reiki performed on you during your stay. William Lee Rand says that there are over 1 million people in the US alone now practicing Reiki.9 This is not something that should be taken lightly. Sooner or later, you or family members will come across Reiki. And the results could be detrimental.

Notes: 2.”Healing Hands,” p. 78. 3. “Vincent J. Barra Psychic Healer Transmits Reiki Energy” (Meditation Magazine, Summer 1991), p. 31. 4. Paula Horan, Empowerment Through Reiki(Wilmot, WI: Lotus Light Publications, 1990), p. 9. 5. Bodo J. Baginski and Shalila Sharamon, Reiki Universal Life Energy (Mendocino, CA: Life Rhythm, 1988), pp. 33, 49-50. 6. “Sharings” (The Reiki Journal, Vol. VI, No. 4, October/December 1986), p. 17. 7. William Lee Rand, “The Nature of Reiki Energy” (The Reik News, Autumn 2000, p. 5. 8. The Reiki News, Spring 2006, p. 43. 9. William Lee Rand, “Keeping Reiki Free” (Reiki News Magazine, Spring 2005), p. 37


TOPICS: Apologetics; Current Events; Theology
KEYWORDS: channeling; energyhealing; hospital; meditation; newage; occult; pagan; patient; reiki; williamleerand
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1 posted on 12/27/2010 5:00:24 AM PST by joiful77
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To: joiful77

My chakra balls are blue.


2 posted on 12/27/2010 5:07:27 AM PST by fieldmarshaldj (~"This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Amber Lamps !"~~)
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To: joiful77

This has been offered at my Mom’s area hospital in northern Michigan (Catholic affiliated, no less) for years. Of course you can go to a convent in Adrian, MI, with its ashram sign out front.


3 posted on 12/27/2010 5:11:09 AM PST by Sioux-san
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To: joiful77

One good thing: It will reduce the population of white LIBTARDS.


4 posted on 12/27/2010 5:11:20 AM PST by SC_Pete
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To: joiful77

So the greatest medical delivery system in the world is going to shamans and witch doctors? The Elites will still get good medical care. As a peasant, we should be happy to see our lords and masters well cared for.

They are intent on destroying our way of life so we demand communism.


5 posted on 12/27/2010 5:12:09 AM PST by Bryanw92 (Obama is like a rocket scientist....who's trying to do brain surgery with a hammer.)
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To: joiful77

Evil, pure & simple.


6 posted on 12/27/2010 5:18:52 AM PST by surroundedbyblue
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To: joiful77

What, no chicken bones & dancing witch doctors? Thats racist!!


7 posted on 12/27/2010 5:19:44 AM PST by bill1952 (Choice is an illusion created between those with power - and those without)
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To: joiful77

Theodoric of York, medieval barber.

8 posted on 12/27/2010 5:29:26 AM PST by ClearCase_guy
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To: joiful77

...’prolly the best ‘BammyCare has to offer anyway.


9 posted on 12/27/2010 5:31:10 AM PST by mo
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To: bill1952

Reiki is offered at the hospital where I work (in Libtard, CT) along with acupuncture and required bs diversity education once a year for the employees. Now, as a medical transcriptionist, I’m learning about the “qi” (chi) and men shen - whatever the hell that is and the other assorted Chinese terms. Oh yes, and we’re a “green” hospital - we have a “Green Team” to keep us in line. Pathetic.


10 posted on 12/27/2010 5:35:41 AM PST by madmominct
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To: madmominct

“Green Team”, is that where the EcoNazis stand in the john dispensing out one piece of sandpaper asswipes to each customer ?


11 posted on 12/27/2010 5:43:23 AM PST by fieldmarshaldj (~"This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Amber Lamps !"~~)
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To: joiful77

A recent study revealed that placebos are just as effective as real meds in relieving pain, even when the doctor told the patients they were taking placebos! We will be hearing a lot more of these specious studies as government health care kicks in, because we simply can’t afford real medication. That’s why ALL government employees should be forced to have the very same medical care, such as it will be, as we tax drones will have.


12 posted on 12/27/2010 5:45:18 AM PST by kittymyrib
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To: joiful77

Can it be worse then the drugs pushed by the Hospitals and the inenpt Doctors performing surgeries.


13 posted on 12/27/2010 5:48:34 AM PST by SECURE AMERICA
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To: madmominct

http://www.quackwatch.com/search/webglimpse.cgi?ID=1&query=reiki

Quackery, such as reiki, chiropractic, reflexology, etc., are cheap means to delay diagnosis and effective care. Occasionally, the patient will really save the carrier money and croak in the interval.


14 posted on 12/27/2010 5:51:18 AM PST by seton89 (No taxpayers were harmed in the making of Fords)
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To: SECURE AMERICA

Evil western medicine bump


15 posted on 12/27/2010 5:55:54 AM PST by dangerdoc (see post #6)
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To: joiful77

Under Obamacare if you are age 60+ New Age crystals and burning inscense in your navel and end of life counseling might be your only choices.


16 posted on 12/27/2010 5:58:17 AM PST by The Great RJ (The Bill of Rights: Another bill members of Congress haven't read.)
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To: joiful77

Under Obamacare if you are age 60+ New Age crystals and burning inscense in your navel and end of life counseling might be your only choices.


17 posted on 12/27/2010 5:58:17 AM PST by The Great RJ (The Bill of Rights: Another bill members of Congress haven't read.)
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To: madmominct

I have known two who died of rapidly advancing cancers.

One blamed the medical profession. Their treatments were killing her and alternative treatments were keeping her alive. The other kept complaining that she was “completely open” and yet she was in pain and very tired. Six weeks later, she died of pancreatic cancer.

One acupuncturist works part time at a regional Catholic hospital and supplements by working at various New Age practices. However, our local hospital expects alternative practitioners to pay for their treatment space, sheets, etc. They are then billed out under the gatekeeping physician and see much less than the billing statement. The area hospitals really prefer MDs to administer acupuncture and homeopathy. RNs can administer Reiki and Therapeutic Touch. Then, the patient’s insurance is billed for the time at their rates, while the homeopathy or herbal medicines, if *prescribed*, are out-of-pocket.

Some of the non-medically-trained practitioners are more than willing to sacrifice income for the prestige of working out of the hospital. Many RNs have complained about these practitioners who lack credentials. Then, these same RNs take the training themselves.

Personally, I am not aware of any legitimate codes for this stuff. But, they change all the time, so I may just not be up to speed.


18 posted on 12/27/2010 6:03:57 AM PST by reformedliberal
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To: joiful77
Now all the FDA has to do is outlaw all effective medications and we are in business!
19 posted on 12/27/2010 6:07:40 AM PST by E. Pluribus Unum (DEFCON I ALERT: The federal cancer has metastasized. All personnel report to their battle stations.)
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To: joiful77
Now all the FDA has to do is outlaw all effective medications and we are in business!
20 posted on 12/27/2010 6:07:46 AM PST by E. Pluribus Unum (DEFCON I ALERT: The federal cancer has metastasized. All personnel report to their battle stations.)
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To: joiful77

“Warning”?
Maybe “Attention”, but I don’t think it deserves “Warning”


21 posted on 12/27/2010 6:13:58 AM PST by nuconvert ( Khomeini promised change too // Hail, Chairman O)
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To: joiful77
"Researcher Ray Yungen explains that energy healing “is a force or energy pouring out of the practitioner’s hands into the client or subject."

So it's come to this. Practitioners of hokum and bunkum masquerading as medical "researchers" and "healers." Shamans, incantations, and witchcraft. God help us. I didn't think it possible, but we really and truly have descended to Third World status.
22 posted on 12/27/2010 6:17:54 AM PST by PowderMonkey (WILL WORK FOR AMMO)
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To: kittymyrib

You hit the nail on the head. Pharma companies often see a 20-25% placebo effect when they test emerging medicines.

Reiki has a placebo effect in that it helps improve focus and relaxation. Nothing wrong with that. The rest is a bunch of mumbo jumbo.


23 posted on 12/27/2010 6:21:42 AM PST by neocon1984
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To: joiful77
So the witch doctor caricature of the one was not that far off after all.
24 posted on 12/27/2010 6:23:59 AM PST by SouthTexas (A Merry and Blessed Christmas to All!)
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To: kittymyrib
A recent study revealed that placebos are just as effective as real meds in relieving pain
Been a known fact for as long as I can remember. Heck, there was even a MASH episode about placebos.
25 posted on 12/27/2010 6:24:27 AM PST by oh8eleven (RVN '67-'68)
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To: E. Pluribus Unum

They started that process with Avastin. For dying breast cancer patients, the life saving drug has too many adverse side effects to allow, so they can’t take it, with the side effect of dying sooner.


26 posted on 12/27/2010 6:32:11 AM PST by tbw2 (Freeper sci-fi - "Sirat: Through the Fires of Hell" - on amazon.com)
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To: PowderMonkey
If somebody not affiliated with government tried charging for this, they'd go to jail.
27 posted on 12/27/2010 7:03:21 AM PST by E. Pluribus Unum (DEFCON I ALERT: The federal cancer has metastasized. All personnel report to their battle stations.)
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To: Sioux-san

Is this crap really offered by the hospital? Covered under insurance plans? If so, just damn.


28 posted on 12/27/2010 7:03:48 AM PST by FreedomPoster (Islam delenda est.)
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To: seton89
Quackery, such as reiki, chiropractic, reflexology, etc., are cheap means to delay diagnosis and effective care. Occasionally, the patient will really save the carrier money and croak in the interval.

You really have no clue what you are talking about. Not a single one.

29 posted on 12/27/2010 7:08:11 AM PST by numberonepal (Don't Even Think About Treading On Me)
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To: reformedliberal

When I type the acupuncture transcription follow-ups I’m always interested to see how the patient says it worked. So far most of the results are positive. I don’t know anything about it, but keep an open mind. Reiki I don’t know- it’s new - as a Christian I do believe in healing, but how that relates to Reiki and this “energy” I don’t know. As a Christian, how does one view that?


30 posted on 12/27/2010 7:22:56 AM PST by madmominct
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To: joiful77
I saw this at a hospital I worked at 15 years ago.....

In fact I kinda got into it with a nurse about it.....

IOW...this isn't new.

31 posted on 12/27/2010 7:23:12 AM PST by Osage Orange (MOLON LABE)
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To: seton89

I wouldn’t call it all quackery.........


32 posted on 12/27/2010 7:25:25 AM PST by Osage Orange (MOLON LABE)
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To: madmominct
Funny story....

My mom calls me a few years ago..and tells me she'd been having some knee pain. I ask what she's been doing about it...she hesitates..and say's she doesn't want to tell me. Ha!!

Finally I get it out of her...she had gone to a acupuncture guy...and he caused her pain to go away. It worked for her...!!

33 posted on 12/27/2010 7:28:53 AM PST by Osage Orange (MOLON LABE)
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To: joiful77

Forget this stuff... Orgone energy is the wave of the future!


34 posted on 12/27/2010 7:30:57 AM PST by Tijeras_Slim (Pablo lives jubtabulously!)
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To: seton89
Chiropractic should in no way be lumped in with reiki. Every adult member of my family, save my daughter-in-law, has visited a chiropractor, with outstanding results.

Prior to my first chiropractic visit, I was told to "just take more Tylenol."

35 posted on 12/27/2010 7:32:11 AM PST by Tuscaloosa Goldfinch ( T.G., global warming denier.)
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To: oh8eleven

It’s a known fact that placebo is as effective as morphine or novacaine.

Remember to remind your dentist or surgeon before your next procedure.


36 posted on 12/27/2010 7:44:53 AM PST by dangerdoc (see post #6)
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To: joiful77

>Basically, what all energy healing entails is opening up the chakras through meditation or transferring the kundalini power from someone already attuned to it. (FMSC, pp. 76-77).<

What does that mean in English?


37 posted on 12/27/2010 7:53:16 AM PST by Darnright (There can never be a complete confidence in a power which is excessive. - Tacitus)
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To: joiful77

FIR energy was recognized decades ago by NASA. Sometime in the past 20 years the connection was made that the chi energy from a human was measured in the same wavelength spectrum.

You might check out http://www.StepbackAMoment.com and follow the Health / FIRe path for more information. (Blatant self-promotion)


38 posted on 12/27/2010 7:55:54 AM PST by RideForever
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To: surroundedbyblue

Science is Evil, pure & simple.

Fixed it.


39 posted on 12/27/2010 8:24:28 AM PST by satan (Plumbing new depths of worthlessness on a daily basis.)
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To: RideForever

Far infrared energy is just heat.

Far infrared sensors are in common use, to find heat leaks in your house or tracking vehicles in the dard.

Trying to attribute some life force to FIR radiation would point to warm engines and hot water bottles sharing the same life force.


40 posted on 12/27/2010 8:32:15 AM PST by dangerdoc (see post #6)
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To: joiful77

Where is the graphic of that hole with everyone just jumping into it?


41 posted on 12/27/2010 8:35:30 AM PST by onedoug
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To: FreedomPoster

Yes, I witnessed it myself - a young woman (assumed she was a therapist) came in and offered my Mom reiki. Mom was recovering from gall bladder removal surgery and had no idea what the girl was talking about. I told her no thanks and she went away. Don’t know if they would have billed Medicare or not or if it is already an allowable charge under Medicare.


42 posted on 12/27/2010 8:37:03 AM PST by Sioux-san
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To: joiful77

Is Obamcare paying for this?
They deny proven breast cancer medicines but they will waste money on this nonsense?


43 posted on 12/27/2010 8:43:11 AM PST by kalee (The offences we give, we write in the dust; Those we take, we engrave in marble. J Huett 1658)
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To: Tuscaloosa Goldfinch

I fail to how getting pummeled by a status-seeking former landscaper is therapeutic.

You may wish to review Vertebral Artery Syndrome and chiropractic.


44 posted on 12/27/2010 8:59:29 AM PST by seton89 (No taxpayers were harmed in the making of Fords)
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To: joiful77
(True story) Recently a guy tried to sell me some little gold stickers to put on my cell phone. He assured me that it would make me stronger and improve my balance. I told him I was a quart low on bullsh** but he didn't respond with an offer of a fill up. I have his card if anyone is interested in buying his stickers. snort/>>//
45 posted on 12/27/2010 9:11:23 AM PST by Ditter
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To: Sioux-san

Wow.

I see things like this, and fear we are losing the sort of rational, scientific thinking and critical analysis that allows the operation and maintenance of a techno-industrial civilization.


46 posted on 12/27/2010 9:28:20 AM PST by FreedomPoster (Islam delenda est.)
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To: joiful77
“is a force or energy pouring out of the practitioner’s hands into the client or subject.

If it's the former (force), then that's also widely known as "boxing" or "karate".

47 posted on 12/27/2010 9:30:53 AM PST by Moltke (Always retaliate first.)
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To: Darnright
Someone rubs various body parts, waves their hands around chanting "ooogly boogly!" and you're healed.

It's New Age codswollop masquerading as medicine. Nevertheless, even those you'd assume have a modicum of common sense will show up to demand that it works just as well.

48 posted on 12/27/2010 9:31:21 AM PST by Malacoda (CO(NH2)2 on OBAMA.)
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To: FreedomPoster
Of course we are -- just as the political class wants us to. Stupid serfs are easier to herd.

DOn't worry, though; did you hear they're doing new seasons of "American Idol," "Dancing with the Stars" and "Survivor?"

49 posted on 12/27/2010 9:33:55 AM PST by Malacoda (CO(NH2)2 on OBAMA.)
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To: Tuscaloosa Goldfinch
Chiropractic should in no way be lumped in with reiki. Every adult member of my family, save my daughter-in-law, has visited a chiropractor, with outstanding results.

Prior to my first chiropractic visit, I was told to "just take more Tylenol."

You do have to be careful with chiropractic, since a lot of quacks do gravitate towards that field.

That said, I remember reading about a police department investigation into a chiropractic clinic they suspected was scamming patients. As part of their investigation, they sent in one of the officers undercover. The clinic diagnosed and treated her. With that proof of scamming, they took the clinic to court. Unfortunately (for the PD), their case against the clinic was thrown out when the undercover police officer testified that she had, in fact, been injured in a car accident a few weeks prior to going to the clinic. Oops.

50 posted on 12/27/2010 9:45:13 AM PST by exDemMom (Now that I've finally accepted that I'm living a bad hair life, I'm more at peace with the world.)
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