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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Healing session for weight loss

Healing session

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Healing session for all problems

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Healing session against heart diseases

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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Lucy Lawless Arrested in New Zealand

Lucy Lawless and a few of her Greenpeace pals were arrested after they had spent four days protesting aboard an oil-drilling ship docked in New Zealand today (well, it's Monday there). The group had snuck aboard the ship a few days back in an effort to keep it from going out on a drilling expedition. Lawless spoke to TMZ earlier this week and told us, "We know we're going to be arrested ... but ... this is a moral decision for us."


HE IS best known for battling villains in his celebrated role as super-sleuth Sherlock Holmes – now Benedict Cumberbatch is being lined up to play Doctor Who’s deadly foe The Master for the show’s 50th anniversary. Programme insiders say the 35-year-old actor is likely to lock horns with current Time Lord Matt Smith, 29, when the series marks its half-century next year. Ironically Cumberbatch, who has won plaudits for his portrayal of the modern- day Sherlock in the hit BBC1 series, has often been linked with the role of the Doctor himself but has played down the prospect in the past.

EXCLUSIVE: Gethin Anthony on Game Of Thrones and 'Dreck'

In this exclusive interview, Game Of Thrones actor Gethin Anthony ('Renly') fends off the controversy about the leaked photo of his character wearing a crown in the upcoming season 2, addresses the reaction of the gay community to his GoT character, talks about radio work including audio project The Minister Of Chance, as well as discussing his upcoming sci-fi thriller 'Dreck' (formerly named 'Junk' )- a dystopic SF outing where recreational drugs have been legalised...

What They Wore: Academy Awards 2012

84th Annual Academy Awards Winners - Press Room photos

Spartacus Vengeance , Episode 6 Preview - Chosen Paths


Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke on coping with nude scenes

THE stunning star of swords and sorcery smash Game of Thrones has revealed her secrets for coping with hitting the screen in the buff. Emilia Clarke, 24, was just out of drama school when she landed the role of a lifetime as the silverhaired princess Daenerys Targaryen in the award winning series. But she quickly realised that her wardrobe assistant might have an easy shift because her role demanded frequent nudity. The actress, from Berkshire, admits that, while she was apprehensive about stripping off, she also realised it was a necessary part of the role.

Jonathan Ross with Sean Bean

Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Simpsons‘ 10 Greatest Rock Moments

Legend of Kora An aerial shot of Air Temple Island, this background painting shows the home of Tenzin and his family. The temple was originally built by Avatar Aang. 2/23/2012 A night shot of the various bridges and Downtown Station in Republic City. 2/25/2012

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Benefits of Reiki therapy for a severely neutropenic patient with associated influences on a true random number generator.

J Altern Complement Med. 2011 Dec;17(12):1181-90. Epub 2011 Dec 1. Benefits of Reiki therapy for a severely neutropenic patient with associated influences on a true random number generator. Morse ML, Beem LW. Source Institute for Scientific Study of Consciousness, Georgetown, DE 19947, USA. Abstract BACKGROUND: Reiki therapy is documented for relief of pain and stress. Energetic healing has been documented to alter biologic markers of illness such as hematocrit. True random number generators are reported to be affected by energy healers and spiritually oriented conscious awareness. METHODS: The patient was a then 54-year-old severely ill man who had hepatitis C types 1 and 2 and who did not improve with conventional therapy. He also suffered from obesity, the metabolic syndrome, asthma, and hypertension. He was treated with experimental high-dose interferon/riboviron therapy with resultant profound anemia and neutropenia. Energetic healing and Reiki therapy was administered initially to enhance the patient's sense of well-being and to relieve anxiety. Possible effects on the patient's absolute neutrophil count and hematocrit were incidentally noted. Reiki therapy was then initiated at times of profound neutropenia to assess its possible effect on the patient's absolute neutrophil count (ANC). Reiki and other energetic healing sessions were monitored with a true random number generator (RNG). RESULTS: Statistically significant relationships were documented between Reiki therapy, a quieting of the electronically created white noise of the RNG during healing sessions, and improvement in the patient's ANC. The immediate clinical result was that the patient could tolerate the high-dose interferon regimen without missing doses because of absolute neutropenia. The patient was initially a late responder to interferon and had been given a 5% chance of clearing the virus. He remains clear of the virus 1 year after treatment. CONCLUSIONS: The association between changes in the RNG, Reiki therapy, and a patient's ANC is the first to the authors' knowledge in the medical literature. Future studies assessing the effects of energetic healing on specific biologic markers of disease are anticipated. Concurrent use of a true RNG may prove to correlate with the effectiveness of energetic therapy.

Qualitative Assessment of the Impact of Implementing Reiki Training in a Supported Residence for People Older Than 50 Years with HIV/AIDS.

Perm J. 2011 Summer;15(3):43-50. Qualitative Assessment of the Impact of Implementing Reiki Training in a Supported Residence for People Older Than 50 Years with HIV/AIDS. Mehl-Madrona L, Renfrew NM, Mainguy B. Abstract Introduction: Reiki is a Japanese form of energy healing that has become popular in the US. Reiki training involves three stages-levels I, II, and III-to a master practitioner level and requires both giving and receiving Reiki. We set out to implement a program to train clients of a supported residence in Brooklyn, NY. They were all older than age 50 years and had HIV/AIDS and substance-abuse and/or mental-health disorders.Methods: A qualitative, narrative-inquiry study was conducted. The Reiki master kept a journal of her 3 years of providing 90 minutes of Reiki treatment and/or training once weekly at the residence. Forty-five of 50 potential participants attended these sessions with various frequencies. Stories were collected from 35 participants regarding their experience of Reiki training. We posited success as continued involvement in the program.Results: All 35 participants reported receiving benefit from participation in Reiki. Participants first took part in training because of the offered subway tokens; however, 40 continued their involvement despite a lack of compensation. When asked why they continued, participants reported life-changing experiences, including a greater ability to cope with addictions, a greater ability to manage counseling, healing of wounds, improvement of T-cell counts, and improved skills of daily living.Conclusion: Reiki training can be successfully implemented in a supported housing facility with people with HIV/AIDS and comorbid disorders. Some people in our study population reported areas of improvement and life-changing experiences. Our study did not establish the efficacy of Reiki, but our findings support the effect of the entire gestalt of implementing a program related to spirituality and healing and supports the goal of implementing a larger randomized, controlled trial in this setting to establish the efficacy of Reiki.

Energy therapies in oncology nursing.

Semin Oncol Nurs. 2012 Feb;28(1):55-63. Energy therapies in oncology nursing. Coakley AB, Barron AM. Abstract OBJECTIVES: To review the published research related to the interventions of Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Healing Touch representing energy therapies in relation to oncology nursing. DATA SOURCES: Peer-reviewed literature. CONCLUSION: There is growing evidence that energy therapies have a positive effect on symptoms associated with cancer. While there is need for further research, it is clear that an appreciation for the value of research methods beyond the randomized control trial is important. IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE: Energy therapies offer additional strategies for oncology nurses providing integrated nursing care to alleviate suffering and symptom distress of patients with cancer.