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healing and wellbeingIn today’s fast-paced world, stress and anxiety are becoming more and more prevalent, and it’s no wonder why. From the constant pressure of work, relationships, and daily tasks, it can be challenging to maintain a sense of balance and inner peace. Fortunately, the practice of energy healing has gained popularity as an alternative approach to traditional medical treatments.

Energy healing refers to a variety of techniques that aim to promote healing and balance by manipulating the subtle energy fields that surround and penetrate the body. Two common types of energy healing are Reiki and Sound Healing. While these practices are often met with skepticism, there is growing scientific evidence supporting their effectiveness.

Reiki is a form of energy healing that involves the practitioner placing their hands on or near the patient’s body to transfer healing energy. An integrative review of Reiki touch therapy published in Holistic Nursing Practice in 2023 found that Reiki was effective in reducing physical pain and anxiety and increase in physical function, energy, and mental health.

Sound healing uses sound waves to promote healing and relaxation. A study published in Holistic Nursing Practice in 2011 investigated the selection of music for inducing relaxation and found that certain types of music, such as nature sounds and slow-tempo music, can promote relaxation and reduce anxiety.

While the mechanisms by which these energy healing practices work are not fully understood, some theories suggest that they may help to rebalance the body’s energy fields and promote self-healing. These practices may also work by reducing stress and promoting relaxation, which can have a positive impact on overall health and wellbeing.

But perhaps the most compelling evidence of the effectiveness of energy healing comes from personal stories. Take the case of Jane, who had been suffering from chronic back pain for years. She had tried every conventional treatment, from physical therapy to medication, but nothing seemed to work. Finally, she decided to try Reiki, and after just a few sessions, her pain began to subside. She continued with regular Reiki sessions and found that not only did her back pain disappear, but she also felt more relaxed and centered than she had in years.

In conclusion, while energy healing practices such as Reiki and Sound Healing may still be met with skepticism, there is a growing body of scientific evidence supporting their effectiveness, and personal stories speak to its transformative power. These practices may be beneficial for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression, enhancing relaxation, and promoting overall wellbeing. It is important to note that energy healing should not be used as a replacement for traditional medical treatments, but rather as a complementary approach to promote healing and balance.


1. “Evaluation of the Impacts of Reiki Touch Therapy on Patients Diagnosed With Fibromyalgia Who Are Followed in the Pain Clinic” by Gökdere Çinar, Hava PhD, RN; Alpar, Şule PhD, RN; Ilhan, Seher MD (Holistic Nursing Practice, 2023) –

2. “Selection of Music for Inducing Relaxation and Alleviating Pain” by Chi, Grace Chu-Hui-Lin PhD, MS, RN, OCN; Young, Anne EdD, RN (Holistic Nursing Practice, 2011)