Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Raven Keyes, author of The Healing Power of Reiki and the new Medical Reiki.

I feel so honored to have been given the opportunity to publish my latest book with Llewellyn Worldwide, Medical Reiki: A Groundbreaking Approach to Using Energy Medicine for Challenging Treatments. The angels have been telling me for some time now that humanity must shift and become more aware of how much we all need each other in order to survive. This matches the information coming from shamans all over the world, who are saying that humankind is in the extinction mode, something that has happened several times before. Yet this time, there is an opportunity for real evolution in the human race. I am also hearing that those who survive will create a better world in which to live.

In terms of my own work, I’m being shown that so many people are ill because of many different factors, but in the end, if they can receive Medical Reiki as part of the treatment plans given by their doctors and surgeons, Reiki will raise their vibrations, shifting their energy fields to a higher frequency that will cause evolution. One by one, drop by drop, the angels say that together we can change the world for the better.

So many of us are doing the work we were destined to bring forth at this time. My deepest continuous prayer is that we will all unite to bring forth love, compassion, forgiveness, kindness, togetherness, and all else that we require to survive. My way is Medical Reiki, what is yours?

I am training Reiki masters to become Certified Medical Reiki Masters, and we are a global team working in medicine. I invite anyone who is drawn to the path I am walking to join our international team by reaching out to me at

Our thanks to Raven for her guest post! For more from Raven Keyes, read her article “Three Key Reasons Why Doctors Need Medical Reiki.”

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