Here's what my customers are saying...
“Gaye offered Reiki to me when I was diagnosed
with uterine cancer. I knew nothing about it, but I had asked God for a miracle, so I was willing to try anything.
I received two sessions that lasted 30 – 40 minutes each. I felt the heat of Gaye’s hands and a tremendously
calming feeling came over me. The result of the treatments was that when I had surgery one week later to remove the
orange-sized lump diagnosed by xray, the obstetric surgeon only found a pea-sized lump, which he removed. Also, apparently
there was a fistula [bladder tear] which I didn’t know about previous to the surgery. The urologist, who had seen
the tear on an xray, was at a loss to explain how that miraculously disappeared. Both doctors were amazed; I am certain
a miracle occurred, as I recovered within a few weeks, and am cancer-free to this day, years later.” -Yvonne
“I sought Reiki as a non-surgical solution to muscular
and neurological degeneration as a result of Gillaume-Barre disease contracted in my 30’s (patient is now in her
70’s). I wanted healing, and as I felt the warmth of the energy, I felt a sense of well-being and contentment.
I have since had several treatments for various ailments, and have had my knee fixed, my instep has improved, and most importantly,
my toe dysplasia was fixed, and I can still walk. I love the Reiki energy, and would (and have) recommend it to everyone.
I know it works.” -Val A.
Theo's been purring constantly - which has never happened before. I take that to mean that he's feeling pretty good,
in general." - Barbara R.
"I want you to know how
much I appreciate twhat you wrote about forgiveness. Today, I met with my step-dad to discuss our relationship...and I was
so glad to have read it before my Dad and I talked. [As you said in the article], I want to work at what I'm FOR rather
than AGAINST. I want a goal of PEACE rather than being RIGHT. Thank you for writing about such an important topic."
"Gaye gave quality time of herself. She told me what she felt, why it might be, and how to manage it. What a valuable experience."-Debbie A.