Healing Arts Connection Continuing Education Center
Marsha Craven, President & Mary Ellen Brown, Partner
  info@How2Heal.com ~ (623) 215-7988 ~ www.How2Heal.com  
1715 W Northern Ave., Ste. 100; Phoenix AZ 85021


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 Body, Mind, Spirit Continuing Education

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The Reiki Principles

Just for today, do not worry

Just for today, do not anger

Just for today, be grateful

Just for today, do your work honestly

Just for today, be kind to all living things



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    Reiki Master Teacher
Now taking registrations for TBD class
email info@How2Heal.com   or call 623.215.7988 with questions

 Have you completed Reiki I, II and III/Master with Marsha Craven? 

 Have you chosen to live by the Reiki Principles to the best of your ability for at least a year?

Have you established a daily practice that includes Reiki?

 Are you preparing to teach Reiki to others? 

If the answer to the above questions is yes, you may want to join the next Reiki Master Teacher class. 

You will meet two days with your Reiki Master Teacher class  to prepare for teaching Reiki.
TBD 10a-2pm and
TBD 10a-5p 

You will apprentice all three levels of actual Reiki classes,  where you will assist in teaching and giving attunements.  Choose your 1st & 2nd choices for your apprenticeship from each of the three levels posted on the
Reiki Schedule

During the several months of the RMT training,  you will apprentice with Marsha Craven, RMT and will have the opportunity and support to become an outstanding Reiki Master Teacher.  Since Marsha is a 5th Generation Usui Master, when you complete Reiki Master Teacher with Marsha you will become a 6th Generation Usui Master.

If you  are interested in joining Marsha's next Reiki Master Teacher class, please let us know as soon as possible to reserve your place.

Prerequisite:  Reiki I, II and III/Master with Marsha Craven, extensive experience as a Reiki Master and permission of the instructor.
Investment: $550/
$500 Early Bird Pay by June 17, 2017
CE Hours: 32

Location:  1715 W Northern Ave, Ste. 100, Phoenix, AZ 85021

$100 Deposit 1st Payment to reserve your place as class size is limited

Thank you!

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Reiki brings people a tool to support body, mind, and spirit, regardless of health status.  Reiki is completely safe and complements traditional and  alternative healthcare practices to create an optimum healing environment.  Reiki can be done in person or from a distance and can be used with humans, animals and plants.

Anyone can learn Reiki and can begin using it immediately in a Reiki I seminar.  Additional symbols and practice, which make Reiki healing exponentially more powerful, are provided in Reiki II and Reiki III/Master.

Reiki can help people reduce pain, anxiety and depression and improve outcomes with other therapies that they are undergoing. For example, various experimental results show reduction in pain by newly trained HIV/AIDS patients providing a compelling argument for teaching Reiki to everyone who is diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.  Its efficacy with those experiencing chronic illness, cancer and other conditions is being revealed in additional studies being conducted around the world.

The value of Reiki comes from its ability to relieve suffering and promote healing regardless of the cause. Reiki is not limited in the way it is able to heal, and results are achieved even with illnesses and conditions that aren’t usually understood or helped with regular medical treatment.

Reiki is a complement to treatment by a physician. It does not provide services in lieu of a doctor, nor is it a medical diagnostic tool. We perceive that integrative medicine that takes advantage of all parts of the care spectrum as appropriate is much more effective (and cost-effective) than allopathic treatment alone.


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Articles on use of Reiki at University of Maryland Shock Trauma Unit

About Reiki

 Reiki (pronounced “ray-key”) is a laying-on of hands natural healing technique thought to be thousands of years old.  Originating in Tibet, it was rediscovered in Japan in the late 1800’s by Dr. Mikao Usui. It is very simple yet powerful healing art that can be used on your self as well as others and can easily be learned by anyone.  Practitioners channel universal life force in a particular pattern to bring forth healing and harmony. 

 The word Reiki is derived from two Japanese words - “rei,” meaning “Universal Spirit,” and “ki,“ meaning “life force energy.” The word Reiki, therefore, refers to a balanced cosmic and life force energy.  Because of its qualities of universal energy, it seems to have a basic consciousness which, when used for healing, is able to provide exactly what is needed on all levels. Reiki treatments work by dissolving or eliminating toxic energy and substances from many levels of ones being whether it be physical, emotional, mental or beyond. Reiki helps to create a harmonious environment within ones being so true healing can take place. 

   Anyone can use Reiki to strengthen well-being, and it can be especially useful for people with pain, anxiety, insomnia, depression, fatigue syndromes or other chronic illness, or those undergoing surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or treatment for addictions.

Notes & Resources:

Fred Sicher, MA, Elisabeth Targ, MD*, Dan Moore II, PhD, Helene Smith, PhD, A Randomized Double-Blind Study Of The Effect Of Distant Healing In A Population With Advanced AIDS, Western Journal of Medicine, December 1998, Vol 169, No. 6, pp. 356-363

  • Barnett, L. and Chambers, M. "Reiki Energy Medicine: Taking Healing Touch into Home, Hospital, and Hospice" (Vermont: Healing Arts, 1996)

  • Brewitt B, Vittetoe T, Hartwell B. The Efficacy of Reiki: Improvements in Spleen and Nervous System Function as Quantified by Electro Dermal Screening. Alternative Ther Health Med. 1997, 3:89-97.

  • Burack, Marsha. "Reiki, Healing Yourself & Others" (Ca: Lo Ro Productions, 1995)

  • Horrigan, B. Reiki Vibrational Healing, an Interview with Pamela Miles. Alternative Therapies. 2003, 9 (4): 75-83.

  • Jackson, Kate. "Reiki - Rising Star in Complementary Cancer Care." Radiology Today. May 2003;10-13.

  • Maansour, Ahlam et al. "A Study to Test the Effectiveness of Placebo Reiki Standardization Procedures Developed for a Planned Reiki Efficacy Study" Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 1999; 5(2): 153-164.

  • Miles, P. Preliminary Report on the Use of Reiki for HIV-Related Pain and Anxiety. Alternative Therapies. 2003, 9 (2): 36.

  • Miles, P. True G. Reiki – Review of a Biofield Therapy: History, Theory, Practice, and Research. Alternative Ther Health Med. 2003, 9 (2): 62-72.

  • Miles, P. Palliative Care Services at the NIH include Rei ki and Other Mind-Body Modalities. Advances . 2004, 20 (2):30-31.

  • Moore, Alice. "Reiki Healing Touch: Enhancing the Healing Process." Berkshire Medical Journal. October 2001; 7-9.

  • Olson, K. and Hanson, J. "Using Reiki to Manage Pain: A Preliminary Report." Cancer Prevention and Control, 1 (2): 108-113, June, 1997

  • Oschman, James. Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis. New York: Churchill Livingston. 2000.

  • Prestwood, Karen M. M.D., "Energy Medicine: What Is It, How Does It Work, and What Place Does It Have in Orthopedics?", Techniques in Orthopaedics, ISSN: 0885-9698, March, 2003
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  • Rand, W. "Reiki, The Healing Touch, A First and Second Degree Manual" (MI: Vision Publications,1998)

  • Schiller, Robert, MD. "Reiki: A Starting Point for Integrative Medicine." Alternative Therapies. 2003; 9(2):20-24.

  • Schmehr, Robert. "Enhancing the Treatment of HIV/AIDS with Reiki Training and Treatment." Alternative Therapies. 2003; 9(2):120-122.

  • Wardell, Diane, and Engebretson, Joan. "Biological Correlates of Reiki Touch Healing" Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2001; 33 (4):439-448.

  • Wetzel, W. "Reiki Healing: a Physiologic Perspective." Journal of Holistic Nursing. 1989; 7(1):47-53.

Painting "All One People" by Pola Lopez


Healing Arts Connection Seminars

Marsha Craven is President of Healing Arts Connection, L.L.C., an organization specializing in continuing education and consultation using various healing modalities that facilitate mind-body-spirit healing.  If you would like to bring one of these seminars to your area,  you can help make it happen.  For more information, including incentives for seminar host, contact "Healing Arts Connection"

 623.215.7988 or  info@How2Heal.com
Now booking 2017-18 seminars.  


Notice:  Information provided through Healing Arts Connection, LLC seminars, consultations, website and other written and verbal communication is for educational purposes only and is intended to complement, not replace medical treatment.  This information is not a substitute for medical advice and we are not diagnosing or treating specific health challenges.  Please do not delay consultation with an appropriate health care provider for a potentially serious physical, mental or emotional symptom or condition. 




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 Mail:  Healing Arts Connection
          1715 W Northern Ave, Ste. 100
           Phoenix, Arizona 85021

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