I’ve always been frightened of the dentist, I still dread going for a checkup today even though I’m in my fifties. If it wasn’t for the fact that I have an 11 year old son, I would probably never go. I get really uptight the day before I’m going and I’m a nervous wreck on the day itself. But, last month a friend of mine convinced me to try a couple of sessions of Reiki, which is a Japanese alternative relaxation and therapy technique . I eventually decided to give it a go, mainly because the reiki practitioner stays quite close to me in Glasgow, and I kind of thought I had nothing to lose. So, off I went to see Eveleen Greer of ReikiGlasgow.net
What happened at that first treatment session was quite frankly wonderful. I had probably the most relaxing and soothing hour of my entire life, I kid you not. I had wonderful kind of colourful semi conscious dreams and when the session ended I felt absolutely amazing, and very thirsty for some reason. Anyway, to cut to the chase, I was at the dentist’s last week, and for the first time in my life, I wasn’t afraid. I sat in the waiting room revisiting my reiki experience in my mind’s eye, and I honestly am able to tell you that I went in to the appointment and came out feeling absolutely fine. So if you’re suffering from dental phobia, please give Reiki a try. You’ve got nothing to lose and a lot to gain.