Sunday, April 19 @ HerbFest 2009
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Healing with Reiki and Gemstones - Marilyn Grolitzer, Ph.D. and Vickie Penninger
Energy healing has been practiced for thousands of years. Marilyn and Vickie will speak on Reiki, a form of laying-on of hands, which has been performed by cultures throughout the world and is best known in the west by mention in the Bible. Today, this energy from the universe is routinely utilized to assist in healing through therapeutic touch and other hands-on techniques.
Video from HerbFest 2009 On Use of Reiki, Chakra and Gemstones As Alternative When Traditional Medicine Has Failed The Patient
The natural properties of gemstones have been employed throughout history. Each has a unique vibration that has been known to affect the mental, emotional and physical body as well as the surrounding environment.
Marilyn Grolitzer, Ph.D.
Marilyn Grolitzer worked for over 20 years as a research scientist leading research and development organizations at Monsanto, Solutia and Dow Reichhold. She was known worldwide for her scientific research on specialty chemical additives and has numerous patents and publications. After leaving Solutia she focused her attention on helping start-up companies on medical products including medical devices and drug delivery systems and alternative health care for women. Marilyn is currently CEO of Reiki Creations, Inc, a company focused on producing products for healing of body, mind and spirit with Reiki and gemstones. www.reikicreations.com
Marilyn began her work using hands-on healing in 2005 and went on to study Reiki with Vicki Penninger, 2006-2007, receiving Master’s certification in May 2007. She continued her studies to specialize in working with gemstones and crystal energy therapy. This practice of healing of body, mind and spirit with nature’s energy has been known and used by healers throughout history as each gemstone has a unique vibration that may affect the mental, emotional and physical body as well as the surrounding environment.
Marilyn is also actively involved in clean water advocacy. She is a Master Gardener for Wake County and contributes many articles on aquatic plants and environmental conservation.