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World Energy Conference

'Live Online including Recordings' October 14th, 15th & 16th 2022

World Energy Conference chosen charity 2022

The Conference has chosen for 2022 to support The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust ( SBSHT) which is a registered UK charity.

The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust supports cancer patients and their families by providing funds to employ Complementary

Therapists (Healers) in the NHS and Hospices.

The House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology report on the use of Complementary and Alternative Therapies (CAM) stated the following in relation to therapies within Group 2 - which includes Reiki & Spiritual Healing;

"We are satisfied that many therapies listed in our Group 2 give help and comfort to many patients when used in a complementary sense to support conventional medical care"

"In relieving stress, in alleviating side effects (for example of various forms of anti-cancer therapy) and in giving succour to the elderly and in palliative care they often fulfil an important role".


The SBSHT healing therapists, who work within the NHS and other health areas, are proud to be part of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to provide vital support cancer patients, their relatives and staff.

Since 2006, the SBSHT has funded healers to work in NHS, and other health related areas to support  cancer patients and their families.

A key role of the SBSHT is to increase awareness within the UK of the importance of providing healing support to cancer patients and families. Another vital role is to generate the crucial funds needed to place more healers  in NHS, and other health related areas, throughout the country.
Complementary therapy (CT) is increasingly demanded and expected by patients undergoing cancer treatments. An increasing amount of research clearly demonstrates that CT is important to support patients through their conventional treatments. 

SBSHT is committed to providing funds to NHS hospitals and cancer centers to engage the services of a Reiki practitioner or Healer for cancer patients and their families.

As a charity we are or have funded healer posts within the centres below:-

  • University College Hospital, London
  • Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge 
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital, Epping
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Welwyn Garden City
  • Derriford Hospital, Plymouth
  • Wigan NHS Trust , Wigan
  • St Josephs Hospice,London
  • Eden Valley Hospice and Jigsaw Children’s Hospice, Carlisle
  • St Mary's Hospice, Ulverston and Barrow in Furness NHS Trust
  • St Johns Hospice, Lancaster
  • Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury
  • Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre,Bristol
  • Rowcroft Hospice, Torquay 
  • The Lister Hospital,Stevenage
  • Barnstaple NHS Trust
  • Treliske Hospital, Cornwall
  • Poole NHS Trust
  • St Michaels Hospice, Herefordshire

Angie Buxton-King
Reiki Master/ Teacher, Spiritual Healer, Author and Public Speaker.
Angie is a fully qualified tutor of adults in the life learning sector and a Director/Trustee of our charity The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust.

Since 2004 following the publication of her first book The NHS Healer; she has been  invited to speak  at many medical and holistic conferences. Angie is a past chair of The Doctor Healer Network and a former council member of The College of Medicine representing complementary therapies. Along with her husband Graham, they created Energy Healing Training and Reiki Training that complies with National Occupational Standards. They have also created their unique ‘Healing in Hospitals & Hospices Training’ and ‘Delivering Complementary Therapy in a Statutory Setting Training’ to give healers and complementary therapists the necessary skills to work safely and competently in a more formal setting.
Angie  was employed by University College London Hospital (UCLH) as a Healer to deliver healing to cancer patients as part of an integrated, holistic package of care for 12 years.
In 2006 Graham and Angie  created their charity The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust. The trust was created in memory of their son Sam, who was diagnosed in 1995 aged seven with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia and who benefited enormously from healing before he died in 1998 aged 10. SBSHT continues to  provide funds to employ healers within cancer centres in the NHS and hospices; this enables cancer patients and their families to receive healing free of charge at the hospital bedside when they need support most.

There are full details on the Sunflower Healing Trust here.

Angie Buxton-King who is the founder and a trustee of the charity and full details on Angie and her work can be found here.

Tickets offer an 'Optional' charity donation of £2.00 with choice of increasing, decreasing or removing.

We will be aiming, with your support, to raise funds over the 3 days  for this amazing charity.

The Sam Buxton Sunflower Healing Trust

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