While energy medicine is beginning to develop as a professional discipline, there are no nationally supported codes of ethics for energy medicine practitioners in the US. This lack of a set code of ethics makes it difficult for both energy medicine practitioners and clients to distinguish appropriate professionalism in the field. Within the energy medicine community, groups of Reiki practitioners are attempting to define codes of ethics that would be sufficient as ethical standards of behavior but many are lacking key elements. A data mining analysis was performed over the web (Yahoo, Google, Hotbot, and Jeeves) and written codes were found pertaining to appropriate ethical guidelines for Reiki practitioners. Similarities and differences among the different codes are discussed along with their potential impact.