What is reiki?
- Reiki is a spiritual practice, now considered to be a form of pseudo-science, developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui that has been adapted by various teachers of varying traditions.
- It uses a technique called palm healing or hands-on-healing as a form of alternative medicine.
- Through the use of this technique, they are transferring universal energy through the palms, which allows self-healing and a state of equilibrium.
How reiki works?
- The first degree Reiki course teaches the basic theories and procedures of how to work with Reiki energy. The way you would gain this degree is by attunements given to the student by the teacher. Students learn hand placement positions on the recipient’s body that are thought to be most conducive to the healing process in a whole body treatment. Now the participant can treat himself and others with Reiki.
- In the second degree Reiki course, the student learns the use of three symbols which are said to enhance the healing effect and allow for distance healing. Another attunement is given which is said to further increase the capacity for Reiki to flow through the student, as well as empowering the use of the symbols. Now, the student can allegedly treat people with Reiki without being physically present with the recipient.
- Through the third degree, or “master training”, the student becomes a Reiki Master. One or more attunements are carried out and the student learns a further master-level symbol. Having completed the master training, the new Reiki Master can attune other people to Reiki and teach the three degrees of Reiki.
Degree I : Shoden : 2 days
Degree II : Okuden : 2 days
Degree III : Shinpiden : 2 days
Note: There is a gap of minimum 21 days between degrees
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