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Reiki Oggi

Possiamo tornare alle radici tradizionali di un sistema che sembra essere diventato quasi inseparabile dal movimento New Age?
Alla International House of Reiki piacerebbe pensare che lo sia.
Cominciato in Giappone, agli inizi del 1900, il sistema Reiki si è sparso in tutto il mondo grazie a Hawayo Takata. Dopo la sua morte, nel 1980, vi è stata confusione tra i suoi studenti su quali fossero i suoi esatti insegnamenti.

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Practising GYO

Gyo is a word very few westerners are familiar with, if at all. It is a Japanese word and carries meanings such as Harsh, Severe and Austere. Gyo can be found in martial arts and spiritual discipline and is an ideal expedient tool through which complete focus may be applied to the task at hand by applying the Mind to it.

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How Long do I need to meditate?

There is also a routine for Reiki practitioners to follow in The Japanese Art of Reiki

In a lot of practices today students are told to meditate for a certain period of time whether it be 20 minutes, 30 minutes or more. But is this the best way to begin to meditate?

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The Reiki Teacher’s Choice

Within the structure of the system of Reiki there is the ability for a student to progress to the teacher level. During a student’s development at this level he or she becomes qualified to pass on the system of Reiki to others. The timing of this will largely depend upon the student’s progress with his or her self-practice.

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Usui Mikao and the Time Machine

On a cool evening in March 1926, Usui Mikao climbed the rough path to Mount Hiei; a mountain near Kyoto dedicated to Tendai Buddhist traditions. He was carrying a basket filled with vegetables and enjoying the crispness of the air when he stopped in his tracks. There, glinting in the moonlight, was a blue rectangular box with a flashing light on top; large enough, it seemed, for a person to stand up straight in.

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