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Cultura ed Essenza dei “Modi”

Pensiamo che, per chiunque sia interessato a praticare il sistema Reiki in linea con le sue radici Giapponesi, sia assolutamente necessaria una buona comprensione dei “modi” Giapponesi.

H.E Davey fa un eccellente lavoro, nel chiarire alla mente Occidentale elementi Giapponesi.

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Should a teacher keep secrets from students?

Imagine you teach the trapeze instead of Reiki ... you teach a beginner to hold onto the rope etc… and relevant safety features ... at the same time the beginner watches you do some amazing somersaults. The beginner aims to be able to do that one day. However, the beginner knows that if he or she practices that now, then he/she will fall. Thus the beginner realises there are certain steps that need to be progressed through to get that point.

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Walking the Reiki Path Together

Each individual knows his or her own way around their Reiki practice. Many have discovered personal insights through the practical experience of the system of Reiki. This individuality can be a blessing as it offers others the chance to view the system through different eyes. In this exchange of skills you might discover ways of being and practicing that support your own balance. And in this mutual exchange of skills, others may learn the same from you. The perfect symbiotic relationship!

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Students eyes closed or open during attunements/reiju?

Q: Why do teachers tell their students to keep their eyes closed during the attunement/reiju?
A: It seems that some teachers are afraid that their students might see the actual attunement/reiju ritual that they are performing. In fact, some teachers go so far as to remove other students from the room where they are performing the attunement/reiju.

An action undertaken from this standpoint can foster a sense of secrecy resulting in unhealthy power issues concerning the teacher/student roles.

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