Here is a photo of our lovely Shinpiden students from Los Angeles last weekend. Welcome!
Here is a photo of our lovely Shinpiden students from BC, Canada last weekend. Welcome!
We are all learning, whether we are teachers or beginners (or both). And we don’t learn solely on our own.
Listening, watching, asking and responding to others are just some of the experiences we share and consequently learn from.
Today we ask you to share your Reiki teaching stories with other practitioners through our blog. Here are some questions to jog your thoughts… and please feel free to add to them.
After practicing the system of Reiki about seven years, I was fortunate enough that two wonderful friends and fellow practitioners were able to book Frans to teach in Cincinnati, Ohio where I live (what a dream come true for me). I read “The Japanese Art of Reiki” in 2007 and felt a stirring of some missing pieces fall into place.
In an earlier article (The Confusion Around Reiju), we wrote that reiju is a spiritual blessing or initiation that facilitates direct experiencing of your true nature. We also described how the practices within the system of Reiki — precepts, symbols, mantras, meditation, and hands-on healing — play a role in deepening your reiju experience, whether you are a student or a teacher.
Spiritual seekers like yourself constantly come across references to the cultural teachings of old: the Yogis, the Native Americans, the Japanese, Aboriginals from Australia or Brazil, the Celts, The Tibetans, the Hawaiians – and many more. Understand – there is a reason these teachings are continuously being placed under our noses! They are opportunities for us to connect with Truth. Pay attention!
Shinpiden graduate of the International house of Reiki, Allison Chun, was recently interviewed by the spiritual radio station AH about her work with Reiki and animals.
This is a presentation by Clinical Professor David Joske given at Living with Cancer: Information for General Practice - July 24 2012.