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Tenohira Ryoho by Mitsui Koshi

The below photos are from the book Tenohira Ryoho (Hands-on treatment) by Mitsui Koshi. Mitsui Koshi (1883-1953) was a Japanese literate, poet, philosopher and activist. Born in Yamanashi Prefecture and graduated from Tokyo University. He is said to be responsible for systematizing the “Tenohira Ryoho” (Hands-on Treatment) that was established by Eguchi Toshihiro who was a friend and student of Mikao Usui.

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Japanese - English Precepts

Check out the blending of the Japanese and English precepts in this image.

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Baking Reiki

Are all chocolate cakes the same? Obviously not, but we can still understand and appreciate a good slice of chocolate cake.

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The Inner Heart of Reiki Iceberg

Find out more about the system of Reiki in The Inner Heart of Reiki. A meditation practice to rediscover your True Self…

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Kurama Dera Message: Gazing at the Light

This article is a rendering of a chapter in the book, 古寺巡礼 Old Temple Pilgrimage, Kyoto, by 信楽 香仁 Shigaraki Konin, 貫主 Abbess of 鞍馬寺 Kurama Dera, 2007, pp 81-94. Presented by Okunomichi with the permission of the Abbess and the anonymous translators

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IHReiki in USA, November 2013 Photos

This November Frans Stiene spent a number of weeks in the USA giving talks, holding a Reiki Retreat and teaching Reiki classes. We have some lovely photos to celebrate these great Reiki events.

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What does the International House of Reiki Teach?

If you study with the International House of Reiki do you have to stand under waterfalls or walk mountain paths in traditional Japanese Shugendo clothing like senior Reiki teacher Frans Stiene has been doing?
In short - no.
So, what sort of things DO you study with the International House of Reiki?

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UK and Paris Shinpiden Graduates 2013

Here are some photos and comments from some of the lovely Shinpiden graduates from Frans Stiene’s recent European teachings.

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