Usui Reiki Ryoho

I am reading this wonderful book by Dainin Katagiri – ‘The Light That Shines Through Infinity’. I am not even half way through the book but already can highly recommend it to anyone who wants to understand the Japanese concept of spirituality and how it relates to the system of Reiki.

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Shin Shin Kaizen

Kaizen (改善) – improvement, an action taken to improve
Kaizen is an interesting term. In the context of Usui Reiki Ryoho, Shin Shin Kaizen refers to the continual improvement of one’s body (health) and mind (wisdom) though earnest practice.

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The Roots of the System of Reiki

Without the roots a plant will not grow and bear fruit.
To really understand the system of Reiki, we need to go back to the roots that Mikao Usui planted for his teachings. By exploring and practicing the roots, we can pick the real fruits of the system of Reiki.

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New 6 Week Teleclass | How to Teach Reiki

Come and join international Reiki Teacher Frans Stiene as he takes you step-by-step through how to teach a Reiki Level I, II and III class, how to run practice groups, deal with students and much, much more in a series of 6 one-hour teleclasses. Whether you want to teach - or are already teaching, or are a IHReiki student already - this teleclass is for you.

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The Brain Waves of Reiki

Who the best healers are and how healing works has been the subject of scientific research since the 1970s, when investigators first began to study the brain waves of hands-on healers. I have always been interested in energy healing, especially since 2001, when I discovered in my own brain waves that sending out healing prayers at the close of meditation expands and evolves the mind more than anything else—and in precisely the same way as loving communion with universal Light. (image - No-Mind Pattern)

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The Dogma of Reiki Treatments

Dogma; something that is considered to be absolutely true.

Since we entered the world of Reiki we have seen many variations on what is taught and how it is taught. One of the things that has stood out is that the teaching of hands on healing on others is often taught as a dogma rather than a healing practise. These restrictions placed on hand positions have made it very difficult for practitioners and teachers alike to become more fluid with their practise.

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The Teachings of the International House of Reiki

The Teachings of the International House of Reiki Video

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Which is better Western Reiki or Japanese Reiki?

Simply defining what is Western or Japanese Reiki is initially quite difficult. Many Reiki teachers practice styles of Japanese Reiki which have lots of Western aspects in them (see last week’s blog for example). Then there are also many Reiki teachers practising what some call Western Reiki which includes Japanese aspects.

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