Reiki is a Japanese word meaning “Universal Life-Force-Energy”. The “Ki” part is the same word as Chi or Qi, the Chinese word or Prana, the Yogic word for the energy which underlies everything.
Reiki is a simple yet profound hands-on healing system for channeling that energy to someone for the purpose of healing.
Elements of Reiki have their origins in ancient Tibet and are also evident in India. Reiki however, was re-discovered by Dr. Usui in the late 1800’s in Japan after a 7year period of travel and research to find the ancient practice of hands on healing as used by Jesus or Buddha. It was after a 21-day period of fasting and meditation that his search ended, when the symbols and healing wisdom of Reiki were revealed to him.
Usui went on then to spend a 7 years using Reiki to heal the sick and needy in the poverty stricken Kyoto in Japan and during this time created his Reiki ethical practices. After this period, Usui traveled through Japan teaching and healing and initiated 16 – 18 people before his passing in 1930.
From these initiations the lineage of Reiki continued through Chujiro Hayashi and Haywaya Takata. While Reiki may have undergone changes and many systems arisen, they are all valuable and have evolved form the same root of Dr. Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi and Haywaya Takata’s teachings.
Just for today, I will not be angry,
Just for today, I will not worry,
Just for today, I will do my work honestly,
Just for today, I will be kind to my neighbor and every sentiment
being,Just for today, I will give thanks for my many blessings.
Courses in Reik i & ii are offered every week and conducted over 2 days1st day -11am – 2pm Theoretical Session- Introduction and information on Reiki followed by lunch tea & lunch in between 2nd day- 8 am – 1 pm – Initiation (tea, lunch, sharing experience, Healing for self and others, meditation) after the initiation & certificate distribution.Please note that the timing and date, and venue for one person can be arranged upon request with the teacher.