Reiki is an easy and natural method to treat which permits that vital power absorbs more energy. This method gives power and balance the energy of whole body. This natural energy flows concentrated and powerfully through the hands of the Reiki Master.
What is Reiki?
In the thousands of years of human experience there have been many technical, medical and social “discoveries”. The surprising thing is – they can work. One of these is REIKI (pronounced ray-key), an Asian form of healing the body and the mind by manipulation of energy forces. Reiki is a holistic therapy which improves healing on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. This healing energy will flow through the practitioner’s hands to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. It is reported that recipients often feel warmth, relaxation and peace combined with a general feeling of well-being.
In this course you will learn:
How to take more energy
Acquiring more peace
Achieving deep relaxation
Theory about Reiki
Practical Applications of Reiki Techniques
Having an “Initiation” as Reiki Practitioner
Reiki is not only therapy or courses; it is also a life style.
Group and Requirements
The group cannot have more than 12 people, and each participant most bring comfortable clothes, a pillow, a big towel or blanket for doing exercises on the floor.
- Reiki ideals
- Different treatments
- Important elements in a treatment
- Reiki treatment process
- Participant introduction, and Reiki I experiences
- Why Reiki II?
- Personal meditation – expectations
- Power symbol
- Mental / emotional symbol
- Reiki 2 initiation
- Mental Treatment Method – Explanation and experience
- Reiki wishes
- Cleansing and purification
- Japanese Reiki Technics
- Complete treatment using the symbols
- Spiritual Laws
- Ancient Origins of Reiki Explored
- The Usui Master Symbol
- Reiki Moving Meditation
- Reiki Meditation
- Manifesting Goals
- The Reiki Grid
- Psychic Surgery
- A little more about Chakras
- Ethical Principals of Reiki
- Reiki Master Symbol
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Instructor: Esther Hollingshead
This page was last updated on: March 22, 2013