The quick, palpable benefits of Reiki practice are usually enough to keep us motivated. We need just a wee bit of discipline to get started.
What are the two biggest challenges to learning (or teaching) Reiki practice? Not what you expect.
Reiki results may seem magical, but is Reiki practice magic?
An email inquiry about Reiki classes asked, “How long after I get my First degree certificate can I hang out my shingle?”
Save your money. No need to take more Reiki classes. After First degree Reiki training, practitioners develop primarily through this sequence: Practice. Observe. Contemplate. Repeat.
A common misconception is that Hawayo Takata emphasized the physical healing aspects of Reiki practice over the spiritual, but Reiki researcher Robert Fueston reveals what Takata really taught.
Thinking of adding to your Reiki healing sessions? Here are a couple of points to consider.
The I Practice Self Reiki Every Day badge supports your practice and gets the word out about Reiki self care. And it’s free!
Japanese Reiki master and Buddhist monk Hyakuten Inamoto shares his research about Mikao Usui, the Gakkai, and how Reiki healing was originally taught.
Reiki master and Buddhist monk Hyakuten Inamoto discusses Reiki healing and money, Hawayo Takata, Chiyoko Yamaguchi, and the Gakkai.