Initiation alone does not make a Reiki master. It starts us on the road to becoming a Reiki master, with no guarantee of reaching mastery. How does mastery develop?
What is the one fact to share about Reiki practice first?
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.
Does linking Reiki lineage to how you practice rather than your training change anything for you?
Why do the U.S. Catholic Bishops and some Vipassana meditation teachers oppose Reiki practice? How does the Reiki community contribute to such opposition?
Stories about Reiki founder Mikao Usui abound, but what do we really know about his life? Reiki master Colin Powell sorts through the evidence.
The natural medicine term healing crisis refers to a very specific event that may occur in a healing process. It’s important to understand exactly what a healing crisis is.
Conventional medicine uses drugs or procedures to oppose the problem in an attempt at cure. The benefits of Reiki healing come from enhanced systemic balance.
Of course we all like fast results. And with Reiki treatment, sometimes we get them. But that’s not instant mastery.
There is a reasonable expectation that any practice referred to as Reiki traces back to Usui, but we cannot assume this to be true. The lack of agreed-upon Reiki standards creates a buyer-beware market. How can we help the public identify Usui-based Reiki practices?