Mainstreaming Reiki: Is Reiki Safe? Practitioner Safety

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Here are some links mentioned in the webinar —
Articles on Usui and Japanese translation:
Mikao Usui
Writing Reiki
What Does the Reiki Kanji Mean?

Reiki Precepts as translated by Reiki master Hyakuten Inamoto

Reiki master Susan Mitchell

Teillhard de Chardin: We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.

Taoist quotes:Less and less is done until finally when nothing is done, nothing is left undone.
Better a foot behind than an inch ahead of the body.

The Daily Practice and Clinical Practice categories of my Reiki Central blog contain articles relevant to the webinar content. I particularly suggest reading the following:
Are You a Reiki Martyr?
Practice Makes Present
Waiting for Second Degree

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