The lack of standards for Reiki practice makes for a lot of confusion and misinformation; frankly, it’s a buyer-beware market.
I’ll help you choose your Reiki connection carefully so you experience how sweetly and effectively Reiki can support you.
First I suggest you read how Reiki practice helps. It’s important to understand that Reiki is balancing and can safely help you in any situation, even if it’s not the only support you need.
You can receive Reiki treatment from a professional or from a friend who has taken even beginning Reiki training, but the best investment is to learn Reiki self practice. The beginning practice is easily learned and that’s all the training most people need.
Here’s what you need to find a good class:
- Reiki Classes: What’s Right for You tells you what to look for, important because there are no standards and many teachers don’t teach self care or don’t realize they have hybrid practices.
- Traditional in-person First Degree Reiki training in New York City.
- Learn Reiki Self Care online in a live interactive teleconference you can take from your home.
I’ve been practicing Reiki since 1986, frequently collaborating in conventional medicine, teaching at Yale medical school, presenting at Harvard and the National Institutes of Health, implementing programs at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia and other hospitals and academic medical centers. I teach Reiki the traditional way, as it was brought from Japan in the 1930s, with no New Age add-ons. The information presented here is credible, documented, and based in years of experience.
You can read stories of how Reiki has helped people like you in my Reiki Stories section.
If you want to receive treatment from a professional, you’ll need help finding a credible Reiki professional.
Want even more in-depth information? My book REIKI: A Comprehensive Guide gives strategies for finding a credible, qualified Reiki professional or teacher.
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