Light on the Origins of Reiki

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Light on the Origins of Reiki

Postby Rose Quartz » Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:53 am

I am very happy I have found this book. An eye opener for all those wishing to practice Reiki as it was back in Usui/Hayashi days not clouded with many new age thingies :D Reiki is connected to Shinto and Buddhism a lot and makes it easier (imo) to practice Reiki if one is familiar with the Japanese cultural background.
It is nice to find a Reiki practitioner who totally believes that Reiki can heal physical illness. Tadao's mother Chiyoko (Sensei Hayashi's student) healed sick people for 65 years with Reiki and for her Reiki is exactly that, meant to heal on all planes, and the physical is no exception.

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Light on the Origins of Reiki

Tadao Yamaguchi (autor) is coming to Sweden in August 2010 and I intend to visit his seminar and get the training and Reiju from him :color:

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Re: Light on the Origins of Reiki

Postby BelieveinUnicorns » Mon Nov 16, 2009 10:58 pm

I hope you like this seminar let us know what you thought of it.
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