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Reiki

Reiki


The Energy Healing Institute teaches personal one on one certification classes for Reiki I, Reiki II, and Reiki III. In these trying times we would like to offer cutting edge training that will separate you from the rest and spark up your resume when job hunting. We want people to understand how to become in line with the universe, know how to heal themselves and others, and embody the purity of spirit that Reiki Masters can understand how to achieve….

Man’s behavior toward mother earth has created a state of dangerous imbalance. Aligning your consciousness with the universe will help spread the positive energy vibration needed to overcome the situation mankind faces. That is why we are offering this comprehensive course. The more people become attuned to higher understanding the more we as energy beings can create a more balanced and loving planet.

Please join us in this quest!!!




What is Reiki?


Introduction

Reiki is a healing practice that originated in Japan. Reiki practitioners place their hands lightly on or just above the person receiving treatment, with the goal of facilitating the person's own healing response. In the United States, Reiki is part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).

Key Points

* People use Reiki to promote overall health and well-being. Reiki is also used by people who are seeking relief from disease-related symptoms and the side effects of conventional medical treatments.
* Reiki has historically been practiced as a form of self-care. Increasingly, it is also provided by health care professionals in a variety of clinical settings.
* People do not need a special background to learn how to perform Reiki.

History

The word "Reiki" is derived from two Japanese words: rei, or universal, and ki, or life energy. Current Reiki practice can be traced to the spiritual teachings of Mikao Usui in Japan during the early 20th century. Usui's teachings included meditative techniques and healing practices.

One of Usui's students, Chujiro Hayashi, further developed the healing practices, placing less emphasis on the meditative techniques. An American named Hawayo Takata learned Reiki from Hayashi in Japan and introduced it to Western cultures in the late 1930s.

The type of Reiki practiced and taught by Hayashi and Takata may be considered traditional Reiki. Numerous variations (or schools) of Reiki have since been developed and are currently practiced.

Master Usui's Five Reiki Principles:

1.- Just for today, do not worry

2.- Just for today, do not anger

3.- Honor your parents, teachers and elders

4.- Earn your living honestly

5.- Show gratitude to everything


Practice

Reiki is based on the idea that there is a universal (or source) energy that supports the body's innate healing abilities. Practitioners seek to access this energy, allowing it to flow to the body and facilitate healing.

Although generally practiced as a form of self-care, Reiki can be received from someone else and is offered in a variety of health care settings, including medical offices, hospitals, and clinics. It can be practiced on its own or along with other therapies or conventional medical treatments.


In a Reiki session, the client lies down or sits comfortably, fully clothed. The practitioner's hands are placed lightly on or just above the client's body, palms down, using a series of 12 to 15 different hand positions. Each position is held for about 2 to 5 minutes, or until the practitioner feels that the flow of energy—experienced as sensations such as heat or tingling in the hands—has slowed or stopped. The number of sessions depends on the health needs of the client. Typically, the practitioner delivers at least five sessions of 45 to 90 minutes each. The duration of Reiki sessions may be shorter in certain health care settings (for example, during surgery).


Practitioners with appropriate training may perform Reiki from a distance, that is, on clients who are not physically present in the office or clinic.

Uses

A 2002 national survey by the National Center for Health Statistics and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) on adult Americans' use of CAM found that 1.1 percent of the more than 31,000 participants had ever used Reiki for health purposes. Adjusted to nationally representative numbers, this percentage means that at the time of the survey, more than 2.2 million adults in the United States had ever used Reiki.

People use Reiki for relaxation, stress reduction, and symptom relief, in efforts to improve overall health and well-being.

Reiki has been used by people with anxiety, chronic pain, HIV/AIDS, and other health conditions, as well as by people recovering from surgery or experiencing side effects from cancer treatments. Reiki has also been given to people who are dying (and to their families and caregivers) to help impart a sense of peace.

Effects and Safety                                                                            

Clients may experience a deep state of relaxation during a Reiki session. They might also feel warm, tingly, sleepy, or refreshed.

Training, Licensing, and Certification

No special background or credentials are needed to receive training. However, Reiki must be learned from an experienced teacher or a Master; it cannot be self-taught. The specific techniques taught can vary greatly.


Reiki I, II, and Master III Level Certification Courses

Training in traditional Reiki has three degrees (levels), each focusing on a different aspect of practice. Each degree includes one or more initiations (also called attunements or empowerment). Receiving an initiation is believed to activate the ability to access Reiki energy. Training for first and second-degree practice is typically given in 8 to 12 class hours over about 2 days. In first-degree training, students learn to perform Reiki on themselves and on others. In second-degree training, students learn to perform Reiki on others from a distance. Some students seek master-level (third-degree) training. A Reiki Master can teach and initiate students.


You will learn simple, effective techniques for healing yourself and others. You will learn Reiki symbols, how to perform effective distance healing, and how to become more aware of your own intuition, energy levels and personal space. This gives you a strong foundation of knowing yourself, which is an essential first step to becoming a powerful healer. This class offers several psychic "tools" for:

Removing energy blocks in your body and clearing pain

o Healing yourself
o Grounding to feel safe while you are opening up psychically
o Renewing and replenishing your energy
o Healing others
o Discovering you own Reiki guides. (Everyone has at least one!)

Prerequisites: None
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Material covered:

Reiki I:

Introduction and intention

An explanation and history of Reiki

Reiki principals and ethics

Instruction in self healing

Instruction for healing others

Meditation

Attunement

Course Fee $300.00


Reiki II:

Introduction and intention

Chakras

Chakra meditation

Aura and Energy Fields

The Reiki Symbols

Distance Healing

Attunement

Course Fee: $500.00



Reiki III

Introduction and intention

The Master Symbol

The Attunement Symbol

Meditation

Attunement practice

Advanced Healing Techniques

Course Fee $700.00



Included in your Reiki I, II, and III workshop price will be your manual, Reiki textbook, a beautiful pendulum, and a special gift. You will also receive certificates for all 3 levels.

***If you are interested in sponsoring a program, please check out our Sponsorship tab for details. See the requirements to sponsor a program in exchange for your tuition.



Disclaimer: The services and information offered on this web site are intended for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure disease. The statements on this web site have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration. If you have a medical problem, see a licensed physician. 
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