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Buy from our Reiki Teleclass and Webclass Backlog

From healing to death to abundance and so much more. If you’re interested in taking one of the past teleclasses or webclasses we have held over the last couple of years, then you’re in luck.
They are now available at a very discounted price.
You can buy them directly through paypal and then we will manually give you access to our student website, the Ki Campus, where you will be able to listen or watch the classes and also join in the course forums.
ENJOY!

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Get a Reiki Play Day for Free

Book in to any upcoming Shinpiden Reiki III in the USA over the next 7 days and we’ll give you the one-day Reiki Play Day for FREE.

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Mikao Usui - A Buddhist?!

As was common in his time, Mikao Usui had different names - to learn more, see the blog link below this article - and one of them is his 戒名 kaimyo name. Kaimyo is a posthumous name or an ordination name which a person gets when he receives the Buddhist precepts.

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Reiki Insights

Read what people have to say about Frans Stiene’s new book Reiki Insights, due out later this year:
In this wonderful book, Frans Stiene addresses ancient wisdom and meditation tradition in a very practical way to bring it to the modern world. It conveys a beneficial, heartwarming, and transformative experience, and will create happiness and joy for those who read it. - Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche, author of Our Pristine Mind

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Chanting for Life

Imagine there was a way to calm your mind, express your true self and celebrate the gift of life with others, all at the same time. If you are a Reiki practitioner you may recognize this as one way to describe founder Mikao Usui’s ideal of “being Reiki”. This is also a way to describe the benefits of chanting. There is a reason for this parallel.

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Tenohira Ryoho by Mitsui Koshi

The below photos are from the book Tenohira Ryoho (Hands-on treatment) by Mitsui Koshi. Mitsui Koshi (1883-1953) was a Japanese literate, poet, philosopher and activist. Born in Yamanashi Prefecture and graduated from Tokyo University. He is said to be responsible for systematizing the “Tenohira Ryoho” (Hands-on Treatment) that was established by Eguchi Toshihiro who was a friend and student of Mikao Usui.

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Being Here and Now

The precepts seem simple but I’m amazed by the deeper layers one can discover with practice. After our marathon chanting I had two discoveries…

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Reiki Kototama

Traditionally within Mikao Usui’s Okuden Reiki II and Shinpiden Reiki III teachings, there are kototama. In reality they are the mantras, but they are chanted in a specific way.

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