Pre-Requisites: Any Reiki II or existing Reiki Teacher/Master
Transition course, if required, is included in the course fee.
Shinpiden is the Japanese word for ‘mystery teachings’. It is aimed at Level II practitioners or established Reiki Teachers who wish to continue their personal journey, a journey that is ongoing long after you complete the Shinpiden course. It is therefore not just about teaching and is even suitable for those who wish to simply develop their personal Reiki practice and occasionally teach those around them.
Self-empowerment is attained in Shinpiden through a strong energetic connection to the source of Reiki. It is also the result of the confidence you will feel as a result of your thorough knowledge of Reiki – how it works, what all the variations on Reiki actually are, where Reiki stands in the world today, the Japanese shirusi (symbols) and jumon (mantras) and their connection to Japanese philosophies and what the origin of Reiki’s spiritual nature is.
One of the major focuses of this course is to tap into the sense that you are, and always were, a great, bright light – this is achieved by working with the fourth shirushi and jumon.
All Shinpiden graduates receive
Following on from your Shinpiden course, there are two FREE optional post-course online trainings you can take part in. One is the Personal Training Program and the other is the Professional Training Program. The personal stream is a pre-requisite to the Professional stream.
Food and accommodation are not included.
Below you will find two different payment options. You can pay this course online in one non-refundable lump sum, or in two non-refundable payments.
For those who have never studied with IHReiki before it is expected that you undertake the online Transitioning to Shinpiden course in addition to your Shinpiden course. This extra course is provided free of charge when you book and pay for your Shinpiden course and will be made available at the Ki Campus.
Also available below are opportunities for our graduate students to pay for their resitting fee.