REIKI HEALING AND DIPLOMA COURSES - The Usui System of Natural Healing
What is Reiki Healing?
Reiki is the name given to a system of naural healing which originated in ancient Tibet and was rediscovered in the 1870s by a Japanese monk named Mikao Usui. Master Usui developed this system of healing from ancient Tantric Buddhist teachings after many years of study and meditation. He spent the rest of his life practicing and teaching Reiki.
What does Reiki do?
Reiki when activated and applied for the purpose of healing, addresses body, mind and spirit. It accelerates the body's ability to heal physical ailments and opens the mind and spirit to the causes of disease and pain.
What can Reiki treat?
Reiki is helpful in most conditions including chronic ailments and is beneficial in releiving pain and stress.
A treatment may last up to 1 hour and is carried out with the recipient fully clothed, and normally lying on a massage table. The therapist then places his/her hands in different positions on or near the recipient's body. It is a non-threatening therapy, gentle, but powerful and ideal for everyone no matter what their circumstance.
Learning Reiki One
Students are initiated or attuned to the energy by a Reiki Master and are taught a series of techniques for healing themselves, others, animals and plants. Because the energy is drawn through the practitioner, there is very little to learn, so the First degree can be taught in a two day workshop.
Learning Reiki Two
This course is taught at least two months after attending First Degree Reiki and is know as the practitioner's degree. Students learn sacred sounds and symbols which acts as cosmic keys, unlocking specific energies which enhance the healing practices. Advanced tools and techniques are taught which serve to extend the role of the practitioner into both channel and healer. This course is also taught over two days.
This is for those who wish to use Reiki to it's fullest potential. It is taught in two separate modules, Reiki Master Practitioner and then Reiki Master Teacher. Both modules consist of four days tuition held over four months and include a rigorous home study program.
The RMP teaches the Tibetan and Usui Master symbols and how to intergrate these energies into your practice - including a profound empowerment exercise, whilst the RMT covers the attunement process, teaching/training techniques and how to run Reiki Workshops.
Reiki residental diploma courses 1, 2 and 3 are held regularly at Moat Hall. Individual diploma courses can be arranged.