If your interest is in getting back to what was taught in Japan before it hit the West in 1938 and became associated with the new age movement in the 1980s, then this is the course for you!
Usui Reiki Ryoho courses are for beginners or can be picked up at what ever level Reiki you are already practising at present. There is Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for all students wishing to join courses though in some cases it may be appropriate for students to repeat a certain level (depending on their prior studies).
The difference between the Usui Reiki Ryoho courses and regular Western Reiki courses is that the initiation process, course information and techniques taught stem directly from Japan rather than via the West. The teachings also have a different focus than Western forms of the system of Reiki. The focus is on personal development and spirituality.
The Shoden (Level1) and Okuden (Level2) courses consists of minimum of 12 training hours each, and a minimum of 24 training hours for Shinpiden (Master Level). Courses run over a 6 week period, in the case of Shoden and Okuden, or 12 weeks, in the case of Shipiden, and are held in the evenings. Lessons start at 19:00 and finish around 21:00. Students are encouraged to work with the energy and to practice the techniques learned. Students are also welcome to contact me at any time during the course or after the course should they need guidance, clarity or advice.
There are three levels to Usui Reiki Ryoho:
Shoden (R1800): Level 1 - for treating the self, family and friends.
Okuden (R1800): Level 2 - for practitioners who wish to offer professional treatments.
Shinpiden (R4800): Master Level - for practitioners who wish to know it all or who want to teach Reiki.
*** The Ten Week Reiki Journey for Reiki Masters is meant only for Reiki Master Practitioners and Teachers of all major branches of Reiki, not limited to Usui Reiki Ryoho. This course has been developed for the Reiki Master who wants to get back to the roots of Traditional Japanese Reiki.
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