Reiki I Reiki II Reiki Master Reiki for Children



Reiki is a Japanese word and means universal life force energy.  In the spring of 1922 a Japanese Buddhist, Dr. Mikao Usui, received his initiation through a mystical experience after a 21-day period of meditation and fasting.  Reiki was brought to the United States in 1938 by Mrs. Hawayo Takata, who in her over 40 years of teaching practice initiated 22 Reiki Masters.  Since that time Reiki has spread and is practiced by countless people worldwide.

Reiki is generally understood as an alternative healing method characterized by the laying-on-of-hands.  But Reiki is far more than that.  Reiki is a spiritual discipline and the integration of the Reiki Principles as well as a diligent daily practice inevitably leads to a gentle, yet powerful and unstoppable self-healing process which usually brings improved health and harmony on every level of being:  mind, body,, and soul.

After attunement to Reiki the practitioner can channel this energy to him- or herself, to other persons, animals, plants, objects, or even to difficult or challenging everyday situations.

Reiki energy has a tremendously relaxing effect, allowing the release of stagnant energy and the activation of innate self-healing powers.

Reiki does not replace the visit to the doctor, but does provide an excellent supplement and enhancement to any form of medical treatment, often leading to speedier results with less complications or side-effects.  Reiki also provides immediate and effective relief of everyday stress be it in the office, at school, or at home.

Imrpessum & Datenschutz