Jikiden Reiki® (直傳靈氣®）
Reiki is a hand-on energetic healing to revitalize your vital force to cure yourself. Today Reiki is popular and practiced by millions of people all over the world. It is originated in Japan by Mikao Usui in 1922 but through spreading in the western societies, many factors were added and changed and thus the original was lost. When everyone beleived there was no more successor of Mikao Usui (臼井 甕男)--Chujiro Hayashi (林 忠次郎) lienage, the existence of Chiyoko Yamaguchi (山口 千代子) was found by chance. She was taught directly from Chujiro Hayashi at her age of 17 and had been practicing it for years only for her families and friends until she was found in the late 1990s. Through her, the essence of Reiki was revived once again.
"Jikiden" means "directly passed (from Chujiro Hayashi)" in Japanese. Thus Jikiden Reiki® has a paramount purpose that we are owe to pass the exact original Reiki to you, not adding any colors by our interpretations in order to protect the original therapeutic essence of Reiki.
I became the first Japanese Jikiden Reiki Shihan (teacher) in Germany in 2014. For me Jikiden Reiki is the basis of every session and thus cannot go without it. As a dowser, Jikiden Reiki® helps me most.
Jikiden Reiki® can be offered when you are contraindicated in Rolfing® because of your physical conditions. From my experiences, Jikiden Reiki® is most useful to treat visceral disorders.
I lead Jikiden Reiki® seminars to certify you as a practitioner. My seminar is based on my years of studying homeopathy and oriental medicines. I teach you what illness is, how important flowing of Qi (氣) is, law of cure, and practical methods using Jikiden Reiki® as your reliable first aid treatment at home.
The seminar usualy takes place on weekends from Friday afternoon to Sunday evening at Bleibiskopfstr.61 Oberursel 61440, and costs 700 €.
The seminar is led in Japanese or English. After finishing it, I will issue an official certificate to you.
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For request of a seminar, please contact me.