Category Archives: Reiki

Gassho Meditation

  SSimplify Gassho Reiki Meditation Talking to another practitioner the other I learned that a lot of the level one Reiki student in the west practices a simpler form of Gassho for 21 days after their attunement. They even use background music and Reiki related mantras. So for the purpose of being thorough and providing…
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Reiki Meditation

Reiki a spiritual practice Reiki is not only a healing art but also a spiritual practice. As such like any spiritual practice meditation is an integral part of this modality. It is documented that Usui sensei introduced the meditation known as HATSUREI HO, literally translated as Method to invoke Spirit. It is highly recommended that…
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The Five Reiki Principles

The 5 Reiki Principles by Dr. Mikao Usui

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Mikao Usui Sensei founded Reiki on those 5 precepts

The English may not be grammatically correct as it is a close translation from Japanese.

1 – Just for today, I will not be angry.

Anger at others or oneself or at the whole world, creates serious blockages in one’s energy.  It is the most complex inner enemy.  Reiki is an excellent tool to remove anger blockages which have accumulated in the body.  Letting go of anger brings peace into the mind.

2 – Just for today, I will not worry.

Endless worries may fill one’s head, and each one bores a small hole in one’s body and soul.   Letting go of worry, brings healing to the body.

3 – Just for today, I will be grateful.

Be grateful from your heart.  Inner intention is the important element of this principle.  Simple things as thanks, forgiveness, smile, good words, gratitude can improve others life and make them happy.   Being thankful brings joy into the spirit.

4 – Just for today, I will do my work honestly.

Support yourself and your family respectably, without harming others.

5 – Just for today, I will be kind to every living thing.

Honor your parents, honor your teachers, honor your elders.   Being kind brings love into the world.

Video

The video gives us the correct pronunciation of each principle in Japanese by a native speaker.

The 5 reiki principles by Dr. Mikao Usi

 

Mikao Usui Sensei founded Reiki on those 5 precepts

The English may not be grammatically correct as it is a close translation from Japanese.

1 – Just for today, I will not be angry. Anger at others or oneself or at the whole world, creates serious blockages in one’s energy.  It is the most complex inner enemy.  Reiki is an excellent tool to remove anger blockages which have accumulated in the body.  Letting go of anger brings peace into the mind.

2 – Just for today, I will not worry. Endless worries may fill one’s head, and each one bores a small hole in one’s body and soul.   Letting go of worry, brings healing to the body.

3 – Just for today, I will be grateful. Be grateful from your heart.  Inner intention is the important element of this principle.  Simple things as thanks, forgiveness, smile, good words, gratitude can improve others life and make them happy.   Being thankful brings joy into the spirit.

4 – Just for today, I will do my work honestly. Support yourself and your family respectably, without harming others.

5 – Just for today, I will be kind to every living thing. Honor your parents, honor your teachers, honor your elders.   Being kind brings love into the world.

Video

The video gives us the correct pronunciation of each principle in Japanese by a native speaker.

Reiki Practitioner – How do I find one?

“A practitioner of any spiritual path must have complete confidence that his adopted path is, for him, superior to all others.” _ Prem Prakash, The Yoga of Spiritual Devotion A Modern Translation of the Narada Bhakti Sutras Who can perform Reiki? Reiki can be administered by someone who has been at least trained Reiki level two…
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