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REiki & Seichem level 1 and The violet flame

Learn how to do Reiki on yourself, family and friends. The First Degree - concentrates on physical healing and self-healing. Cleansing and healing ourselves is the chief exercise before we do the highest work for others. This Reiki level and Attunement turns the power on. It’s like unlocking your light box and lifting the lid just a little bit. This degree opens the student to the concepts of utilizing Reiki for our animals, our friends, food, plants, our homes, our work places and our own physical bodies. Reiki energy is for the good of all, not just for humans. The student receives the first Attunement. Reiki continues to spread even now at unbelievable rates. Mikao Usui introduced Reiki in the late 1800’ s, but other sources have been found that suggest that the Reiki symbols are contained in the most ancient written texts originating from Tibet, Japan and India. (you will learn these symbols in the second-degree and learn why these symbols are so valuable and what they do). Reiki began with a man named Mikao Usui. He was born in Japan in 1864 and died in 1926. It is believed that he was a Christian monk, but in Japan there is no evidence of that. If anything, he seemed to be swayed by Buddhism and Qigong. He was a businessman and no longer pleased with his life and his failed business. Usui asked for something more important in life than worldly possessions when he was meditating. Usui had to undergo a near fatal three-week fasting meditation before he received the healing empowerment of the system. On the 21st day of his meditation, energy rushed through the top of his head, Usui had a flash of insight or what might be known as enlightenment. It is stated, that Reiki began in Japan at that point. Mikao Usui first used Reiki on himself and his family. After experiencing positive healing results from the Reiki treatments, in 1921 he founded a Reiki Clinic in Japan. He believed that he had something which would touch the lives of others.
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