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In this course, you will learn the basics of 1st and 2nd Degree Reiki. You will have a foundational understanding necessary for self administering its healing principles, learn how to positively respond to stress, how to relax and to accept happiness, learn to pass well-being onto others who share in the respect of healing the whole person with holistic Reiki techniques, the power to heal people who are not around you, and send healing energy anywhere in the world to improve crisis situations.
We will discuss the healing rituals associated with Reiki 1 and representative symbols associated with Reiki ll. Material will touch on the history of Reiki as well as its different Eastern and Western branches, principles that govern the practice of Reiki, and both the basic and more complex philosophies concerning the body's energy and how it impacts the healing process, the creation of sacred settings, cultivating Reiki mastery and walking a Reiki spiritual path.
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Lesson 1. What is Reiki?Experts in Reiki could easily agree that Reiki is a healing art. Reiki involves the same "laying on of hands" as so many practice in all parts of the world for the transference of healing power.
Lesson 2. The History of ReikiIt is clear that Reiki Healing was born in Japan, through the efforts of Mikao Usui, but thankfully it and other similar healing methods have been exported to the world at large.
Lesson 3. Common Sources of Disease in the BodyIn Reiki philosophy, the notion of Disease should first and foremost be reclassified as "Dis-Ease", a state in which the body should be in its natural state of biological 'ease', but isn't.
Lesson 4. Health Issues and How They Respond to ReikiReiki is the simplest of the healing arts; beyond hand positioning and faith in the Ki energy, there is really nothing else to learn. This simplicity is simultaneously Reiki's largest drawback.
Lesson 5. The Five Reiki PrinciplesThe five Reiki principles are principles based on universal truths for daily experiencing a happy and successful life.
Lesson 6. Chakras and Meridians in Your BodyAlthough practitioners of Reiki distance themselves from "religious philosophies," especially in the West, Mikao Usui's personal religious background as a Japanese Buddhist cannot be ignored.
Lesson 7. Colors, Purposes, and Functions Associated with the ChakrasReiki healing energy tends to be absorbed by whatever Chakra needs it the most.
Lesson 8. Choosing a Reiki MasterMany who discover the healing potential of Reiki are naturally fascinated and seek to gain further knowledge of it, even mastery.
Lesson 9. Preparations, Grounding, and MeditationBefore a Reiki session, refrain from smoking, drinking alcohol, or taking drugs. Eating very spicy foods or wearing strong perfume or cologne is inadvisable as they can be distractions.
Lesson 10. Healing YourselfWith Reiki, you can (and should) use healing on yourself whenever possible.
Lesson 11. Learning to Heal OthersA Reiki healing session should take approximately one hour from start to finish, as it includes approximately 17 hand positions requiring three minutes each.
Lesson 12. Group Healing and Special CasesReiki healing can also be performed by a group, as long as all practitioners have First Degree Reiki experience. The original healers of the Hayashi Reiki Center in Japan worked as teams, and still do.
Lesson 13. How Reiki II Differs from Reiki IReiki is a gentle healing system that can help anyone in distress. Reiki can be used as a cure for a multitude of ailments and can also be incorporated into everyday living to lead a happy and peaceful life.
Lesson 14. Second Degree Power Symbol (Cho Ku Rei)Reiki II practitioners are given more tools to heal other people and therefore have more control over energy as compared to Reiki I practitioners.
Lesson 15 Second Degree Harmony Symbol, Sei-He-KiIt is the second symbol in Reiki and is popularly known as the harmony symbol. As the name suggests, this particular nine-stroke symbol is used to bring about harmony and is especially helpful in healing distressed relationships.
Lesson 16. Second Degree Distant Symbol, Hon-Sha-Ze-Sho-NenThe third symbol, HON SHA ZE SHO NEN is crucial if you wish to practice distance healing.
Lesson 17. Drawing Second Degree Reiki SymbolsRight from ancient times, symbols have been used in all cultures to convey a much deeper meaning than what ordinary words would. This is mainly because a symbol is often a combination of several words.
Lesson 18. A Path Of SymbolsThis lesson will include these topics: Use of Symbols in Treatments for Oneself and Others, Reiki Ethics, Reiki Symbols and Attunement. irect healing, Hands on Treatments Using Symbols to Treat Self and Others, Past Life healing with symbols.
Lesson 19. Reiki with Color and CrystalsA complementary therapy, Reiki is used for the healing of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual diseases. Reiki is a "spiritually guided life force energy".
Lesson 20. Becoming A MasterReiki is all things to humanity. It actually is everything that we need at each moment in our life. Reiki is nothing. It is complete emptiness. It is freedom; freedom from pain and suffering.
Lesson 21. Review of Terms.A complementary therapy, Reiki is used for the healing of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual diseases. It has been practiced for thousands of years. In the 1920's Mikao Usui rediscovered and developed Reiki in Japan.
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Learning OutcomesBy successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
- Define what reiki is.
- Summarize the history of reiki.
- Describe common sources of disease in the body.
- Describe health issues and how they respond to reiki.
- Define the five reiki principles.
- Summarize chakras and meridians in your body.
- Describe colors, purposes and functions associated with the chakras.
- Summarize how best to choose a reiki master.
- Summarize preparations, grounding and the male-female ule exercises.
- Describe the processes for healing others using reiki.
- Group Healing and Special Cases
- Describe how reiki II differs from reiki I.
- Describe second degree power symbol (cho-ku-rei).
- Describe second degree harmony symbol (sei-he-ki).
- Describe second degree distant symbol (hon-sha-ze-sho-nen).
- Describe reiki with color and crystals, and
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
|Lesson 1: Reiki and Energy||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 1: What is Reiki?||Exam||15|
|Lesson 2: Historical Background of Reiki||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 2: The History of Reiki||Exam||15|
|Lesson 3: Concept of Diseases in Reiki||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 3: Common Sources of Disease in the Body||Exam||14|
|Lesson 4: Reiki and Diseases||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 4: Health Issues and How They Respond to Reiki||Exam||15|
|Lesson 5: Principles of Reiki||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 5: The Five Reiki Principles||Exam||14|
|Lesson 6: Chakras in Reiki||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 6: Chakras and Meridians in Your Body||Exam||15|
|Lesson 7: Colors Associated with Each Chakra||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 7: Colors, Purposes and Functions Associated with the Chakras||Exam||15|
|Lesson 8: First Degree Reiki||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 8: Choosing a Reiki Master||Exam||13|
|Lesson 9: loving kindness (metta)||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 9: Preparations, Grounding and Meditation||Exam||21|
|Lesson 10: Hand Positions in Self Healing||Assignment||25|
|distance attunement for level 1||Assignment||10|
|Lesson 10: Healing Yourself||Exam||15|
|Lesson 11: Hand Positions on the Front of the Body||Assignment||20|
|Performing Reiki on Others||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 11: Learning to Heal Others||Exam||14|
|Lesson 12: Group Reiki||Assignment||20|
|Reiki 1st Degree Review||Exam||57|
|Lesson 12: Group Healing and Special Cases||Exam||15|
|Lesson 13: The Reiki I and II differences||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 13: How Reiki 11 differs from Reiki 1||Exam||15|
|Lesson 14: Using The Power Symbol||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 14: Second Degree Power Symbol (Cho-Ku-Rei)||Exam||13|
|Lesson 15: The Second Symbol||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 15: Second Degree Harmony Symbol (Sei-He-Ki)||Exam||15|
|Lesson 16: The Third Symbol||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 16: Second Degree Distant Symbol (Hon-Sha-Za-Sho-Nen)||Exam||14|
|Lesson 17: Basic Symbols||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 17: Drawing Second Degree Reiki symbols||Exam||15|
|Lesson 18: Healing||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 18: A Path Of Symbols||Exam||15|
|Lesson 19: Color||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 19: Reiki with Colors||Exam||13|
|Lesson 20: Practicing Reiki||Assignment||20|
|Distance attunement for level 2||Assignment||10|
|Distance healing assignment||Assignment||20|
|Lesson 20: Becoming A Master||Exam||13|
|Lesson 21: Reiki Vocabulary||Assignment||20|
|The Final Assignment||Assignment||25|
|Lesson 21: Review of Terms||Exam||15|
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- The Art of Breathing$50.001.0 CEUs
- Spiritual Counseling$95.001.3 CEUs
- Emotional Healing 101$80.001.0 CEUs
- Relaxation 101$50.001.0 CEUs
- Meditation 101: Learn How to Meditate$55.001.1 CEUs
- Chakras 101$65.001.0 CEUs
- Chakra Clearing$60.001.1 CEUs
- Reiki 1st Degree$90.001.2 CEUs
- Chakra Meditation 101$60.001.1 CEUs
- Reiki Essentials$60.000.3 CEUs
- Reiki Attunements$80.001.1 CEUs
- Reiki 2nd Degree$90.001.0 CEUs
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