Reiki Ryoho I, II and Mastery Certification
$60 $10 until 03/31/2023
As soon as we get the payment, we will send you an email with the course access
What you’ll learn
- The student will become a Reiki Therapist at the three levels I, II and Mastery
- Will learn Sacred Geometry
- Will perform Magic with Crystals
- Will be able to Remove Chips and Implants
- Will know Master Mikao Usui’s Original Meditation
- Will know the Chakras and the Energy System
- Will apply Reiki at Distance
- These courses are not influenced by any theosophical or new age schools. We are free thinkers, so it is important that the student is open-minded.
- We recommend having basic knowledge about chakras, aura and energetic definitions.
- The tutor is not a native english speaker, we appreciate your patience
The course of Reiki Ryoho contains all modules, including all symbols, the concepts of Original Reiki and at the end of the course, the student will be qualified to be a Reiki therapist.
At Level I, we will have the concept of traditional Reiki, we will see the difference between free symbol and egregor symbol, we will study the first symbol, Chokurei and we will also see the flower of life, which represents cosmic DNA. There is also a class to demystify Reiki and get to know its true essence.
There is a step-by-step video for applying Reiki to a patient and for self-application.
At Level II, we will have the second symbol, the Seiheki, and the third symbol, the Honshazeshonen, and we will also see the basic concepts of Sacred Geometry, working them as free symbols, which, unlike the egregor symbol, do not condition, enslave or steal the therapist’s energy.
The student will learn at this level the application at distance and the use of the powerful crystal mandala.
In the master’s degree, we will see the fourth symbol Daikomyo, and the fifth symbol Raku, as well as learn how to remove chips and implants and limiting programs to liberate us and be complete beings and great therapists.
Students will receive the certification at the end of the course both in theory and in practice and they will always have the support and tutoring from Instructor Karen Prieto.
Who this course is for
- Holistic therapists or people who wish to become therapists
- People who desire self-awareness
10 benefits of Reiki - What is the reiki for?
1. Reduces stress; generates balance and well-being in an integral way.
2. Harmonizes, energizes, stabilizes, relaxes (physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually)
3. Accelerates the body’s natural ability to self-heal (illness, emotions, and pain)
4. It improves the function and physiological performance of cells and organs.
5. Increase mental clarity and concentration to study and/or work.
6. Improve self-esteem.
7. Mentally and emotionally prepares for surgical acts (before and after operations)
8. It is an aid in the treatment to reduce migraines, depression, menstrual pain, and constipation.
9. As well as in eating disorders: bulimia and anorexia.
10. It can be used to heal plants and/or animals.
Throughout our life there are internal blockages that hinder the circulation of energy, so sometimes we feel out of harmony.
When our vital energy (Ki) is strong, we are physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually healthy. When our vital energy is at a very low level, we can become unbalanced or ill in various ways. One of the ways we can replenish our Life Force is by using Reiki.
Reiki is a Holistic technique since it harmonizes and unlocks all the planes of the human being, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. It does not harm the body in any way and it does not create addiction or secondary or collateral effects since chemical substances or elements foreign to the body are not used, but only the life energy that is present in every living being.
To access Reiki it is not necessary to be sick, anyone who feels that “there is something else” and does not know what, and does not find much meaning in the things they do in their daily life, can find their reason for being and be in this life through Reiki.
Through this method, we make our body become healthier, thinking becomes calmer and we increase the joy of living.
Revival of the original Japanese Reiki
From the late 1990s, information on Japanese reiki began to appear from several sources.
Hiroshi Doi, in his book: A modern reiki method for healing, published in 1998, started to reveal some information about the Japanese reiki, but much of the knowledge he couldn’t share since he was not allowed to reveal any technical detail. Despite the limitations, many western reiki practitioners were enlightened by his book.
Frank Arjava Petter published: The original reiki handbook of Dr. Mikao Usui, in 1999, which was the translation of a small handbook edited by the Usui Gakkai in Japan.
The original Usui Reiki handbook had been passed down in the Gakkai, but not known to the general public until Petter revealed it in his book. In fact, this was the first genuine Japanese reiki literature to become public. The book disclosed some techniques of the traditional Usui Reiki system and its philosophy.
A definitive change occurred in 1999 when Chiyoko Yamaguchi and her son Tadao Yamaguchi started teaching Japanese Reiki under the name of Jikiden Reiki (Directly taught reiki). Chiyoko and her many relatives learned reiki directly from Chujiro Hayashi in the 1030s and had been using Reiki since that time.
The difference between Chiyoko and Hawayo Takata (both disciples from Hayashi) is that Takata mixed the technique with new-age techniques (western reiki), but Chiyoko kept the traditional knowledge.
By chance, Chiyoko discovered that western reiki was becoming popular in Japan and she resolved to teach Japanese reiki in order to give people access to the original reiki.
Jikiden reiki allows anyone to learn Japanese reiki, completely free from postwar and new-age western influence. It is the first time since the war that Japanese reiki has become fully available to the public.
If the western reiki mixed the traditional reiki with other cultural techniques (like the chakras from India) is good or bad, it is up to you to judge!
But the point that is important to highlight is that despite Takata’s mixed western reiki being better or worse than Japanese reiki, it should not be identified under the name of “traditional Usui reiki”, since it is not following the true traditions of Usui Sensei.
If Takata implemented the $10.000 Dai ko myo chakra attunement to the reiki practice is good or not, we must clarify that this attunement is not part of the traditional Japanese Reiki and that we should have more respect for the Usui Sensei original technique.