Archives for Reiki Levels

Reiki Level 2 Training: What to expect and how to prepare

How to Learn Reiki Level 2: Reiki has 3 levels: 1, 2 & 3.  Reiki level 2 (the subject of this post), is a more advanced level, where the student learns amongst other things, to harness more Reiki energy and distance healing. Where to Start? The only criteria for learning Reiki Level 2 is to have studied Reiki Level 1.   You should not do Reiki Level 2 without having first done level 1. As mentioned in Reiki Level 1 Training: What to expect and how to prepare, you’ll find plenty of resources offering to teach any level of Reiki. This might be through reading a book, receiving a
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Reiki Level 1 Training: What to expect and how to prepare

How to Learn Reiki Level 1: Reiki has 3 levels: 1, 2 & 3.  Reiki level 1 (the subject of this post), is the basic level.  Even at this level, you have life-long access to Reiki energy and the ability to use Reiki energy to heal yourself and others. Where to Start? The traditional way to learn Reiki is to seek the help of a Reiki master.  Searching the Internet, you’ll find plenty of resources offering to teach any level of Reiki. This might be through reading a book, receiving a Level 1,2 or 3 attunement via a YouTube video
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Connect with Reiki energy – How to do it

Establishing a link with Reiki is not, strictly speaking, meditation, but it is an important process to learn, after receiving the Reiki level 1 attunement. In fact, how to connect with Reiki is a question that many have when starting to study Reiki.  It helps to make the connection to Reiki and ready yourself for channeling the energy. For instance, it may be done before giving Reiki treatment (or to self) or using Reiki for any other purpose. Connect with Reiki Energy   Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths to calm the body and mind. Raise your hands above the head,
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Hatsurei-ho: What it is and, how to do it

Hatsurei-ho, taught during USUI Reiki Level 2, is perhaps the most important of Reiki meditations.  It is intended as a form of self-training and includes elements of meditation.  There are seven stages to this meditation, but don’t let that put you off, it is easy to learn and very comfortable to perform. Perform Hatsurei-ho every day, and you’ll soon feel great benefits to your mental and spiritual self.  Achieve higher levels of healing and enlightenment through regular practice. Start Hatsurei-ho Adopt the Sieza meditation position, which is kneeling with a straight back and palms resting on the thighs. Kneeling may not be
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