Reiki And Japan

Author: Masaki Nishina
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545392898
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Have you ever wondered just how different Western and Japanese Reiki are? And why they became so different? This book looks at the culture and history behind Japanese Reiki and how it evolved as it journeyed through the West. Masaki Nishina teaches both Western and Japanese Reiki in Japan and from his years of experience provides deep insights into the truth about Reiki. In this book you will discover: (1)How Japanese historical events influenced Reiki, (2)How Reiki compares to other healing therapies of the time, (3)How the survival of Reiki was threatened after the war, (4)What changes Western culture made to Reiki, (5)The detailed differences between Western and Japanese Reiki, (6)How Reiki is deeply rooted in Japanese culture and Shinto, and (7)What we can all learn from that ancient culture. In addition, you can understand why DKM did/does not exist in Japanese Reiki both technically and culturally. If you're wanting to deepen your understanding of Japanese and Western Reiki, or if you're simply wanting to know more about the culture that gave birth to Reiki, this book is for you.

Reiki For Life

Author: Penelope Quest
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405512253
Size: 38.21 MB
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Reiki for Life is the definitive guide to the practice of Reiki techniques for both the beginner and the more experienced Reiki practitioner. Penelope Quest, a leading expert with a wealth of experience as a Reiki Master and former Vice-Chairman and Education Co-ordinator for the UK Reiki Federation, tells you everything you need to know. Whether you want to recap on the basic Reiki routines, follow detailed instruction on First and Second Degree techniques, discover how to use Reiki for spiritual growth or find out how to become a Reiki Master, this is the book for you. This classic text, used by teacher and student alike, has now been fully updated and expanded to include even more illustrations to help guide you through each level of Reiki plus the very latest on developments in Reiki training in the West, how the mind-body connection works, the Japanese tradition of Reiki and the legal requirements for Reiki practitioners.

The Spirit Of Reiki

Author: Walter Lubeck
Publisher: Lotus Press
ISBN: 9780914955672
Size: 34.39 MB
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This is a handbook that reports on all of the major aspects of Reiki in a concentrated and extensive manner, including the latest information, developments and traditional knowledge. Beginning with definitions of Reiki associations, traditions, and representatives like Usui, Hayashi, Takata, and many others, and teaching methods, application techniques, and symbols like the Reiki Kanji, it covers a large variety of themes-even the latest rediscovery of Japanese healing techniques.

Reiki

Author: Frank Arjava Petter
Publisher: Lotus Press
ISBN: 9780914955566
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Rediscovered documents on the origins and developments of the Reiki system, as well as new aspects of the Reiki energy.

Reiki For Beginners

Author: David Vennells
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738723932
Size: 30.42 MB
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Millions of people worldwide have already benefited from the healing practice of Reiki. With the help of this introductory Reiki book, you can learn the basic principles of this simple, yet profound system for healing and spiritual growth that works on an energetic level. Make the most of Reiki from a practical point of view as you explore its spiritual essence: Heal yourself and others physically, mentally, and emotionally Develop compassion and wisdom Heal plants and animals Resolve relationship issues at work or home Complement and strengthen other therapies Send healing energy to local or world situations such as war, natural disasters, crime, or poverty Be blessed, guided, and protected Winner of the Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Alternative Health Book

Reiki

Author: Jojan Jonker
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 9783643907288
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Jojan Jonker reconstructs the spirituality of a Japanese spiritual healing practice of the 1920s, Reiki, and places this in the Japanese socio-cultural context. Next he describes the development of this spirituality during its migration to North America (1930s) and eventually to the Netherlands (1980s). He argues that many elements of a spirituality belong to the practitioners' natural habitat and do not migrate with a given practice to other places with different socio-cultural backgrounds, and consequently the spirituality changes. Surprisingly enough, Western esoteric traditions influenced both the inception of Reiki in Japan and the spread of Reiki in the West. This study places Reiki in context and contributes to academic knowledge about spiritual practices, as well as to the insight of changes in the field of religions, spiritual practices and world views. Jojan Jonker (1956) is Reiki Master and a retired ICT consultant. (Series: Nijmegen Buddhist and Asian Studies - Vol. 3) [Subject: Religious Studies, Sociology, History, Alternative Medicine]~

Reiki Systems Of The World

Author: Oliver Klatt
Publisher: Lotus Press
ISBN: 0914955799
Size: 53.89 MB
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Reiki Systems of the World provides an overview of the development of the Reiki system of healing and the path it has taken in the course of its dissemination and continuous development throughout the world. It is an authentic work, woven together through personal encounters and mutual experiences with the leading Reiki Masters of the world including contributions by Don Alexander, Phyllis Lei Furumoto, Walter Luebeck, Paul David Mitchell, Frank Arjava Petter, William Lee Rand and others.