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What is reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.

The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy."

A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security and wellbeing. Many have reported miraculous results.

Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect. It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery. Reiki is now being used in hospitals.

Normally you would be in the restorative yoga poses then summer would come around to every one of you to give reiki healing on your body. Summer is also a clairvoyant so she understands and knows what needs healing at the time for your body. Due to the pracademic at the moment summer can not come two metres away from you. but we do something called circle reiki. Where you are still getting benefits. 

Let's see what benefits you get from reiki and where it come from.

Health Benefits. 

Helps the body release stress and tension

Promotes natural balance between mind, body and spirit

Compliments medical treatment & other therapies

Creates deep relaxation.

Supports the physical body healing

Accelerates The Body’s Self-Healing Ability.

Helps relieve pain. 

Cleanses Body of Toxins and Supports Immune System

Remove negative blocks

HISTORY OF REIKI. 

The Founder of Reiki

The history of Usui Reiki begins with its founder, Dr. Mikao Usui. Sometimes called the Usui Sensei, Dr. Mikao Usui was born to a wealthy Buddhist family in 1865. Dr. Usui’s family was able to give their son a well-rounded education for the time. As a child, Dr. Usui studied in a Buddhist monastery where he was taught martial arts, swordsmanship, and the Japanese form of Chi Kung, known as Kiko.

Throughout his education, Dr. Usui had an interest in medicine, psychology and theology. It was this interest that prompted him to seek a way to heal himself and others using the laying on of hands. It was his desire to find a method of healing that was unattached to any specific religion and religious belief, so that his system would be accessible to everyone.

Dr. Usui traveled a great deal during his lifetime. He studied healing systems of all types and held different professions including reporter, secretary, missionary, public servant and guard. Finally, he became a Buddhist priest/monk and lived in a monastery.

2nd lineage the succesful buisness man.

Mikao Usui, or Usui Sensei as he is called by Reiki students in Japan, was born August 15, 1865 in the village of Taniai in the Yamagata district of Gifu prefecture, which is located near present-day Nagoya, Japan.(4

He had an avid interest in learning and worked hard at his studies. As he grew older, he traveled to Europe and China to further his education. His curriculum included medicine, psychology and religion as well as the art of divination, which Asians have long considered to be a worthy skill.(5) Usui Sensei also became a member of the Rei Jyutu Ka, a metaphysical group dedicated to developing psychic abilities.(6) He had many jobs including civil servant, company employee and journalist, and he helped rehabilitate prisoners.(7) Eventually he became the secretary to Shinpei Goto, head of the department of health and welfare who later became the mayor of Tokyo. The connections Usui Sensei made at this job helped him to also become a successful businessman.(8)

3rd lineage the hero.

Before his passing, Chujiro Hayashi Sensei to open his own Reiki clinic and to expand and develop Reiki Ryoho based on his previous experience as a medical doctor in the Navy. Motivated by this request, Hayashi Sensei started a school and clinic called Hayashi Reiki Kenkyukai (Institute). After Usui Sensei’s passing he left the Gakkai.(25)

At his clinic, which was located in Tokyo, he kept careful records of all the illnesses and conditions of his Reiki patients. He also kept records of which Reiki hand positions worked best to treat each illness and condition. Based on these records he created the Reiki Ryoho Shinshin (Guidelines for Reiki Healing Method).(26) This healing guide was part of a class manual he gave to his students. The handbook was to be used only if the practitioner was not able to use Byosen scanning to find the best hand positions to use. Many of his students received their Reiki training in return for working in his clinic.(27)

Because of his trip to Hawaii in 1937–38 prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, he was asked by the Japanese military to provide information about the location of warehouses and other military targets in Honolulu. He refused to do so and was declared a traitor. This caused him to “lose face,” which meant he and his family would be disgraced and would be ostracized from Japanese society. The only solution was seppuku (ritual suicide), which he carried out. He died honorably on May 11, 1940.(30)

After this, Hayashi Sensei’s wife Chie Hayashi took over his clinic and ran it for some years, but eventually she retired; with no one to take over this position, the clinic came to an end. It is likely that some of Hayashi Sensei’s students continued to teach but most of these have also passed on. In 1999 it was discovered that Chiyoko Yamaguchi Sensei, a Shinpiden or Master student of Hayashi Sensei, was still alive and practicing. She was encouraged to teach and began doing so. 

Summer became a reiki practitioner in 2013 after Summers buddhist nun teacher Lama kelsang was explaining reiki to summer. Reiki has had a very big impact on summers life. From healing her daughter that has genitic disease being told she wouldn't be able to see, walk,or talk summer heals her daughter every night her daughter has no medical illnesses,she is very happy and loving girl and see can see,walk and talk. Summer also has healed herself after dying again through another labour and coming back round with a very seroius illnesses. Summer also has reiki herself every monday night with a private practionor that has a high level masters then summer. 

Summer says " I coudn't live without Reiki , I give it to the whole world! I even have a dog called reiki! Reiki has change me entire life. I dont like to think what happened if i didnt know reiki. 

when I was in hospital last time after 2 emergancy operations in 2 days i was told I would be in hospital for 3 months! I was only in there half the time as I was self healing with reiki.

I told my consultant and I thought she would look at me nuts! But she said i understand and heard alot about reiki keep doing it!!"

Going forward to 2020 Reiki is now in hospitals around the world from physio therpy to cancer departments and intense care units. Reiki has never been as so important to us now. Even aminal lovers are using using reiki for pets and wild animals. In the uk we have over 40 hospitals with reiki healers inculding Great ormand street and St Georges. All down to the thank you to https://www.reikifed.co.uk/2018/06/14/reiki-in-hospitals/

Summer and her dog called reiki. 

Reiki will be training to be a hospital dog when she is older for comfort with children and adults. 

Every reiki practitioner have to follow these rules every day and night. 

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