Posts Tagged ‘Reiki’

  • Reiki heals on all levels, physically, mentally and spiritually, and supports the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
    • All you need is the desire to heal and be healed.
  • All the universe has come from love, and to love all things return. For from joy all beings have come, by joy they all live, and unto joy they all return. – The Taittiriya Upanishad
  • To experience Reiki is to experience the communication of love from the Universe to all beings.
    • The origin of Reiki is the same loving Universe that gives us breath each second.
    • Reiki invites us to open up to this great love, trusting it and allowing it to flow through us.
  • There is a light that shines beyond all things on earth, beyond us all, beyond the heavens, beyond the highest, the very highest heavens, this is the light that shines in our heart. – The Chandogya Upanishad
  • Reiki shows up the happiness we can feel by living in harmony with the laws of the Universe.
    • Love, if you want to be loved; give willingly and you will receive many times.
  • Reiki’s story has symbolic value – above all, it tells of a quest from the heart.
  • The human mind is great at separating…
  • Live in the world like Water on a lotus leaf. – Yogaswami
  • During all attunement, the Usui Reiki symbols are used to open the chakras and allow the person to become a Reiki channel.
  • The Usui distant healing symbol proves times and again that there is more to space and time than our current concepts of physics allow.
  • A true request to the Universe always gains a response, so have faith.
  • The way is beyond language – For in it there is no yesterday, no tomorrow, no today. – Third Zen Patriarch
  • The desire to become a Reiki master signifies trust in the Universe, and the underlying wish to shed the constrictions of the ego gently and with as little conflict and as much love and acceptance of oneself and others as possible.
  • We need to stop separating parts of our bodies into sexual and non-sexual…
  • We are not always as comfortable about receiving things as we are about giving them.
    • Many of us hold the belief deep down that we are not worth it and don’t deserve it.
  • Allow your imagination to create your own reality.
  • Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, grass grows. – Osho
  • Two conditions must occur before healing can take place.
    • There must be a shift in consciousness of the recipient – he/she must want to heal and must assist in that process by having an open mind.
    • There must be an appropriate exchange so that both are participating in the experience.
  • Just sharing the intention and vision to heal means that the consciousness of the planet is transformed, because we are creating our own mass consciousness.
    • The common intention shared by so many to raise the vibration of the world literally “lightens” the atmosphere.
  • There is nothing special about what I do each day, I only keep myself in harmony with it. – HsuYun
  • By wanting to heal, we take the first steps towards transformation and wholeness.
    • With the faith that we can assist our own healing, we create a revolution in our minds, changing our pattern of consciousness from one of being a victim to one of growing empowerment.
  • Reiki’s greatest gift to us is empowerment to take responsibility for ourselves and our own healing, and often means being able to recognize issue in our lives which, if not resolved, can make us ill.
    • Physical illness is the visible result of “dis-ease” created by negative belief systems that are causing conflict in our lives.
  • To be. No more. That is all. This is the joy supreme. – Jorge Guillen
  • Sometimes, we confuse curing with healing.
    • Even as we learn more about the human potential to attain greater longevity in the future, sooner or later we all go with the flow from the river to the ocean.
    • True healing creates a safe space in which an awareness of unity with the infinite is rekindled.
    • Healing allows people to leave this life at peace with themselves, open to transformation without fear or struggle, so that even when an illness is not cured, the person can be healed emotionally and spiritually.
    • We are bombarded by images of violent, painful death on television and newspapers. This is negative and disempowering when we feel we cannot do anything about it, it perpetuates fearfulness.
  • All spiritual disciplines regard prayer as nourishment for the soul, just as food nourishes and sustains the physical body.
  • Reiki with color
    • Blue is the color of healing in Reiki.
    • Red, worn or seen, can lift depression and motivate.
  • Reiki with reflexology
    • The feet and the hands are maps of our entire systems.
    • Every part of the foot is represented by an organ in the physical body.
  • Reiki and crystal healing
    • Holding a quartz at the level of the third eye during meditation enhances perception and intuition.
  • Reiki and affirmations
    • We are responsible for ourselves and our own healing.
    • Positivity and the expression of love are as powerful as diet in the treatment of disease.
    • Reiki allows us to feel and recognize ourselves as part of something greater, as expressions of the Divine.
    • We can create our own reality in the very ways we want to.
    • When we begin each morning feeling thankful and happy with life, we are expecting our lives to be good and full, and the Universe responds.
  • Reiki and meditation
    • Far from spacing you out, meditation promotes “less haste, more speed” as efficiency increases with mental awareness.
    • Meditating on your own breath or on a positive visualization causes the heart rate to fall, and the immune system to rise by 50%.
    • Meditation is effective in increasing levels of creativity and imagination.
    • Connect with the core of yourself, seeing it as a golden-white light in your center. Slowly, expand the light inside you until it extends to the tips of your fingers and toes. Be aware of your light overflowing into the room, the building, your town, your world, and your universe, before bringing it home to your being (center) again.

The Spiritual Principles

  • Just for today do not worry.
    • We are brought up to compete and to struggle, and this breeds in us an inherent lack of trust in the world around us.
    • We can see the big picture much more clearly when we place our trust in the Divine Plan.
  • Just for today do no anger.
    • The ability to stand back from our own feeling is empowering.
    • Anger can be a destructive force, but analyzing it can be a catalyst for positive changes.
  • Honor your parents, teachers, and elders.
    • Whatever someone’s path, it is theirs and as valid as your own.
    • Acknowledge and respect this and create freedom for yourself and others.
  • Earn you living honestly.
    • No matter how small the job, it is our present moment nonetheless, and if we put our hearts into it and do it with love, we will be giving and getting the most from that moment.
  • Show gratitude to everything.
    • “Thank you” instead of “Please”.
  • 霊気 ()
  • Rei – Spiritual Wisdom – universal – present everywhere
  • Ki – Life Energy – prana, chi – nonphysical energy that animates all living things
  • Reiki – Spiritually guided life energy
    • Reiki guides itself with its own wisdom, rather than requiring the direction of the practitioner.
  • Reiki is not taught like other healing techniques but through an attunement process.
    • During attunement, Rei makes adjustments in the student’s chakras and energy pathways to accommodate the ability to channel Reiki and then links the student to the Reiki source.
    • Powerful spiritual experience.
    • Once attuned, you will have Reiki for the remainder of your life.
  • Whenever change takes place, even if it is good, a period of adjustment is necessary so that the body and various parts of your life can get used to the healthy new conditions.
  • Reiki never depletes your energy and always increase the practitioner’s own energy and leaves one surrounded with loving feelings of well-being.
  • Reiki is a pure form of healing not dependent on individual talent or acquired ability.
  • How does Reiki heal?
    • We are alive because life energy or Ki is flowing through us.
    • Ki flows within the physical body through chakras, meridians and nadis; and also around us called aura.
    • The free and balanced flow of Ki is the cause of health.
    • The disruption in the flow of Ki is the main cause of illness.
    • Reiki raises the vibratory level in and around the physical body where the negative thoughts and feels are attached.
    • This causes the negative energy to break apart and fall away. In so doing, Reiki clears, straightens and heals the energy pathways, thus allowing healthy Ki to flow in a natural way.
  • Reiki is spiritual in nature, it is not a religion.
    • It has no dogma, and there is nothing you must believe in order to learn and use Reiki.
  • Reiki photography through Kirlian photography

We are intuitive beings so listen to your inner voice to guide your hand positions, duration, your overall practice.

  • Work with your intuition and trust in it.
    • Hand positions for self-treatment (chart)
    • Hand positions for treating others (chart)

Five Principles by Mikao Usui

Posted: April 25, 2010 in Healing
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The secret art of inviting happiness,
The miraculous medicine for all diseases.

At least for today:
Do not be angry,
Do not worry,
Be grateful,
Work with diligence,
Be kind to people.

Every morning and evening, join your hands in meditation and pray with your heart.
State in your mind and chant with your mouth.

For improvement of mind and body.
Usui Reiki Ryoho.

The founder,
Mikao Usui.