Reiki womanWhat is Reiki?

Reiki means universal life energy. It is defined as the energy which acts and lives in all created matter. The word consists of two parts: Rei=The syllable Rei describes the universal, boundless aspect of this energy while Ki is in itself part of Rei, being the vital life force energy which flows through all living beings. Ki= It is conceivable that it is the same energy as “chi” in Chinese, the Holy Ghost by Christians, Prana by the Hindu’s and the healing power of nature as noted by Hippocrates. Reiki was founded as an ancient healing technique by a Japanese Christian Priest named Dr. Mikao Usui in the late 1800’s.

The ReikiVersity, Way of the Heart, we also initiate the feet as well as both hands. This was created in Germany.

Reiki 1 Certification

This is the basic course, which includes four separate energy-activating transmissions. You are taught how to give the complete treatment to yourself and then how to give it to others. In ReikiVersity Reiki 1 seminar, you are taught the ReikiVersity symbol for centering. This is the first of the symbols you will learn to work with. In the ReikiVersity, Way of the Heart, we also initiate the feet as well as both hands.

You will learn the history of Reiki and also learn in classroom format discussions as well as the practice of Reiki with a partner. You will learn and practice “Heart Healing” as a separate exercise using the ReikiVersity Symbol. You will learn how to give a complete Reiki session to another person. At the end of the seminar, you will receive a Reiki 1 Certificate. Call 720-581-1804 for pricing.

Reiki 2 Certification

Reiki 2 is available to anyone who has completed Reiki 1. In the Reiki 2 seminar, there are three separate energy-activating transmissions.

Each of the energy activations in Reiki 2 is an opening into a new Reiki symbol. Most Reiki schools use four symbols with ReikiVersity we use five symbols total. The symbols are keys to contacting the energies. Without the symbols, the healing is neither as deep nor as strong. The symbols also open up certain inner dimensions when used correctly and regularly. It takes time and practice to feel the meaning and significance of the symbols.

Think about it. In existence, there are many symbols, archetypes used by mystics for thousands of years. The bodywork in Reiki 2 is concerned with the chakras and chakra balancing. You will learn a technique for sending Reiki, for long distance healing. You will learn a special technique for dealing with deep emotional and mental problems, which can be used during the physical treatment. One of the main purposes of Reiki 2 is to give the individual a specific technique for learning to use and to direct energy on dimensions other than the physical.

The self-healing in Reiki 2 is deeper and stronger than the basic work of Reiki 1.

ReikiVersity recommends at least 6 months of practice with Reiki 1 before an individual will be eligible for Reiki 2. Call 720-581-1804 for pricing.

Reiki 3 Certification

This certification provides an additional symbol for a spinal healing and two energy-activating transmissions. These transmissions can be very strong. It is recommended by ReikiVersity to have completed Reiki 1and Reiki 2 with practice for one year prior to this seminar. Call 720-581-1804 for pricing.

Reiki Master/Teacher Certification

As a Reiki Master, you function as a transmitter. You learn the sacred art of initiating others onto the ReikiVersity path and into the universal light energy. You’ll review all that you learned in the first three certifications and learn what to teach. Giving the energy activations and teaching others is an ongoing healing. ReikiVersity recommends the practice of Reiki 1, 2, and 3 for one full year prior to this seminar. Call 720-581-1804 for pricing.

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Dr. Paulette S. Coates, DNM, is a Doctor of Naturopathic Ministry. She has helped many people learn they do not have to suffer from their diseases. Learn more about Dr. Coates »