Introduction to Reiki

Introduction

Reiki is a combination of two Japanese words rei and ki meaning universal life energy.

Reiki is an ancient laying-on of hands healing technique that uses the life force energy to heal, balancing the subtle energies within our bodies.

Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances. This healing art is an effective delivery system.

Instructor

JAGROOP TOOR

Reiki Level 1

Reiki is a combination of two Japanese words rei and ki meaning universal life energy. Reiki is an ancient laying-on of hands healing technique that uses the life force energy to heal, balancing the subtle energies within our bodies. Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances. This healing art is an effective delivery system.

In a reiki level 1 attunement, students are attuned to three different symbols, each representing a different aspect of reiki energy: power, mental/emotional balance and distance healing. Each student receives attunements to these 3 symbols four separate times, and with each repetition the connection deepens.

Reiki Level 2

Reiki level 2 is a more advanced level, where the student learns amongst other things, to harness more Reiki energy and distance healing.

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.

Reiki Level 2 Attunement is a process that attunes you to a higher frequency of Reiki energy, enabling you to channel Reiki energy and use the Reiki 2 symbols and mantras.

The Attunement is a type of ritual and kept secret by the Reiki master.

Reiki Level 3

Reiki Level 3: Reiki Master

The Reiki Master Level is traditionally considered the teacher’s level, and masters are able to walk away and attune new reiki practitioners.

In many courses, the Third Degree and Reiki Master are the same designation. However, some teachers separate Level 3 from Reiki Master.

The Reiki Master Level is traditionally considered the teacher’s level, and masters are able to walk away and attune new reiki practitioners. However, many receive the master attunement, along with the corresponding symbol, yet don’t feel comfortable or practiced in properly attuning others—hence the distinction between Third Degree and Reiki Master.