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REIKI CHUDEN- Intermediate Teaching/Second Degree
March 26, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 5:30 pm UTC+0| $200
Organized by: Komyo ReikiDo New York
Presenter: Shihan Lilia V. Marquez, RN-BC, CCRN
Prerequisite: Reiki 1 Certificate regardless of your Reiki Style
FEE:$200.00 USD (Komyo Reiki Chuden Manual, Komyo Reiki Certificate, Practice Sessions
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CHUDEN means middle or intermediate teaching. The focus of Chuden is on helping others through distant healing and to help the student become more aware of the concept of Non-duality, and of their connection to and impact upon the world around them. This is achieved through the practice in the use of shirushi (symbols) and JUMON (mantras). This practice can enable the student to enhance their own energy levels and sensitivity. Three shirushi (symbols) are given and additional Japanese techniques are taught. Class is taught in one day at teachers’ discretion and students receive four Reiju.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN/RECEIVE
1. Four (4) Reiju
2. The meanings, usage, and descriptions of three (of the four) Japanese shirushi/symbols and their corresponding JUMON (mantra)
After receiving the Chuden (Second Degree) Reiju, three “shirushi” or symbols will be given to you.
With the use of the 1st symbol, the energy can be focused and strengthened.
With the 2nd symbol, a habit (Bad or unwanted) can be broken.
With the 3rd symbol you will be empowered to do Reiki healing on a person not physically present (distant healing)
3. Discussion on how the students may understand their connection to and impact upon people, nature, the environment, and the world around them.
TRADITIONAL JAPANESE REIKI METHODS
Tanden Chiryo Ho (Gendoku Ho) Detoxification Method
Koki Ho & Gyohi Ho (Exhalation Method & Gaze Method)
Heso Chiryo Ho (Navel Treatment Method)
Seiheki Chiryo Ho (Habits Treatment Method)
TRADITIONAL JAPANESE TECHNIQUES
Uchite-Chiryo Ho (Patting Technique)
Nadete Chiryo Ho (Stroking Technique)
Oschite-Chiryo Ho (Acupressure Technique)
Zenshin Ketukei Kokan Ho Zenshin Kekko