Reiki Level I

January 23, 2010 by Terri  
Filed under Reiki

Dramatically Improve Your Health and Your Happiness While Learning a Healing Method That is Spontaneous, Natural, and Effortless!

The Usui Method of Natural Healing Reiki Manuals

Reiki Level I: A Comprehensive Guide

Breaking away from the standard teaching methods, the authors present Reiki Level I in a way that provides the reader with a more accurate picture of the origins and discovery of Reiki, the history of this healing system, and how it developed over the years in both the USA and Japan.

In addition, unlike most Reiki books and manuals, the Reiki hand placements are discussed from both a spiritual and clinical perspective, covering total healing of Self - Body, Mind and Soul.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1 – What is Reiki; The Reiki Precepts
  • Chapter 2 – Understanding The Precepts; Natural Universal Laws A Clinical Perspective
  • Chapter 3 – Energy Healing Techniques; The Body’s Energy Pathways; Meridians; Chakras; The Aura
  • Chapter 4 – History and Origins of Reiki; Eastern Version; Western Version; Western (Takata) Version
  • Chapter 5 – Healing Guides
  • Chapter 6 – Reiki Symbols: Level I The First Reiki Symbol; The Law of Three
  • Chapter 7 – Health Benefits of Reiki; The Healing Session
  • Chapter 8 – Reiki Hand Placements; Illustrations
  • Chapter 9 – Healing Benefits of Hand Placements; Physical, Mental/Emotional, Spiritual Levels
  • Chapter 10 – Reiki Ethics
  • Chapter 11 – Preparing for a Reiki Attunement

Also included:

  • A Treatment to Heal Diseases, Hand Healing
  • Ten Major Precepts of Tendai (Juuzenkai)
  • The Central Themes of Buddhist Philosophy
  • Research Papers and Clinical Studies

All of our Reiki manuals are written for beginners, Reiki practitioners, and for Reiki Master/Teachers.

Reiki Level I: A Comprehensive Guide, by Dr.Robert E. Zee and Terri

83 pages (PDF eBook)

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Terri is a professional Reiki Master/Teacher and Tao Master and a pioneer in teaching Online Reiki Classes. Attuned in the Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Method of Healing, Karuna Reiki® and Seichem Reiki, Terri has over 20 years experience with Reiki and other alternative healing modalities. As a recognized authority of Reiki, Terri has also worked as a Guide to Alternative Medicine for a large Internet portal. She has also worked as an Intuitive Reader (Tarot and I Ching) for both Prodigy and AOL and as an Online Events Coordinator, Senior Leader, and Special Contributor for Prodigy’s “New Age Connection” community. You can contact Terri via this Website.

Usui Reiki lineage: Mikao Usui - Chujiro Hayashi - Hawayo Takata - Virginia Samdahl - Joyce Morris - Jenny Leong - Terri

Karuna Reiki® lineage: William Rand – Debbie Rahawlski – Cathi

Dr. Robert Zee is in private practice in Cumming, Georgia. The practice offers Chiropractic care, Reiki, other forms of energy healing, massage therapy and other modalities. Dr. Zee achieved his Zen Mastership in January 1977. He holds a degree in Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life College in Marietta, Ga. Dr Zee is also a Reiki Master and teaches classes in Reiki I, II and the Master level. The Reiki classes offered by the doctor include an introduction to Kinesiology and other forms of Energy Medicine in addition to the traditional material.

Usui Reiki lineage: Mikao Usui - Chujiro Hayashi - Hawayo Takata - Phyllis Furumoto - John Lacks - Annie Star -Cynthia Rose-Young - Adrienne N. Cobb - Claudia Storms - Amy Weeks - Dr. Robert E. Zee.


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Filed under Holistic Nutrition

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Filed under Reiki

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Filed under Reflexology

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Filed under Holistic Nutrition

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2. Do not eat proteins and starches at the same meal.  Eat proteins at lunch, with non-starchy vegetables.  Eat starches at dinner, with non-starchy vegetables.  Meats – When possible, eat organically raised meats, and no more than three (3) times per week. Give preference to fish, poultry, veal, lamb, beef and pork, in that order. This method of eating is referred to as proper food combining and will help the body by diverting precious healing energy from the digestive process to the processes of detoxification and healing. Healing occurs when the body is also properly nourished. By eating this way, a full day’s eating will only require about fifteen percent (15%) of the day’s allotment of energy, leaving eighty-five percent (85%) for natural detoxification and healing. Energy is required for all of these processes. Read more

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Filed under Acupuncture

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