Usui Level III Master/Teacher Certification Class (Shinpiden)

 

 

Level lll focuses on personal development and teaches the student how to perform the Japanese Reiju and Western attunements.

At this level you move into discovering more about the mysteries of life. How you relate to yourself and the universe. This can be practiced for the rest of your life and is always a personal practice which can develop into a professional teaching practice if you so desire.There are also deeper Japanese cultural and philosophical understandings that are taught Once level lll is completed, all aspects of the system of Reiki become an integral part of the student’s life. Some say that this is where life and the system of Reiki merge,with students unable to tell the difference between the two.Instead of thinking of Reiki as a lifetime practice we now know that life is our Reiki practice.Students who wish to teach the system of Reiki will most importantly need to further their own personal practice before beginning to teach. You will find guidelines for taking this step.

A class manual written by world renowned reiki experts and authors Frans and Bronwen Stiene ( founders of The International House of Reiki ) will be available for $8. A free level lll certificate will be given at end of class.

 

USUI REIKI RYOHO LINEAGE

 

1.    Mikao Usui             ( founder of system )

2.    Kanichi Taketomi   ( 3rd president of the Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai )

3.    Koyama Kimiko      ( 6th president of the Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai )

4.    Doi Hiroshi             ( current member of the Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai )

5.    Frans Stiene          ( International House of Reiki )

6.    Kerri Draper           ( Huntington Beach Reiki )

 

 

Traditional Japanese Techniques and Meditations:


Ku - A method to help you move into the void


Becoming Dai - Creating a deeper energetic connection

to the Great Bright Light


SHINPIDEN HEALING (Hands off healing) – becoming the great bright light and heal with the body.


HADO KOKYU HO- A method of vibrational breathing


HADO MEISO HO - A method of vibrational meditation and contemplation

This technique can bring you into a deep state of meditation


SEKIZUI JOKA IBUKI HO - A method of cleansing the spinal cord with breath.

In Japan, it is said that the spinal cord records our

karma. This technique works solely on the spinal cord,

rebalancing it and consequently balancing the rest of the

body.


NENTATSU HO- Method of sending thought into mind.


Method of using pressure with hands


Method of stroking with hands


SYMBOL FOUR AND THE ACCOMPANYING JUMON:

      Traditional Characteristic: Empowerment

      Western Characteristic:  Master symbol


PERFORMING THE REIJU AND ATTUNEMENT:

Reiju  – Japanese: spiritual offering/blessing

Attunement an initiation ritual for students of the system of Reiki


WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A REIKI TEACHER:


BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE:


We'll also cover some western style meditations and techniques

You can download a free Huntington Beach Reiki Master Manual that covers these meditations and techniques. Go to top of our meet-up page.


Reiki Psychic Surgery 

Reiki Moving Meditation 

Grounding Cord Exercise

Auric Cleanse

Chakra Check Visualization

Gasso Meditation

Reiki Master Meditation

Experiment in Surrender 

Contacting Spirits with Reiki 

Spirit Session Guide

Connecting with Symbols



Prerequisites:

You must already have Reiki level II from us or a recognized Reiki teacher.


Duration:

Class is from 11:30-5 on Saturday and Sunday


Preparation:

Wear comfortable clothing. Bring a sack lunch and a bottle of water. Bring a pencil and notepad to take notes.


Cost:

Donation:  The expected donation for the Master class is $350-$650. Donations help those with cancer receive free services.


What you might pay elsewhere:

Others offering this service typically charge around USD$550 to USD$1200 (or more!) for a Shipiden III Class that includes the Shipiden Reiki III attunement, and certificate of completion.

 


Master Class Dates: 2017

Jan. 28-29      11:30-5:30

April 29-30    11:30-5:30