As a Reiki Master, I have personally experienced numerous benefits from this gentle healing method.
A guest blog by Elaine Rainey
When Mikao Usui founded the method of Reiki Ryoho in the 1920s, he was determined not to keep it for his own benefit but to share it with society. He believed that Reiki should be made accessible to everyone, to help people improve their physical wellbeing, peace of mind and happiness*. This was an unusual position to hold in a culture where keeping such things within the family (in order to protect the wealth that could be generated from it) was common.
If we are to carry on the legacy of Mikao Usui, what are our options for bringing Reiki to society at large, so that all can benefit? What steps can we take to avoid the pitfalls that might discourage the general population from giving Reiki a try?
If we consider the mindfulness movement, pioneers such as Jon Kabat-Zinn have integrated mindfulness into…
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