The Reiki Healing Method
The Japanese Mikao Usui Sensei developed in 1922 as Zen Buddhist the Reiki healing method, which includes elements of Shintoism and Buddhism, among others. He trained 20 Shihan-level teachers, one of those was Dr. Chujiro Hayashi.
Chiyoko Yamaguchi studied Reiki in 1938 at the age of 17 years directly from Dr. Chujiro Hayashi and she had practiced Reiki daily in her unaltered form all her life. Throughout her 65 years she gained a great deal of practical knowledge. When it became known that Chiyoko Yamaguchi was a direct student of Hayashi Sensei, she was asked to pass on her wealth of experience in Reiki.
She founded her Reiki School, “Jikiden Reiki Kenkyukai” in Kyoto together with her son Tadao Yamaguchi in 1999 and taught Reiki exactly as she had learned from Hayashi Sensei. For this reason, she gave her school the name “Jikiden Reiki”. The word “Jikiden” is a common Japanese term, it is often used in traditional arts and means “direct passed on” by ones own teacher.
Chiyoko Yamaguchi passed away in 2003 at the age of 82. Her extensive knowledge is today unchanged passed on by her son Tadao Yamaguchi in Kyoto. He grew up with Reiki all his life and has a wealth of experience.
In Japan, the country of origin of Reiki, was the Reiki taught by Mikao Usui Sensei developed by Dr. Chujiro Hayashi and Chiyoko Yamaguchi are not mixed with other techniques. Jikiden Reiki is not a new or further form of Reiki, it is contrary, it is the original and unaltered Reki method. Jikiden Reiki has thereby preserved its unchanged and clear focus and power.
Jikiden Reiki is Reiki in its purest form.
The Reiki system for spiritual healing was initiated by Mikao Usui. He learned these valuable healing powers of nature in 1922 as a Zen Buddhist during an An Jin Ryu Mei on the mountain Kurama in Kyoto and further developed it with his knowledge of Shintoism and Buddhism.
Learning Jikiden Reiki
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Reiki courses in Glattpark by Sawah
Karin Birchler with Tadao Yamaguchi, Kyoto