Usui Reiki Ryoho

Usui Reiki Ryoho originally referred to the practice of Reiki as Usui practiced and as it is still practiced in Japan in an unbroken line since Usui.

The term Usui Reiki Rhoyo means: Usui Spiritual Energy Healing Method. It is taught by teachers who focus on teaching a traditional Japanese style of Reiki.

Usui Reiki Ryoho originally referred to the main concepts taught in the Gakkai, or Society of the Usui Spiritual Energy Healing Method. A society existing in Japan which claims to have been developed by the founder of Reiki Mikao Usui.)

The following is the content of this workshop
Traditional URR Techniques 
1.     URR Shoden
– Receive empowerment to Reiki energy
– Learning techniques, treatments and information:
  + Nentatsu-ho (Deprogramming)
  + Kenyoku-ho ( Dry bathing or brushing off)
  + Jakikiri Joka-ho (Purifying Negative Energy)
  + Shuchu Reiki ( Group Treatment – Renzoku Reiki (Reiki Marathon)
  + Original Usui hand Positions (5 head positions)
  + Reiki Mawashi (Reiki circle – group sharing)
  + Usui Reiki Hikkei (Usui-Sensei’s Reiki manual)
  + Gokai – Usui Reiki Precepts (Sensei’s code of living)
  + Usui Selection of Gyosei(125 of the Meiji Emperor’s poetry)
  + Byosen Reikan-ho – (healing by feeling resonance or hand sensation)
  + Reiji-ho – (allowing Reiki to guide you to healing place – advanced scanning)
  + Reiki Undo (Breathing exercise for stress release)

2.   URR Okuden
Zenki (1st step) – requires energy rating of 3 (these are the main Okuden techniques)
  + Hatsurei ho (enhance your Reiki channel): Kihon Shisei (standard posture)· Mokunen (Focusing)
     · Kenyoku-ho (Dry bathing or Brushing off)· Connect to Reiki· Clean Breathing· Joshin Kokyu ho
     (Cleansing Breathing-purifying mind· Gassho (meditation posture)· Seishin Toitsu (Concentration-
     make mind blank while receiving of Rei-ju)· Hikari no Kokyo-ho (Breathing of Light technique)
–  Mokunen
–  Seiheki Chiryo-ho ( natural habits healing technique)
–  Uchi-te Chiryo-ho (pat with hands)
Oshi-te Chiryo-ho (push with fingers)
Nade-te Chiryo-ho (stroke with hands)
– Tanden Chiryo-ho (Tanden healing technique)

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