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Learn Reiki (First Level) as it was taught in 1930s

Wen-Chi Chen 陳文綺

Sunday, June 3, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

Learn Reiki (First Level) as it was taught in 1930s

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“The mission of Usui Reiki Ryoho (Healing Art/Method) is to enhance mutual well-being for oneself and others, on one hand, by fulfilling a peaceful and joyful life mentally and physically and, on the other, healing the sick.”

–USUI Mikao Sensei (1865-1926) 

 

Reiki a healing modality that originated in Japan. Reiki Ryoho (Healing Art) is "laying-on of hands" self care / self healing technique that uses the vibrations of the love and harmony of universal life force to heal, balancing the subtle energies within our bodies. Reiki addresses physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual imbalances. This healing art is an effective delivery system.  It is easy to learn and very simple to use. Anyone can be initiated into Reiki Ryoho and become a Reiki practitioner to heal themselves and others.

 

In the United States, Reiki is part of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).  Reiki is gaining popularity in clinical settings: hospitals, hospices and clinics.

What it Reiki:    http://komyoreikikai.org/node/5

Reiki Q & A with Wen:    http://www.arianehunter.com/imported/2012/4/25/a-conversation-with-a-reiki-master.html

 


What you will learn: In this one day intensive Reiki Shoden (First Level) class,

You will learn a basic knowledge about Reiki and a basic hands on healing art.

You'll be initiated into Reiki by means of "Reiju" or "attunement" that will empower you to be a Reiki channel.

From this time on, Reiki energy will flow throughout your hands and do a fine job of healing. It means YOU are now a Reiki practitioner (healer) for the rest of your life.

This class is for beginners as well as experienced Reiki Practitioners who are serious in exploring to learn Japanese Reiki as it was taught in 1930s.

  

Wen-Chi Chen is a licensed Acupuncturist / practitioner in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reiki Master / Teacher.  She learned from Hyakuten Inamoto Sensei, the Founder of Komyo Reiki Kai. This system places emphasis on spiritual enfoldment through the practice of Reiki Ryoho, aiming for “satori” or enlightenment. 

  

Wen’s USUI Reiki Ryoho Lineage:

1) USUI Mikao Sensei (1865-1926) ↓

2) HAYASHI Chujiro Sensei (1879-1940) ↓

3) Mrs.YAMAGUCHI Chiyoko (1921-2003) ↓

4) INAMOTO Hyakuten Sensei (1940 - ) ↓

5) CHEN, Wen-Chi

 

 

PAYMENT OPTIONS EARLY REGISTRATION FEE:

$190 USD via Eventbrite / PayPal / Money Order or Check (cleared prior to event). $210.00 USD CASH only if paid at the door.

 

Fee includes: 4 Komyo Reiki Shoden Attunements, Komyo Reiki Shoden Manual, Komyo Reiki Shoden Certificate of Completion, practice sessions, snacks

 

Contact Wen-Chi Chen ~  Tel: 212-460-8686

Or email:   WenWellness@gmail.com       

Wen-Chi Chen’s website:  www.WenWellness.com    

Komyo Reiki Kai website:  http://komyoreikikai.org   

Have questions about Learn Reiki (First Level) as it was taught in 1930s? Contact Wen-Chi Chen 陳文綺

When & Where



Maggie Studio
98 Mott St
New York, NY 10013

Sunday, June 3, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)


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Wen-Chi Chen 陳文綺

About Wen-Chi Chen:

Wen-Chi Chen is a practitioner in Traditional Chinese Medicine (since 2001) and Inca Shamanic Healing Work, Reiki Master/Teacher, also a visual artist.

For over a decade, Wen has utilized many energy healing tools to help people release tension, enhance creativity, achieve personal well-being and spiritual growth.


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陳文綺 Wen-Chi Chen

紐約執照針灸中醫師靈氣師父(Reiki Master)及治療師, 印加薩滿能量及身心靈療癒導師新時代女性的覺知者藝術創作者.

近年來接受了宇宙靈氣大能的點化後致力於靈性持修及平衡的生活與眾人分享靜心和喜樂.

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