PLEASE NOTE: You will need to be a Usui Reiki Master to receive this attunement.
The words Rei- Ki Originate from the words Raku- Kei. The Raku is the vertical energy flow within the body, whilst the Kei energy flows in a horizontal manner. The two cross at the ‘Hara’ centre at the Solar plexus centre. It is this centre which was cut out during the ritual Samurai “Hara Kiri,. In this manner the Samurai would cut out the ‘centre of his being’ by the implementation of three sacred cuts in the form of a triangle (the symbol of manifestation).
The cross formed by the Raku and Kei energy is the cross which represents the four Cardinal Points and four Elements. This pagan form was used by the Christians after the death of Christ, and to this day 4 crossing oneself is regarded as a devotional act for Christians.
Raku Kei is the ancient science of Self-development and Self-improvement. It is believed that the origins of Raku Kei come from Tibet. The Tibetan Lamas used Calligraphs to encapsulate the energy of a healing concept, recognising that all symbols, when drawn Produce Low Frequency waves that can be detected by the human body. These Calligraphy symbols would normally be painted in large form upon wall hangings in the monasteries where the monks would meditate. Such images would add a focus to the Mantric work that would resonate with the symbol.
The Raku Kei Manual includes:
History of Raku Kei Reiki
The Sacred Secret of Reiki
The Breath of the Fire Dragon
Raku Kei Symbols
Raku Kei Kanji Mudras
The Seven Layer Auric Body System
Chart of the Seven Chakras
Initiation by way of HA-AHI-WAI – The Water Ceremony
The Raku Kei Affirmation
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE
– Raku Kei Reiki distance attunement via chi ball
– Raku Kei Original manual by Raku Kei Master Holli Blackwell
– bonus manuals including information about chakras, self development, etc
PLUS – you can pass this wonderful energy onto others!!
All of the information for the course and bonus manuals will be sent to you by email
Raku Kei Reiki-The Way of the Fire Dragon – £20