Rebecca Wiley

Reiki Attunements

Reiki Certification Sessions:


Level I, II, Masters: The Reiki attunement process is how one becomes a Reiki practitioner. Being attuned to Reiki gives one the ability to easily access the Reiki (Universal Life Force) energy, for the purpose of healing a person or situation. Attunements can be given only by a Reiki master and can be given for either the purpose of training one in Reiki, or for simply giving someone a larger experience of Reiki than usually experienced in treatments.

The first of the Reiki levels, or Reiki 1, begins with the initiation of the new students. This stage is referred to as Shoden in the Japanese tradition. By the end of the first level the practitioner will be certified to treat himself and others. The initiates are taught how to attune themselves to ki by learning hand positions.

The second of the Reiki levels is said to give the students the ability to practice Reiki over long distances. This process begins by introducing the first three Reiki symbols. With the mastery of each symbol comes an additional Reiju, further attuning the student with ki.

This second level is referred to as Okuden in traditional Japanese Reiki. Under Master Usui, this level was only offered to students who were able to keenly sense ki. From what is known about traditional Japanese Reiki, most students who showed such promise were only able to master this level after decades of practice and tutelage.

The last of the Reiki levels in the Western tradition, allows the student to attain the rank of Master. In the Western tradition this means that the student has learned the fourth symbol and is able to teach Reiki to others. This does not mean that the Master has achieved a state of enlightenment, only that the Master has become fully attuned with ki.
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