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Musings on Reiki :: How trainings have changed :: Online Reiki :: Taking Training more than once.

I was chatting with my mentor and coach the other day about Reiki training. I was talking about how far things have come in the way Reiki is taught. My opinion is that a lot of the credit goes to the International Center for Reiki Training. They continually grow and develop the creative ways Reiki can be used and taught. Also, Reiki Research has come a long way too. There are hundreds of hospitals that implement Reiki as an adjunctive therapy to manage pain for patients. Even the Veterans Administration is recommending Reiki to help withe PTSD. There is even a Center for Reiki Research.

I began my Reiki Journey in 2003. I trained in traditional Usui Reiki. I actually didn't use it as much as I thought I would as a massage therapist. In 2020, I stumbled across Usui/Holy Fire Reiki. I immediately was intrigued. I immediately registered to take the training. All over again. It was totally different this time. I loved how things were taught now and the energy felt more powerful. I loved it. I also loved that I could learn it on line! That is one of the main changes with Holy Fire Reiki.... the ability to learn it on line.

Don't get me wrong, I thought it would be a little strange at first. I wasn't so sure how effective an online energy healing course would be. It ended up better than I thought. I LOVED taking the class in the comfort of my own home. I LOVED that we actually got a LOT of practice working on our selves and others {we practiced a lot of distance Reiki}. Even more so than an in person class. I know that sounds strange, but it was true!

Ever since I took my Reiki training for the second time, my life has changed quite a bit. I started incorporating a daily self Reiki practice, I am doing more Reiki on my clients and family. I also started teaching Reiki... something I said I would never do.

It is now nearing the end of 2023 and I already have plans for going through all of the Reiki training for a third time, and I can't wait!

There is always something to learn. There is always space for more growth.

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