Level I, First Degree—First Teachings
Students learn practical hands-on techniques to give Reiki to others and techniques for self-healing. The four parts of the attunement bring one in greater harmony with each student’s energetic system. All students will give and receive a complete healing. After the class each student can do self-Reiki healing and give Reiki to others. The student’s main focus is self work.
Level II, Second Degree—Inner Teachings
Continuing Reiki students learn more hands-on techniques to further empower their Reiki practice. These include additional Japanese Reiki techniques, symbols to enhance Reiki practice, spiral meditation, and instructions in mental healing and distant or absentee healing. The attunement process is said to increase the Reiki power/ energy ten-fold. Distance healing is an additional empowering aspect. Reiki III—Third Degree, Parts A & B Usui designated three levels of Reiki teaching and mastery. However, most teachers today teach four divisions and have divided the last level into two parts—A and B. Both workshops are required for one to become a Reiki Master Teacher.
Reiki III, Third Degree, Parts A & B—Mystery Teachings
Usui designated three levels of Reiki teaching and mastery. However, most teachers today teach four divisions and have divided the last level into two parts—A and B.
Both workshops are required for one to become a Reiki Master Teacher.
Level III B—Third Degree: Reiki Master Teacher
Third Degree continuing student will learn how to pass all Reiki attunements including the Master Attunement. Reiki Master Teacher necessary attunements thus
you pass Reiki on and empower. The Duty of a Reiki Master Teacher is to empower, not only embracing, but becoming Reiki, carrying the Reiki energy and sharing it
with others. A Reiki Master Teacher empowers and mentors others.
A Reiki Master Teacher who completes the Teacher training yet does not teach Reiki continues as a Reiki Master Practitioner.
If you give a man a fish,he will have a single meal
If you teach him how to fish
he will eat all his life. ~ Kwan-Tzu