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Finding The Best Reiki Teachers And Masters

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Reiki teachers and masters advertise in numerous magazines and also place notices in health food stores, alternative bookstores, and other locations. Once you've identified a Reiki teacher or practitioner from whom you'd like to receive training or treatment, it's a good idea to ask them several critical questions.

What Is Reiki Master Teacher?

According to Mrs. Takata, a Reiki Master is defined as someone who has received the Master attunement and symbol, understands how to give all of the attunements, and has taught a Reiki class, thereby passing on Reiki to others. Those who have completed Reiki Master training but have not taught at least one person do not qualify as Reiki Masters and should refer to themselves as Reiki Master practitioners until they have taught at least one person. You qualify as a Reiki Master if you have taught a friend or family member.

How Do I Find A Good Reiki Master?

How can you determine a Reiki practitioner's qualifications once you've located one? What should you be on the lookout for? Due to the fact that the Reiki profession grew out of a grass-roots movement rather than academic healthcare programs, a variety of different perspectives and practice styles developed independently, and there are no agreed-upon standards of education or treatment across all practice styles.

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While Reiki masters frequently award certificates to their students, these certificates are not backed up by agreed-upon educational standards within the Reiki community. As a result, the mere possession of a certificate does not imply that the practitioner has received adequate training. To ascertain training and experience, you must ask specific questions.

Here are a few that will provide you with additional information to assist you in making a decision in finding a good Reiki master.

  • How long have you been a Reiki practitioner?
  • What type of training have you received?
  • How frequently do you instruct?
  • How do you use Reiki on a personal level?
  • What is your ancestry?
  • What are the prerequisites for Reiki training?
  • What subject matter do you cover in your classes?
  • How many class hours are included?
  • How much time is spent on instruction and how much time is spent on hands-on practice?
  • What specific tasks will I be able to perform following the training?
  • How much will it cost, and will I receive a certificate and a manual?
  • Is it permissible for me to take notes and tape record the class?
  • How many symbols will I be able to memorize?
  • Is there an existing Reiki support group in my area, or can you assist me in forming one?
  • Will you openly encourage me to succeed as a Reiki practitioner or Master?
  • Do you have a positive attitude toward others that is respectful?
  • Are there Reiki practitioners and Masters of all lines and affiliations?

Finding a Credible Reiki Practitioner

Conclusion

Be aware of how you feel about their responses and whether they are responding in a supportive and empowering manner. Listen to your heart; it will direct you to the appropriate teacher or practitioner.

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About The Authors

Rian Mcconnell

Rian Mcconnell - Rian is a Villanova University graduate who was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia with a medical degree. His residency was at Thomas Jefferson and its associated Wills Eye Hospital, and he finished his education with fellowships in cataract and corneal surgery at the University of Connecticut. He has a vast experience in ophthalmic surgery, with a focus on cataract surgery, corneal transplantation, and laser refractive procedures. He serves on the board of Vision Health International, an agency that provides eye care and surgery to indigent patients in Central and South America, in addition to his surgical practice.

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