Reiki Articles

* Agnihotra Homa    Therapy- The ancient    science of Healing

  “Heal the atmosphere and the healed atmosphere will heal you". This is the basic principle in Homa therapy. It is the science of purification of the atmosphere given through vedas.


* The Human Potential

  Every human being is unique. We are not mass produced according to some blueprint or master plan, each identical with the other.


* Yoga For Positive    Health

  Yoga is becoming popular in all parts of the world. For the restless mind it gives solace. For the sick, it is a boon.


* Manifestation of    Reiki

  We now know how Dr. Usui at the age of 34 during 1896 got “Tantra of the Lightning Flash” and initiated the system of Reiki.


* Tantra of the    lightning Flash

  “Tantra of the Lightning Flash” Originated 2600 years ago from the lips of Shakyamuni Buddha and was written down in Sanskrit.


* India Food For    Thought

  This must be read by every Indian. Please read this article. Even if u don't do anything about it, try to see the point a man who has grown from nothing, has to make! Mr. APJ Abdul Kalaam's speech in Hyderabad.


  Reiki History

The Beautiful Beginning

The abbot told him that it could be dangerous, that he could lose his life. Dr. Usui answered that he had come this far and would not turn back. Dr. Usui climbed one of the sacred mountains of Japan and meditated for twenty one days. On the first day he placed 21 small stones in front of him and as each day passed he threw one away.

On the 21st day Dr. Usui became aware of a beam of light from the heavens that came shooting towards him. Although he was afraid he did not move but was struck by the light and knocked over. Then in rapid successions he saw before him like bubbles of light the symbols that he had discovered in his study the key to the healing of Buddha and Jesus. The symbols burned themselves into his memory.
When the trance was over Dr Usui no longer felt exhausted stiff or hungry as he had moments before on that last day of his meditation. He got up and began to walk down the mountain. On his way he stubbed his toe, tearing back the toe nail. He jumped with pain and grabbed his toe with his hand. In minutes the pain left the bleeding stopped and his toe was well on the way to healing.

When he got off the mountain he stopped at food stall and ordered breakfast. The old man at the stall seeing the grown beard and  condition of his clothes realized that he had been on a long fast, and said that it would few minutes before he could prepare his food so that it would not upset his long empty stomach. He directed Dr. Usui to go and sit under a tree on a bench to wait.

Soon the daughter of the man came with his breakfast. As he looked at her, Dr. Usui saw that he had been crying and that her face was swollen and red on one side. He asked her what was wrong and she replied that she had a toothache for three days. He asked if he could touch her face and with her permission he cupped her cheeks in his hands. In a few minutes the pain was gone and the swelling began to recede.
Returning to the monastery in the evening, Dr. Usui told that his friend the abbot was in bed suffering from a painful attack of arthritis. After bathing and having his food, Dr. Usui went to see his friend and with his healing hands he relieved his pain.
For the next seven years Dr. Usui worked in a beggar camp in Japan healing the sick. Those that were young able he sent off to find work. After seven years he began to see that those he had healed were returning to the beggar camp in the same condition that he had found them.

He asked people why they had returned to the camp and they answered that they preferred their old way of life. Dr. Usui realized that he had healed the physical body of symptoms but he has not taught appreciation for life of a new way of living. He left the beggar camp and began to teach others who wanted to know more. He taught them how to heal themselves and gave them the principles of Reiki to help their thoughts.

One of these students Chujiro Hayashi a retired naval officer was seeking a way to serve others. He found Dr. Usui was initiated by him and became deeply involved with the practice of Reiki.

When Usui’s life was drawing to a close he recognized Dr. Hayashi as the master of Reiki and charged him with keeping the essence of his teachings intact. Dr. Hayashi realizing the importance of a system and record keeping, founded a clinic in Tokyo where people could come for treatment and to learn Reiki. From the clinic there were practitioners who would go out and treat those who could not come to the clinic.
He left records demonstrating that Reiki finds the source of the physical symptoms fills the vibration or energy needed and restores the body to wholeness.

One day in 1935, a young woman from Hawaii was brought to the clinic by an employee of a surgical hospital in Tokyo. This woman Hawayo Takata had come to Japan to have an operation for a tumor. In the hospital as she prepared herself for the surgery, she had a sense that the operation was not necessary and that there was another way. She had been led to Reiki.

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