Shinpiden (Master Level)

Master Level of Usui’s Method of Energy Healing

24 to 36 hours @ R5400 (one-on-one training R8100) — Incl. comprehensive manuals, extra notes where applicable, refreshments and certificate.

Shinpiden is the Japanese word for ‘mystery teachings’. It is aimed at Level II practitioners and/or established Reiki Masters who wish to continue their personal journey, a journey that is ongoing long after you complete the Shinpiden course. It is therefore not just about teaching and is even suitable for those who wish to simply develop their personal Reiki practise and occasionally teach those around them.

Self-empowerment is attained in Shinpiden through a strong energetic connection to the source of Reiki. It is also the result of the confidence you will feel as a result of your thorough knowledge of Reiki — how it works, what all the variations on Reiki actually are, where Reiki stands in the world today, the Japanese shirusi (symbols), jumon (mantras) and kuji-in (gestures) and their connection to Japanese philosophies and what the origin of the spiritual nature of Reiki is.

One of the major focuses of this course is to tap into the sense that you are, and always were, a great, bright light. Learn the physical features of the attunement and reiju as well as its esoteric understandings. Be guided with your spiritual practice and see how it can now become totally integrated into your everyday life. Develop further your personal knowledge and experience of the concept of Oneness. This is essential for successful performing of the attunement and reiju.

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What makes this Reiki Shinpiden course different?

The Reiki Shinpiden training for Module One include the following:

  • What is Reiki?
  • Characteristics of Reiki
  • Benefits of Reiki
  • History of Reiki
  • Reiki Precepts
  • Reiki Self treatment
  • Seated Reiki Treatment (for treating others)
  • Reclined Reiki treatment (for treating others)
  • Kakunin In (gestures or mudras). Masters can optionally teach one or two of the kuji-in to their
  • Shoden students or can keep it for Reiki Master Practitioner / Teacher students
  • Byosen Reikan Ho (a technique used to scan the body for imbalances)
  • Hatsurei Ho (a meditation to enhance the student’s flow of Ki (Qi) and to help students to feel and experience Ki (Qi))
  • Jakikiri Joka Ho (a method for cleansing inanimate objects)
  • Nentatsu Ho (a technique for breaking bad habits and/or negative thought patterns)
  • Reiki Mawashi (a technique for building up Ki (Qi) between people)
  • Suchu Reiki (a technique where more than one Reiki Practitioner work on one person)
  • Chakra balance
  • Various meditations and some Kikou (Qigong) exercises
  • Teaching skills
  • Reiju
  • and more…

NB. Although a large portion of this module focuses on the Reiki Shoden teachings a lot of new material will be covered that students have not learned during their Shoden training. Students experience all the elements they learned before on a deeper level as they need to learn what they need to know as Reiki Master Teachers as well as what the students of Reiki Shoden should be taught.

Students are required to do at least one case study and hand in a report.

The Reiki Shinpiden training for Module Two include the following:

  • Reiki Ethics
  • Jumon and Shirushi (Symbols and Mantras). It is important that Reiki Master Students know the symbols and variations on the symbols as they will need these when they perform the attunement
  • Kakunin In (gestures or mudras). Masters can optionally teach this to their Okuden students or can keep it for Reiki Master Practitioner / Teacher students
  • Distance healing
  • Half and Full Body Energy Exchange (a cleansing technique that practitioners can include in a treatment)
  • Hesso Chiryo Ho (technique for healing the navel area that practitioners can include in a treatment)
  • Nadete Chiryo Ho (a stroking technique that practitioners can include in a treatment)
  • Seiheki Chiryo Ho (an “upgrade” of Nentatsu Ho that students learned in Reiki Shoden)
  • Reiji Ho (an “upgrade” of the Byosen scan that students learned in Reiki Shoden)
  • Uchite Chiryo Ho (a patting technique that practitioners can include in a treatment)
  • Some Kikou (Qigong) exercises to strengthen students’ flow of Ki (Qi)
  • Advanced Chakra Balance
  • Room/House/Building cleansing
  • Techniques for manifestation
  • Teaching skills
  • Reiju
  • and more…

NB. Although a large portion of this module focuses on the Reiki Okuden teachings a lot of new material will be covered that students have not learned during their Okuden training. Students experience all the elements they learned before on a deeper level as they need to learn what they need to know as Reiki Master Teachers as well as what the students of Reiki Okuden should be taught.

Students are required to do at least one case study and hand in a report.

The Reiki Shinpiden training for Module Three include the following:

  • Jumon and Shirushi (Symbol and Mantra). Students will be introduced to the Reiki Master Symbol, how to draw it, how to chant the jumon and how to use it. Students are also introduced to the Antahkarana symbol.
  • Toning (using Jumon and the voice as healing tools)
  • Kakunin In (gestures or mudras)
  • Hado Kokyo Ho (a breathing technique that practitioners can use to improve their immune system and to detoxify the blood and body tissues)
  • Sekizui Joka Ibuki Ho (a method of breathing used to cleanse and purify the practitioner’s spinal cord)
  • Hui Yin Breath (a breathing technique to build up greater amounts of Ki (Qi))
  • Re-connection with the Higher Self (a method that practitioners can use to communicating with their higher self during meditation)
  • Crystal Grid (a technique incorporating a crystal grid to send great amounts of Reiki to a person, place or event in the past, present or future)
  • Aura cleansing technique (a technique that can be used by the practitioner for him/herself and for his/her client)
  • Psychic surgery (a method of removing negative energy from the aura
  • Some Kikou (Qigong) exercises to strengthen students’ flow of Ki (Qi)
  • How to perform Reiju (a method of passing Reiki to other people over a period of time (i.e. a long course)). Reiju is not an attunement, but an empowerment.
  • Teaching skills
  • Reiju
  • and more…

Students are required to do at least one case study and hand in a report.

The Reiki Shinpiden training for Module Four include the following:

  • Jumon and Shirushi (Symbol and Mantra). Students will be introduced to 3 symbols that are mainly used during the attunement process they will learn how to draw them, how to chant the jumon and how to use it.
  • Toning (using Jumon and the voice as healing tools)
  • Kakunin In (gestures or mudras)
  • Hado Meiso Ho (a technique to bring practitioners into a deep state of meditation)
  • Sekizui Joka Ibuki Ho (a method of breathing used to cleanse and purify the practitioner’s spinal cord)
  • Violet Breath (a non-traditional breathing technique that can be used by Reiki Masters)
  • Re-connection with the Higher Self (a method that practitioners can use to communicating with their higher self during meditation)
  • Solar Image Training (a method for practitioners to lose dependency on the symbols)
  • Some Kikou (Qigong) exercises to strengthen students’ flow of Ki (Qi)
  • How to perform the Attunement (a method of passing Reiki to other people).
  • Teaching skills
  • Attunement & Reiju
  • and more…

Also included in the training:

  • Comprehensive manuals (Shinpiden Manual; Shirushi, Jumon and Kakunin In Manual; Reiju Manual; Attunement Manual)
  • Extra notes
  • Reiki Shinpiden Certificate
  • Refreshments

The course consists of 24 to 36 training hours. Courses run over a 12 week period (mornings or evenings, one lesson per week) or over 3 to 4 weekends (Saturday and Sunday — full days). Students are encouraged to work with the energy and to practice the techniques learned. Students are also welcome to contact me at any time during the course or after the course should they need guidance, clarity or advice.

Should you require personalised training, one-on-one training or a weekend course, please do not hesitate to contact us

What makes this Reiki Shinpiden course different?

I am a Registered Reiki Master of South Africa