Training Courses



Japanese Reiki or Jikiden Reiki for Natural Healing

Jikiden Reiki for Natural Healing: Physical and Psychological Treatments.

For a relaxing natural healing session of Jikiden Reiki, the original form of Japanese Reiki, please contact Dr Melanie Jones (PhD) at Paradise Clinic, Kemnay, 01467 642 114 or 07896 047 660, drjones@paradiseclinic.co.uk

 About Jikiden Reiki

Jikiden Reiki can be used for minor illnesses such as coughs and colds, headaches and tummy bugs. It appears to accelerate the natural healing process for injuries such as cuts, grazes and bruises and even burns. Reiki Practitioners and parents who have learnt Reiki in order to treat their own children have reported interesting results on various childhood diseases, ear ache, growing pains and temper tantrums. Acute problems such as infections may shift easily and quickly, and even long-term sufferers of chronic diseases may find some relief from their condition.

Preventative healthcare is where Reiki really comes into its own. Jikiden Reiki aims to break down toxins and aid the body in eliminating the toxins that may underlie many health conditions. If we address the accumulations of toxins and unhelpful mental states that eventually result in disease at an early stage, potentially we never need become ill at all.

About Jikiden Reiki

'Jikiden' means 'directly transmitted' from the founder of Reiki, Mikao Usui, and Dr Chujiro Hayashi, his student. Pure Japanese Reiki, nothing added, nothing taken away, and taught with the original intentions behind it.    

Jikiden Reiki is Reiki as it was originally taught in Japan. It is pure, simple, and considered extremely effective with over 65 years of experience behind it.

In the West, we had believed for a long time that Reiki had died out in Japan. The news that Chiyoko Yamaguchi had learnt directly from one of the original teachers, and was willing to share her insights, caused a stir in the Western Reiki world. We can now have access to the original concepts and the specifically Japanese background of Reiki practice.

What happens in a Reiki Treatment

A standard treatment normally lasts around 60 minutes, but may be given for up to 90 minutes per session if necessary. The practitioner places their hands on your fully clothed body. We normally start a treatment by giving Reiki to the head for quite a while, and then work in those areas that need Reiki the most. (Note, we do not follow a set of standard hand positions, as is practised in Western Reiki, but immediately go to the hot spots and stay there for as long as is needed). Jikiden Reiki practitioners are trained to find these areas observing and interpreting the sensations we feel in our hands. “Directing Reiki energy directly to those areas with high accumulations of toxins tends to get fast and effective results.” Gisela Stewart, Jikiden Reiki Teacher. www.yourhealthinsafehands.co.uk

What will I feel during and after Reiki

“Everyone's experience of Reiki is unique. Most people find Reiki profoundly relaxing. This effect of inner calm often lasts long after the session is over. Occasionally, deeply held emotions may rise up, or physical symptoms may briefly get worse before they improve. This is seen as a sign that the healing process is working. Usually, this process is very gentle and many clients feel positively energised after a Reiki session.”

The Benefits of learning Shin Shin Kaizen Usui Reiki Ryoho: The Usui Reiki treatment method for the improvement of body and mind.

Once trained in Reiki, this is a resource that you have for the rest of your life to use in whichever way you choose: to keep your batteries charged and enjoy life fully, to return too or maintain your own good health, to help out your family and people close to you, or to become a professional practitioner, giving Reiki treatments to others. In so many ways, Reiki is a wonderful tool for personal growth and a gift to anyone touched by it.

Would you like to learn how to use Jikiden Reiki?

Paradise Clinic in Kemnay organises Jikiden Reiki Courses. We aim to run two courses a year in the NE of Scotland, usually March and October. Contact Dr Melanie Jones 01467 642114, 07896 047 660 drjones@paradiseclinic.co.uk in the first instance to see if there are places available on the next course.

A brief summary of the course is given below. For more detailed information you should contact Gisela Stewart the teacher on both courses (www.yourhealthinsafehands.co.uk): please phone 01896 870781 or email gisela.stewart@btinternet.com Please tell Gisela that you got her details from my website!

Shoden Level of Jikiden Reiki

At the Shoden level or first level of Jikiden Reiki you will receive 3 Reiju (attunements) and learn how to use Reiki to treat any physical condition, disease or injury.

The content of the 2-day workshop includes:

  • What Reiki is and how it works in conjunction with the body’s natural healing systems
  • How to give Reiki treatments in professional & domestic situations
  • The history of Reiki and the meaning and background to the Japanese characters, terms and 1 symbol
  • How to detect and treat areas with high concentrations of toxins (the concept of byosen)
  • First aid techniques using koki, gyoshi & bushu
  • The Blood Rejuvenation technique (Ketsueki Kokan)
  • Exercises to practise and develop your sensitivity (Hatsurei Ho)
  • Practice giving Reiki treatments?

Okuden Level of Jikiden Reiki

At Okuden level, you learn psychological & distance healing. You will also gain a deeper understanding of Reiki, learn 2 more symbols and their essential background, and receive 2 further Reiju.

In Jikiden Reiki, we practise and teach a psychological treatment method, designed to help you let go of deeply ingrained and unhelpful mental patterns. It aims to work on the client's conscious and subconscious self, where change, which may otherwise seem difficult, is possible. The psychological healing method (Sei Heki Chiryo) provides a way to help you through difficult times or issues, e.g. fears, stress, anxiety, phobias, worry, anger, depression, addiction, eating disorders, severe trauma, insomnia, nervousness at speaking in public, smoking … the list is endless. Generally, the more long-term the issue, the longer it takes to resolve. Some positive effects can usually be felt from the outset.

Please also check out the national web-site for further information on how to become a Jikiden Reiki teacher (Shihan Kaku and Shihan): website jikidenreiki.co.uk (Look up Further Study in the Training section).

Training in Reflexology & Japanese Reiki at Paradise Clinic, Kemnay, Aberdeenshire.

If you are interested in Reflexology Training please contact Melanie for the next available course. If Melanie is not running any courses she can direct you to other practitioners that are…  Call Melanie on 07896 047 660 or email drjones@paradiseclinic.co.uk for more information.

STOP PRESS: The next Japanese Reiki course starts March 2017. Each course starts on a Friday 6pm-10pm,  Saturday 9am-6pm for Part 1 and Part 2 is on the Sunday March  9-6pm. Information about the course is on this page. Call Melanie Call Melanie on 07896 047 660 for a chat initially and then she will direct you to Gisela Stewart when necessary. 


 



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