healing Art of Reiki
with Usui Reiki Master/Teacher Silke Tyler
In Clarksville TN
Reiki, which means Universal Life Energy, was discovered and developed by Dr. Mikao Usui in 1922 while on a 21 day retreat at Mt. Kurama, Japan. A great and powerful spiritual light entered the top of his head and he had an enlightening experience.
Becoming attuned to Reiki is an initiation into the beautiful frequency of the universal life force or Ki that is always present and to which we always have access. Everything that has life has Ki. There are many different ways of accessing this energy and one path is through an attunement, The person who is attuned to Reiki has had his/her body’s energy channels opened and cleared and is connected to source energy. This now allows the person to receive an increase in Ki for his/her own healing as well as assisting the healing of others.
Students experience different sensations during the attunement process and there are as many different experiences as there are students. From the first moment after completing the attunement the energy will be available whenever the person connects with the healing energy by intending for it to flow. To learn more about what an attunement is like, click here.
The path to Reiki Master begins with Reiki 1 class, during which the students will receive their first attunement and learn how to heal themselves and others through traditional Japanese and other techniques. Upon completion of the first Degree Reiki training the student will be a certified Reiki 1 practitioner. The first Degree Reiki training can be followed 3 months later with the second Degree or Reiki 2 training, where the student is introduced and attuned to the Reiki 2 symbols which have specific frequencies and uses. This enables the Reiki 2 practitioner to send healing long distance among other things. Each attunement and level raises the vibration of the person and prepares their energy field for Reiki Master. It is a sacred journey of self discovery and healing in order to assist others on their path.