Discover Historic Origins of Japanese Reiki with Jikiden Reiki Courses

Discover Historic Origins of Japanese Reiki with Jikiden Reiki Courses

Are you curious to Discover Historic Origins of Japanese Reiki and learn more about the Origins of Reiki? and more importantly the historical facts behind the Shin Shin Kaizen Usui Reiki Ryoho – Usui Reiki Treatment Method for Improvement of Body and Mind.

I was very lucky to visit Japan again this year and I was able to explore lots of the historic, cultural sites linked with Reiki. There are hundreds of Temples in Kyoto, and Toji Temple is where Kobo Daishi Kukai (774-835) founder of Shingon Buddhism is commemorated, and during his lifetime, Monk Kukai made Toji Temple the main centre for Esoteric Buddhism.

I picked up one of ‘teachings for the day’ whilst I was there and thought I would share it with you, I hope you like it.

‘Committing wrongdoings makes one gloomy, while doing good deeds makes one cheerful’. (Shoryoshu No. 8)

One who commits wrongdoings has a gloomy face, while one who does good deeds has a cheerful face and one’s whole body radiates. One’s heart naturally shows itself to the outside. The smile of the one who has overcome hardships emits refined and quiet rays of light. One’s face does not conceal whether one’s true nature is genuine or not.

Toji Temple, Kyoto, April 1st 2014

If this has made a difference to your day, that is wonderful! Perhaps it may even have intrigued you a little and sparked a desire in you to find out more about the Origins of Authentic Japanese Reiki. If this is the case, I would love to welcome you to discover Historic Origins of Japanese Reiki  with our Jikiden Reiki Courses in Hampshire, UK.

Contact Debbie by email at debbie@jikidenreikihealing.co.uk or call me on 07809615778.

Much Love

Debbie x

 

 

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