Tadao Yamaguchi speaks in Edinburgh!

You’ve heard about Reiki, and want to know more about this simple,yet effective energy healing modality. You’ve trained in Reiki, but found some of the information confusing or contradictory. Perhaps you are a medical or care professional open to holistic ways of bringing about health?

You are warmly invited to learn more about the origins and benefits of authentic Japanese Reiki practice from a world leading authority in this area:

Tadao Yamaguchi will speak about his experience growing up with Reiki only & about his family’s close links to the founder of Reiki practice. How they were ‘discovered’ by Westerners, who had long been looking for the information that the Yamaguchis possessed & why they decided to share this authentic knowledge. Along the way, Yamaguchi sensei will give unique insight into Japanese Reiki practice using many examples of how Reiki can be used to improve health from his family’s extensive treatment experience. www.jikidenreiki.co.uk

Tadao Yamaguchi teaching Jikiden Reiki

Did you know

  • that the Japanese Navy used Reiki on their ships (saving precious space that otherwise would have been taken up by medical supplies)?
  • that several of Mikao Usui’s students were high ranking Naval officers, which together with the fact that Reiki stations were available in several naval ports ensured Reiki’s quick success in Japan?
  • that the early Reiki seminars in Japan in the 1930s were attended by many midwives and mothers, who used Reiki with young children?

For more interesting Reiki facts, don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to meet Yamaguchi sensei, recognised by many as the leading authority on Reiki today.

Venue: Edinburgh Theosophical Society, 28 Great King Street
Date: 27th July 2011
Time: 7pm – 9.30 pm. 45min to 1hour talk, with time for questions and discussion
translated by Rika Tanaka
event organiser: gisela.stewart@btinternet.com, 01896 870781,www.jikidenreikiscotland.co.uk

Proceeds of the evening will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support


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