Reiki_symbol1What makes Usui Shiki Ryoho different than other practices?

The formal designation of this practice is Usui Shiki Ryoho honoring the spiritual lineage of Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi, Hawayo Takata, and Phyllis Lei Furumoto.  The lineage traces the development of this particular practice to the present day.

The form of practice is not able to be shared in writing as it is an oral tradition.  This is one of the differences from some of the other forms of practice.


When being treated for a chronic (long term) condition, the suggested program is to have 4 formal treatments in four consecutive days. After this preparation of the body, the ideal is to continue with daily treatments until the condition changes or the recipient needs to have a short break in the treatments to integrate. Chronic conditions take years to develop, and though there are reports of miraculous shifts of physical symptoms, it can take many months for the person to work through all the different phases of the healing process.

For accidents, shock, and injury, the recommended treatment plan is to apply Reiki as quickly as possible for as long as is possible. For instance, having burned oneself on the stove while cooking, turning the stove off and having Reiki applied immediately to the burned area for as long as the sensation of burning persists will often alleviate any other signs of the burn.

Since Reiki is done energetically, treatments can be administered either in person in a professional setting or distance sessions done at a mutually agreed time.

The cost of either in-person or distance sessions are $100 per hour.

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