Tweet In the last 15 years or so, the popularity of traditional Reiki techniques such as Kenyoku Ho a dry bath , Byosen Reikan Ho a form of scanning for illness or developing your intuition through Reiji Ho, increased greatly! These techniques are very useful to learn and practice. For those interested in learning these techniques, here I share practical tutorials with you. Advertisement The following text and illustration comes from my first degree Reiki manual, an illustrated guidebook explaining the practical aspects of the first Reiki degree. Kenyoku Ho — Learn Spiritual Cleansing After learning more about the Five Reiki Precepts , but before proceeding to more practical aspects of Reiki, you should learn the simplest technique of spiritual cleansing, called Kenyoku Ho. Spiritual cleansing is often neglected by many Reiki practitioners, yet it is an essential element of any spiritual practice.
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Tweet In the last 15 years or so, the popularity of traditional Reiki techniques such as Kenyoku Ho a dry bath , Byosen Reikan Ho a form of scanning for illness or developing your intuition through Reiji Ho, increased greatly! These techniques are very useful to learn and practice. For those interested in learning these techniques, here I share practical tutorials with you.
Advertisement The following text and illustration comes from my first degree Reiki manual, an illustrated guidebook explaining the practical aspects of the first Reiki degree.
Kenyoku Ho — Learn Spiritual Cleansing After learning more about the Five Reiki Precepts , but before proceeding to more practical aspects of Reiki, you should learn the simplest technique of spiritual cleansing, called Kenyoku Ho. Spiritual cleansing is often neglected by many Reiki practitioners, yet it is an essential element of any spiritual practice. While you will learn about simple Kenyoku Ho technique right now, I will provide you with more knowledge about spiritual cleansing at the end of this book.
While Reiki protects both you and your patient from exchanging inner negative energies, your auras still interact with each other, thus cleansing is needed for safety reasons. Later on, I will explain it further, but right now, you should learn that Kenyoku Ho cleanse these unpleasant energies in a simple way.
Comment: From a more traditional perspective, Kenyoku Ho is meant to cleanse the upper body meridians and support both the healing process and increase the flow of energies, for example, before a Reiki treatment. This technique should be used before and after a Reiki treatment. The Practice of Kenyoku Ho Intend for your hands to collect the negative energies from your aura. Use your right hand to stroke from your left shoulder down to your right hip, and while doing so, collect the energy.
Repeat the step 3 with your left hand. Repeat the steps 2 and 3. Use your left hand to stroke from your right wrist to the tips of your right hand fingers. Imagine a connection between you and the candle, and visualize big scissors that cut this connection. After completing this technique, you can begin the process of scanning and figuring out, where Reiki is needed the most.
It can be done through two techniques — Byosen and Reiji Ho. Kenyoku Ho — a Reiki dry bath technique. These anomalies are the areas that require most Reiki healing. When you will perform a full healing session later, focus on these areas more.
Put more time to sending energy into these areas. This is Reiki — by Frank Petter Comment: this way of doing and explaining Byosen scanning is the simplest way to do so.
Every person is sensitive to the energies of the aura and energy body. Still, everyone sense things differently. The patient might share some information with you, so you can assign these findings to your feelings. This is how knowledge and experience are gained. The Practice of the Byosen Byosen can be performed right before the Reiki treatment.
Relax and clear your mind. The regular practice of the Gassho meditation should help you with that. Place your most sensitive hand above the person. Begin to scan — move your hand over the person. It might take few minutes to do so. If you sense some energetic anomalies, note the place in your mind and move on.
During the treatment, you will focus on these anomalous areas intensively. Your most sensitive hand is the hand that feels the energies better — you can figure this out through experimentation, which you can perform on your friends or family members. Choose one hand, and scan for energetic anomalies. When you find one, place your second hand above the anomaly and see if it can sense it better or worse.
Repeat this exercise few times, and you will figure out which one of your hands is more sensitive to energies. Mikao Usui never really used the hands positions as we know them today. He used to tell to send Reiki to head, shoulders, stomach, hands and legs, but the modern hands positions have been developed by Hayashi, Takata and modern teachers.
Mikao Usui used to focus purely on his own intuition. The Reiji Ho teaches how to use your own intuition. What is Intuition? They are too busy with their daily worries, concerns and fears. Reiki practice heals these loud voices by helping you relax through self-healing practice. It helps you put your mind at peace through Gassho meditation. And it helps you find safety in the material world through the practice of Joshin Kokyu Ho.
You receive guidance, so you act upon your intuitive feelings, and this leads to lessons, experiences and positive events. This makes you see that Reiki works, so you practice more. And because of this, you can hear your intuition more often, which leads you to more and more positive experiences.
With time, after many lessons and experiences, you find your inner peace and happiness. This is how the intuition and Reiki walk side by side in the life of the practitioner. The more you practice Reiki, the easier it is to hear your intuition. And the more you listen to your intuition, the better your life becomes.
The Practice of Reiji Ho While intuition develops on its own because of regular practice, the Reiji Ho technique is meant to be used primary for the purpose of Reiki treatments. Before you start the treatment, you perform Reiji Ho, and because of this, you know where you should place your hands for the treatment to be most effective. You do not have to ask the person what hurts or what seems to be the problem — Reiki will guide you. The Reiji Ho is quite simple.
Close your eyes and relax. Form your hands into Gassho mudra and place them in front of your heart. Open yourself to the flow of Reiki. After few seconds, move your hands, still formed in the Gassho mudra, to your forehead.
Touch your forehead and ask Reiki for guidance. The intuitive guidance might come in many forms. For example, if you see a kidney, place your hands upon kidneys. You may think of an area of the body — within microseconds, the body part will pop up in your head. Place your hands there.
For example, if you think of a right leg, place your hands on the right leg. You may hear the name of the body part — our mind works in mysterious ways.
And then — channel Reiki like you always do. In case of intuition, what matters the most is acting instead of thinking. Do not analyze, but act upon the very first things that come to you. This is your intuitive guidance. Normally, students are taught that they should channel Reiki for each hand position from 3 to 5 minutes. I advise to do so, but know this — if you feel, through your intuition that you should channel the energy longer than 5 minutes, then do so.
It just happens. But you will know what, and when it must be done — this is the best part of intuition — you just know things. Intuition on the Path of Spiritual Growth Intuition is important, not just for the practice of Reiki, but for your entire spiritual development.
A lot of people rely on teachers, masters and gurus, listening to their words. The more beneficial thing to do is to ask yourself what must be done — because you know it. Or should I say, your intuition knows it — you just need to learn how to listen. By listening to your intuition, you open yourself to the flow of Kaji — a spiritual force that guides you through your spiritual growth. Your intuition guides you to the best teachers, best books, best workshops, best events and experiences, all of which are lessons, meant to help you with your own life.
But to do so, one must learn how to put the mind at a state of peace. You can achieve this through a regular practice of the Gassho meditation. If you enjoyed this article, please, share it with your friends.
Byosen Reikan Ho (Scanning)
This week I am giving some useful tips on how to develop mindfulness and utilise Gassho Meiso Meditation so that we know what we are feeling within ourselves and how this benefits us when doing Byosen Reikan Ho. Whenever there is a disease in a person there will always be sensations in their energy field referred to in Japanese as hibiki meaning resonance. The premise being that if something exists on the physical level it will also exist on subtler levels either as an emotion in the emotional body, an idea or thought in the mental body or an energy signature in the etheric body. It is my experience that in order to be aware of these Hibiki during a treatment one has to become mindful of the present moment.
Understanding Byosen Scanning, Part II
Gojora Notice every little thing. These anomalies are the areas that require most Reiki healing. Both Usui sensei and Hayashi sensei gave their beginner students handbooks that explained hand positions to be used for the most common ailments of that time. Before you start the treatment, you perform Reiji Ho, and because of this, you know where you should place your hands for the treatment to be most effective.