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Preparing for Reiki Training

How to Prepare for the Reiki Training

  1. A week or so prior to the training it would be advisable to balance your chakras and cleanse the aura with a Reiki treatment by a Reiki Master.
  2. A few days before the training it’s advisable to take a few minutes every day to sit in stillness and make an intention to open yourself up to the Reiki energy that you will be receiving during the attunement. The practice of meditation would be helpful too.
  3. Avoid stress or strenuous physical activity a day or two preceding the class, and care for a good night's sleep the night before class.
  4. It is recommendable to fast or to avoid meats, alcohol, nicotine and caffeine or other substances that may interfere with your state of mind or energy level on the day of class a week or at least about three days prior to the training.
  5. These preparations will help you to be as well prepared and open as possible to receiving the attunements to open your channels, and to increase your vibrational level for more effective healing.
  6. My classes are generally on the weekend, and I recommend that students clear their schedules for the rest of the day of the training, and to take it easy the following day if possible in order to fully process the energy received during the attunements and class. I do this as well, because as a Reiki Master Teacher, I channel high levels of energy during the attunements and throughout the class.
  7. If you are a Level I Reiki student who would like to advance your practice, learn distance healing techniques, and/or become a professional practitioner for emotional, mental and spiritual too, you will want to take Level II Reiki training.
  8. When preparing for Level II Reiki training, it is important to you have a good amount of practice using the Level I skills you have been taught. In fact, students do best when you have the opportunity to experiment and work with the Reiki energy for a while before moving to Level II. In my classes, I require Level II students to have successfully completed the Level I class and to have practiced with the Level I skills for at least two months and have done at least ten hands-on treatments, preferably on ten different people. Remember that you’ll be offering professional treatments after the Level II attunements and class.
  9. If you are a Level II Reiki Practitioner and interested in advancing your practice to the highest level, and to progress your spiritual growth you’ll want to do the Reiki Master Level. I take on Reiki Master students by application only. I usually only accept students who have trained with me for the first two levels as I can guarantee that they received good foundational skills and a strong attunement for their new profession.
  10. If you want to become a Reiki Master Teacher, you will want to take Reiki Master Teacher training a year after your Reiki Master Level and as many hands-on training as you possibly can do in this time. The energy levels, experience and confidence increase according to the number of hands-on treatments given and especially strong when given treatments to more different clients with different illnesses possible. The more experience you get the more information you’ll be able to sense, receive or “know” about your client. Some practitioners may be ready to teach before a year. In fact, when different people start asking you if you teach Reiki, start preparing yourself because that’s your first sign that you’re ready.

Last Updated (Monday, 30 December 2013 17:48)


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