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History of Hawayo Takata

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Hawayo Takata was born on Kawai Flower Island in the Hawaiian archipelago on December 24, 1900. The daughter of Japanese parents, who had left Japan in search of a better life, she had a weak physical structure which prevented her from working as effectively in the crop as her parents, of more robust physical complexion.

Hawaii, now the 50th U.S. state, was invaded and annexed by the United States in 1898. The archipelago had in the late nineteenth and early twentieth ...

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The story of Chujiro Hayashi

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Chujiro Hayashi, second master in the usui lineage, was born on September 15, 1880, into a family of material possessions and social influence.

A doctor and commander of the Imperial Japanese Navy, he met Mikao Usui while attending one of his conferences. After this event, he learned Reiki from Usui and became one of his most devoted disciples. He graduated from Reiki in 1925, having been one of the 17 masters that Usui trained from among his more than 2000 students. ...

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Kenyoku Ho – Dry bath technique

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This technique, performed at the end of each Reiki treatment, serves to harmonize the energy of reikian as well as to cut off all kinds of emotional connections existing between the therapist and the patient. Here’s how to practice:

1 – Place your right hand open, with your fingers together and your palm facing your body, on your left shoulder so that the ends of the fingers are on your shoulder and slide the same hand downwards ...

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