Reiki Master Richard Casey with Reiki Master Kara Tiede-Kabir
Reiki is instinctive in ALL of us to know how to use Reiki. It is innate to place our hands over an injury. Traditionally, the Usui System of Natural Healing lineage is composed of three levels; each level represents a deepening commitment to one's self, as well as the practice of Reiki. The three levels in the traditional discipline are First Degree, Sho Den; Second Degree, Oku Den; and Mastery.
First Degree: Sho Den
This is the first level of commitment and practice in the Usui System of Natural Healing. In this level, a student comes to understand the history of lineage, the form of the practice and is attuned to the level of practitioner. Upon the completion of the Sho Den the certified practitioner is certified to offer the discipline in a hands on way to themselves and others.
Second Degree: Oku Den
This is the second level of commitment and practice in this system. Not all who complete the Sho Den will move on to the Oku Den. Students come into this level through guidance and inspiration. This is a level that represents deeper knowledge of the discipline and practice. The second degree attunement also confers a broader experience of the energy of Reiki and use of symbols or tools for distant treatment and deeper alignment.
A Master in the Usui System of Natural Healing is one who has dedicated their life to the discipline. There is a commitment to the teachings, practice and support of students and the maintenance of the traditions. Although Mastery can encompass a wide range of personal expression, the fundamental commitment of a Master's life is the discipline.
Friday, June 2 - Saturday, June 3, 2017
Sunday, June 4, 2017