The most comprehensive book on the system of Reiki ever published, this book will become an invaluable asset for Reiki novices, students and teachers alike. Bringing together every important piece of information that has been taught, discussed or written about Reiki since its development in the ealy 1900s, it includes information from sources such as living students of the Reiki masters, Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi and Hawayo Takata. With an introduction for beginners and a chronological history of Reiki that answers questions like 'where did the attunement process come from?' and 'Which hand positions are correct?' it explains and illustrates techniques from both Japan and the West. A comprehensive glossary and directory of all Reiki organisations make this the definitive manual for anyone with a particular interest in Reiki or a more general interest in alternative health.
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 502 g
Dimensions: 216 x 143 x 25 mm
The Reiki Sourcebook is a great general resource that should be on every Reiki practitioner's bookshelf. Topics explored range from basic information and the history of Reiki through courses and an explanation of the complexity of lineages to specific Japanese and Western Reiki techniques. Tami Brady- TCM Reviews