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Subscribe to our free Reiki eZine and receive a copy every three months, plus the occasional extra mailing.

We publish a free Reiki ‘eZine’ (newsletter sent by e-mail) every three months. It is sent to all our students and to a large list of other subscribers, currently totalling about 13,000 people in various countries.

Click here to see what our newsletters are like. They are published at the beginning of February, May, August and November. The eZine will sometimes contain an article written by Taggart and will also contain details of new courses and resources to help you in your practice of Reiki, as well as comments and occasional Reiki news items. They are suitable for people who are finding out about Reiki for the first time, Reiki practitioners and Reiki teachers.

As well as the basic four newsletters a year, we may well send you additional e-mails if we have any new courses or resources or ideas that we think will help you with your practice of Reiki.

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Listen to some free Reiki meditations

When you sign up for the Reiki Evolution eZine you can download two Reiki meditations:

Taggart’s “Releasing exercise”

In all Reiki lineages, the first three precepts are shown as, “Just for today, do not anger, do not worry”, and they are a really important part of Reiki practice. Taggart has developed a way of using Reiki as a ‘carrier’, to allow practitioners to release their anger and their worry in an energetic form, using the guided meditation that you can hear on this podcast. Use this brief meditation every day to release and residual anger or worry from your system, and give yourself a good spring clean!

Reiki chakra meditation

Working with the chakras has ended up being taught quite commonly on Reiki courses, mainly because Reiki spent a long time travelling with the New Age movement and picked up New Age ideas like chakras, Angels, Spirit guides and the like, even though this wouldn’t have been part of the original system that Usui taught, or even the system that Dr Hayashi passed on to Mrs Takata. So we don’t really focus on chakras at Reiki Evolution: we focus on the Tanden (Dantien in Chinese), an energy centre in the abdomen. But in any case, lots of Reiki people do chakra meditations and like chakra meditations so I thought I would put together a guided meditation for you, but with a bit of a “Reiki Evolution twist” to it. I hope you like it.

 

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Subscribe to our free Reiki eZine and receive a copy of our three free guides to Reiki.

We have put together these Reiki guides for you to read at your leisure, on your own PC, rather than having to be online all the time. You can see what they cover below. To access your guides all you need to do is to subscribe to our Reiki eZine and you can be reading them in minutes.

This is what is in your three free guides…

Quick Guide to ReikiChoosing a Reiki TeacherGuide to Original Japanese Reiki
  • What is Reiki?
  • Where does it come from?
  • What is it like to give and receive Reiki?
  • What can Reiki treatments do for people?
  • How can being attuned to Reiki affect me?
  • How is Reiki taught?
  • How can I make Reiki part of my life?
  • 3,400 words in a simple conversational style
  • Price and Location
  • Manuals
  • Course Schedule
  • Number of Students on Course
  • Delay between taking First and Second Degree
  • Ongoing Support
  • Japanese Reiki Techniques
  • 1,000 words
  • Mikao Usui’s Surviving Students
  • The ‘Gakkai’ Myth
  • Dr Usui’s Handbook?
  • Origins of Usui’s System
  • Shoden Training
  • Okuden Training
  • Shinpiden Training
  • Kotodama, or Jumon
  • Meditations
  • Treatment Techniques
  • 1,900 words