Reiki healing


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  1. Reiki levels: Reiki is typically taught in three levels or degrees, each building upon the previous one. Make sure the course covers the level you are interested in, whether it’s Level 1, Level 2, or Master/Teacher Level.
  2. Course structure and format: Consider whether you prefer an in-person, online, or hybrid course format, and whether you want a self-paced or instructor-led course.
  3. Course content: Look for a course that covers the basics of Reiki, such as the history, principles, and hand positions, as well as advanced techniques, such as distance healing and chakra balancing.
  4. Course materials: Check if the course includes any course materials, such as textbooks, manuals, or audio/video recordings, to help you study and practice Reiki on your own.
  5. Certification: Find out if the course provides a certification upon completion, and whether it’s recognized by a reputable Reiki organization, such as the International Association of Reiki Professionals (IARP) or the International Center for Reiki Training (ICRT).
  6. Instructor credentials: Make sure the instructor has the necessary credentials and experience to teach Reiki, such as being a Reiki Master/Teacher or having a background in energy healing.
  7. Cost: Consider the cost of the course, including any additional expenses, such as course materials or travel, and whether it fits within your budget.

Remember, learning Reiki is a personal journey that requires practice, dedication, and a commitment to self-care and spiritual growth. Choose a course that resonates with you and aligns with your goals and values.



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