I’m often asked, “How can I prepare before Reiki Level Two, Reiki Level 3a or Mastership?”

It’s a good question.

If there’s been a significant amount of time between Reiki Level One,Reiki Level Two, and Reiki Level 3a, below are some simple steps to help you reconnect with Reiki.

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7 simple steps to help you prepare for your next Reiki course.

Start them the week before your Reiki class begins.

Day One:

Practice self Reiki daily from now leading up to the course. Ten minutes on your hara will help align you with Reiki energy making you feel more balanced and centred.

Day Two:

Practice Gassho meditation for 10 minutes or more. You will find this outlined in your Reiki Level One manual.

Day Three:

Practice Hatsurei-ho for 10 minutes or more. You will find this outlined in your Reiki Level Two manual.

Day Four:

Practice Ki building and clearing exercises for 10 minutes or more. You will find this outlined in your Reiki Level One Manual.

Day Five:

Reconnect with the Reiki principles in your daily life.

Day Six:

Be gratefukl for Reiki. Reflect on the changes that have occurred in your life since learning Reiki Level One.

Day Seven:

Be kind to yourself. If possible, have some downtime before the course.

Additional tips:

– Re-do the exercises that appeal to you from your Reiki Level One 21 day e-program.

– Arrive well hydrated.

– Don’t worry if you don’t complete all of the steps. Part of Reiki practice is about being kind to yourself and trusting in Reiki energy.

If you have completed Reiki Level One or Two elsewhere that’s fine. Follow the steps above as best you can. If you’re not familiar with the exercises, we cover them again during your Reiki training.

I look forward to teaching you Reiki Level Two, Reiki Level 3a or Mastership.


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