Gendai Reiki Ho South Africa

Gendai Reiki Ho South Africa


These are the Essence or summarised material taught in the Gendai Reiki Ho Healing Association in Japan.

Gendai Reiki Ho means "Modern Reiki Method for Healing". Hiroshi Doi-sensei has chosen this as his focus for Reiki teaching and integrates training information and methods from Usui-sensei's original Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai (learning society) as well as modern forms of Reiki that he has learned from Western based teachings. Doi-sensei calls his society "Gendai Reiki Healing Kyokai (association).

The Gendai Reiki Ho system consists of 4 levels: Shoden, Okuden, Shinpiden and Gokuikaiden (highest level). Those who complete the one day Gokuikaiden training are certified as Shihan (master). However, it is expected you will continue to train and interact with your teacher as you develop your own school of teaching. In Japan, you would attend monthly Shuyo-kai or training sessions and assist Doi-sensei with other students. While this may not be possible for you with your own teacher, you can take advantage of any interaction or events that your teacher offers you to help you grow as a teacher.

Normally when Doi-sensei give Reiki classes he usually teaches Shoden and Okuden in a one day class, Shinpiden in a one day class and Gokuikaiden in a one day class. Once you take a class, you can attend the classes for the levels you already learned, as many time as you wish, free of charge. So it is through repetition that you gain more experience and knowledge.

The Gokuikaiden class includes information specific to the Level IV training, as well as instruction in the Gendai Reiki Ho attunement procedures, including the special integrated attunement given to the students of this class.


May all beings always have happiness and the causes of happiness.

May they be free from suffering and the causes of suffering.

May each one be never separate from the true happiness, which has no suffering.

May they always act with understanding of the great impartiality,

free from attachment to close ones and aversion to others.

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