Monday, December 30, 2013

Reiki Juice, Reiki Diet, Reiki Food, Reiki Fruit

Reiki Juice

Takata recommended a diet of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fish and chicken. She also had a home remedy, a drink which she drank and recommended to her clients and stu­dents. (Some of her students called it the Takata Cocktail.) She said it purifies the blood and energizes the whole body. Helen Haberly mentions it in, Reiki: Hawayo Takata's Story, but does not give an actual recipe. Being a juicer, I was curious and experimented with the ingredients. Here's what I came up with:

All ingredients should be organic, but if not, then make sure you wash them with a vegetable wash to remove pesti-cidial residues and chemical sprays (available in most health food stores).

·          1 beet about 2 inches in diameter. You can also include some of the greens. (eg: spinach, Cabbage) (हरी सब्जीई, घास का मैदान)

·         1 tablespoon watercress or about 10 small leaves. (eg जलकुंभी, नींबुई पीला)

·         2 stalks of celery (eg शाक की एक क़िस्म सलाद के लिए, अजमोदा)

·         1 medium carrot (गाजर, प्रलोभन)

·          2 cups purified or spring water. (शुद्ध करना, भूमिगत जल)

·         3-5 minutes Reiki

Chop up all ingredients and place in a high speed blender such as a Vita Mix. Before blending, place your hands on the blender container and give Reiki to the ingre­dients for several minutes. Start the blender and continue giving Reiki until the mixture is liquefied.

In addition to being a blood purifier, this concoction is a powerful detoxifier, especially for the liver, gallbladder and lungs. The affects of this drink are very beneficial, but cau­tion should be exercised when first starting to consume it because it is such a powerful detoxifier.

Drink only about half the juice at first, placing the remain­der in the refrigerator. Wait an hour or more before drinking more to discover how your body will respond to it. Once you've determined the amount that is right for you, it's important that you drink Reiki Juice every day as its benefi­cial effects take place over time. It has a really fresh whole­some flavor but a little on the tart side. Drinking it gives you increased mental clarity, a feeling of lightness, energy and vitality that will only increase as your body detoxifies.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Seven Chakra Healing Meditation Music (साथ चक्रों पर कुण्डलिनी ध्यान)

Seven Chakra Healing Meditation Music 
(साथ चक्रों पर कुण्डलिनी ध्यान) 

Listen to this Beautiful Meditation Music To Raise your Kundalini Power

1- Root Chakra मूलाधार चक्र

2 - Sacral Chakra स्वदिस्थाना चक्र

3 - Solar Plexus Chakra मणिपुर चक्र

4 - Heart Chakra अनहता चक्र

5 - Throat Chakra विशुधी चक्र

6 - Third Eye Chakra आगन चक्र

7 - Crown Chakra शहस्रार चक्र


Kundalini Awakening - कुण्डलिनी अवाकेनिंग

Kundalini Awakening - कुण्डलिनी अवाकेनिंग

Introduction about Kundalini Awaken- Part 1

Instruction about Kundalini Awaken - Part 2

Meditation on Kundalini Awaken - Part 3

Saturday, November 9, 2013

What Are The Responsibilities of a Reiki Healer?

Reiki master or healer is a level of achievement in Reiki. Some people believe that Reiki healer means he mastered the art of Reiki healing. Being a Reiki healer carries a great deal of responsibility that one has to fulfill. A Reiki master has three main responsibilities.

Responsibility To Himself
A healer has to nurture and develop from within. He has to release any negativity from within. In today’s world, one often comes across conflict that one can choose to either take on board or resolve calmly. One may suffer from disease, face negative emotional reactions and suffer from feelings like worry, anger and low self-esteem. A healer should not allow these feelings to fester and grow, but let them go and heal.

A healer has to take care of himself living by Reiki Principles given by the founder of Reiki, Mikao Usui. One has to allow himself Reiki healing every day. Especially one is not of much use to anyone else if he himself is a mess. This responsibility is the hardest to carry out and is an ongoing effort that gets easier with years of practice. Keep going back to teachings of Usui with humble spirit to fulfill this responsibility in a better way.

Responsibility To People and Students
The healer has a major responsibility to the people who come for Reiki. They include members of public who come for treatment and the students who come for initiation and teaching. When someone comes for Reiki treatment, a healer has to explain to the client in detail about Reiki and encourage him to go for it. A Reiki Master has to explain the client about this holistic process and need for several sessions. It helps in healing the symptoms as well as the underlying causes.

When a student approaches a healer for initiation and teaching, it is the beginning of a spiritual and emotional journey. After taking into account the road traveled before by the student, the Reiki healer has to support the student on his exciting new journey with Reiki.

A good Reiki healer will be sensitive to the needs of his students. After the initiation and teaching, a healer can support his student by making himself available to the student and maintaining the regular contact and supervision. The rest is up to how the student responds to his Reiki healer.

Responsibility To Environment
A healer has to care of his environment. He has to be responsible, love unconditionally, and allow the healing radiance to flow wherever it is needed. A Reiki Master has to start each day by asking himself that he is a channel or conduit for Reiki energy and allow it to flow wherever he is. A Reiki Master has to strongly believe that living by the Reiki Principles will earn him decent amount to live happily.

All Reiki healers must follow the Reiki Rules which are given below as a brief description:

  • Absolute confidentiality between a practitioner and the client must be maintained at any cost and no information should be disclosed to an outsider. Anything that is discussed between the two should not be disclosed.
  • A Reiki practitioner should provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere for client sessions.

  • A client should always be treated with respect and honor.

  • A Reiki practitioner must give a description to the client beforehand regarding what the client would experience before, during and after the session.

  • A Reiki practitioner should respect the opinions, views and methods of all other practitioners. He has the freedom to decide to learn from them. He should always give his services rightly.

  • A practitioner should educate clients on the value of Reiki to the clients and make clear that sessions do not guarantee complete healing or recovery.

  • A practitioner should inform the client that Reiki is not a substitute for professional medical care and explain that Reiki treatments are holistic in nature.

  • The healer should find out whether the client is undergoing any medical treatment. If the practitioner thinks that a client requires professional medical attention then he should suggest to the client that he consult a professional medical care provider. Reiki is a wonderful complement to medical treatment and the practitioner must be aware of past, current and ongoing medical treatments of their client.

  • The healer should never diagnose or prescribe treatment to the client or interfere with on going medical treatment.

  • A Reiki Practitioner can never ask his clients to undress. The practitioner should never touch sensitive areas, including genitals or breasts. While healing such parts, he should use only hands-off techniques.

  • A healer should work on his own healing so as to embody and express the essence of Reiki in everything they do.

How to do Meditation - (धयान केसे करे ? - कुण्डलिनी जागरण विडियो !!)


Go depth of the life by watching this video and proceed towards your aim of the life.

Spritual Reality - Part 1

Spritual Reality - Part 2

Spritual Reality - Part 3

Spritual Reality - Part 4

Spritual Reality - Part 5

Spritual Reality - Part 6

So why you are waiting for..............??????????
                             lets go to journey of TRUTH.....

धयान केसे करे ? - कुण्डलिनी जागरण विडियो !! (How to do Meditation)


Go depth of the life by watching this video and proceed towards your aim of the life.

Spritual Reality - Part 1

Spritual Reality - Part 2

Spritual Reality - Part 3

Spritual Reality - Part 4

Spritual Reality - Part 5

Spritual Reality - Part 6

So why you are waiting for..............??????????
                             lets go to journey of TRUTH

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Hand Position for Healing - Reiki Healing


Front of Body


Back of Body



Front of Body


Back of Body

History of Reiki

1802-1883 (approximate dates given)

Dr. Mikao Usui, or Usui Sensei as he is called by his students in Japan, is the founder of the Usui System of Reiki. He was born on August 15, 1865 in the village of Yago in the Yamagata district of Gifu prefecture, Japan. Usui Sensei had an avid interest in learning and worked hard at his studies. He traveled to Europe and China to further his education. His curriculum included medicine, psychology and religion. It is thought that he was from a wealthy family as in Japan only the wealthy could afford to send their children to school. Eventually he became the secretary to Pei Gotoushin, head of the department of health and welfare who later became the Mayor of Tokyo. The connections Usui Sensei made at this job helped him to become a successful businessman.

The history of Reiki goes back to the teachings of Dr. Makio Usui, in the late 1800's, the founder of Reiki. His teaching have been passed down in woral and written traditions. Dr. Usui looked for a way to heal through the 'light of God' which is the way Jesus had healed. This set him on a journey of many years.

Studying first at Christian schools in the US, for where else to learn of Jesus, but with no results. In the Christian schools the method was not known. It was suggested he study Buddhist writings since the Buddh had also healed. This took more years studying at a monastary in the Orient. Nowhere could he find the answers.

In Japan he toured many temples asking for knowledge of how the Buddha had healed. At each one the priests said they were more concerned with spiritual than physical well being. In one small monastary he found some ancient Sanskrit writings from India (or perhaps Tibet).

After a few more years of study, he felt he had come to an understanding and that to go further required indepth meditation. He declared to the monks of this monastary his intention to fast and meditate for 21 days at a nearby mountain - Mount Koriyama - a mountain known as an excellent place for meditation.

He told the Monk, "If I do not some back on the night of the twenty-first day. on the twenty-second morning. send out a search party to find my body. I will be dead. I shall go through this meditation without food - only water."
He climbed the mountain. He went to the mountain and gathered 21 stones with which to count the days. Each day he would throw away a stone and in this way count the time. On the 20th day nothing had come as yet and he threw away the last stone saying, "Well, this is it, either I get the answer tonight or I do not".

In the night on the horizon he could see a ball of light coming towards him. The first instinct was to get out of the way, but he realized this might just be what he was waiting for, so allowed it to hit him right in the forehead. As it struck him he was taken on a journey and shown bubbles of all the colors of the rainbow in which were the symbols of Reiki, the very same symbols in the Tibetan writings he was studying but had been unable to understand.

Millions and millions of bubbles danced before him, then moved to his left. Usui counted seven colors. "I was blessed today!" A great white light came from his right. Golden symbols appeared, one after another. They radiated out in front of him, like on a movie screen, as if to say, "Remember! Remember!" As he watched them, there was total understanding.

He dusted himself off, picked up his cane and straw hat, then took the first steps of his twenty-five mile trek to Kyoto. The Zen monks were expecting him at the temple by sundown. He was surprised that he hadn't died of starvation and didn't feel hungry anymore. "This was indeed a miracle," he thought.

Near the foot of the mountain, Dr Usui stubbed a big toe on a rock. The blow lifted the toenail. Blood spurted out. The pain thumped with his heartbeat.

He sat down and held the toe in his hands. The pain subsided. The bleeding stopped. He continued to hold it till there was no more pain. Then he looked at the toe, he was amazed and delighted to see the nail back in its normal position. There was no indication of injury except dried blood. "This is indeed a second miracle!" he thought.

On the trip back he healed the ailing tooth of a young girl by placing his hands on her face. This was his third miracle in one day. In exchange for the healing, the girl's uncle gave Dr. Usui some food. He ate heartily though not getting sick after breaking a 21 day fast.

These are known as Dr. Usui's first four miracles.
Once back at the Zen temple, Dr. Usui healed the Monk who had been suffering from arthritis and back ache.

He wanted to use these abilities to help others, he spent the next seven years in the beggars section of Tokyo healing the poor and sick people there, sending them to a priest to assist finding them employment, and elevating them out of poverty. After the seven years he noticed familiar faces, those of people whom he'd healed long ago who were back again. Asking them, they complained that life outside beggartown was too hard and that it was much simpler to beg for a living. They had thrown away the gift of health, as if it had no value, to return to the supposed comfort of the life they knew.

This threw Usui into a quandry and he returned to the monastery. From this he realized he hadn't taught gratitude along with the healing. That he'd focussed on the physical ailments without dealing with the spiritual matters. The people did not understand the value of the gift he gave them.

Dr. Usui returned to the monastary for furth reflection and planning. After some time in the monastery he developed precepts. In this new plan he traveled around the countryside from village to village. In each one he stood in a public place during the day holding aloft a lit torch. When people told him he didn't need a torch in daylight, he answered was he was looking for the few who are interested in improving themselves. In this way he traveled around teaching and healing, working both with the spiritual healing as well as physical healing.


Dr. Hayashi was a retired naval officer. He received the Reiki Master initiation from Dr. Usui about 1925 at the age of 47.

During these travels he met Dr. Chujiro Hayashi, a Naval Commander in the Naval Reserve. He came from a well educated and well to do family. He met Dr. Usui in the marketplace holding a lit torch announcing his lecture at a nearby temple. Dr. Hayashi was very impressed with the sincerity and conviction of Dr. Usui. When asked by Usui to accompany him in his travels, Dr. Hayashi agreed. They traveled around teaching and healing.

After Dr. Usui passed on, Dr. Hayashi became the leader of Reiki. Dr. Hayashi opened a clinic in Tokyo near the Imperial Palace. It consisted of eight beds in a large room, two practitioners per patient. One would treat the head and the other would be on the right treating the stomach area. Then both would treat the patients back. The practitioners all worked here doing healings. They would also go to the homes of sick people for house calls.

To become a Reiki Practitioner in that time one had to be accepted by the masters in the Reiki organization, and second had to promise to use Reiki daily and volunteer some hours to practice Reiki regularly in the clinic.

Some believe that Dr. Hayashi developed the practice of treatment by using specific hand placements over the body. Being of a military background, and therefore more organized, Dr. Hayashi would have preferred an organized method of treatment. In addition an organized method of hand placements allows for full coverage of the body and organs.

Dr. Hayashi passed on May 10, 1940. This was just prior to Japan's entry into WWII. Being a Reserve Officer, Dr. Hayashi knew he would be recalled to duty and therefore become responsible for killing many people. This he did not want to do, and so determined to end his life. In addition he wished to, and did, pass leadership over to Reiki to a Mrs. Hawayo Takata --perhaps because she would not be in Japan and therefore relatively safe and able to continue the practice.

Hawayo Takata was born at dawn on December 24th, 1900, on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. Her parents were Japanese immigrants and her father worked in the sugar fields. She worked very hard as she was growing up. She eventually married the bookkeeper of the plantation where she was employed. His name is Saichi Takata and they had two daughters. In October of 1930, Saichi died at the age of thirty-four leaving Mrs. Takata to raise their two children. In order to provide for her family, she had to work very hard with little rest. After five years she developed severe abdominal pain, a lung condition and had a nervous breakdown.

Soon after this, one of her sisters died and it was the responsibility of Hawayo to travel to Japan where her parents had moved to deliver the news. She also felt she could receive help for her health in Japan.

She took a steamership and was accompanied by her sister-in-law. After informing her parents of the death of her sister, she entered a hospital.
While there she became very sick and was in the hospital. The doctors were going to operate. As she was being prepared she kept hearing a voice saying "Operation not necessary". Eventually she jumped off the table asking "Is there another way?". The doctor had a sister who had been cured of dysentery at Dr. Hayashi's clinic and suggested to Mrs. Takata she talk with his sister.

The sister brought Mrs. Takata to the clinic and her treatments there began. After Mrs. Takata became well she wanted to learn this for herself. However Dr. Hayashi was not willing to teach her because she was a foreigner. Through the good graces of her doctor, Mrs. Takata was able to pursuade Dr. Hayashi to train her in Reiki. This training took a year and brought her to what we would now call Reiki Level II.

After this year she returned to Hawaii. In Hawaii she also learned the lesson of having the recipient perceive value in receiving treatments. She treated a neighbor but did not charge, this neighbor did not value the treatments and did not become well. She treated another relative and this time charged, and this relative did stay well. Thus the tradition of charging for Reiki treatment was reinforced.

In November 1936 Dr. Hayashi came to Hawaii for a speaking tour to promote Reiki. During this time he trained Mrs. Takata to teach Reiki, thus making her what we now would call a Reiki Master. As he left Hawaii he asked her to come to see him when he summoned her.

After some more time it was nearing when World War II would start, the part in Europe already having begun. Dr. Hayashi appeared to Mrs. Takata in a dream asking her to come to Japan. She did this and found Dr. Hayashi having his Naval Uniform out of storage and fretful. With the coming war he knew it was a matter of time before the Navy would call him out of retirement and he would be asked to perform actions he was not capable of doing due to his spiritual development.

At this time he passed to Mrs. Takata the leadership of Reiki. He gathered all the Reiki Masters to a gathering, announced Mrs. Takata to be the leader of Reiki, and then announced he would kill his physical body through bursting three blood vessels. As he continued speaking and lecturing those blood vessels burst and he died.
Mrs. Takata returned to Hawaii in 1937. She was soon followed by Dr. Hayashi and his daughter who came to help establish Reiki in Hawaii. In the Winter of 1938, Dr. Hayashi initiated Hawayo Takata as a Reiki master. She was the thirteenth and the last Reiki Master Dr. Hayashi initiated.

Between 1970 and her transition on December 11, 1980, Mrs. Takata initiated twenty-two Reiki Masters. Below is a list of the Reiki  Masters she initiated. This is the list she gave her sister before she passed through transition.
George Araki
Barbara McCullough
Beth Grey
Ursula Baylow (deceased)
Paul Mitchell
Iris Ishikura (deceased)
Fran Brown
Barabara Weber Ray
Ethel Lombardi
Wanja Twan
Virginia Samdahl (deceased)
Phyllis Lei Furumoto
Dorothy Baba (deceased)
Mary McFaden
John Gray
Rick Bockner
Bethel Phaigh (deceased)
Harry Kuboi
Patricia Ewing
Shinobu Saito
Kay Yamashita (Takata’s sister)
Barbara Brown
The original twenty-two teachers have taught others. In the decade since Mrs.Takata experienced transition, Reiki has spread rapidly in the West. It is now practiced throughout North and South America, Europe, New Zealand, Australia and other parts of the world. There now an estimated 500,000 Reiki Masters with as many as 3,000,000 people having been initiated into Reiki throughout the world.