Curing with Kaji the Reiki Way
Healing and Esoteric Empowerment in Japan is an interesting article for Reiki practitioners! It focuses on a traditional healing practices within Japan.
This particular article discusses healing from a Shingon viewpoint and although Mikao Usui was said to be a Tendai practitioner you will find some hidden gems in this article about how to become a vehicle for universal energy.
It describes a healing session where the practitioner, Ven. Ikeguchi Ekan, lays his hand on the head, neck, shoulders, arms, spine and kidneys with the whole session taking only 10 to 15 minutes. Kaji can be used to heal yourself for spiritual development but also when working with others.
It is obvious that Ven. Ikeguchi and Ven. Oda Ryuko both agree that to be able to perform this kind of healing successfully you have to be enlightened practitioner.
We all know that the system of Reiki originates from these types of traditional Japanese practices. How then does this state of enlightenment relate to you and your Reiki practice? Are there things you can do to move toward this state within the system you practice?
Want to read about kaji and see where it intersects your practice?
To read the article click on the link below and then scroll down to Issue 2005, 32/1 article 709
Here is the pdf link