"Put your Hands, Surrender and Smile"


Friday 9th Nov 2012
Radisson on Flagstaff Park Melbourne
Melbourne, VIC
0412 302 345


HYAKUTEN INAMOTO, founder the Komyo Reiki Kai branch of Reiki, will visit Melbourne in November to present an information session open to the public as well as a training seminar for Reiki Masters. The visit is being organised by Eimi Onishi, Komyo Reiki Shinpiden Teacher.

Hyakuten Inamoto is a Japanese Buddhist monk who has studied all levels of Reiki with Chiyoko Yamaguchi, a student of Chujiro Hayashi, who learned Reiki directly from Mikao Usui.

After much research into the original teachings of Usui Sensei, Hyakuten developed Komyo Reiki Kai in 1998. Komyo Reiki presents Reiki as it was understood and commonly practiced in the 1930’s in Japan. This system places emphasis on spiritual unfoldment through the practice of Reiki Ryoho, aiming for “satori” or enlightenment. The practice motto is: “Put your hands, Surrender, and Smile.”

The introductory session will take place on Friday, 9 th November 2012, and is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Reiki from a traditional Japanese perspective as well as to be in the presence of a gentle and wise spiritual teacher. Anyone wishing to learn more is welcome to attend; both Reiki practitioners and general public alike.

For more information about Komyo Kai, please visit the official Komyo Kai Reiki website.

To make an enquiry about the information session or training seminar please send your email enquiry to Youki or phone her on 0412 302 345

Reiki Australia honours a diversity of forms of Reiki practice within its membership. We are pleased to promote this Australian visit by Hyakuten Inamoto in accord with Reiki Australia’s core purpose of preserving the spiritual practice of Reiki and encouraging respect and understanding for the many forms of Reiki that originate from the founder of Reiki, Mikao Usui.

Bookings for this event are now closed.

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