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Reiki Australia honours Reiki branches which have a lineage traceable to the founder of the system of Reiki, Mikao Usui. We are delighted to present Komyo ReikiDo in Reiki Australia's ongoing series "Voices of Reiki". The author of this article, Sally Wain, is an accredited Komyo ReikiDo Shihan (Reiki...

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Reiki Australia honours Reiki branches which have a lineage traceable to the founder of the system of Reiki, Mikao Usui. We are delighted to present Gendai Reiki Ho in Reiki Australia's ongoing series "Voices of Reiki". The author of this article, Yuki Tamura, is the Australian representative for Gendai...

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We are introducing Voices of Reiki to give expression the richness and diversity of forms of Reiki practised in Australia today. The board of Reiki Australia felt it fitting to begin with the practice of Reiki Australia life-member, and founding Executive Director, Lynette Kirkman, who has had Reiki...

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Have you ever wondered what it might be like to participate in a Reiki Australia hosted Reiki Share Day? While our organisers adhere to some basic guidelines and are a part of a supportive team, they all express their individuality freely when it comes to setting the ambience for the day.
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Here is a lovely heart-warming story about the benefits of Reiki for US military veterans. Who knows, it might find its way to an Aussie war veteran suffering PTSD, who's looking for ways to support themselves.
The Midwest Reiki Community was invited to participate in "Stand Down", an event run by US...

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Interview with Reiki master and practitioner Sharron Mackison A brief experience of Reiki at the end of a massage more than two decades ago ignited a curiosity which led Sharron Mackison to take a first level Reiki class with Beth Gray in 1990. In a recent radio interview with Phyllis Furumoto, Sharron...

Jim Frew is approaching his 23rd year with Reiki and describes himself as ‘An ordinary person with an extraordinary gift’. Reiki has brought all kinds of extraordinary experiences and people to his path. Jim took his first level of Reiki in 1989, at the ripe age of 54 when Reiki was ‘fashionable’. By...

Reiki master Linda Keiser Mardis made a peaceful transition on the 24th February 2011. Linda was initiated into Reiki in 1979 by Takata master, Ethel Lombardi, and was initiated as a master by Phyllis Furumoto, granddaughter of Hawayo Takata, in 1982. She had a long and active commitment to Reiki and...

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Reiki master John Harvey Gray, passed away peacefully in his home in New Hampshire on January 12 2011. John was almost 94 years of age. At his bedside, were his beloved wife, Dr. Lourdes Gray, his daughter-in-law Monika Gray, and his faithful Yellow Lab, Mickie.
John was one of the original 22 Reiki...

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Phyllis Lei Furumoto’s grandmother, Hawayo Takata was the first person to bring Reiki to the western world. Initiated into Reiki at an early age, it was Phyllis’s duty to treat her grandmother, Hawayo Takata, when she came to visit. As a young adult, Phyllis travelled and worked with Takata as she taught...

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Great feedback was received by Aikido participants receiving Reiki treatment at the 30th Anniversary camp of Aikido Kenkyukai Australia over the October long weekend. The camp was held at the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation, Narrabeen, NSW with approximately 100 Aikido practitioners from around...

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Reiki Australia is delighted to announce the long awaited recordings of Dr Ranga Premaratna’s presentations at the 2006 National Reiki Australia Conference ‘Reiki - Touching Lives’
Those of you who attended the conference would remember the presentations by Phyllis Lei Furumoto, Lineage Bearer of Usui...

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Lynette Kirkman came to Reiki in 1985 by Marta Getty who was teaching in Australia. She was initiated as a Master in 1989 by Marta. In her years of practicing Reiki, she has maintained a strong public practice and has played a key role in establishing Reiki Australia, a national organization which has...

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A heartfelt farewell to Beth - a life dedicated to Reiki Reiki master Beth Gray passed away peacefully in her home in San Carlos last Wednesday afternoon 13th May 2008, aged 90. She was one of 22 masters trained by Hawayo Takata. Beth was a beloved teacher who travelled from the United States to introduce...

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Reiki Australia member Lindy Hou and her pilot Toireasa Gallagher made a great start to their World Championships campaign by taking bronze in the women’s tandem kilometre time trial at the 2007 UCI Para-Cycling World Championships, in Bordeaux, France.
They went on to claim silver in the 3000m pursuit...

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Join Phyllis each week for a stimulating hour as she shares her message of Reiki, a balance of form and essence. As a host for this program, she is not acting as the spokesperson for Usui Shiki Ryoho or Usui System of Natural Healing as it is also known, but rather as a voice of experience and understanding...

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It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Fran Brown on Easter Sunday 2009. Fran was one of the 22 masters initiated by Hawayo Takata, and she devoted her life to Reiki. She is greatly respected and loved throughout the Reiki community, and will be missed by everyone who had the honour of knowing...

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Congratulations to paralympic cyclist and Reiki Australia member, Lindy Hou, on an awesome Beijing campaign. Vision-impaired Lindy, and her pilot, Toireasa Gallagher, stood on the podium twice during these games, claiming a bronze medal in the 1000m time trial and silver in the 3000m pursuit.
Lindy placed...