Level Two Training
Diamond Degrees Reiki and Soul Coaching Program
Prerequisite: Reiki Level One
20 hours class time
Students have become aware of the Universal energy, the sacred energy infused with love and light for the healing purpose of all.
A core Reiki concept is the practice of peace and letting it permeate our being both inwardly and outwardly. Continued emphasis will be given to opening ourselves to the insights and influences of Reiki in how we relate with ourselves, with others, with Nature, etc.
The Level Two Intensive includes:
- An in-depth study of the Reiki symbols or “keys” that both quicken and heighten your awareness of your subconscious worlds. Meditations and methods to transform your beliefs and emotional patterns through the symbols are practised
- Begin to heal relationships and be open to the reconciling powers of Reiki to restore kindness where there is brokenness. Begin to identify root causes to conflict in relationships
- Cultivate a deepening to the “path of deep knowledge: a path of greater self understanding and self acceptance
- Practice time using Reiki symbols in more complex applications. Learn how to perform mental/emotional healing
- Practice time with other students and with healing meditations
- Further strengthening of multi-dimensional healthy boundaries for self-empowerment and integrity
- Appreciate that anyone can mentally connect to any target in the universe and learn how to perform distant healing reverentially, whether past, present or future
- Begin to heal the effects of past trauma and karma
- Learn how to discover the origin of a disease and treat at the source
- Practice self-purification and self-growth techniques
- Continue to improve your concentration skills and to raise your level of energy and consciousness.
- Case study work and instructor feedback in preparation to offering Reiki professionally.
I BELIEVE God is everything. . . Everything that is or ever was or ever will be. And when you can feel that, and be happy to feel that, you’ve found It… My first step from the old white man was trees. Then air. Then birds. Then other people. But one day when I was sitting quiet and feeling like a motherless
child, which I was, it come to me: that feeling of being part of everything, not separate at all. I knew that if I cut a tree, my arm would bleed. And I laughed and I cried and I run all round the house. I knew just what it was. In fact, when it happens, you can’t miss it.
—Alice Walker, The Color Purple. Shug Avery’s experience.