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Old 21-11-2011, 06:42 PM
njbr1111
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reiki + QiGong

Does anyone know if and how learning both may compliment each other ? I'm reiki level 2, doing master in a few weeks and also thinking of learning Qi Gong ... wondering if and how this may help in healing sessions.

Does anyone have any experience in this ?

thanks,
njbr.
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Old 22-11-2011, 04:07 AM
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In "The Healing Promise of Qi" Roger Jahnke O.M.D. has a 2 page description of Qi healing which would not be amiss in any Reiki manual without changing a single word.
Reiki is Qi healing put into a particular framework by Mikao Usui.

Therefore, Reiki is Qi healing, and Qi healing is Reiki although you will find lots of people who will say that one has to be attuned to do Reiki healing. I don't think the Qi actually cares about that.

As they are the same in their essence they do not complement each other, let alone compliment (we should try to get our words and concept correct) but practicing either one will deepen one's experience.

One of the absolutely major failures of Reiki today is the lack of a consistent, comprehensible framework with structural integrity. Studying Qigong can provide that at the price of demystifying Reiki, and removing it from the elitist-esoteric realm, personally a price I am very happy to pay.
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Old 22-11-2011, 10:48 AM
TzuJanLi
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Greetings..

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Originally Posted by pre-dawn
In "The Healing Promise of Qi" Roger Jahnke O.M.D. has a 2 page description of Qi healing which would not be amiss in any Reiki manual without changing a single word.
Reiki is Qi healing put into a particular framework by Mikao Usui.

Therefore, Reiki is Qi healing, and Qi healing is Reiki although you will find lots of people who will say that one has to be attuned to do Reiki healing. I don't think the Qi actually cares about that.

As they are the same in their essence they do not complement each other, let alone compliment (we should try to get our words and concept correct) but practicing either one will deepen one's experience.

One of the absolutely major failures of Reiki today is the lack of a consistent, comprehensible framework with structural integrity. Studying Qigong can provide that at the price of demystifying Reiki, and removing it from the elitist-esoteric realm, personally a price I am very happy to pay.
Hi pre-dawn: Precisely stated, and accurate.. Thanks..

Be well..
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Old 22-11-2011, 12:19 PM
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Have seen massive results with Qi-Gong.
Light and grace.
Krishna.
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Old 22-11-2011, 12:56 PM
njbr1111
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thanks guys.
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Old 26-03-2012, 05:28 PM
Akaalis
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Agreed with Pre-Dawn, Reiki is quite a low-level practice and is more so a spiritual commercialized business than it is a practice. A complete waste of ones time(if one is not money motivated that is)
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Old 27-03-2012, 08:24 AM
Henri77
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Might I suggest you shop around for a teacher that you really feel at home with.
It appears each teacher-school has its own techniques-movements, and what you learn from one may not be accepted by another, (you'll likely start as a beginner again) if you switch.... at least in my area.
I've been doing ChiGong 2 yrs and quite love doing it. Wish I had researched teachers-techniques... but the master whose moves I do is highly respected and I've no complaints .. Do wish we had more options in my area though.

Of course there're lots of youtube videos to expand one's practice.. and I've adopted 2-3 things from there.
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Old 08-03-2014, 02:03 PM
pupiavril
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Nicely put Pre-Dawn. Light
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Old 25-05-2014, 12:13 AM
libelula
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pre-dawn
In "The Healing Promise of Qi" Roger Jahnke O.M.D. has a 2 page description of Qi healing which would not be amiss in any Reiki manual without changing a single word.
Reiki is Qi healing put into a particular framework by Mikao Usui.

Therefore, Reiki is Qi healing, and Qi healing is Reiki although you will find lots of people who will say that one has to be attuned to do Reiki healing. I don't think the Qi actually cares about that.

As they are the same in their essence they do not complement each other, let alone compliment (we should try to get our words and concept correct) but practicing either one will deepen one's experience.

One of the absolutely major failures of Reiki today is the lack of a consistent, comprehensible framework with structural integrity. Studying Qigong can provide that at the price of demystifying Reiki, and removing it from the elitist-esoteric realm, personally a price I am very happy to pay.

Very well said.
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Old 20-10-2014, 08:09 AM
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As Glenn Morris said,

Reiki = Spray Bottle Spritz

Reiki + Qigong = Fire Hose
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