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The Complete Guide to Reiki, Vol. II

By Jeffery A. Martin

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The Complete Guide to Reiki, Vol. IIBy Jeffery A. Martin

TABLE OF CONTENTSORIGINAL INTRODUCTION ................................................................................7 CHAPTER ONE: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WILLED AND INVOCATIVE HEALING .......................................................................................9 CHAPTER TWO: ENTITIES, EXORCISM AND REIKI .......................................15 CHAPTER THREE: REMOVAL AND LOSS OF REIKI ENERGY......................21 A TOOL FOR REMOVING A SYMBOL AND ENERGY ...................................23 CHAPTER FOUR: REIKI PSYCHIC SURGERY ................................................27 COMBING ........................................................................................................28 LOCALIZED COMBING ...................................................................................29 CHAPTER FIVE: THE TRANSMUTATION PROCESS BY BRUCE DAVIS, TRM .......................................................................................................31 CHAPTER SIX: ADVANCED REIKI STACKS ...................................................35 CHAPTER SEVEN: ADVANCED CRYSTAL AND CRYSTAL GRIDWORK USE ...............................................................................................41 CRYSTAL BASICS ..........................................................................................41 USING CRYSTALS WITH CLIENTS................................................................44 THE MAJOR TYPES OF GRIDWORKS ..........................................................45 CHAPTER EIGHT: THE ST. MICHAEL SWORD TECHNIQUE .........................47 TOPIC ................................................................................................................49

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PREPARATION.................................................................................................... 50 LEAVING THE PHYSICAL BODY ............................................................................. 51 WORKING WITH THE TOPIC .................................................................................. 52 SCANNING THE FEET AND LEGS .......................................................................... 52 CLEAR AND CHARGE AND THE CENTRAL CHANNEL................................................ 53 LOOK AT THE REST OF THE BODY ........................................................................ 54 CUT BALLOONS ................................................................................................. 54 FILL BODY WITH LIGHT ........................................................................................ 56 CLOSE ENERGY DOWN....................................................................................... 56 FINISHING MOVES .............................................................................................. 57 THE CLEANSING CYCLE ...................................................................................... 58 CHAPTER NINE: SACRED GEOMETRIC SHAPES, AND REIKI ..................... 61 THE PYRAMID ................................................................................................ 61 THE DODECAHEDRON.................................................................................. 62 CHAPTER TEN: CO-CREATIVE HEALING WITH REIKI, DEVAS, AND NATURE FORCES............................................................................................. 65 CONNINGS FOR REIKI PRACTITIONERS ................................................................. 71 OPENING A FOUR POINT CONING ........................................................................ 71 GENERIC REIKI CONING...................................................................................... 72 ATTUNEMENT CONING ........................................................................................ 72 CRYSTAL GRID ATTUNEMENTS ............................................................................ 73 CLOSING A CONING ............................................................................................ 73 DEVIC TEMPLATE ATTUNEMENT .......................................................................... 74 WHAT IS A TEMPLATE ......................................................................................... 76 -4-

ENERGETIC FORCES/INTELLIGENCES INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS ...........................76 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A DEVIC TEMPLATE AND A CONING ..................................77 TEMPLATE TEAM MEMBERS .................................................................................79 Devas and the Devic Realm..........................................................................79 Nature Spirits ................................................................................................81 White Brotherhood ........................................................................................82 Higher Self ....................................................................................................82 Solar Angles..................................................................................................82 Facilitator.......................................................................................................83 DEVIC TEMPLATES ..............................................................................................84 AVAILABLE TEMPLATES .......................................................................................84 CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE REIKI HAND POSITIONS ........................................87 HAND POSITION NUMBER ONE....................................................................87 HAND POSITION NUMBER TWO ...................................................................89 HAND POSITION NUMBER THREE ...............................................................92 HAND POSITION NUMBER FOUR .................................................................94 HAND POSITION NUMBER FIVE ...................................................................95 HAND POSITION NUMBER SIX......................................................................98 HAND POSITION NUMBER SEVEN ...............................................................99 HAND POSITION NUMBER EIGHT ..............................................................101 HAND POSITION NUMBER NINE .................................................................102 HAND POSITION NUMBER TEN ..................................................................104 HAND POSITION NUMBER ELEVEN ...........................................................105

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SPECIAL NOTE CONCERNING THE BACK POSITIONS............................ 107 HAND POSITION NUMBER TWELVE .......................................................... 109 HAND POSITION NUMBER THIRTEEN ....................................................... 110 HAND POSITION NUMBER FOURTEEN ..................................................... 111 HAND POSITION NUMBER FIFTEEN .......................................................... 112 CHAPTER TWELVE: CLASS NOTES FROM A REIKI FIRST AND SECOND DEGREE CLASS TAUGHT BY ETHEL LOMBARDI ...................... 115 CHAPTER THIRTEEN: COMPLETE NOTES FROM A REIKI FIRST DEGREE CLASS WITH MRS. TAKATA.......................................................... 127

This book is dedicated to Karen, with all my love and thanks.

Copyright 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999 Jeffery A. Martin. All rights reserved. 1999 Revised Edition 1 Tenth Printing Published by Integration Press POB 72106 Newport, KY 41072-0106, USA Email: [email protected]

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ORIGINAL INTRODUCTIONThis is the second book in The Complete Guide to Reiki Series. The first was originally written as a manual for the Reiki I and II level classes of The Institute for Reiki Studies. It was written reluctantly and only after I had ordered every available Reiki book in hopes of finding a manual to use. Through the years, and the countless classes that have used it, it has become a premiere book in the field of Reiki instruction. Its success and thoroughness are due to all those many people who offered a tip here or an idea there. When it was written, Reiki meant Usui Shiki Ryoho or The Usui System of Energy/Natural Healing. Now, Reiki means a great deal more. It has spread its wings to encompass many additional invocative and channeled systems of healing. It is my hope that just as you made the first book, your book, you will do the same with this one by constantly sending in your ideas on how it can be improved. It is printed in this format so that it can be continually revised with your suggestions, experiences, and advice, with the ever present goal of helping practitioners everywhere in their growth as healers. A future volume in this series will detail the histories and practices of the major national and international Reiki systems available. A new guide for Reiki masters is also in the works. This book has been written as both a detailed response to the questions most commonly asked to myself and other Institute teachers and staff members, and as a manual of what we feel to be the most useful new and old information available for you to use in greatly increasing the effectiveness of your healing work. Some of the scope of this book could easily fall into the realm of willed or directed style healing. Any methods included here which follow in the footsteps this style have been listed because of how common they are to find in the Reiki community at large. Very rarely is further instruction or insight into the energetic processes and potential pitfalls of these techniques available, despite the large number of questions concerning them in the community. If you have not read The Complete Guide to Reiki, Vol. I, I encourage you to do so before you begin this text as it lays an exceptional foundation for what