Reiki & Seichem Level 1 Course
What is Reiki?
At the end of the 19th century a healing method was rediscovered in ancient Sanskrit texts by a Japanese scholar, Mikaomi Usui. He called it Reiki (pronounced ray-key) a Japanese word meaning Universal Life Energy. Reiki has no association with religion, faith or belief systems, and can be received by anyone who is willing to be healed.
When energy flows uninterrupted there is balance and harmony within and around us and we experience a sense of well being. Reiki works at bringing us into balance and reinforces the body’s natural ability to heal itself at all levels.
What is Seichem?
Seichem (pronounced say-keem) works in the same way as Reiki, with hands placed on the body, but in addition hands may be working in the aura which surrounds the body. It is reputedly one of the healing arts practised in ancient Egypt. Reiki is one of the four elemental rays which make up Seichem - earth (Reiki), water, air and fire.
Seichem was rediscovered in 1980 by Patrick Zeigler while he was visiting Egypt and after spending the night in the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid.
Seichem connects with our higher selves to establish healing in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies. The energy is used to heal and stimulate personal development and growth. Spellings of the word differ but it always means power in a spiritual sense.
Kathleen Milner brought the Seichem energy together with Reiki attunement procedures to develop the Tera-Mai healing system, incorporating new symbols that were revealed to her.
When you have been attuned to the first degree of Reiki & Seichem it will remain with you during your entire life (even if you stop practising) it cannot be reversed. Therefore, it is important that it is your decision to take the first-degree and not allow someone else to decide on your behalf.
The emphasise of this level is self-healing, using Reiki & Seichem to help friends and family and assist in your personal and spiritual growth.
A £40 (non-refundable) deposit is payable immediately upon booking and the balance is due 14 days prior to your practical training date.
What’s included in the course fee
A guide to health and safety
A guide to anatomy and physiology
One day practical training session
A certificate emailed and posted to you on successful completion of the course
You will need to purchase your own equipment in order to carry out your case studies and practice your skills.
Dates & Venues
1 March - Poole
29 May - Poole
14 August - Poole
If you do not see a suitable date, please contact us as we may be able to provide a mutually convenient date.
Start time will be 10.30 am. The finish time of the course is dependent on number of students. You will need to arrive at the training venue 15 minutes prior to the course start time. If a student arrives more than 30 minutes late on any training day, the tutor may refuse to let you join the class or to commence the training. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure they arrive at the course in plenty of time. Any lateness could result in the course not being able to commence, and further costs applicable to cover extra tutor time.
A good standard of written and verbal English.
Minimum age 16.
1-day practical attunement and training
Reiki and Seichem Association
International Guild of Complementary Therapists
Reiki & Seichem Level 1 Diploma
This is not an insurable course, you cannot charge the public at this level. In order to provide this service, you need to study Reiki & Seichem Level 2. This can be done a minimum of 1 month after completing this course.