Reiki Level 2 is taken at least 2 months after Level 1. This period of time is an important opportunity to practice Reiki and ensure your energy is high. Unlike Usui Level 1, the progressive workshops require the use of mental energy and as a result can be draining for those who have not been using their Reiki for self-healing.
During the Level 2 Workshop, a second degree attunement is given and 3 symbols are taught. The practitioner is able to use the tools to enhance their Reiki flow, and to develop alternative uses of the Reiki energy.
- The Empowerment symbol – increases Reiki flow as though ‘funnelling’ the energy to maximise flow rate and power. Also empowers other energy fields.
- The Harmony symbol – allows Reiki to be ‘wrapped’ around other energy fields and environments to increase harmony eg. harmonising homes, other people, incidents, for improved energy vibrations. The symbol is also used to increase communicative powers, and intuition.
- The Sending symbol – like an IDD number, this symbol allows Reiki to be sent to different energy fields whether they be other locations (both geographical or time), other energy incidents, internal blocks or emotional energy systems etc. This is a very powerful source of personal growth as the practitioner can directly tune into issues and fix them on the casual plane.
Schedule: 18-19th Aug Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm
Location: 230A River Valley Road (2nd floor)
Nearest MRT : Fort Canning
Parking is available at the open air carpark along Mohd Sultan Road or at UE Square
Investment: $510 for the full workshop. Book here or email email@example.com
About the facilitator:
Ming Li trained as a Reiki master at The Reiki Centre and is also the rare certified Forrest Yoga teacher in Singapore. With a deep interest in somatic & emotional release work that supports her clients and students, she also provides myofascial & craniosacral therapy work through private integrative bodywork sessions
In her sessions, she prefers to assume the role of a facilitator, sharing from a place of authenticity and providing a safe space to guide students and clients in their journey. At the same time, she also challenges them to explore their edge while being at peace with the unknown. This tough love comes from a desire to empower them to eventually to take charge of their healing, and have fun falling and picking themselves up.
For further enquiries or feedback, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org