Karuna Reiki

Karuna Reiki evolved out of Usui and Tibetan Reiki from a knowingness that there is always something greater waiting to be uncovered. This system was developed in the 90s by William Lee Rand and other healers at ‘The International Center for Reiki Training’. They experimented with symbols channeled by different Reiki Masters. The registered system uses a set of 12 symbols, one of which is used in the Usui Reiki system. Karuna is a Sanskrit word that means “compassionate action”.

The course has three levels and each level is taught only to practitioners having at least the corresponding level in the Usui system. A detailed class manual and a certificate from the International Center for Reiki Training are included.

Karuna I Practitioner

This class is taught in one day, for a total of 8 hours. The topics covered by this course are:

  • Origin of the Karuna system of Reiki
  • Karuna Reiki defined
  • Karuna and Spiritual Guidance
  • The description of 4 Karuna I symbols, including how to draw them, what they mean, and how to use them
  • Helping the students to memorize the symbols
  • 1 Karuna Reiki I attunement
  • Self-healing meditations to assist in removing blocks to our progress and unhealthy energetic connections with other people and situations
  • Instruction and practice in giving Karuna Reiki sessions using Karuna I symbols
  • Hands-on practice with the symbols, so the student knows from experience what the energy of each symbol feels like
  • Additional exercises or meditations.

Prerequisite: Usui Reiki I

Karuna II Practitioner

This class is taught in one day, for a total of 8 hours. The topics covered by this course are:

  • Revision of the Karuna Reiki I main topics
  • Shadow Self discussion
  • Shadow Self meditation
  • The description of 4 Karuna II symbols, including how to draw them, what they mean, and how to use them
  • Helping the students to memorize the symbols
  • 1 Karuna Reiki II attunement
  • Instruction and practice in giving Karuna Reiki sessions using Karuna I symbols
  • Hands-on practice with the symbols so the student knows from experience what the energy of each symbol feels like
  • Additional exercises and meditations.

Prerequisite: Usui Reiki II, and Karuna Reiki I

Karuna Master

This class is taught in one day, for a total of 8 hours. The topics covered by this course are:

  • Revision of the Karuna Reiki I and II main topics
  • The description of 4 Karuna Master symbols, including how to draw them, what they mean, and how to use them
  • Helping the students to memorize the symbols
  • 1 Karuna Reiki Master attunement
  • Hands-on practice with the symbols so the student knows from experience what the energy of each symbol feels like
  • Chanting and toning with Karuna Reiki symbols
  • Violet Breath
  • Demonstration showing how to give attunements for each Karuna level
  • Practice giving each of the attunements
  • Differences between Karuna Practitioner and Karuna Master attunements
  • Discussion on what subjects to teach and answering questions
  • Discussion on the Registered Karuna Reiki Program
  • Additional exercises and meditations.

Prerequisite: Usui Reiki Master Teacher and Karuna Reiki II

Karuna Master – Complete course

This class is taught in three days, for a total of 24 hours. The topics covered by this course are the same as the ones covered by each individual level.

Prerequisite: Usui Reiki Master Teacher

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