REIKI: The Gakko Sansho – Usui’s Five Principles of Reiki

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Halau, ‘Aha Hui Lanakila™ teaches traditional, original knowledge Japanese Reiki known as Usui Teate (“Usui’s Healing Hands”).  It is our mission to use for healing and to propagate original knowledge Reiki to Westerners.  As a Grandmaster Instructor, I teach all students to integrate various energyworking modalities, including the Ruach Healing Method™, Angelic Healing Touch and crystalwork knowledge as secondary to their mastery of Reiki healing skills.

For everyone’s benefit, this is the Japanese translation of the kanji Usui penned as Mikao Usui’s Gakko Sansho of Reiki. Being “old skool,” I teach this to our Halau students:

Kyo dake wa
Okoru na
Shinpai su na
Kanashashite
Gyo wo hage me
Hito ni shinsetsu ni

Instructions:  Gasshoshite, kokoro ni nenji kuchi ni tonayo.

(Translation: Chant this mornings and evenings while sitting in Gassho position and intone the words aloud and in your heart.)

Here is the English translation of the original Japanese (not American Reiki) prayer:

JUST FOR TODAY,
DO NOT ANGER,
DO NOT WORRY;
BE GRATEFUL, FOR THIS IS SPIRITUAL AWAKENING.
BE KIND TO ALL LIVING THINGS.
IN THE MORNING AND AT NIGHT,
WITH HANDS HELD IN PRAYER:
THINK THIS WITH YOUR MIND;
CHANT THIS WITH YOUR MOUTH;
KEEP GOOD INTENTIONS IN YOUR HEART.

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