When you talk about traditional (jikiden) reiki, there always pops up the name of our beloved sensei Chiyoko Yamaguchi, direct reiki descendant and student of Dr. Hayashi sensei and the co-founder (together with her son Tadao Yamaguchi) of the Jikiden Reiki Kenkyukai in Kyoto.
Everybody who was lucky to have met her and studied with her described her as a lovely, warm hearted and also very open minded and curious lady. Looking at her pictures and her beautiful smile makes you feel directly loved and full of inner peace.
Thank you Chiyoko sensei for sharing your love for reiki with your son Tadao sensei and all of us.
Have a look at THIS LINK with lots of photos and personal comments about her.
(photo courtesy of the Jikiden Reiki Kenkyukai )
By: Nabila G. Welk, Jikiden Reiki shihan (teacher)
Working a lot in social media, i received some interesting messages about yoga over the last days….
One idea specifically came up in different words, that surprised me a bit…
Means, the focus in practising yoga lots of people seem to take…
Some of the messages included:
– yoga is very difficult
– you do yoga, do you also meditate?
– yoga is great to get sweaty
These are some of the quotes not only from Western, but also from Indian people. Continue reading Yoga – “Body Work” to get sweaty?
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It helps the body to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which is used to produce energy and also helps the body to assimilate fats and protein.
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