Calendar

Nov
23
Thu
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Nov 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Nov
24
Fri
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Nov 24 @ 6:30 am – 8:00 am
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Nov
26
Sun
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Nov 26 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Nov
28
Tue
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Nov 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Nov
30
Thu
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Nov 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Dec
1
Fri
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Dec 1 @ 6:30 am – 8:00 am
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Dec
3
Sun
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Dec 3 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Dec
5
Tue
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Dec
7
Thu
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Dec 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/

Dec
8
Fri
2017
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society
Dec 8 @ 6:30 am – 8:00 am
Weekly Training and Practice Meetings (Kenkyūkai) @ The Reiki Preservation Society

Training and practice meetings at The Reiki Preservation Society (Kenkyūkai): Students may attend our multiple weekly group training and practice meetings to learn the system of Reiki in a lengthier format. In this format the information is dispensed to the student over a longer period of time. This allows the student to assimilate the information while acquiring practice experience.

To be able to attend, you first must have a meeting with the president of The Reiki Preservation Society, Robert N. Fueston.  During this initial meeting students will learn The Reiki Preservation Society’s protocols, pay the initial membership training fee ($150), and receive the first initiation. Afterwards, students may attend any of the multiple weekly gatherings.

Students may attend as few or as many meetings as they wish. Each meeting cost is $10. Everyone is welcome, both those with no prior Reiki training and those with Reiki training in any lineage or level. However, regardless of prior training, all students start at the beginning (Shoden) to maintain the integrity of the lineage and the system we teach. Reiju (Reiki Blessing) is received by students at every meeting to further their spiritual growth and to cleanse/strengthen their energy channels. The student’s Reiki ability increases through regular attendance of these meetings and their personal practices.

For more information about this class including registration information visit: https://www.thereikipreservationsociety.org/first-degree-shoden/