Hello, my name is Randy Hall. I grew up in Texas, but I recently moved to the Kansas City area. I took my first Reiki class in 2004. Despite learning many other forms of alternative medicine and energy healing, I have found that Reiki is my core.
The main reason I started this website is to help Reiki students continue learning and growing in their Reiki practice, even if they have lost contact with their teachers.
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Kaizen (pronounced KAI-ZEN) is a Japanese term that means “good change.” In Japan, kaizen was taken on a greater meaning. The business world has taken kaizen to define a philosophy of “continuous improvement.” In the business world, kaizen encourages everyone to come up with small improvement suggestions on a regular basis. This is not a once a month or once a year activity. It is ongoing.
Kaizen is about making changes anywhere that improvements can be made. Western philosophy often teaches “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The Kaizen philosophy is to “do it better, make it better, improve it even if it isn’t broken, because if we don’t, we can’t compete with those who do.”
Reiki is vibration, Reiki is light, and Reiki is universal energy.
Reiki (pronounced RAY-KEE) is a Japanese term that is usually translated as “Universal Life Force.” Reiki Ryoho is a system on personal development using exercises and training from various systems, including Shintoism, Buddhism, and Shugendo. These practices include meditation and energy exercises similar to pranayama and nei gong.
Reiki Ryoho includes a spiritual philosophy but is completely compatible with any and all religions. Everyone can benefit from Reiki Ryoho practice. One of the most popular aspects of Reiki Ryoho is the hands on healing aspect. Practitioners channel Reiki from the Universe into themselves and others. Both the practitioner and the recipient benefit from the flow of Reiki.
Reiki will return your body, mind, and spirit to its natural state of health, well-being, and harmony.
Kaizen Reiki is not a system of Reiki, but a philosophy. Kaizen Reiki promotes constant growth and improvement. Kaizen Reiki is about keeping things simple and using only the techniques that work for you. Kaizen Reiki is based on the Original Japanese Reiki system as uncovered by Hiroshi Doi, Hyakuten Inamoto, Chris Marsh, and Dave King. Kaizen Reiki incorporates the philosophy of Gendai Reiki Ho, as developed by Hiroshi Doi, a member of the Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai, and uses the Kaizen philosophy of making small, continuous improvements for real, lasting change.