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ISBN:
1905047851
Author:
Steve Gooch
Category:
Alternative Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ayni Books (August 14, 2006)
Pages:
260 pages
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Reiki Jin Kei Do broadens the way we can view Reiki, seeing it, more . It was the world’s first book on that particular tradition of Reiki and is still considered to be the standard reference work on the subject.

Reiki Jin Kei Do broadens the way we can view Reiki, seeing it, more than. Steve Gooch was born in March 1962 in Rugby, Warwickshire in England and grew up there with his two brothers and sister. He moved to Corsham in Wiltshire and attended Bath Academy of Art, where he studied sculpture and printmaking, before going on to work on projects for the internationally known artists Joe Tilson and Nick Pope.

Reiki Jin Kei Do: The Way of Compassion & Wisdom (by me of course). Steve Gooch was born in March 1962 in Rugby, Warwickshire in England and grew up there with his two brothers and sister ttended Bath. Blood Meridian - Cormac McCarthy A Contract with God - Will Esiner. Steve Gooch was born in March 1962 in Rugby, Warwickshire in England and grew up there with his two brothers and sister ttended Bath Academy of Art, where he studied sculpture and printmaking, before going on to work on projects for the internationally known artists Joe Tilson and Nick Pope.

Reiki Jin Kei Do: The Reiki Way of Compassion and Wisdom. Set to fundamentally reshape the way that we think about Reiki as a healing method, this book is a must read for anyone seriously interested in this unique path to self perfection and liberation. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

I love the way Mr Gooch explained the Reiki principles and also draw on Buddhist philosophy to explain Enersense . A book not for Reiki beginners but for specific followers of Reiki Jin Kei Do. I found it all a bit too serious, heavy and intellectual.

I love the way Mr Gooch explained the Reiki principles and also draw on Buddhist philosophy to explain Enersense, which is the lineage of Jin Kei Do. I also like the scientific discoveries added to prove Reiki does have an effect on people. Reiki is about channelling - the logic does not have to follow in such an intense or disciplined fashion. Some will love this book and will know it is for the serious student of Reiki Jin Kei Do - others will flounder in its complicated depths.

Set to fundamentally reshape the way that we think about Reiki as a healing method, this book is a must read for anyone seriously interested in this unique path to self perfection and liberation.

Reiki Jin Kei Do broadens the way we can view Reiki, seeing it, more than simply a healing system, as a way of living and a means to enlightenment. It is a path to self-perfection and liberation. It did not suddenly appear in the 19th century, but has an older lineage that runs back through Tibetan Buddhist monks. Reiki Jin Kei Do is set to reshape the way we think about Reiki.

Set to fundamentally reshape the way that we think about Reiki as a healing method, this book is a must read for anyone. You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart. by Steve Robert Gooch.

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reading of my book 'Reiki Jin Kei Do: The Way of Compassion & Wisdom' and her interest in '12seconds for Peace'.

To appreciate life and our place in it, we need to re-balance, and although we can have an awareness of the problems in the world and what we consider to be the 'wrong-ness' of the people around us, we do need to let go of judging, and simply accept.

Reiki Jin Kei Do broadens the way we can view Reiki, seeing it, more than simply a healing system, as a way of living and a means to enlightenment. It is a path to self-perfection and liberation. It did not suddenly appear in the 19th century, but has an older lineage that runs back through Tibetan Buddhist monks. Reiki Jin Kei Do is set to reshape the way we think about Reiki.
  • Moswyn
Imagine a cookbook that lists the dishes, but not the ingredients, the amounts used, or how to prepare the dishes. The author extols the virtues of each dish, but that's all the reader gets to find out--because these are SECRET recipes.

That's a good description of what we have with Reiki Jin Kei Do by Steve Gooch.

In a book that purports to be about a new, or at least different, branch of Reiki, little can be found about this new, or at least different, branch of Reiki. The author doesn't mislead on this. Within the first few pages, he comes right out and says it: "You will not find any of the specific methods or techniques of the lineage describe in here, nor will you see the Reiki symbols."

And he's true to his word. You can read the book from cover to cover and not know a single thing about this lineage, except that it's different and that it's somehow more "spiritual" and "compassionate" than other lineages.

There are some meditation techniques discussed, but these particular ones can be found in almost any book that discusses meditation. There is a teacher's directory. There are some brand spanking new Reiki "histories" making lots and lots of claims with nothing to back them up. There are also far too many dismissals of what many in the Reiki community know to be true: the miracle of distant healing and attunements.

The notion (hinted at over and over in these pages) that only this particular branch of Reiki delves into the spiritual and compassionate aspects of Reiki is baffling. Where has the author been over the last few years? Mars? Most, if not all, branches are based on strong spiritual concepts. Those who begin the Reiki journey for self-healing will almost always find that they are healing--and growing--spiritually as well. When it comes to compassion, Reiki IS compassion. Reiki spirituality is alive and well almost everywhere Reiki is practiced, if the author would only take off his blinders and see. No lineage has a lock on spirituality and compassion.

If you want to learn more about Reiki spirituality, don't bother with this book. Instead, pick up almost anything by Walter Lubeck, who has immersed himself in the spiritual aspects of Reiki for years, or find a copy of Karyn Mitchell's "Reiki Mystery School"--among many other books that will actually teach you the practices, not just vaguely allude to them.

Like another reviewer here, I would give this one less than one star if I could. The writing is fine, but the author rambles on without really saying much. Next time Gooch writes a book, I hope he doesn't waste my my time as he did with this one. I don't buy a book about new or different practices just so I can read empty prose--I want to learn what those practices are.
  • Mr.Bean
Many reiki books on the market today are simply advertisements or accompaniment books, intended for people who are already attuned to the particular system being described, or for people who are looking to investigate new systems to attune to.

Like many reiki books this one also does not show ANY symbols whatsoever, nor does it really teach anything besides the history and "philosophy" of this system.

Jin Kei Do is a very specific system, not a general moralistic philosophy as the book would have you believe. In order to reap the benefits of this book, you will need to attend the several seminars required to be attuned to both the reiki system and the Buddho EnerSense (which is basically just a bunch of meditations and mantras to get you used to feeling the energy around you. There are plenty of meditations for free on YouTube to accomplish this).

Unless you are planning on spending hundreds of dollars to attune to this system, pass on this one.
  • Gtonydne
So many people and so many schools of Reiki focus exclusively on using Reiki solely as a means of healing others. While this is a wonderful part of the whole, Reiki is more than that. It is a powerful vehicle of personal and spiritual growth. It is through this growth that we develop both the Compassion and Wisdom to truly help others - whether it is in the channeling of energy to promote healing or, more importantly, in lending a hand to help another along the Path.

Steve's personal journey of spiritual growth through Reiki is an inspiration and worthy to be followed. He is a true teacher who has obviously walked his talk.

Thank you, Steve.
  • Iraraeal
I have been practicing and teaching Reiki for over 10 years. With the publication of "Reiki Jin Kei Do: The Way of Compassion and Wisdom", I now have a book that I can happily and unequivocably recommend to my students, clients, and others interested in learning about this unique lineage of Reiki. Steve's book is comprehensive, well researched, well written, and accurate. It has integrity, providing a grounded and balanced perspective on the topic of spirituality and healing. I am thrilled that he has made this book available and hope that many readers will enjoy and learn from the wisdom in its pages.
  • Alsath
It is so refreshing to find a book on Reiki that does not just rehash the same old material than can be found in pretty much every other book on the subject. This book is going to take the Reiki world by storm. Not only is there material in here on the history of Reiki that I never knew before but it offers a totally original way of approaching the system of Reiki itself. What is really refreshing amongst recent books on Reiki is that it is not full of Japanese words that only Japanese and Japanese-fluent readers can understand or really relate to. A real eye-opener of a book. It is about time someone wrote a book on Reiki like this with its emphasis on personal spiritual development rather than on the therapy side of the system. This book could change the world's view of Reiki for good. In fact I think it is inevitable (and much needed). A great book for beginners who want to know what Reiki is really all about and a great book for those who practise Reiki already - this will really deepen your understanding and practice of the Usui system. Surely this is as close as we can get now to the true heart and essence of what Reiki was meant to be in the first place? Thanks Steve for a great book and for redefining Reiki at last in the way that was so needed and long overdue!