Links to Reiki websites
Dennis Harwood
Dennis is a Chattanooga native and the owner of He is a Reiki Master and a developing medical intuitive, and has spent years studying and working with energy therapies and the works of Dr. Bob Beck and Dr. Hulda Clark. He is also the owner of where he sells hundreds of alternative health care products to customers around the world. 
by Dennis Harwood
Published on 8/26/2003

Reiki links

ReikiReiki is a safe, gentle, non-invasive form of hands-on healing that increases energy, reduces pain, produces deep relaxation and a general feeling of well-being. Reiki initiation attunes a practitioner to become a channel for the Reiki energy and is a powerful, life-changing experience for growth along your spiritual path.

The Usui method of natural healing, as taught by Hawayo Takata, involves three levels or degrees. As soon as a practitioner has been initiated, the healing energy begins to flow. Level 1 Reiki connects the practitioner to the Reiki channel. Level II Reiki teaches the practitioner long distance or remote healing, and Level III Reiki initiates the practitioner to become a Reiki Master and teacher. Each level requires its own set of attunements. Reiki initiations are for life.

You will find a variety of fees and lengths of time for Reiki classes with different Reiki Masters. Reiki attunements cause changes to which the practitioner needs time to adjust.  There are many things to consider when choosing a Reiki Master to train with. If possible, experience a healing from a student of any Reiki Master you are considering to evaluate how well they can transfer the skill to their students. Listen to your intuition, and train with a Reiki Master you feel in harmony with.

The following list (mostly courtesy of ) presents links to Reiki resources on the net. We do not necessarily endorse the links listed below. In exploring these links, follow your heart ...


Healing Networks
Media - Net Resources, Essays, & Bibliographies
Reiki FAQs
Centers and Groups
Reiki Artists, Networkers, and Thinkers



  • (USA and global)

Healing Networks

  • Network with others who are doing Reiki in hospitals and clinics or would like to start.

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Media - Net Resources, Essays, & Bibliographies 

  • Wholistic Healing Research. This site contains
    the most up to date information on scientific research in the field of spiritual healing.
  • , web-page based Reiki newsgroup, nice new forum, also has a web-based chat space with a regular weekly chat time, started Summer 97

  • , newsletter published by the International Center for Reiki Training
  • , alternative views on Reiki topics, by Rick Rivard

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Reiki FAQs

  • (International Center for Reiki Training) extensive FAQ with over 30 topics, edited by editor of this page

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Centers and Groups, North America

If you want to find out more about Reiki, see the links above. If you are researching options for Reiki study, you may wish to see this FAQ page, , and this article, .

  • , by Connie Barrett and Joyce Kaessinger, a wonderful selection of metaphysical resources and some lovely Reiki essays by Connie
  • (USA and international)

  • , UK (contact info and several members listed) 
  • , (Maggie Chambers and Libby Barnett's page)
  • - A national organization for nurses who practice Reiki
  • (Michigan)
  • (California)

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Reiki Artists, Networkers and Thinkers

This is a small selection of the variety of intersting Reiki web pages which do not quite fit into the above general categories.

  • , Anthony regularly posts thoughtful, well researched opinions in a number of Reiki internet forms
  • , Fred Casselman's artwork is stuning. His transformations of natural images -- flowers, leaves, seeds, and more -- are radiant and soothing. Fred sometimes contributes to alt.healing.reiki newsgroup.

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