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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

What to do about fraudulent Reiki certification?

Kudos to Phylameana lila Desy, About.com's guide to holistic healing, on her great response to a reader asking what can be done about fraudulent Reiki certifications. What do you think: should Reiki practitioners be registered, and if so, by whom?

Add your thoughts on the subject as a comment on our (or Phylameana's) web site, or email them to editor@thereikidigest.com.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi everyone, my name is Dee and i am a Reiki Master and proud of that fact. I agree that there should be a Reiki Register for ALL Reiki Practioners including information about wether they are Reiki Level 1,2,3 especially Masters. I think that when a student completes each level that it should be updated on the Register. Maybe a Master can add the price of the Registration to the price of their teaching.

What i would love to know is this; after having spent quite a bit of money to become a Master how much will it cost to get onto the register?

I have been teaching Reiki for the last 5 years but haven't made a lot of money at it because the people that I teach don't have a lot, so they pay me in bartered goods or services.

11:15 PM  

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