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Reiki True Self Enlightenment with Hyakuten Inamoto and Diana Fels

Hyakuten Inamoto and Diana Fels Melbourne Reiki True Self Enlightenment

Reiki True Self Enlightenment with Hyakuten Inamoto and Diana Fels

What a brilliant live in-person chat with Hyakuten Inamoto a teacher of mine, in Melbourne, Australia.

It was wonderful of Hyakuten to share his aspects on the Reiki practitioner, true self, satori enlightenment, mind and body and the central buddha teachings, no attachment, no expectations, no nothing.

I like Hyakuten Inamoto perspective on many things. I drew upon asking about aspects on Reiki and practices that resonate with me, some are:

  • Reiki practitioner final destination is Satori Enlightenment
  • Enlightenment means to reach true self
  • Santori enlightenment is the end of suffering
  • Means no attachment, no expectation, no nothing
  • Enlightenment beyond separation, the world of oneness, no pain, no suffering, no nothing
  • No attachment is shortcut to Enlightenment and the end of suffering
  • Everyone has true self in Buddhism it is Buddha nature, the seed to become enlightened
  • Attachment is the cause of suffering
  • Human love has attachment, true love is unconditional

Usui Reiki Ryoho is 2-fold: Healing practice and Spiritual practice, to become one
Mind and body are one, purify the body, we purify the mind at the same time

Daily routine self-healing: me first, healthy and happy before helping others

Place Hands, Surrender 100% to Reiki and Smile

Gokai (Reiki Precepts):
Kyo dakewa
Ikaru na
Shinpai suna
Kansha shite
Gyo o hageme
Hito ni shinsetsu ni 

Today only      Do not anger      Do not worry      Be grateful
Be true to your way and being      Be compassionate to yourself and others

Some parting words of wisdom, money is nothing, health is everything. Invite happiness and good health is the best reward you can have.

I resonate a lot and enjoy talking to Hyakuten, his journey, stories and way he explains things is easy. Hyakuten has a beautiful soft energy, he is very kind, gentle, generous and welcoming.

I like his dedication to his practice and I am inspired how at 83 years old he continues to spread the goodness of Reiki out into the world globally and traveling abroad too.

Keeping the practice simple and the Japanese principles of less is more.

Lovely to have spent time with him in Melbourne too, awesome! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I have much gratitude and appreciation for this opportunity. ?

Ichi-go, ichi-e, once in a life time

Hyakuten Inamoto is a pure land Buddhist monk from Kyoto Japan who started his Reiki journey in 1994. Hyakuten teaches Reiki globally and has been a major source to contributing to Reiki researchers works, their publications, books and helping to translate Japanese. He has also been a significant source to knowing more about Mount Kurama, where Reiki is said to began. For more on Hyakuten Inamoto see, komyoreikido

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