Level I-III Seminar (also See: Calendar)
Seimei (Awakened Vital Life Force of our Buddha Nature) is a non-touch technique from Japan that enables and promotes health, healing and connection. It is absolutely safe, and is totally non-invasive.
Since its founding in 1984, more than 15,000 Japanese have become practitioners. They were attracted to Seimei by the speed with which results occurred, and that both the practitioner and recipient benefited from the process simultaneously, and how easily it was learned.
Register for our Level I-III classes today and take your life and health to a new level! It used to take several years to go through the first three levels of Seimei. Now, enough people are learning it that you can receive this instruction in 40 hours after returning from the ceremony in Japan.
There are ten powers in the study of Seimei. Linked to these ten powers are ten levels of practice and theory. In order to begin to study Seimei, first you must receive the power for levels I-III from the originator, Hiraki Kaiso at the head temple in Japan. Ten hours of class are completed there. Then the practice and study for the first three levels is on-going and then completed in the United States. Right now there are two practice and study centers where classes will be given. One is in Morristown, N.J., and the other Santa Fe, N.M. For people outside these centers, the process for application and the journey to know your own Seimei is under the tab "Application Process."
You learn many techniques to work with this power (without touching someone), such as how to do a full Seimei session to work on either a chronic or acute condition, as well as long distance and mental application.
The trip to Japan to receive these powers is available two times per year; classes immediately follow the Journey to Japan. Call the office for package rates at this time and also see the information under the tab "Application Process and Costs." This is an emotional, time and financial commitment.
Japan trip date are the fourth Sunday in January and in July each year. This is when the ceremony takes place in Japan and we abide by their calendar.
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