The Seimei Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax - exempt organization. Donations can be made through PayPal. Thank you for supporting our efforts. Our demonstrations and sessions during the clinics are free of charge.
In today's environment of increasing personal stress and skyrocketing health care costs, alternatives are becoming critical to successful living. Seimei is a simple solution for tough times. The SEIMEI Foundation has therefore established two major expansion goals. Your donations will help support them.
Increase Public Awareness
Implement effective public outreach and education activities to raise awareness and understanding of the potential of SEIMEI. This will be accomplished through local marketing efforts and creation of a database of specific positive outcomes for SEIMEI practioners and clients, to be made avaiable to a national audience through our website.
Establish at least two SEIMEI schools in the United States
These schools will be community-based centers where members take classes and practice, teachers are trained and the public is welcome. The new SEIMEI Schools will be located in Hawthorne, New Jersey and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
We love volunteering in our community and we partner with other agencies that provide services for the benefit of all. You can read about some of our initatives under Partnerships, and Community Involvement
Many people who have come to Jissen Kai (SEIMEI night/Our Healing Clinic) received sessions and have had amazing and long term results, or have achieved those results by seeing a pracititioner. If you are one of them and want to donate so that we may expand our services, we thank you.
"I was bitten by a brown recluse spider in my classroom. I was so ill I couldn't teach. I couldn't take any medicine because of another medical condition I had. I did one SEIMEI session and my lump disappeared. I was back at work in two days. The doctor was amazed. I want everyone to know about the potential of SEIMEI and am donating to your mission. Much gratitude, Jennifer Jones."