There are four levels in Komyo Reiki system:
- Shoden (1st.level)
- Chuden (2nd.level)
- Okuden (3rd.level)
- Shinpiden (Teacher)
Komyo Reiki Kai, the system Hyakuten Inamoto Sensei has created, presents Reiki as it was understood and commonly practiced in the 1930's in Japan. This system places emphasis on spiritual enfoldment through the practice of Reiki Ryoho, aiming for "satori" or enlightenment.
Students receive the original Komyo Reiki Kai manual, as well as other handouts and materials to further their learning of historical, practical and beneficial aspects of Reiki Ryoho. An ongoing student-teacher relationship is encouraged to support commitment to practice. Through Reiki practice, we continue to cultivate and uplift our spirituality in order to attain the ultimate objective of Reiki Ryoho, which is “Satori” (individual enlightened understanding). – Hyakuten Inamoto The basics of Reiki are not difficult to learn, but with consistent practice, the benefits last a lifetime. Many students initially learn Reiki in order to do physical self-healing. With practice, they soon realize that their mental state is clearer, their emotional state is calmer, and their spiritual connection is deepened.