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Reiki Infinite Healer allows individuals to heal themselves and others without the need for years of training with a master, saving time and expense. This new course has received critical acclaim.

Scottsdale, Arizona, United States of America – June 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Reiki was developed in 1922 by Buddhist monk Mikao Usui, who adapted the practice to transfer ki energy, a form of life force, from the palms of the hands of a healer to one ailed by physical or mental maladies. Reiki is now increasingly popular, and more people want to be able to learn the practice, but doing so has traditionally required years of study under a master and a small fortune for the privilege. Now however, fully certified Reiki master Dave Nelson has created a new streamlined system by which individuals discover and master Reiki from the inside out, guiding their revelations in a fraction of the time, and without the need to travel anywhere for courses.

The course is designed to lead individuals down the path of revelation that Mikao Usui first went through, creating the practice in just 21 days. The course is split into three degrees for healing, distance healing and mastery, and individuals receive official certification upon completion, all while learning from home with written, audio and video learning materials.

The product has already seen a great many testimonials and reviews (http://www.divinedecadence.org/reiki-infinite-healer-home-course-review), which detail individual experiences of the program and universally recommend it to those interested in pursuing a mastery of this energetic healing system. Dave Nelson has also launched social media profiles that provide useful tips for practicing Reiki: https://twitter.com/reiki_infinite.

A spokesperson for Reiki Infinite Healer explained, “Each level of the course takes just a week to complete, and undertaking all three levels allows you to practice Reiki not just on yourself but on others, not just for general well being but for genuine healing. Dave Nelson is a certified master and understood from his own experiences and research that if we want to get really good at Reiki, we need to go back to the system as it was originally developed by Mikao Usui. This is a much more streamlined system, and therefore allows us to become better at Reiki in a shorter amount of time when compared to modern day courses.”

About Reiki Infinite Healer: Reiki Infinite Healer is a step-by-step course for learning how to use the power of Reiki to heal and balance oneself and others physically, emotionally and spiritually. Reiki Infinite Healer empowers individuals to learn Reiki as it was intended and makes it easier than ever to attain true levels of Reiki’s power to heal, without the need to travel to classes over months and years, work directly with a Reiki master or incur all the costs and time of such study.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.divinedecadence.org/reiki-infinite-healer-home-course-review

Contact Info:
Name: Dave Nelson
Email: twitter1@reikiinfinitehealer.com
Phone: (480) 478-1489
Organization: Reiki Infinite Healer

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