Center for Change
11 Bellis Circle
Cambridge, MA 02140
Richard Curtin, Psy.D., Reiki Master Teacher
KARUNA is a Sanskrit word used in Buddhism, Hinduism, and Zen. It means "compassionate action" and in spiritual practice, is any action that diminishes the suffering of others.
KARUNA REIKI is a system of Reiki developed by William Rand of the International Center for Reiki Training. He and several other Reiki Masters channeled the eight treatment symbols used in this system, and found them to have profoundly useful effects. This energy feels different than Usui Reiki, and compliments it well. It seems to penetrate all levels of the human energy field, including the cellular level. KARUNA REIKI also deepens one’s connection to spiritual guidance.
In the KARUNA REIKI system, there are two levels, eight treatment symbols, and two master symbols. William Rand offers this description of the four Karuna Level I symbols: The first symbol prepares the client to receive the deep healing and is also useful with past life issues. The second symbol heals deeply sealed issues and can release the cause of psychic and psychological attack. The third symbol fills the client with love and can be used to heal relationships, heal addictions, and develop compassion. The fourth symbol grounds the client by opening the lower chakras and strengthening one’s connection to the Earth. The Karuna II symbols are of a higher vibration and more powerful than those of Karuna I. They help connect directly with the Higher Self and work on a deep level.
This three day training includes:
• Four Level I symbols, four Level II symbols, and four Master symbols
• Attunements for each level
• Cellular re-patterning and past life healing techniques
• Instruction and practice in giving attunements for KARUNA REIKI Practitioner and Master Levels
• Instruction and practice in giving and receiving KARUNA REIKIß treatments
• Advanced energy healing techniques including psychic surgery, sweeping, and body scan
PREREQUISITE: Usui Reiki Master Training (and one year of practice at the Master Level)