Kit is passionate about healing and inner liberation, and his love of Reiki as a simple but powerful way to bring about change has been growing since he first met it in New Zealand, 2006. Completing his master training in the UK in 2007, he moved to Thailand and began developing his skills with Reiki healing and teaching. He now regularly runs Reiki workshops from Bangkok.
The anger, criticism, and fear that used to choke my inner garden are only echoes now. Of all the techniques I have tried, including meditation, tai chi, aikido, and yoga, the most effective catalyst in my quest to find peace in the mind and strength in the body has proven to be Reiki.
I grew up in an intense spiritual atmosphere, the Evangelical Church, which was a fervent blend of love and fear. By the time I was studying my undergraduate degree in psychology I was deeply into the faith, and was becoming increasingly interested in the power of the Holy Spirit to empower Christians in prophecy and healing. But one day I awoke to find that I could no longer feel the presence of God, and with that my faith dissolved. I fell into a deep crisis at the age of 20, losing not only my home in Christianity, but also my very identity.
I needed to create some breathing space to rediscover who I was, so I embarked on a one-year backpacking adventure around the world, in which I explored atheism, Buddhism, and the martial arts. While living and working in New Zealand I came across the word Reiki in a newsletter, and immediately felt a desire to learn about Reiki, even though I didn’t know what it was. After discovering all I could from the library, I hitch-hiked through the South Island of New Zealand, connecting with several Reiki Masters, before finding the teacher who felt completely right to me, Janine Joyce.
During the level one course she attuned me to the Tibetan, Karuna, Usui Shiki Ryōhō and Shambhalla traditions. During the first initiation I felt a strong sense of familiarity, and realised that this Reiki was the same Holy Spirit I knew from Christianity. This marked the beginning of a new chapter in my life, one in which Reiki daily provided strength, healing and comfort, and one in which I began to bridge divides that had grown in my life: heart and head, family and self, self and other, work and rest.
On returning to the UK I met Richard Ellis, who taught me the value of experiencing the blessing and power of Reiki without getting attached to any kind of religion. He also took me through to the master-teacher level of Usui Shiki Ryōhō in September 2007.
Reiki Healing Sessions
We begin by defining your goal for the treatment. We then move into the silence of Reiki for approximately 45 minutes. When the healing is done, I gently guide you back, and we will discuss how it went for you and what your next steps should be.
Session fee is 1000 Thai baht.
When we meet for the course, we will cover any questions you have about the theory, but as soon as we can we will focus on beginning your practice, on the powerful initiations, and on getting aligned with the spirit of Reiki. We do this over two days, with approximately six hours each day.
- This is a two-day course, with between one and six students on a course.
- For one-on-one courses, lunch is included in the course fee.
- For group courses, both lunch and transportation from central Bangkok is included in the course fee.
- If you are desperate to study but cannot afford the fee, please contact me using the form below, and tell me a bit about your situation in the ‘extra details’ box.
What to Bring
For the course, wear comfortable clothes, as each day we will do some gentle warm-up exercises from Chi Kung. Bring a notepad and pen or pencil to make notes.