"When the student is ready, the master appears," this quote attributed to Lao Tsu is carries great wisdom to us all the way from ancient Asia.
So the answer to this question is simple. When you are ready to learn Reiki, the right teacher will find you.
You will come across the master who is right for you and just at the right time.
If you struggling with not finding a Reiki style that resonates with you or if you can't seem to find a class that fits your schedule, or if you can't afford the training - whatever it may be that's preventing you from learning Reiki right now, don't let it worry it. It may simply be that it is not the right time.
Once you let go, and flow with what is relaxed and natural, you will be shown the way, you will be given the path, and the Reiki master will come before you without any effort.
You may find yourself overwhelmed by the multitudes of Reiki courses. How should you pick the one that's right for You?
Go with the Reiki teacher whose ways are resonating with you most. Don't force something that doesn't feel natural. If you are not connecting with a teacher or if something doesn't feel right, then you have your answer.
Approach this decision from a state of peace and love.
Also you've taken a Reiki class and feel that something is missing or that you are not certain of your Reiki ability after the training, then what is stopping you from learning more? If you feel that Reiki is (or can become) an important part of your life, then don't stop after just one class, keep learning, keep exploring.
In a practical sense, ideally you want to find a teacher who
If you can't find a Reiki Master near you, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly. I can do my best to find or recommend a Reiki teacher close to where you live.
With love and gratitude,
Dr. Maria Danilychev, MD
Dr. Maria Danilychev, MD is a hospice doctor, clinical research physician, and a Jikiden Reiki Shihan (master/teacher).