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Heso Chiryo Ho
Method for healing at the navel. This technique is particularly useful for healing the kidneys.

Hibiki (Sound/Echo/Vibration)
The sensation felt in the hand when the body is being scanned or healed. Experienced during Byosen Reikan Ho scanning.

Hui Yin Point
Located at the sacral base chakra, contracted in Tibetan Reiki attunements to prevent energy escaping.

Jakikiri Joka Ho
A technique used to cleanse and purify, often used to treat a byosen that will not easily heal.

Jiko Joka Ho
A Hiroshi Doi method for self purification.

Joshin Kokyu Ho (Purifying Breath)
A breathing technique that is used as part of Hatsu Rei Ho.

Jumon
Literally translated this means "sound to invoke a specific universal vibration" .i.e. a specific frequency of energy. Each Reiki symbol has a Jumon, which is it's name or mantra.

Kanji
An ideographic or pictographic character used in a Japanese system of writing based on borrowed or modified Chinese characters.

Kanji Hand Positions
These are traditional hand positions that appear in many different cultures. Used for Reiki they allow us to focus our thoughts and ask for the help we need with the tasks we are completing.

Kenyoko Ho (Dry Bathing)
A technique to cleanse the etheric and physical body that is used as part of Hatsu Rei Ho.

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