Celebrating Our Reiki Founder Guru’s Birthday Seva No 1

Every year, LHSG (Kenya chapter) honours our Guru Mikao Usui, the founder of Reiki, by doing special Reiki sevas on his birthday, which falls on August 15th.

This year we did 3 sevas:

  1. We conducted a Reiki Level 2 Workshop for the disabled Children and their helpers at the Compassionate Hands Centre for the Disabled in Ruai, Nairobi
  2. We conducted a Ho’oponopono Forgiveness Workshop at the Faraja Cancer Support Centre, Nairobi
  3. We sent distant Booster Reiki Attunements to our members.

Here is the report and pictures of the first event. LHSG member Sheela Shah conducted the Reiki level 2 Camp at Ruai, assisted by LHSG members Shariffa Keshavjee and Aunuradha Nath.

We have been associated with the Compassionate Hands centre for the past 6 years, having trained their children and staff in Reiki, as well as sponsoring some of their children for education. Our thanks go to Anne Njeri, the founder of the Compassionate Hands Centre for continuing to allow us to empower the children.

Please read on …..

Thank you!

Kamal Tolia

LHSG Founder Member


The Reiki ll camp at Compassionate Hands home, Ruai, went very well. Shariffajee, Anuradha and I with Festo on the wheel, arrived at the home within the hour of leaving Parklands. We started in good time and got straight into the symbols. Out of the 15 children present, 7 of them were sitting in as a refresher and the rest (8), were new. They were attentive and grasped memorizing the symbols well. Attunement was uneventful but restful. It was good to see everyone remembering their chakras as they did the self-healing exercise. After a 45 mins lunch break, we resumed. The children were intrigued about the concept of absent healing. They eagerly wanted to send healing to 2 children from the home who were currently in the hospital for respiratory ailments. We sent Angel healing for complete recovery from all respiratory problems. For Evelyn, we used the pillow method, where we visualised her lying on the pillow and placed our hands on her chest. We then visualised Evelyn smiling and looking well after the healing.

The Reiki box concept was quite thrilling for them too. They were happy to write several intentions. Healing Mother Earth was clearly also a new idea that they had not thought of. We ended with a happy song/ dance, courtesy of Shariffajee’s guidance.

Group pictures were taken, certificates were handed out and all the donations of rice, water melons, and milk were received graciously.

All went well, and Anne Njeri the founder of the centre was very grateful for our interest in empowering the children. We were also assisted by one of the workers there, Amina, who is a former Hawkers Market Girls Centre Graduate.

Thank you Shariffajee and Anuradha for your ever valuable assistance and guidance. Last but not least, gratitude to Reiki for the opportunity and successful camp.

Sheela Shah

LHSG Member


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