I have always loved gazing at the stars. When I look up at the night sky, I make myself aware of the vast space above, beside and beneath me, and I think about the fact that I’m sitting on the surface of a planet that is floating in the middle of nowhere, traveling around a star. I’m a passenger. How did that happen? Why? I have absolutely no control over any of this. The thought is somehow soothing. I’m here, I don’t understand why, and my brain just can’t process how insignificant I actually am compared to the whole Universe that’s around me. I’m only a tiny spot. But I’m here. We’re all here. And I trust that there is a reason for that.
Growing up, I used to think about this all the time. But when you reach a certain age, society expects you to become more serious and mature, to stop being “a dreamer”. And before I realized, this beautiful, colorful world I lived in turned black and white, and I couldn’t really find my place there.
Someone just recently asked me why I have started practicing Master Usui’s healing method. I told her about the emptiness I felt, as if something was missing from my life. I was 24 years old, working at a bank, trying to focus on things that I was told were important. Even though it didn’t really matter to me, I tried to accept that it was worth working for material success. And I started to believe that I shouldn’t listen to my heart because there is no logic in that.
Maybe you are familiar with the experience of what it’s like to be called a dreamer. You slowly start to believe that you might be one indeed. They may be right after all. You are the one who doesn’t fit in, so you’d probably need to change your way of thinking. Still, you cannot let go of this feeling that there’s more to our existence. Because otherwise it just doesn’t make sense. I couldn’t give up this one last ray of hope. Without talking about it too much, I kept carrying it inside my heart.
I have a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in economics. Throughout the years of working at a bank and at an accounting company, I realized that I don’t want to spend my time doing something I can’t wholeheartedly do. I was not planning on buying a house or a car; I just wanted to find my true purpose in life.
I realized that whenever I was able to help someone, it genuinely made me happy. So I started looking for a way to be able to help other people. Then, in 2008, I came across something that sounded very interesting. A Japanese healing method, which, if you choose it to be, can become a spiritual path as well. I met my master, Dae Chong and I decided to go and attend the first course. After that I started practicing at home every day, and together with other practitioners every 2 weeks or so. After a lot of practicing, I started treating people. I was so happy that I got feedback and could see results. I felt that this was something I really wanted to do.
Many years have passed and I’m very grateful for all my experiences along the way. Master Usui’s method helped me to get through the difficulties and cope with the losses that happened to me in the past. It helped me to start becoming who I really am. During the past 10 years, I have experienced the wonderful and powerful healing abilities of the method. Not only on the physical but also on the spiritual level. I have treated many people using this healing method over the years, and I’m thankful for the moments of deep spiritual connection I’ve had the chance to experience. I love giving energy treatments. It’s a meditation. I put my ego aside and let the healing energy flow through me and do its wonderful work. Knowing that it’s always here with me and available when I or anyone I know need help makes me really happy.
I became a healer in 2009 and an instructor in 2011. I was regularly treating patients as a professional healer in two of our Dojos in Hungary from 2012 to 2014. I left Hungary in 2014; I currently live and teach in Southeast Asia. I traveled to Japan with Master Dae Chong and Seijin in 2016, and there I also received the authorization to teach Master Usui’s healing method.
My lineage is: Mikao Usui – Kanichi Taketomi – Kimiko Koyama – Hiroshi Doi – Kikyō.
Even though I don’t teach Gendai Reiki, I’m grateful and honored to have been able to learn from Hiroshi Doi Sensei in Japan.
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I speak English and Hungarian.