Guest Teachers

Hyakuten Inamoto

Even if you are already Reiki attuned and/or have a healing practice, please take a moment to read about Mr. Inamoto. He is a revered spiritual teacher with a profound understanding of Reiki as a healing practice on every level—physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. He is only teaching a few times in the United States in 2013, and his schedule beyond that is unpredictable.

Hyakuten Inamoto is a non-sectarian Japanese Buddhist monk from Kyoto, Japan. He studied all levels of Reiki with Mrs. Chiyoko Yamaguchi, who learned Reiki in the 1930’s from Chujiro Hayashi. Mr. Hayashi studied directly with Mikao Usui, the founder of Reiki Ryoho (healing art).

After studying with Mrs. Yamaguchi, Mr. Inamoto decided to research the original teachings of Usui Sensei. As a result of his findings, he developed Komyo Reiki Kai in 1998 and began holding classes in Japan, and eventually, throughout the world. Komyo Reiki Kai follows the teachings of Usui Sensei and focuses on healing not only the body but, most importantly, the soul or spirit. Usui Sensei believed that with spiritual improvement, the body would naturally be better capable of healing itself. Mr. Inamoto shares this belief.

Internationally known as an authority on Reiki, Mr. Inamoto has been an invaluable consultant and translator to many authors including The Reiki Sourcebook by Bronwen and Frans Stiene, and Reiki—A Comprehensive Guide by Reiki Master Teacher, Pamela Miles.

Hyakuten Sensei is fluent in English, and is noted for his kind, gentle manner and joyous sense of humor.

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