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Reiki One (v2) Test

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1.  One of the keys in Reiki is
 a. Purifying the hot stones
 b. Keeping our practice simple
 c. Using a heavy touch
 d. Using more oil than usual
2.  Do you need to be Buddhist to do Reiki?
 a. Yes
 b. Yes if you want to be authentic
 c. No
 d. No, Reiki is a Zen discipline, not Buddhist
3.  Can you do Reiki on yourself?
 a. No
 b. No, if you want to be authentic
 c. Yes, if you are a Buddhist
 d. Yes
4.  The author says living with Reiki is like
 a. Being on a charging locomotive, Hang on!
 b. Sitting in a stone garden
 c. Being tossed in the ocean waves
 d. Developing a friendship
5.  Reiki is a
 a. System of natural healing for body and mind
 b. System of Tibetan massage
 c. Korean variant of reflexology
 d. Nice change from sushi
6.  The word REIKI means
 a. Chinese massage
 b. Universal life force energy
 c. Japanese walking meditation
 d. Integration
7.  Reiki can be divided into these 2 parts.
 a. Essence and form
 b. Hand and foot
 c. Chinese or Tibetan
 d. Fast and slow
8.  The actual method for sharing and using Reiki are
 a. The slow of Reiki
 b. The foot of Reiki
 c. Tibetan Reiki
 d. The form of Reiki
9.  Where did Reiki come from?
 a. Japan
 b. New Jersey
 c. Tibet
 d. Brazil
10.  The author says the traditional story of how Reiki began
 a. Is just the way it happened
 b. Is cute
 c. Is outmoded
 d. Has mythical elements but is still valuable
11.  Was the founder of Reiki a medical doctor?
 a. Yes, a surgeon
 b. Yes, a chiropractor
 c. Yes, a naturopath
 d. No, the book implies he was a doctor of theology
12.  Dr. Usui found the healing techniques through
 a. Experimentation
 b. Building on osteopathic practices
 c. Deduction
 d. Ancient Sanskrit texts
13.  For 3 weeks before the 1st Reiki healing, Dr. Usui
 a. Had been fasting and meditating
 b. Had been experimenting with clients
 c. Had been editing the book: A New Healing Solution
 d. Having a good time
14.  Dr. Usui began by practicing Reiki among
 a. The rich
 b. The middle class
 c. The poor
 d. Korean immigrants
15.  How many Reiki Principles are there?
 a. 4
 b. 3
 c. 6
 d. 5
16.  What did Dr. Usui use as advertising in a new town?
 a. Lantern
 b. Newspaper
 c. Radio
 d. Parties
17.  As more people become attuned to Reiki
 a. Prices will drop
 b. The whole planet will benefit
 c. Prices will rise
 d. A purer form will emerge
18.  The person who took Reiki out of Japan was
 a. A woman
 b. A man
 c. Indonesian
 d. Chinese
19.  How many Reiki Grand Masters have there been?
 a. 4
 b. 5
 c. 11
 d. 27
20.  How may levels are there in Reiki?
 a. 5
 b. 11
 c. 4
 d. None, levels are a Western concept
21.  How to use and share Reiki is the subject of
 a. The First Text
 b. Transmission
 c. Forwarding
 d. The First Degree
22.  During Reiki training, a student receives
 a. Attunements
 b. Red books
 c. Flowers
 d. Foresides
23.  Referring to the last question, how many are received?
 a. In initial training, 4
 b. In initial training, 1
 c. In initial training, 5
 d. In initial training, 2
24.  Initial training opens for a student
 a. Account
 b. Tithing
 c. Energy systems
 d. Synchronicity
25.  Initial training also creates
 a. A permanent gateway to Reiki energy
 b. Insurance coverage
 c. Reiki Force Organization accreditation
 d. An RFO account
26.  During initial training, Reiki enters through the
 a. Eighth major chakra
 b. Nineteenth meridian
 c. Focal point
 d. Crown chakra
27.  How many major chakras do we have?
 a. 5
 b. 7
 c. 42
 d. 1
28.  What effect does Reiki have on the chakras?
 a. Negative
 b. Very positive
 c. Neutral
 d. None
29.  Besides people, Reiki healings can be given to
 a. The Earth
 b. Numbers
 c. Letters
 d. Dates
30.  One way to prepare for initial training is
 a. Order pizza
 b. Watch uplifting Disney videos
 c. Running
 d. Avoid eating meat
31.  After initial training, one should
 a. Give oneself a Reiki treatment daily for 30 days
 b. Ask the boss for a raise
 c. Call Mom
 d. Update the Facebook page
32.  One of the effects of initial training is
 a. Ossification
 b. Detoxification
 c. Maintenance
 d. Equalization
33.  Can we carry stress from other lifetimes?
 a. Yes
 b. No
 c. Depends on the fifteenth meridian
 d. Only if the aura is open
34.  A post-training meeting with the trainer is called
 a. Settling Up
 b. Balancing
 c. Quo
 d. Reiki Exchange
35.  Can Reiki healing be done long distance?
 a. No
 b. Yes
 c. Only when originating from First Shrine in Japan
 d. All of the above
36.  Energy from second level training is about
 a. The tenth major chakra
 b. The intellect
 c. 4 x stronger than that from initial training
 d. The emotional
37.  Master level in Reiki is specifically for those who
 a. Wish to teach Reiki to others
 b. Need the tax deduction
 c. Want to vote in the annual RFO Assembly
 d. All of the above
38.  Reiki is
 a. Finite
 b. Retrograde
 c. Intergraded
 d. Infinite
39.  Can Reiki be depleted?
 a. No
 b. Yes, so choose your work carefully
 c. Only during the waning half of the month
 d. Yes if done without proper protection
40.  Does Reiki need faith to be effective?
 a. Only on the second level
 b. No
 c. Only during the waxing half of the month
 d. Yes
41.  Will Reiki be effective for a negative purpose?
 a. This is a sixth level function
 b. Yes. Energy does not care how it is used.
 c. No
 d. Yes, but more energy is required
42.  Reiki will be more effective if
 a. Our RFO account is current
 b. Our aura is cleansed daily
 c. Applied to a single person
 d. Our intent benefits the greatest good
43.  Effective healing requires
 a. Healing ourselves first
 b. The sixth level
 c. The healing accreditation
 d. Faith in Reiki
44.  The quality of our intention in Reiki
 a. Directly affects the results of our actions
 b. Is noted at Reiki Force Organization
 c. Does not affect the universal energy of Reiki
 d. Is more about us than about Reiki
45.  45. A full self-treatment in Reiki lasts
 a. 30 minutes
 b. 90 minutes
 c. 60 minutes
 d. 5 minutes
46.  How many positions are there in self-treatment?
 a. 3
 b. 4
 c. 15
 d. 12
47.  The basic positions correspond to
 a. The direction of Taniai, where Dr. Usui was born
 b. The direction of Tokyo, Japan
 c. The chakras
 d. The latitude
48.  After a self-treatment,
 a. Ground yourself
 b. Eat carbohydrates
 c. Drink something with sugar to restore energy
 d. All of the above
49.  A contraindication for Reiki self-treatment is
 a. Headache
 b. Stomach ache
 c. Tiredness
 d. Bath or swimming pool
50.  What 2 ways does Reiki work in self-treatment?
 a. Integration and ossification
 b. Melding and forwarding
 c. Healing and prevention
 d. Centering and grounding
51.  A Reiki treatment generally begins
 a. With the stomach
 b. With the feet
 c. With the eyes
 d. With the elbow
52.  A Reiki treatment generally ends with
 a. Base of spine
 b. Stomach
 c. Feet
 d. Diaphragm
53.  Part of the body not used in the usual Reiki session
 a. Ankle
 b. Foot
 c. Femur
 d. Knees
54.  During a Reiki treatment, the client turns over after
 a. The 8th hand position
 b. Halfway
 c. The 6th hand position
 d. The 10th foot position
55.  May a client talk during a Reiki treatment?
 a. Yes but it is better not to
 b. No
 c. Yes
 d. Yes but the Reiki therapist must remain silent
56.  Who makes the hand gestures during treatment?
 a. Client
 b. Therapist
 c. Both
 d. Depends upon the intention
57.  Do the hands touch the body during treatment?
 a. No but this can be a nice benefit
 b. Never
 c. Always
 d. Depends upon the intention
58.  Do you need to change a client’s belief about Reiki?
 a. No
 b. Yes, the client must appreciate the procedure
 c. Yes, word about the benefits must be spread
 d. Yes, ignorance blocks the energy
59.  Will Reiki work when the therapist dislikes the client?
 a. No, negativity stifles the Reiki energy
 b. Yes, it works better since no attachment interferes
 c. No since oneness cannot be achieved
 d. Yes
60.  In later sessions with a client, the therapist can
 a. Introduce oil into the hand gestures
 b. Chant the Pure Land mantra
 c. Discuss setting a Reiki intent
 d. Suggest Reiki products
61.  When a client is ready, the Reiki therapist can
 a. Scan the aura to check for areas needing work
 b. Take a cell phone picture of the aura
 c. Record the aura for comparison with later work
 d. Charge an additional fee for aural work
62.  Energy imbalances should
 a. Be discussed with the client
 b. Be healed after specific permission from the client
 c. Not be mentioned to the client
 d. Be rotated
63.  To be a clear channel for Reiki, we should
 a. Consume less caffeine
 b. Consume more caffeine, love the energy
 c. Orient the table in the direction of Taniai
 d. Meditate with the client before beginning
64.  End a client session by
 a. Asking for a referral
 b. Asking for the next appointment
 c. Running the credit card
 d. Dedicating the effects to some good cause
65.  Typically a Reiki therapist gives treatments while
 a. Sitting
 b. Debriefing
 c. Standing
 d. Murmuring the area being worked on for clarity
66.  Another possibility at the end of a session is to
 a. Brush the aura
 b. Brush the clothes
 c. Brush the table
 d. Say good bye
67.  A modality which can be used to aid cleansing is
 a. Def Leppard music
 b. Crystals
 c. Eating
 d. Watching a video
68.  After a treatment, the client should
 a. Get up slowly
 b. Want to bounce up
 c. Abstain from meat for 48 hours
 d. Meditate
69.  69. Can Reiki heal past events?
 a. No
 b. Only with third level training
 c. Yes, when combined with aromatherapy
 d. Yes
70.  A client with a serious problem should schedule
 a. Five treatments the first week
 b. Four treatments the first week
 c. Three treatments the first week
 d. Daily treatments the first week
71.  Children and animals
 a. Should be charged at half price
 b. May not sit still for the full time
 c. Should be given a treat after the session
 d. Should not be given Reiki under age 5
72.  72. It is recommended that children be treated
 a. With a parent or guardian present
 b. In a room reserved for children
 c. With a stuffed animal available
 d. While being videotaped for protection
73.  The Five Principles come from
 a. Emperor Meiji (1852-1912)
 b. Dr. Mikao Usui (1865-1926)
 c. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)
 d. Emperor Ninken (488-498)
74.  The Five Principles should be
 a. Chanted with the client
 b. Framed and hung on the wall of the session room
 c. Repeated 108 times for 89 days
 d. Spoken twice daily
75.  The Five Principles can be transformed into
 a. The Five Suggestions
 b. Samplers
 c. Client education
 d. The Five Intentions
76.  The author suggests doing this with each Principle.
 a. Writing it 100 times
 b. Burning it with Agarwood incense
 c. Journaling
 d. Nothing
77.  Virtues the Principles suggest are
 a. Patience, compassion, gratitude
 b. Temperance, good temper
 c. Courage, perseverance
 d. Tolerance, philomathy
78.  One way to discover where a client needs help is
 a. To scan the heel chakra
 b. To do a wider meditation
 c. To check the hair
 d. To ask the client
79.  If a client has a medical condition and refuses to see a doctor,
 a. The therapist should decline to treat
 b. The therapist should continue to treat
 c. The therapist should call the doctor
 d. Hallelujah! Book a series of appointments!
80.  When enjoying Reiki relaxation,
 a. Face Fukuyama, where Usui died
 b. Try to find any tension and release it
 c. Face Kyoto where Usui is memorialized
 d. Sleep
81.  When doing the relaxation, it may help to
 a. Repeat: Release and Relax
 b. Sip a little Johnnie Walker
 c. Think about the upcoming Saturday night
 d. Dream about the next day off
82.  When doing Reiki visualization, the color imagined is
 a. Gold or white
 b. Red or blue
 c. Green or yellow
 d. Silver or black
83.  Reiki visualization is a good point to
 a. Concentrate on the feeling of sadness
 b. Think of others who may need healing
 c. Focus on nirvana
 d. Fade into a nap
84.  If you find Reiki coming outside of a session
 a. Ignore it. Reiki is for sessions only.
 b. Get a client in fast
 c. Store it
 d. Sit with it if that is convenient
85.  Can Reiki be tuned into as needed?
 a. Of course
 b. No, it is only available for sessions
 c. This comes with 4th level training
 d. Yes, it is 540.1 on the AM dial
86.  Can a mantra be repeated when giving Reiki?
 a. Only if it is done by the client
 b. Yes if the mantra is in Sanskrit
 c. Yes
 d. No, this is not appropriate
87.  Give an example of a useful mantra for Reiki.
 a. The word Reiki or any of the Five Principles
 b. Come on, team, win!!
 c. Five more minutes, five more minutes
 d. Mantras are not practiced within Reiki
88.  The word mantra means
 a. Repeated word
 b. Prayer
 c. Salvation
 d. Mind protection
89.  A way to deepen our Reiki practice is to
 a. Become a life member of RFO
 b. Meditate on each of the Five Principles
 c. Become certified
 d. Go for the fifth level
90.  What is the best time to meditate?
 a. Early morning
 b. Right before bed
 c. Noon
 d. Afternoon
91.  What are the parts of meditation?
 a. Fusion and separateness
 b. Mysticism and publicity
 c. Bright night and fast turtle
 d. Contemplation and placement
92.  How often should you meditate?
 a. Once a week
 b. Every day
 c. Once a month
 d. Once a month, at the full moon
93.  There is no point in meditating if
 a. You are not really interested in changing
 b. You are not Buddhist
 c. You are not Chinese
 d. You are new at Reiki
94.  Should we seek out a meditation teacher?
 a. No, it is simple and completely do-it-yourself
 b. Why? I can read a book
 c. The teacher might be tax-deductible.
 d. It is a good idea
95.  One thing given at the second level is
 a. 10% off card
 b. Council status at RFO
 c. A special T-shirt
 d. Symbols
96.  Reiki therapists are taught to trust in
 a. MasterCard
 b. The innate wisdom of Reiki
 c. The wisdom of the thirty-second chakra
 d. The truth of the meridians
97.  In a Reiki session, the therapist needs to be aware
 a. The therapist may experience the same symptoms as the client
 b. Of the time. They cannot go over
 c. Not to give too much Reiki
 d. Of the Imperial Reiki Sequence
98.  The experience in the last question may be useful in
 a. Telling when it is time to start wrapping it up
 b. Telling when to start shutting Reiki down
 c. Telling when to enter Imperial Terminal Maneuver
 d. Telling what area needs attention
99.  The experience in the last question is called
 a. Melding
 b. Closing
 c. Termination
 d. Withdrawal
100.  More valuable than reading about Reiki is
 a. Charging for it
 b. Watching the video
 c. Going to Japan
 d. Personally experiencing it
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