Hyakuten Inamoto is Japanese Buddhist monk of the Jodo-Shu, or Pure Land sect from Kyoto, Japan, who has studied Reiki with Chiyoko Yamaguchi, a student of Chujiro Hayashi. Hayashi Sensei was a student of Mikao Usui, the founder of Reiki Ryoho. After learning from Yamaguchi Sensei and then doing much individual research into the original teachings, Hyakuten Sensei developed Komyo Reiki Kai in 1998 (changing the name in 2016 to Komyo ReikiDo™) and began holding classes. Komyo ReikiDo follows the teachings of Usui Sensei and focuses most importantly first on healing mind, than the body. Usui Sensei believed that with spiritual improvement, the body would naturally be better capable of healing it self: “Firstly, the mind must be healed, and secondly the body must be made sound. If the mind is healthy, conforming to a path of integrity, then the body becomes sturdy of its own accord.” Hyakuten Sensei shares this belief. The Komyo Reiki system presents Reiki as it was understood and commonly practiced in the 1920-30’s in Japan. This system places emphasis on spiritual enfoldment through the practice of Reiki Ryoho, aiming to “Satori” or enlightenment.
“Reiki Ryoho is not just about the art of healing, it is about the art — a way of spiritual awakening, growth and development.”
Hyakuten is fluent in English, and is noted for his gentle manner and sense of humor. He teaches around the globe.
Internationally known as an authority on Reiki, Hyakuten Sensei has been an invaluable consultant and translator to many authors including :
“Hello! I’m Hyakuten Inamoto.
I’m here, You’re here
This is a very significant
meeting, I trust.
“When there’s THIS,
then THAT comes to be;
with the arising of THIS,
When there isn’t THIS,
THAT doesn’t come to be;
with the cessation of THIS,
Hyakuten Inamoto Sensei Japanese website: http://www.komyoreikido.jp/
Komyo ReikiDo™ international website: http://www.komyoreikido-international.net/