Once you have chosen to train with a particular Reiki Master and Teacher, it's normally a good idea to complete as much of your training with the same Master and Teacher as far as possible. This is for the sake of continuity. It's easier to follow the same style of teaching for each of the Reiki levels.
However, for a variety of reasons, you may not be able to complete your training with the same teacher. You may then wish to study with another teacher. One of the issues that commonly arises is this: as there are different teaching methods (both in substance and in form), your new teacher may require you to repeat all the levels with him or her or to undertake a conversion course.
If you need to change mid-way, try finding a master and teacher from the same lineage. The teaching is then likely to follow the same path and you may be allowed to continue with your training.
As there are
different Reiki lineages and teaching systems, some
students actually prefer to study with a number of
different masters and teachers in order to gain a much
broader understanding of Reiki. If you have the
opportunity to do likewise, that's just great.
Also, there are different Reiki Levels. For example, Western Reiki may have Levels 1 to 3 (although some Reiki Masters teach this over Levels 1 to 4). Some even spread teaching to 7 Levels.
Eastern Reiki may have Levels 1 to 4.
Western Reiki spread over Levels 1 to 3 and Eastern Reiki
spread over Levels 1 to 4.
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