Seimei: The Power of Awakened Buddha Nature
There are two centers for the Practice and Study of Seimei in the United States: Morristown, New Jersey and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
At these centers, students who have received the power of Seimei, study its applications on health, wellness and its affect on everyday life.
Seimei is the awakened vital force of one's Buddha Nature. When awakened, it has the characteristic to positively influence physical reality and therefore when used, has the ability to heal. One way it can be used is as a powerful method of hands-off healing that helps to relieve pain and improve health and vitality in both the recipient and practitioner. Seimei is available today because of Toshihisa Hiraki; he lives in Japan and through his unique compassion, awards the power and motion of Seimei to those who want to explore their inherent Buddha Nature.
If you have had a demonstration of Seimei, you have experienced this unique compassion as the powerful ability to change the nature of pain and relieve pain.
When used to help acute or recent conditions the results are immediate and profound.
The power of Seimei also works effectively on chronic conditions, but as the body needs time to heal, a series of sessions is necessary. (Sessions are about 45 minutes.)
If you would like to try a Seimei session from a practitioner, please go to the
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We encourage you to come to one of our centers to experience the power of Seimei. Each month, hundreds of applications for Seimei are discovered.
The power of Seimei is awarded in Japan by Toshihisa Hiraki himself. There you will see and meet hundreds of Japanese people who have integrated this power into their lives and use it in a variety of different ways. Please contact us for more information about exploring the power of Seimei for yourself and your loved ones.
Phone: 1.973.427.4530 (NJ office.)
Clinic in NJ held at:
21 Normandy Heights Road
Morristown NJ 07960--Visit us in the Terrace Room
Clinic in Santa Fe, NM held at:
1420 4th Street (Hiraki Center)
Thursdays in Summer 7-9; Saturdays in Winter 10-12