Te A Te Reiki
The development and teaching of Te a Te, healing through spirit
In 1933, M. Masahilo Nakazono Osensei became an Acupuncture apprentice under Dr. Juso Motoyama Sensei; he was certified in Body Energy Alignment (Kappo) in 1938; in the late 40s he became the personal student of Master Morihei Ueshiba Osensei, the originator of Aikido and George Ohsawa Sensei, the originator of Macrobiotics.
He spent over 10 years studying the way of healing through spirit, Te a Te, with Master Sakai and the art and science of healing through Sound with Ogasawara Sensei. These studies form the basis of Kototama Life Medicine which he instructed and guided Dr. Thomas E. Duckworth in for over ten years before acknowledging him as a teacher, Sensei, doctor.
Thomas E. Duckworth, Doctor of Kototama Life Medicine, Mary’s teacher, has been in full time continuous practice since 1980. Dr. Duckworth’s Natural Life Therapy Clinic provides the Energetic and Vibrational healing modalities of Spirit Touch (termed TAMA-TOUCH), Inochi (Life) Acupuncture, Kototama Sound Healing, and Futonolito Meridian Therapy in St. Louis, 314-991-6035. www.nltclinic.com.
He has taught throughout the US and Mexico for the past 35 years. He was designated a Sensei/Master by the founder of Kototama Life Medicine, Masahilo M. Nakazono Osensei in 1987 and is the only designated teacher of Te a Te/Kototama Medicine.
Dr. Duckworth’s Institute of American Acupuncture and Life Medicine is a nonprofit organization that provides direct healthcare services and education to the disadvantaged and underserved of the St. Louis community. www.ialm.org
Mary S. Wallis carries on this tradition of teaching Reiki in St. Louis. “Like” the Improved Performance Inc. Facebook page for afuture offerings. Or call the clinic at (314) 921-3366 to be placed on the class waiting list.
For each Healing Blanket sold, Improved Performance donates $18.90 (10%) to the Institute of American Acupuncture and Life Medicine.