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Dr. Usui  

Dr. Usui was born on 15 August 1865 in the village of Taniai in the Yamagata district of the Gifu Prefecture, Japan, which is now located near present day Nagoyo. Usui's father's common name was Uzaemon,[6] and his mother was from the Kawai family. His brothers, Sanya and Kuniji, grew up to become a doctor and a policeman respectively. He also had an older sister called Tsuru. Dr. Usui married Sadako Suzuki, who bore children by the names of Fuji and Toshiko. Fuji (1908–1946) went on to teach at Tokyo University, and Toshiko lived a short life, dying at the age of 22 in 1935. The entire family's ashes are buried at the grave site at the Saiho-ji Temple in Tokyo.

Dr. Usui founded the Usui Reiki Ryoho Gakkai (in Traditional Mandarin, meaning "Usui's Spiritual Energy Therapy Society"), a society of Japanese Reiki masters. His style is assumed to have survived to the present day (assumed as no-one knows exactly how the Gakkai practises nowadays), with Ushida being the one who, upon death, substituted the presidency of the association. This society remained secret for many years and at present, the shihan (master), Masaki Kondoh, is the president of the Gakkai. Though many of their teachings still remain secret, little by little, members of this association - such as Master Hiroshi Doi - have been sharing their knowledge with the rest of the world. In spite of this, it continues to be a hermetic society, nearly impossible to access.

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