is a healing art that by focusing spiritual light gradually penetrates
and dissolves the spiritual clouds that cause physical, emotional,
and personal dilemmas. “Jyorei” means “Purification
of the spirit.” Meishusama developed this healing practice
as a treatment for physical infirmities during the 1930s. Jyorei’s
healing technique, as practiced by Shumei members, took its final
form in 1947 a few years before Meishusama’s passing.
Jyorei is a shared act, usually involving two people, one who gives
and one who receives. Besides profound healing, the person receiving
Jyorei may experience a sensation of tranquility and wellbeing.
The nature of Jyorei is such that its blessings are even greater
for the giver. Not only does the giver benefit by Jyorei but he
or she also gains a larger capacity for compassion and love for
others and Jyorei’s many blessings extend not only to the
giver but to all whom he or she shares spiritual cords.
The beauty of Jyorei is that it is not reserved for members of a
spiritual or religious elite but can be practiced by all who are
affiliated with Shinji Shumeikai and have an Ohikari. It can be
given any place and to anyone.
Jyorei is one of three of the most
important activities in which Shumei is involved. The other two
are Natural Agriculture and fostering an appreciation of Art. Together,
these three pursuits reflect Shumei’s commitment to spiritual
and physical healing, a healthy environment, and beauty.
Blessed by God through the
Work of Meishusama
East Meets West at
Carol Buchanan (London)
Rekindling the Fire
of the Heart
Lothar Rapior (Frankfurt)
A Wonderful Experience
of Hoshi in Misono
Roseanna Morse (Hollywood)
At the Last Stage of Cancer
Chan Lai Fong (New York)
My Experiences with Jyorei
Lori Hare (Pennsylvania)
Where I Come From
Man Bahadur Thapa (Nagoya, Japan)
A Beloved Old Seagull
Marina Tam (New York)
A changing perception of Jyorei
Mary Ann Scott (Pasadena)
My Precious Experience
Tommy Tominaga (Philippines)
My Spiritual Journey
Eileen Weinsteiger (Pennsylvania)
Jyorei events schedule
For a schedual for upcoming Jyorei events Click Here.
Shumei America will be participating in Body,
Mind and Spirit Expos throughout the USA by giving Jyorei to those
attending these events.
If you are a Shumei member and wish to volunteer to
help us at any of these events please contact us by e-mail at Info@shumei.org.
The Statesman Journal, out
of Oregon had this had this to say about this past Spritual
BY C.A. FISHER
The Body, Mind and Spirit Expo left many visitors relaxed
and relieved Saturday after exhibitors practiced their skills
The expo, which continues today in Cascade Hall at the
Oregon State Fairgrounds, drew about 160 people who were curious
to try different foods and listen to psychics, angelic readers,
a palm reader and others.
Because of a winter ice storm that blasted the
Willamette Valley on Saturday morning, not all exhibitors
were able to show up. Among the 27 who did, one of the more
popular seemed to be Bobby Okuda, a practitioner of Jyorei.
Jyorei is a nonreligious healing art that penetrates
and dissolves the clouds that cause physical, emotional and
personal dilemmas, Okuda said.
Okuda says a person receiving Jyorei eventually
experiences genuine happiness.
Katie Gassett of Vancouver, Wash., said it made
her feel light, as if there was no weight on her shoulders.
"At one point I had to remember that I was
sitting down," she said. "The negative energy was
Gassett said she had a headache, but after the
her session her pain was gone.
"It feels like you wake up from really good
night of sleep," she said.
The expo brought smiles to many people.