May 22, 2017
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Levels I-III

Welcome to Seimei! Thank you for visiting.

Please go to the TO APPLY tab for the application process. There you will also find an application you can email or fax in for an interview to begin the process.

Level I: Theory, Practical Application, Foundation & Form*

Level II: Seimei Sessions, Theory & Practical Application and Long Distance

Level III: Mental Application, Discernment, Advanced Theory

NJ: 2017 (please call the NJ office at 973-427-4530)

Class Schedule for Seimei Level I – III in New Jersey for 2017


Lesson 1 (In Japan January 18-23, 2017)

Lesson 2

Sat, Feb11, 2017 - first 5 hrs of 2nd module. 8-2pm

Sat, March 11, 2017 - second 5 hrs of 2nd module. 8-2pm

Lesson 3

Sat, April 8, 2017 - first 5 hrs of 3rd module. 8-2pm

Sat, May 6, 2017 - second 5 hrs of 3rd module. 8-2pm

Lesson 4

Sat, June 10, 2017 - first 5 hrs of 4th module. 8-2pm

Sat, July 8, 2017 - second 5 hrs of 4th module. 8-2pm

Lesson 5

Sat, Aug 19, 2017 - first 5 hrs of 5th module. 8-2pm

Sat, Sept 16, 2017 - second 5 hrs of 5th module. 8-2pm


Classes take place at the Unitarian Society in Morristown New Jersey

The address is: 21 Normandy Heights Rd, Morristown, NJ 07960

Preferred/Closest Hotels: Westin GovMorris or Hyatt Regency Morristown _______________________________________________

Santa Fe Classes: (Please call 505-577-7511-Alexandra Bakos, Regional Contact) 

*Level I part I is the awarding of power and 10 hours of practice in Japan. Level I part II is the next class along with beginning Level II. The remainder of the classes are Level II and III. Continuing education is by donation. You must travel at your own expense to the teaching center in Santa Fe, New Mexico where the head teacher, Nicola Bertolo (Level 8) comes from NJ to teach the classes or take classes in NJ (Calendar Above.) We encourage you to come to Santa Fe where we also have a dedicated community and center to support you.


Please attend Jissen Kai practice Clinics on Thursday evening if possible (Fly in by 4:30 pm.)

1. September 23-25, 2016 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Second & Fourth 10 hour Modules (Clinic Sept. 22)

2. December 2-4, 2016 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Third & Fifth 10 Hour Modules(Clinic Dec 1)

3. February 17-19, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Fourth Ten Hour Module  (Clinic February 18)

4. April 21-23, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Second & Fifth 10 Hour Modules offered (Clinic April 20)

4. June 23-25, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Third Ten Hour Module + Advanced Practice Seminar (Clinic June 22)

5. October 5-8, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Second & Fourth 10 Hour Module(Clinic Sept. 21)

6. December 1-3, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico: Third & Fifth 10 Hour Module (Clinic Saturday due to winter hours December 2.)


2017 Module Summaries: 5 Total Lessons (with Module 1 being in Japan)

Mod 2 offered: April, October, 2017

Mod 3 offered: June, December, 2017

Mod 4 offered: February, October, 2017

Mod 5 April, December, 2017

Santa Fe Summer Clinic Hours April-October 6:00-9:00; Winter Hours Saturdays 9-1.

FAQ: Can I miss a class? What happens if I miss a class? Students who cannot come to a 10 hour segment of the class would be missing ten hours of foundational practical application that builds towards the next classes, so it is discouraged. Each theory and practice is supported by the Kibetsu (Power) and Jyouka (Motion) from Japan for the specific classes. This allows students to better absorb the depth of the material. The best way to receive the transmission for the material is to attend in order. If it is not possible to attend, then students would repeat the class when it is offered in the future. While they may attend future classes, in order to complete the course, they would make up the 10 hour segment that was missed next time it was offered in either center (NJ or Santa Fe.)


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the powers



There are ten powers in the study of Seimei. Linked to these ten powers are ten levels of practice and theory. We are constantly finding new uses and applications for Seimei.


In order to begin to study Seimei, first you must receive the power for levels I-III from the originator, Hiraki Kaiso at the Head Temple (Houjyushu Houjyukai) in Japan. Then the practice and study for the first three levels is completed in the United States.




Right now in the US, there are two Practice and Study Centers where classes are given. One is in Morristown, N.J., and the other is in Santa Fe, New Mexico.



After the first class in Japan (see Journey to Japan tab), there are four required classes. (see To Apply tab.) There are 40 hours of classes after returning from the ceremony in Japan.

At the end of Level I, you have practice hours to complete. At the end of Level II you have 50 hours of practice to complete. We never consider ourselves masters in Seimei. This is aggrevating to some people. This is a journey between you and your Seimei. It is on-going and it deepens as you come to use it, know it, and share it. You will be assigned a mentor to help you obtain good results, explore new applications and share your journey.