Rekhit Kajara Nebthet Leads Ra Sekhi Kemetic Reiki Training on Edisto Island

Rekhit Kajara Nebthet

A group of 15 healers of various disciplines recently convened on Edisto Island in a retreat atmosphere to receive training from the founder of the Ra Sekhi Arts Temple led by Rekhit Kajara Nebthet. Nebthet is an educator, author, healer and community activist who has spent the past twenty years traveling abroad and throughout the United States teaching and training individuals on how to overcome health problems.

Her four day retreat, with healers from the U.S. and Canada, involved intensive hands-on training in the principles of energy healing, aura cleansing, ear candling, sound therapy, chakra balancing and the importance of eating healthy. Participants also received direct instruction from her team of experts in self-healing techniques and the importance of instilling awareness, enlightenment as well as the importance of caring, sharing and self-help within community.

Newly certified Ra Sekhi Kemetic Reiki practitioners

Upon the conclusion of the training, members received certification as Ra Sekhi Kemetic Reiki practitioners and were charged with the responsibility of going back into their respective communities to effectively confront the challenges of racism, poverty and miseducation.  


  1. Gloria Jenkins on June 26, 2018 at 3:54 pm

    Some local sisters want to attend the training but cost seems to be the problem. What is the cost for training without housing? Any grants available?

  2. Helen Frazier on June 26, 2018 at 6:43 pm

    Thanks for publishing the article that shares positive events occurring in the Charleston area that will have long lasting effects throughout the country.

  3. Thelma Williams on June 28, 2018 at 5:07 pm

    There are many Reiki Practitioners in the Charleston area.However, there is to always be a is dictated by the instructor practitioner. The retreat is nice to attend of course. I have been a 2nd Degree Reiki practitioner since 1987.Reiki is just one of the healing modalities that one needs in their arsenal to try and achieve a state of wellness and a positive state of being.I have a few programs that sisters can raise funds to be able to afford retreats and any thing else that they want.I pray for a sister community to share many things with.843-637-6201Thank you

  4. C. Akua Wright on June 30, 2018 at 11:42 am

    I agree with Ms. Williams. There is a large Reiki practitioner population among the “other” people and they are very supportive of their community. I pray for “the Aboriginal people” to come together and support our people, live before our grandparents time when we weren’t allowed in the white hospital. We must return to “Natural Health and Healing” for our children/Grand/Great survival. As a Seasoned Healer, birth by the midwife of our community, who birth my Mother who is still with me at age 87, it’s imperative that we support our “own” and share our Knowledge with our community. We have so much to give and much knowledge across a broad spectrum. I’m one of a chosen few Board Certified Healing Touch Practitioners that is allowed in the hospital per request of the patient pre/post surgery. this is only 1 of the several tools that I have to assist the community on their Healing Journey. We must have a long list of “tools” in our Medicine Bag to serve the community. Peace Akua

  5. Dominique Wilson on July 4, 2018 at 11:52 pm

    Great article! I can’t truly express how grateful I am to have attended this retreat with such a beautiful soul family. In addition to sharing this article, I look forward to creating more opportunities like this to spread the word about the work we do and building community with other healers. Peace & Love!

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