1908 Usui’s son, Fuji, born
1910 Shoeski Kaneko experienced and enlightenment after studying Zen for years and began using his healing abilities.
1913 Usui’s daughter, Toshiko, born
1915 Kenzen no Genri, a book, came out using Usui’s five principles
1915 Tamai Tempaku, artist of abdominal massage, published a book with this new modality
1918 Usui began three year training in Zen
1919 Mataji Kawakami published a book on the Reiki Ryoho
1920 Mariko Obaasan met Usui on Mt. Hiel and worked with him everyday until his death
1920 Toshiro Eguchi spent several months studying Usui’s principles and teachings
1921 Usui worked as a secretary forhe Department of Health and Welfare
1922 In March, it is said that Usui received the Reiki power. He went to Mt. Koya did his twenty one day meditation.
1922 In April, Usui opened his first treatment center
1922 Usui tried the Reiju empowerment too
1923 Usui develops system for levels of Judo
1923 Eguchi returned to a training center to practice his own te-no-hira or palm healings
1923 Earthquake registering 7.0 on the Richter Scale, over 106,000 people reported missing, Usui became quick in spreading Reiki all over Japan and gave him success and a reputation
1924 Usui moved to Tokyo
1926 Usui traveled to Fukuyama town and died there due to a stroke
1927 Usui students erect a memorial to him in Tokyo
Mikao Usui brought much into the world when he first realized the healing power of Reiki existed. He used it to help all kinds of people and helped the world after bad weather. He taught many students and passed on his wisdom to the next generation of Reiki scholars.