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Karuna Reiki

One & Two Level

Keyani Center, Dubai.

Karuna Reiki One & Two Level - Dubai

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Karuna Reiki

Karuna Reiki is a system that has evolved from the practice of traditional Usui Reiki Ryoho. One of the most powerful energy healing modalities currently available, it amplifies the practitioner’s ability to channel the universal source of life force energy. The Karuna system has a higher vibrational approach than Usui Reiki so it is recommended that someone should first master the Usui system before moving on to learning Karuna.

The Karuna method and course was developed by Reiki master William Rand in 1995, with the help of some of his students. Rand is one of the world’s foremost Reiki practitioners and teachers as well as the founder and president of The International Center for Reiki Training. The word itself, ‘Karuna’, derives from Sanskrit, the ancient language of India, and can be translated as ‘compassionate action’, or an action taken to alleviate the suffering of others without expecting anything in return. It is a quality of unconditional love.

Similarly, another core facet of Karuna is forgiveness; both of yourself and others. To this end, the system includes the practice of forgiveness meditations. This Karuna Reiki system consists of many meditations with the ascended masters, angels, and archangels.

As far as how this system differs from Usui Reiki, Karuna uses a different series of sacred symbols but in addition it makes use of intoning and chanting with the voice to strengthen and amplify energy during Karuna therapy. The human singing voice reproduces the creative and healing power of cosmic energy. For example, the chanting of Om reproduces the primordial sound of the universe. This sacred syllable created the universe and chanting it brings peace and spiritual well-being.

According to the Shambhala Dictionary of Buddhism and Zen, the name of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddhist deity of compassion, also known as Mahakaruna (which means ‘great compassion’), can also mean ‘sound that illuminates the world’. The healing power of singing, chanting and the intoning is well known from ancient times. Priests and shamans who performed the prayers of healing with singing bear witness to this. No musical instrument can transmit the resonance of the human voice.

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Gaetano Vivo 2022 02/03/2024 11:32