Holy Fire II Karuna® Reiki
Karuna is a Sanskrit word used in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is translated to mean any action that is taken to diminish the suffering of others and could also be translated as “compassionate action.”
This class is for anyone who has had Reiki Master training. It is complete with Placements (formerly called attunements), treatment symbols and master symbols. Most students find it more powerful than Usui Reiki! The energy has a more definite feeling to it. It works on the emotional and spiritual levels and also can help one become more grounded. Those who receive the Placements report experiences with angels, and higher self and feel the healing presence of other enlightened beings.
The Karuna® Reiki can help with:
- Deep healing
- Healing past life issues. It helps release karma and deeply seated issues on the cellular level.
- Breakup the negative patterns
- Delusion and denial
- Healing the shadow self.
- Filling the person with love and restoring balance.
- The fourth symbol completes the treatment by bringing the client back into the body and grounding.
The Karuna® Reiki symbols are of a higher vibration and more powerful. They help connect directly with the Higher Self and work on a deeper level. While they have specific purposes discussed in class, the experience of their energy allows intuitive guidance in their use.
A certificate and a manual are included with in-depth descriptions of each symbol and placement and ignition process.
Pre-requisite: Usui Reiki Master Training
The class is taught as a 3-day intensive.
Both levels of Karuna® Reiki and all ignitions will be given as well as instruction and practice on the use of all of the symbols. You will be able to practice all levels of Karuna® Reiki – practitioner and master – after taking this class.
Practice time is included for giving treatments, using the symbols, learning the placement processes and the ignition processes.
Karuna® Reiki Master Teacher 3-day intensive: $875, deposit of $200 required with registration, balance due at the beginning of the class