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The benefits of Reiki Tummo


As I look back at the things that worked for me, I discovered that nervous system damage was the root cause of most illness; likewise the repaired nervous system was the basis for obtaining long-term health.

You can obtain this sort of physical, mental and emotional healing through many modalities such as Reiki, Chi-Kung, Feldenkrais Movement Therapy and even Juice Fasting.

Getting attuned to Reiki is my first choice for getting back to health.  Why?  Because, it safely opens up and repairs the central channel which is closely aligned to what western science calls the autonomic nervous system.

When the nervous system has been damaged from physical trauma the energy doesn’t flow properly and one becomes more susceptible to outside influences and what Tibetan Medicine calls a “cold-disease”.  Once the coldness sets in your channels you tend to feel tired most of the day and depressed.

Once you learn to decondition your mind, you will feel confident that anything can be healed.  The truth is this: nothing is permanent in this life.  Eventually, as time goes on – everything changes.  When things go wrong and life feels unbearable this is just your chance to ‘Know Thyself’.  When you become aware of these problems within yourself and use bio-feedback skills to discern what antidotes are needed; you will achieve wholeness much quicker.

With the modern computer, one doesn’t even need to leave the home to begin your healing.  You can receive this reiki attunement with the master granting the empowerment long distance.  Reiki Tummo is authentic and reputable and their fee is reasonable.  Click here to read more on their website: Reiki Tummo.

MH, the master herbalist, always inspires us to abide by the PRINCIPLES of nature.  He’s on the Curezone, at the Ask Barefoot Herbalist forum.  He explains when you align yourself with nature, the body has a better chance to heal and repair itself.  His two main herbal supplements, the Lower Bowel Balance and the 2010 Longevity Spices both increase HEAT and CIRCULATION in the body to bring it back into a healing state.

In the same way, internal practices such as Reiki will increase the HEAT and CIRCULATION within your body for stable health.  When you are attuned to Reiki Tummo, smiling at your heart is the method to activate these healing energies.  With just this simple intention it is the quickest and easiest way to heal yourself.  Once you experience it, you will truly come to love it.

With Reiki Tummo you just have to smile at the heart to activate the healing energies to descend from the True Source.

To those of you that are interested, you can find Grandmaster Irmansyah Effendi’s book by clicking on the link below:

Reiki Tummo: An Effective Technique for Health and Happiness

Three benefits:

As soon as you become attuned to level one Reiki you will feel improvement in your life right away.

  1. Your nervous system will be repaired within ALL seven chakras and not just to the level of your heart like most other forms of reiki do.
  2. Your digestion will improve right away because there is a subtle but constant flow of energy that is always there.
  3. If there is a specific pain or problem you can now direct energy to that spot with the simple touch of your own hands-of-light.

For those people with energetic problems in the body that resulted in a mental illness will greatly benefit from Reiki Tummo.  Due to the lack of specific guidance, wrong instruction, dangerous breath-work and faulty meditative practices has lead to more and more people to experience the speeding up of thoughts, paranoia, depersonalization, disassociation and grandiose behavior.

In Eastern understanding this is referred to as the Kundalini Syndrome.  If you would like to see illustrations of how this happens on an inner level then click here:  safe awakening.  These pictures show the before and after effects of how this particular form of Reiki therapy will help you.  As soon as you receive the level-one attunement it will immediately stabilize your internal energy.

Be well!
Neo

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Some causes of mental disease


As I was browsing through one of my favorite spots on the internet called The CureZone, I came across an interesting post that bothered me and lead me to realize how much confusion is going on in regards to mental health.  He claimed that:

“Outside the Western World there is no such thing as a Schizophrenic, only Shaman, spiritual leaders. The one percent of our people are the natural community leaders of our species and the most important ability we all have has been intentionally hidden from our people.”

I felt I needed to respond:

I have to say you greatly misunderstand the intricate details that underlie mental illness of today or the past.  What others are really going through (ie. Kundalini Syndrome) needs to be looked at in the light of proper Reason.  This is not meant to be a personal attack but a suggestion to look DEEPER into the causes and conditions of mental disease.

As I have been interested in meditation for over thirty years, I have come to find this truth… when a person becomes an empath, someone sensitive to other people’s feelings, stems from two main causes: drugs (recreational or medicinal) or abuse (physical or sexual).

A person who has never been abused or done drugs will naturally become more Aware and Sensitive to another person’s feelings or thoughts the more one meditates.  This person definitely won’t get lost or affected by anything outside of himself in any detrimental way.  Furthermore, this type of person is most likely not to lose touch with reality.  But, how rare is that?

Most all of us have received some sort of damage via vaccinations, medical prescriptions, antibiotics, or abuse.  The list goes on and on.  But, whenever someone has taken drugs or been abused, reiki healers such as Barbara Brennan in her book “Hands of Light” shows clearly (with illustrations) what happens.

The scientific mind will say that the nervous system has been damaged; while the mystic perceives this damage as a hole in the auric field.

It can be determined that this imbalance, when seen from an energetic perspective, was a “shock” that was too overwhelming for the body/mind system to handle.  The trauma can be shown energetically how the person develops unhealthy behavioral patterns when coping with life or relationships.

The upside to having done drugs or unfortunately being abused is that most people can access deeper meditative or trance states.  That is why a Shaman would do drugs, to open him up to altered-states of consciousness by letting go of his preconceived notions of a solid reality.  Thick-headed Castaneda did this, as a crutch, and was meant to be done only in the beginning of his quest and not made an unhealthy habit.

But, the downside is that one becomes an empath, an overly sensitive person who tends to get lost in other people’s negative thoughts, judgments or low feelings of anger, lust etc.

While having these new abilities definitely makes one different from others, it is not always a thing to be proud of, since there is a constant difficulty…as the aspirant takes years and years of hard work to learn how to ground and protect themselves in public situations.  I, fortunately or unfortunately, have had to deal with this challenge of staying centered for over twenty-five years.

Similarly, when someone has faced a serious physical, sexual, or traumatic abuse the aura is shattered when the energetic force is too much and when left unresolved, that core issue remains in one’s subconscious mind and grows like a bad weed in a garden.  We find that many years later the mind had become split off from reality and slowly it gets worse.  When suddenly the person gets restimulated or triggered the Bipolar becomes paranoid and later manic or the schizophrenic will freak out and “go off the deep end”.  This behavior is their own protective way of dealing with an unwanted reality.  It is NOT an enlightened behavior as you suggested in your post.  More often than not – these unfortunate victims are harmful to themselves and others.

The modern medical therapy manages these cases with drugs.  The drug instantly cuts off their impulses and they have a chance to calm down.  They may be zombies for a while.  And, that is a good thing for protecting citizens who would be in harms-way if they met this person when having a melt-down.

We know that medical just manages mental disease and doesn’t heal or solve the situation completely.

And that is upsetting to you and many people.  I can understand that.  Believe me.  I have gone through my own Bipolar issues.  But, the majority of the population doesn’t have the will or know-how to heal in a holistic way.  Nor are they inclined when offered the chance – because one would then have to take a risk: either pay money out of their own pocket or be brave enough to face their inner “demons”.  Furthermore, it doesn’t seem that a medical doctor could ever take that type of responsibility when dealing with the masses.

The current situation world-wide, may not be the best solution but put yourself in the lunatic’s place a hundred years ago.  In Europe, it has been documented that the people were placed in an asylum in the most severe conditions.  All fifty or a hundred grouped together and locked in a cell, most likely underground – bereft of all human dignity or hope – no private toilet, no bathing etc.  Today, the modern medical way is definitely a step up from that nightmare. But, not the final solution of course.

A person must be willing to heal, take the steps outside of the commonly accepted way, and with the Grace of God one can get well.  But, be prepared for no quick solutions – it will take a good twenty to thirty years if not a lifetime’s work.

I hope that sheds some light to people that can only see this illness from the outside; not to mention for those who are continually suffering.  I truly wish that others will contemplate this serious topic from such a wider perspective.

be well,
Neo

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