Short Post

I’ve been quite busy lately, but I realised that some updates were due, so here goes.

It’s been a couple of months since it passed, but the magic of the Dying for Truth program still lingers. Some of the meditations Jacqueline shared were so so deep, and I still use them sometimes. The setting for the program was great too, with ducks running on the lawns, plenty of trees and plenty of silence. The group was lovely too, here’s a picture we took just before we said our good-byes

Dying for Truth Program

The Ilahinoor workshop that Kiara held at our place was just wonderful. Most of the participants have been a part of the Reiki group for a while now, so the class started off on a high pitched note, full of jokes, laughter and noise. Kiara was jovial and didn’t seem to mind it. By the second afternoon, it was like everyone was on mute. And this, to me, really demonstrated the silence that the energy brought. It was a trance-like state for most of us, nobody in a mood to talk, lost in a subtle ecstacy. It is really fun to practice this as well, and it feels a lot more powerful to give, than to receive.

Ilahinoor workshop, happy faces

Article of the Month

Talking of workshops and teachers, here’s an article that feels completely relevant – a lovely piece I found in a book I read recently. Enjoy. The Art of the Guru

Author of ‘Healing Through Reiki’, Ashwita learned Reiki in 1997, and started teaching it in 2006. She now incorporates other forms of energy healing, as well as hypnotherapy and past life therapy in her work. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, crafts, reading and painting.

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