Thursday, June 14, 2018

Ahimsa - Harmlessness

AHIMSA is from the ancient Sanskrit. The word 'himsa' means to strike or harm. Therefore 'ahimsa' is the practice of harmlessness and is linked to the understanding that all beings have a spark of the Divine spiritual energy and to hurt another being is to hurt oneself.
AHIMSA is a cardinal virtue from which all virtues are expressed.

Ahimsa has multi dimensions and is manifested in right thoughts, right emotions, right speech and right actions... 

Ahimsa is the highest virtue, Ahimsa is the highest self-control,
Ahimsa is the greatest gift, Ahimsa is the best suffering,
Ahimsa is the highest sacrifice, Ahimsa is the finest strength, 

Ahimsa is the greatest friend, Ahimsa is the greatest happiness, 
Ahimsa is the highest truth and Ahimsa is the greatest teaching.
From Mahabharata (one of the epics of Hinduism)

Master Choa Kok Sui (MCKS) introduces the principles and concepts of character building in the first of the Pranic Healing foundation courses. The principles and concepts are developed and refined in all the following courses.

MCKS says 
Character building is a manifestation of your spiritual development ... and the degree of Soul Contact... when the Soul Connection is not strong, the chakras (which correspond with your lower nature) rather than the Soul, are manifested (though your thoughts, emotions, speech and actions). 
MCKS Golden Lotus Sutra Compassionate Objectivity 

The elements of character building include inner reflection & practicing virtues.
MCKS says:  ...the virtues are given to guide you and the development of virtues must be balanced.
In Pranic Healing we learn the physical, psychological and spiritual functions of the chakras and the connection of the virtues to the chakras.
MCKS Golden Lotus Sutra Compassionate Objectivity 

Virtues:
Master Choa Kok Sui in the Basic Pranic Healing course introduces us to 3 virtues to practice.
He identifies the purpose and effect of this practice and how we can change our own lives and become more effective healers.
The three virtues are:
Loving-Kindness & Non-Injury
Generosity & Non-Stealing
Honesty & Non-Lying

Understanding the importance and value of character building and the development of virtues helps facilitate changes and improvement of your life and accelerates your spiritual development. 
Learn this and more in MCKS's Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga.
Contact our Centre for more information or sign up for a course 



Friday, May 11, 2018

Group Work - an essential part of a spiritual practice.

This insightful article from prana world. net  
http://pranaworld.net/group-work-essential-component-service/  _______________________________________________________________
How to grow our Spiritual Muscles
"In the Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga system, great emphasis is laid on being of service to humanity and Mother Earth. Not only is service necessary to establish peace, order and harmony in the world, but it’s also one of the fastest and most important ways to spiritually grow."

One person can create a huge difference in the world, however even the greatest of leaders require like-minded people working together towards a common purpose... continue reading on prana world. net

Do you want to know more about Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga?
Contact our Pranic Healing & Meditation Centre, Brisbane link
 

Thursday, April 26, 2018

What is the Wesak Festival?

What is the Wesak Festival? 
The Wesak Festival is celebrated annually during the full moon of Taurus, the culmination of all the other full moons of the year.
This is a universal spiritual festival intended to unify spiritual groups in their task of radiating divine blessings of light, love and peace. Its celebration is initially marked with personal inner healing for the purpose of becoming proper channels in the performance of a unified group service — the divine healing of all sentient beings. It is, therefore a spiritual technique of spiritual contact.
(Reference: Alice Bailey, The Reappearance of the Christ, Arcane School)
 
The source of divine blessings is ultimately the Supreme Being. The downpour of the most powerful universal energy is constant and eternal. Spiritual energy transformers are needed to harness and assimilate its benefits. The divine Hierarchy, the great Ones, and the spiritual Teacher act as spiritual transformers. Let us take time to contemplate on how to bring about and reap the most benefit from the special Wesak downpour of energy as revealed in the spiritual teachings on the devotion to the Supreme Being and proper attitude or reverence to the spiritual Teacher....  

The source of this article is the Global Pranic Healing Magazine read more
 
For more information about this event in Brisbane hosted by our Pranic Healing Centre read more
 
 

Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Inner Voice (guides) and the Inner Noise (distracts)

Extract from the www.pranaworld.net

I love the simplicity of these teachings, how they are presented and the subject matter​. ​For the full article please follow the link  http://pranaworld.net/follow-inner-voice-inner-noise/

TOPIC: Inner Voice Guides / Inner Noise Distracts
In Pranic Healing we learn - our thoughts are real and affect us positively or negatively… positive thoughts affect us positively and negative thoughts affect us negatively. 

Every time we think about a person, situation or an object, a thought form is created. This thought form has a shape, colour and even a life span and is often accompanied with an emotion or feeling. It is real and can affect you and your environment.
Too many negative thoughts and emotions in the aura tend to clog our perception and divert our attention, draining our precious energy. Such thoughts and emotions are in fact “inner noise”!

So, what is the difference between your inner voice and ​your ​inner noise?
First, for a person to receive guidance through the Inner Voice, the Crown chakra should be sufficiently activated. Located above the head, the Crown chakra is known as the Center for Higher Intuition or Direct Knowing. This chakra is the entry point for the Divine energy to enter our system. If the Crown chakra is not sufficiently activated, receiving inner guidance is not possible.

Even if your Crown chakra is activated, not all the messages you receive are inner guidance. Especially as you become more sensitive to energy and vibrations, you will be able to pick up thought forms, be it your own or from others. So, there is a possibility of getting confused.
To get clear inner messages, there are 2 steps to follow:

  1. Purifying ourselves from the clouds of thoughts and emotions and
  2. Activating the Crown chakra!
Meditation is one of the ​most ​effective ways to purify the aura from the clouds of negative thoughts and emotions.
For me, one of the easiest, yet most effective meditation techniques for purification, peace and illumination is the “Meditation on Twin Hearts.”

This meditation works on the Heart and Crown chakras and purifies the system by bringing down Divine energy to flush out negative thoughts and emotions from our system.
The result is stillness of the mind, calmness of emotions and developed intuition.

As you purify your system from negative thought forms and emotions, your mind becomes clearer and clearer. You will then be able to tap into your Soul consciousness to receive guidance and blessing.
MCKS Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga has a comprehensive set of techniques to activate your intuition including meditation, breathing techniques and other elements of the different yogas.

To find out more check out our Pranic Healing and Meditation Centre in Newmarket website
References:
http://pranaworld.net/follow-inner-voice-inner-noise/

Choa Kok Sui, Master. (2000) Pranic Psychotherapy (foremost energy healing system for psychological applications) Manila, Philippines: IIS Publishing Foundation.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Spiritual Practice is a way of life!

Many people ask me about meditation and spirituality…

Today let us look at the elements of an effective spiritual practice.
For 21 years I have been a student of Master Choa Kok Sui (MCKS) and I love the simplicity of his teachings. Master Choa Kok Sui is the founder of Modern Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga.

The quotes below are from  Master Choa Kok Sui's book The Origin of Modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga pg164
"Many aspirants seek divine bliss, divine ecstasy and divine oneness -however, these are just partial benefits…." 

Master Choa says the main purpose of spiritual practice is to accelerate the evolutionary development of the soul so the person can be of greater service to mankind and planet Earth’
What is the purpose of a Spiritual Practice?

"... to produce intelligent, compassionate, good hearted, powerful disciples who will become great divine servants!’
How is this done – what are the main elements?

Master Choa says:
"Through character building, service and living the life of a good person... Spiritual practice is not just meditation it is a way of life!"

This then brings me to another quote of MCKS "Bloom where you are planted” in your life, your job, the experiences of family, community and resources that you find yourself in and as these circumstances change then again ‘bloom where you are planted”!
Remembering another of the teachers sayings: "evolution takes time, process and lots of mistakes"!

To learn more about MCKS Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga system call our centre now, take a Pranic Healing Course or experience a transformational Pranic Healing Treatment with Fara!
Call now 0418 217 193 or check our website www.pranichealingcentre.com.au

Master Choa Kok Sui. 2006 The Origin of Modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga p 164 - 169





 

Thursday, November 9, 2017

On Love, Healing and Purification


MASTER CHOA KOK SUI ON LOVE & HEALING
There are inner beings that do the healing with you.
Always remember, you work as a team, not alone.

When you do healing, feel love, then cleanse and energise.

Don’t use too much will; just use lots of love and the patient gets well faster!

The more you recognize the role played by the higher beings, healing angels, healing ministers and the teachers the more powerful being you will become.

The more humble you are, the more energy flows through you.

 MASTER CHOA KOK SUI ON PURIFICATION
When you’re substantially purified, even when you still have a physical body, you can unite with your higher soul!

Without purification, the incarnated soul is entangled in the lower mental body, astral body and physical body.

Want to know more?
Visit us on www.pranichealingcentre.com.au or call 0418 217 193
 

Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Power of Humility.

What is humility?..
Humility is an essential ingredient in all aspects of our lives … it is foundational to … love, friendships, learning, teaching, healing, forgiving, happiness, growing ….

I would like to share these brief jottings and quotes on this spiritual gift!

What do the spiritual teachers and role models say of this quality?
 
Master Choa Kok Sui (MCKS founder of Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga) says
“Humility is connected with knowing your strong points and knowing your weak points....
 
Humility is associated with the virtues of accurate perception, correct expression and non-attachment.
The moment you realize you can do certain things and you cannot do many things, you develop humility.”

“When there is deep humility and gratitude, the energy will flow through you; you will be empowered; you can then manifest the divine plan.”

 His Holiness the Dalai Lama
“To counter one’s arrogance or pride, you need to reflect upon shortcomings in you that can give rise to a sense of humility.  For example, you can think about all the things in the world about which you are completely ignorant.”

Saint Teresa of Avila (5th Century Catholic Mystic)
"If our humility is true, it is accompanied by an interior peace and joy ... far from being disturbing or depressing the soul, it enlarges it and makes it fit to serve God better".

Saint Augustine (4th Century Christian Theologian)
“Do you wish to rise? Begin by descending. You plan a tower that will pierce the clouds? Lay first the foundation of humility’.

Thich Nhat Hanh teaches that .. humility liberates you from false perceptions about the world and the intentions of others.

What are some starting steps to cultivate humility?
  • Observe and reflect  on your faults and shortcomings
  • Look at everyone and everything as a manifestation of the Divine
Points to consider:
Humility is also connected with the practice of loving-kindness, generosity, compassion, empathetic joy, and equanimity. 
Humility along with compassion, generosity and wisdom are all part of the enlightened state.

 If you would like to explore this matter more I offer individual consultations, mentoring, meditation groups and MCKS Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga courses and workshops

Contact us – here at our centre. Mob 0418 217 193