Wednesday, May 13, 2015


Arhatic Yoga (preparatory level) course are offered in Brisbane link

What is Arhatic Yoga?
'Arhat' describes a highly evolved being. This advanced yoga system was given by Mahaguruji Mei Ling to Master Choa Kok Sui. It has it's origins in China, India and Tibet. In addition to being an advanced technique practiced by Spiritual Initiates it also synthesizes and integrates all 7 yogas. Learn to experience the essence and powers of these yogas: Raja yoga, Karma yoga, Kundalini yoga, Gnana yoga, Bhakti yoga, Mantra yoga and simplified Hatha yoga.
You will first undertake the purification of the physical, etheric, astral, and mental bodies. Then the chakras are substantially activated in a secret sequence to safely and effectively awaken and then circulate the Kundalini energy throughout the body. This technique is practiced by very advanced and evolved yogis. It is the foundation for building the much coveted 'Golden Body'.
What is the purpose of Arhatic Yoga?
The purpose of Arhatic Yoga is to produce intelligent, compassionate, good hearted and powerful spiritual beings.

Two short video clips talking about Arhatic Yoga by Master Danny & Master Stephen Co

My experience of Arhatic Yoga:
After searching for a spiritual way all through my adult life I attended Arhatic Yoga (Prep Level) in Sydney in 2004 with Master Chao Kok Sui himself.
From the end of the weekend my spiritual thirst was finally quenched. I knew that I had been shown techniques and meditations to grow and evolve and finally to find peace and purpose in my life.
I am continually blessed to practice these teachings of Master Choa Kok Sui's amazing spiritual program!
Master Choa Kok Sui’s Arhatic practice develops the golden body allowing an Arhatic Yogi to access and experience higher intuition and spiritual teachings plus the accompanying gifts and graces this brings.
What are you taught?
Arhatic Yoga (Prep Level) introduces you to:
·        4 meditation techniques including Twin Hearts, Meditation on the Soul,  plus one to cleanse your chakras and energy body and another to awaken your kundalini energy safely. These meditations systematically balance and expand your chakras allowing you to build the sensitivity and capacity to perceive and contain the subtle vibrations of the Divine.
·        3 breathing techniques to help build the energy body and increase the circulation of energy in the physical, etheric, emotional and mental bodies.
·        A powerful cleansing & purifying technique to displace your fear, anxiety, anger, frustration and all suffering from the subtle bodies and replace with the virtues of generosity, loving-kindness, compassion, one-pointedness, honesty and discernment.
This is such an opportunity to grow!!
(Prerequisites for the Arhatic Yoga course are the three Pranic Healing Foundation Courses)

The cost of this Higher Course is $770, Concession $550 & the re-sit fee $250. A payment plan is available. For more information please contact us at the Pranic Healing and Meditation Centre in Newmarket, Brisbane website

Monday, May 11, 2015


This week a client was asking me about the qualities of compassion.
As we spoke of it our understanding began to shift and change!
We noticed just the word <compassion> had power and as our attention moved to focus on the aspects and qualities of the <compassion> it produced a stillness, a peace, a meditative quality to the room. It felt as if the tensions in our lives dissolved and we were left to bathe in the light of Stillness. Ahhh…

So what is Compassion and what is the evidence that I have it in my life?

Master Choa Kok Sui says all spiritual qualities need cultivation and work in the form of self-awareness, discipline and determination.
Meditation is not enough. There must also be character building with inner reflection and the practice of active virtue in our spiritual practice and daily lives.
It is a vibration, a state of being, it is a flow of energy through each cell, organ and chakra.
It is not certain words or actions ... it is an emanation from the inside out.

The simple definition of compassion…
The word compassion comes from a Latin word meaning to "co-suffer."
Having compassion is being able to be with someone who is in the throes of passion (suffering) and not be negatively affected or drawn into it. 
Wikipedia says:
Compassion is more involved than simple empathy. It commonly gives rise to an active desire to alleviate another's suffering. says:
a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another .. accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering.
 A more powerful and definitive meaning is given by Thubten Chodron (Buddhist nun and author of ‘Buddhism for Beginners’)
the wish for all sentient beings to be free from suffering and its causes’
She goes on to say “Compassion is like love in that it is generated on the basis of seeing everyones happiness and suffering to be equally significant.”

Master Choa Kok Sui (Founder of Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga) describes how this virtue is related to the teaching that ‘we are all one and there is only one’. Compassion is the knowing that we are all of equal value/appreciation. This is the basis of the Law of Karma. Thus, in the moment I realize suffering is present, and that through my actions it can be removed or relieved, no matter whose it is, then I have the opportunity to help in any way I can to relieve the suffering and the causes of the suffering.
MCKS also explains how different understandings can co-exist in the form of different levels of truth. That is, as we change, grow and evolve - our understandings of what is truth also change, grow and evolve.

This analogy used by Thubten Chodron helped me understand a little more about compassion. 
When I step on a thorn, my hand reaches down and pulls the thorn out and soothes and bandages the foot. The hand doesn’t tell the foot it is stupid and did the wrong thing and ignores or punishes the foot!
The hand and the foot are part of the same body/being and naturally without thinking they help each other. 

We are all one and there is only one - one for all and all for one!

And so it is with us. We are all part of the same organism and from the same source.
As this truth becomes clear and I live this truth in my life I will naturally and without thinking reach out to others knowing we are all One.

Pranic Healing Practitioners and Arhatic Yogi practitioners are offered this level of application, practice and experience through the teachings of Master Choa Kok Sui. These are the qualities we hope to develop with time and practice.

More on this subject will be presented in the Monday evening talks and meditations LINK

Master Choa Kok Sui courses in Brisbane LINK