~Reiki~Medical Qi Gong~Munay Ki~ Hands on HEALING through Therapeutic Touch Sessions



A Unique and powerful gift we all carry within us; that is the power to help our fellow man, woman, or child to feel a soothing, vibrational~healing energy which we can transmit by simply laying out hands on another. This is completely possible when we are taught how to transmit this energy via the different cultural applications that are present in our world today.

Ay Ses Dunya has been educated in several forms of Healing Energy medicine; Hands on Healing=Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, Medical Qi Gong, & the Munay~Ki.



In order for you to understand the effectiveness of her methodology we have put together this extensive post to help you understand and establish what each one of these Healing Modalities are...Here we will share with you what each of these different kinds of Traditional Energy~Therapies are so that you gain a bigger picture of what and HOW Ay Ses can focus and transmit to her clients the full potential of her Healing art, while give them a treatment session.

1. What is Reiki?



(found on Wikipedia) Reiki (/ˈrk/?) is a form of alternative medicine developed in 1922 by Japanese Buddhist Mikao Usui.[1][2] Since its beginning in Japan, Reiki has been adapted across varying cultural traditions. It uses a technique commonly called palm healing or hands-on-healing. Through the use of this technique, practitioners believe that they are transferring "universal energy" through the palms of the practitioner, which they believe encourages healing.
Reiki is considered pseudoscience.[1] It is based on qi ("chi"), which practitioners say is a universal life force, although there is no empirical evidence that such a life force exists.[3] Clinical research has not shown Reiki to be effective as a medical treatment for any medical condition.[3] The American Cancer Society,[4] Cancer Research UK,[5] and the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health[6] state that Reiki should not be a replacement for conventional treatment of diseases such as cancer.

A Brief Overview

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy.

The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy."
A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security and wellbeing. Many have reported miraculous results.

Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect. It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery.An amazingly simple technique to learn, the ability to use Reiki is not taught in the usual sense, but is transferred to the student during a Reiki class. This ability is passed on during an "attunement" given by a Reiki master and allows the student to tap into an unlimited supply of "life force energy" to improve one's health and enhance the quality of life.
Its use is not dependent on one's intellectual capacity or spiritual development and therefore is available to everyone. It has been successfully taught to thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds.
While Reiki is spiritual in nature, it is not a religion. It has no dogma, and there is nothing you must believe in order to learn and use Reiki. In fact, Reiki is not dependent on belief at all and will work whether you believe in it or not. Because Reiki comes from God, many people find that using Reiki puts them more in touch with the experience of their religion rather than having only an intellectual concept of it.
While Reiki is not a religion, it is still important to live and act in a way that promotes harmony with others. Mikao Usui, the founder of the Reiki system of natural healing, recommended that one practice certain simple ethical ideals to promote peace and harmony, which are nearly universal across all cultures.

During a meditation several years after developing Reiki, Mikao Usui decided to add the Reiki Ideals to the practice of Reiki. The Ideals came in part from the five prinicples of the Meiji emperor of Japan whom Mikao Usui admired. The Ideals were developed to add spiritual balance to Usui Reiki. Their purpose is to help people realize that healing the spirit by consciously deciding to improve oneself is a necessary part of the Reiki healing experience. In order for the Reiki healing energies to have lasting results, the client must accept responsibility for her or his healing and take an active part in it. Therefore, the Usui system of Reiki is more than the use of the Reiki energy. It must also include an active commitment to improve oneself in order for it to be a complete system. The ideals are both guidelines for living a gracious life and virtues worthy of practice for their inherent value.

The secret art of inviting happiness 
The miraculous medicine of all diseases 

Usui Reiki Treatment for the improvement of body and mind 
The founder , Usui Mikao

Reiki classes are taught all over the country and in many parts of the world. If you are interested in learning Reiki, please ask about our small class workshops availables




2.What is Qi Gong?


(found on Wikipedia) Qigong, qi gong, chi kung, or chi gung (simplified Chinese: 气功; traditional Chinese: 氣功; pinyin: qìgōng; Wade–Giles: chi gong; literally: "Life Energy Cultivation") is a holistic system of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for health, spirituality, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as "life energy".[1]
According to DaoistBuddhist, and Confucian philosophy, respectively, qigong allows access to higher realms of awareness, awakens one's "true nature", and helps develop human potential.[2]
Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and calm meditative state of mind. Qigong is now practiced throughout China and worldwide for recreationexercise and relaxationpreventive medicine andself-healingalternative medicinemeditation and self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.
Over the centuries, a diverse spectrum of qigong forms developed in different segments of Chinese society. Traditionally, qigong training has been esoteric and secretive, with knowledge passed from adept master to student in lineages that maintain their own unique interpretations and methods. Although the practice of qigong was prohibited during the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s; it was once again allowed after 1976; and disparate approaches were merged and popularized, with emphasis shifted away from traditional philosophy, spiritual attainment, and folklore, and increasingly to health benefits, traditional medicine and martial arts applications, and a scientific perspective. Since a 1999 crackdown, practice of qigong in China has been restricted. Over the same period, interest in qigong has spread, with millions of practitioners worldwide.
Research concerning qigong has been conducted for a wide range of medical conditions, including hypertensionpain, and cancer treatment. Most systematic reviews of clinical trials have not been conclusive, and all have been based on poor quality clinical studies, such that no firm conclusions about the health effects of qigong can be drawn at this stage.[3]
Here is Qi Gong  info charts and examples;

Here is one great example of something that affects many people Women AND MEN= 



We use the format of MEDICAL QI GONG




A Brief Overview

Medical Qi Gong is a proven technique that integrates smoothly into all other Energy Healing.
It is one type of Qi Gong that was used by Confucians and Daoist scholars, who used it to maintain health and another type was for medical purposes, using needles or exercises to adjust the Qi or to cure illness. All training focussed on following the natural way. Actively countering the effects of nature was considered impossible. 

While the scholarly and medical Qigong had been concerned with maintaining & improving health, the newly imported religious Qigong was concerned with far more. Religious practitioners trained their Qi to a much deeper level, and strove to obtain control over their bodies, minds and spirits with the goal of escaping from the cycle of reincarnation

Chinese medical Qigong practice goes back more than 5,000 years ago, it is the oldest known medical understanding of how the human body functions, and most of it is based on the understanding of Qi in the human body. Ailments are treated on the basis of the understanding of the Qi pathways in the human body. 

3.What is Munay-Ki healing?

These are the KEYS involved in Munay~Ki Tradition;
This form of Energy Wellness has been an Oral Tradition for hundreds of years until recently. IT IS NOW AVAILABLE in several formats that are intended to spread these Rites across the planet in order to raise the vibrations of our Earth. To help us HEAL OUR PLANET as well as to help us raise our vibration and evolve into a healthier Earth~minded collective of HUMANITY. sprinkled with a ton of LUV LUV LUV the Munay~Ki has been created to bridge the gap and create SACRED SPACE for you to commune with Pachamama.
In our Planet's history these Rites of the Munay Ki and their healing power have been passed down for hundreds of years in a much slower manner by the Shamans who are the Original EarthKeepers of the Andes Mountains. However they feel that there is an URGENCY NOW, MORE THEN EVER towards raising the CONSCIOUSNESS of the EARTH. To help HEAL OUR PLANET.
Through their instruction these 9 Rites of the Munay~Ki are being transmitted and shared with every person who comes forth. This is how it all started here with Ay Ses Dunya, a Certified Munay Ki EarthKeeper. She not only uses these Rites to teach others how to become EarthKeepers, she also infuses her healing techniques of combining Reiki, Medical Qi Gong, as well as Hands on Healing to infuse these gifts with EMPOWERMENT and deep vibrational chakra healing.

A Brief Overview

(found on Wikipedia)The Munay-Ki are a series of nine Empowerment rites based on the initiatory practices of the Q'ero shamans of Peru, as taught by anthropologist Alberto Villoldo.[1] "Munay" in Quechuameans "love and will", together with "ki", from the Japanese word for energy, combine to give the meaning: energy of love.[2] The Munay-Ki is a modern form of transmitting the initiation empowerments of the Q'ero, and are based on the traditional initiation ceremonies of Q'ero shamans.[3] Four Q'ero shamans have come to the United States several times to personally transmit the rites in the past six years, and many initiates have gone to Peru to receive the rites there. These shamans are held in high esteem by the members and trainees of The Four Winds Society.[4]
Villoldo learned and studied the rites of the Inca Shamans with a number of mentors over a period of years living with them in the Andes Mountains of Peru.[5] As he describes in his book Shaman Healer Sage,[6] he traveled for more than ten years with his first mentor Don Antonio Morales throughout the Andes and the Amazon to accumulate and distill the shamanic knowledge of these peoples. From this distilled knowledge of traditional shamanism, Dr. Villoldo gathered and assembled the Munay-Ki as a series of rites to initiate and empower students in their study and practice of shamanic healing.[5] Some of the Munay-Ki rites are direct inclusions of traditional Q'ero initiatory rites: for example the Munay-Ki Day Keeper and Wisdom Keeper rites respectively are anglicized names for the Pampa Mesayok and Alto Mesayok karpay of the Q'ero.[7] [8]
Villoldo writes that the rites derive from the great initiations from the Indus Valley that were brought to the Americas by the first medicine men and women who crossed the Bering Straitfrom Siberia during the glacial period some 30,000 years ago, and who were known as the Laika, the Earthkeepers of old. [9]
This renowned PH.D Author Alberto Villoldo Started the Movement in the 'Modern World' before 2012, when the Mayan Calendar stated the ending of a Cycle would come. Alberto has shared that since 2012 the ENTIRE EARTH has been SHIFTING THROUGH the ASCENSION PROCESS. One of his missions, now ours; is to spread this set of 9 Rites that is said to be able to help us towards our Evolution as a Collective. AS A WHOLE. It is said by the EarthKeepers of the Andes Mountains that from 2012 forward we would begin anew in our journey; we would age differently, grow differently, & learn differently if we wanted to. Only IF we choose to regain our Right of BIRTH & CHOOSE to become a CONSCIOUS, RECONNECTED, EARTHKEEPER.
Ay Ses Dunya has been a successful Wellness Worker with over a decade of Wellness Works to speak of. Her LUV LUV LUV of the 9 Rites of the Munay Ki, & knowing their importance, really has urged her forwards to create all that we share with you today on this site and by INFUSING all ENERGY HEALING TRADITIONS she has harnessed an EFFECTIVE and EMPOWERING TOOL that helps others by PROMOTING POSITIVE ENERGETIC VIBRATIONS INTO THEIR HEALING PROCESS. Essentially it SUPER CHARGES & EFFECTIVELY ENHANCES all Healing potential.
4.What is Hands on Healing thru
Therapeutic Touch?


(found on Wikipedia)Therapeutic touch (commonly shortened to "TT"), known by some as "non-contact therapeutic touch" (NCTT),[1] is a pseudoscientific[2]energy therapy which practitioners claim promotes healing and reduces pain and anxiety. "Therapeutic Touch" is a registered trademark in Canada for the "[s]tructured and standardized healing practice performed by practitioners trained to be sensitive to the receiver's energy field that surrounds the body;...no touching is required."[3]


Practitioners of therapeutic touch state that by placing their hands on, or near, a patient, they are able to detect and manipulate the patient's energy field.[4] One highly cited study, designed by the then-nine-year-old Emily Rosa and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1998, found that practitioners of therapeutic touch could not detect the presence or absence of a hand placed a few inches above theirs when their vision was obstructed.[5][6][7][8] Simon Singh and Edzard Ernst concluded in their 2008 book Trick or Treatment that "the energy field was probably nothing more than a figment in the imaginations of the healers".[9] The American Cancer Society has noted, "Available scientific evidence does not support any claims that TT can cure cancer or other diseases."[10] A 2014 Cochrane review found no good evidence that it helped with wound healing.[11]


Many traditional cultures have recognized that a gentle touch is soothing to those who are ill. More recently, studies conducted at the University of Miami’s Touch Research Institute have proven that touch is an essential part of human health. Skin is the human body’s largest organ, containing millions of receptors that send messages through nerve fibers to the brain. A simple touch has been shown to reduce a person’s heart rate, lower blood pressure, and reduce stress levels. 


 
Started by a Nurse;
Healing Touch as a form of complementary medicine was developed by a nurse, Janet Mentgen, in 1989, as a way to assist the body’s natural healing process by redirecting and rebalancing its energy fields. During a session, practitioners gently place their hands on or above the person’s fully clothed body. Today an estimated 30,000 nurses use HT techniques in medical settings to reduce tension and anxiety, enhance wound healing, reduce post-surgical pain and use of pain medication, and trigger a sense of relaxation in patients. (The related techniques of Reiki and Therapeutic Touch have many similarities to Healing Touch, but feature different training programs and philosophies.)
  
Here is a great link to an article on Hands on Healing;



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