Past Life Healing Therapy
Past life healing therapy is a wonderful method for healing since it focuses not just on the symptoms experienced by a person, but on the root cause that led to those symptoms being manifested, and works towards addressing the root cause. This results in a far deeper healing of the body, mind and soul than any other method.
But there is another, profound side to this technique. As we visit past lives and watch the events that took place in those lives, we are able to discern messages from those lives; our understanding grows and we learn invaluable lessons that aid us in leading our present lives. Just as the lives we have lived are countless, so too are the lessons we learn from them. And as we visit more and more of our past lives and learn, the accretions of lives innumerable drop away, the layers that enshroud our true self are removed, until we come face to face with the Supreme Self, the Ultimate Reality.
Past life therapy is thus a tool and an aid to self-discovery. To help people heal themselves and others, and to help them on their spiritual journey, Mumuksha provides the past life healing therapy training course. This two-week course teaches one how to independently conduct past life healing sessions on oneself as well as on others.
This course covers:
The individual soul takes on physical bodies to live out lives and undergo various experiences so that it can learn and grow. So essentially, the body is a vehicle for the soul. But the soul’s journey can be severely impeded if the vehicle is not in prime condition.
Physical bodies are composed of the gross elements, each of which has its own unique characteristics. When these elements are balanced and in harmony, the body is healthy. However, emotions associated with memories, either from the present life or from previous lives, may be stored in the body. These hidden memories and emotions act to disrupt the natural balance and harmony of the body, giving rise to various afflictions.
An Ayurvedic massage is a full-body massage performed using various oils, which takes a person to a deep state of relaxation. This allows deeply suppressed memories and emotions hidden in the body to come to the surface. The masseur/masseuse can then use the knowledge of the afflictions, along with knowledge of a person’s body type or temperament, to help release the memories and emotions using the techniques suited to the person. This restores harmony in the body and brings about a state of profound well-being. The person can then live a much healthier, fuller and recharged life, connected to the harmonious energy of the universe.
The Ayurvedic Massage Training course enables the student to learn the art of healing using Ayurvedic massage. This course provides the information and teaches the skills and techniques necessary to be able to give a complete and healing oil massage in the tradition of Ayurveda. This is a two-week course, with 3-hour classes every day. The course is very informative, with a well balanced proportion of theory and practical sessions useful both for beginners as well as those with a prior knowledge and understanding of Ayurveda and body work.
The topics covered in this course are:
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