Karuna is a Sanskrit word and is used in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is translated to mean any action that is taken to diminish the suffering of others and could also be translated as “compassionate action.” Therefore, it is natural to extend compassionate action or Karuna to everyone without distinction because we are all one. As we help others and aid them in their healing process, all beings benefit. Because of the oneness of all beings, it is understood that Karuna is not only extended to others out of love, but also because it is an entirely logical thing to do. In the same way that you would want to heal your own wounds, you would also want the wounds of others to heal.
Karuna Reiki® opens you to work more closely with all enlightened beings. This includes those enlightened ones who are physically present as well as those in spirit.
The Karuna Reiki® symbols can be used just like other Reiki symbols when giving Reiki treatments.
This is a four week comprehensive international certificate training programme, conducted once a week over two hours.
As a practitioner you will receive all Master attunements, all eight symbols and time to practice their use.
You will learn:
- History of Karuna Reiki®
- Karuna I, the first four symbols
- Karuna II, the second four symbols
- Preparing to give Karuna Reiki® treatment
- Chanting and Toning
- Code of Ethics
Duration: 2 hours once a week
Investment: ZAR5500.00 paid upfront.
Karuna Reiki® Master training is available on a one-on-one session for Reiki Masters only! Proof of certification will be required.
– Karuna Reiki® Masters Manual is provided
– Course fee is non-refundable once course begins
– Course dates may change subject to public holidays
– Catch up sessions for no shows or missed training dates are charged at R450 per hour
– full course fee to be paid prior to course date start
– International Registration and Certificate issued upon completion of course
Please note: to attend this training you must be an initiated Masters of a Usui based Reiki energy healing system i.e. Shamballa, Usui or Seichim.
*Dates are subject to change.