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Amit Reiki and Meditation Centre
Reiki is a healing art that has been in use for thousands of years with different people like Buddha having practiced it under different names such as Kahi, Odic Force and Bio plasma. In recent times it was rediscovered by a Japanese monk called Dr. Mikao Usui.
Reiki Master Amit has been involved with holistic and natural healing for over 8 years, with the scientific way of thinking and approach. Amit is a qualified teacher and practitioner of the healing arts. At the centre, he teaches you not only Reiki but also Yoga and various ways of meditation.
Reiki is Universal Life Force Energy. The word ‘Reiki’ comes from two Japanese words – ‘Rei’ and ‘Ki.’ ‘Rei’ is the universal life force, and represents spiritual consciousness or universal knowledge, whereas ‘Ki’ simply means energy.
The energy flowing through your body nourishes organs and cells, keeping their physical system healthy and strong. When this energy is disrupted or blocked, it may weaken the vital functioning of your organs/cells causing physical pain or discomfort. Reiki is used to cleanse your energy pathways, thereby healing your body, mind, and soul. Anyone can learn Reiki and you are not required to have any prior knowledge or experience.
Yoga is a science of Holistic Health. The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word 'Yog' the literal meaning of Yog, join or union. This implies joining or integrating individual - body with mind and mind with soul - to achieve a balanced and happy life, and spiritually uniting the individual with the universe.
Meditation is the science of controlling mind. An ordinary person may consider meditation as a worship or prayer. But it is not so. Meditation means awareness. Whatever you do with awareness is meditation. 'Watching your breath' is meditation; listening to the birds is meditation. As long as these activities are free from any other distraction to the mind, it is effective meditation.
Meditation is not a technique but a way of life. Meditation means 'a cessation of the thought process’. It describes a state of consciousness, when the mind is free of scattered thoughts and various patterns. The observer (one who is doing meditation) realizes that all the activity of the mind is reduced to one.