Ancient Civilizations Pleiadians Light Council was formed approx 200,000 years ago this was after the first Great Galactic War. The aftermath of the Galactic War in the Lyra System sent the humanoid Lyrean civilization throughout the Galaxy. This was historically an event that was most dramatic and desperate time for the humanity to date. Many of the Lyrean refugees made their way to the Pleiadian Star Cluster (in layman terms, this cluster is also known as "The Seven Sisters"). The Pleiadian Star Cluster contains over 100 stars and it also spans eight light years away. Can one connect with the Pleiadians today? Yes. Very much so, especially when you study the Galactic Counsel,Pleiadian.

Reiki in person Vs Reiki by distance Part 2 of 3

Thank you for coming back to read more about my Reiki experience. In my last Blog, I spoke about the history of our three Reiki Masters. I hope you enjoyed it. We have learnt, that only after Madam Takata’s death, did Reiki develop into nearly a secret society, with secret language, with high membership fees - as high as $10.000 US. Despite such fees, people are joining the Reiki Wave, today even more so than ever before. We have also learnt that Dr Usui sensei, had meditated and the Inspiration came to him. And, after this occurred, from all those books he had studied, he started to build on those building blocks and “invented” Reiki. Dr Usui sensei, built the foundation of the Reiki we kno


Google+ Aumvedas Catalog Saturday, 19 November 2016 AUMVEDAS ACADEMY - WHO ARE THE ORIGINAL REIKI MASTERS? Part One by C.W. Dunne (RGMT) 19/11/2016 Usui Sensei 1865 - 1926 Mikao Usui was the originator of what we today call Reiki. He was born on August 15th 1865 in the village of 'Taniai-mura' in the Yamagata district of Gifu prefecture Kyoto. Mikao Usui probably came from a wealthy family as at that time only children from wealthy families could get a good education. As a child he studied in a Tendai Buddhist monastery school entering at an early age. He was also a student of different martial arts. His memorial states that he was a talented hard working student, he liked to read and his k