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Founder: Stephen Comee. Type: Attunements. Amaterasu is known as the supreme deity of the Shinto religion and a ruler of all the kami, the gods and forces inherent in nature. This attunement is a system that can be used in a general sense for all sorts of healing and working with the energy bodies and chakras but also to achieve a state of balance in your everyday life.
Why have a distant attunement with Craig? Type All Attunements Attunement Packages. What Are Maintenance Attunements? Founder: Stephen Comee Amaterasu Reiki. Understand that healing is a process that requires your active participation. An open heart and a commitment to your self-empowerment and growth. Realistic expectations of what is possible. Some quiet time to practice and take in the energies. The aims of the Amaterasu Reiki attunement: Great all-round healing system. Increased well-being and vitality.
Raised vibration. Energetic balance. A certificate with lineage and signature via email on request. Training and support during the attunement duration via email. You may also like.
Amaterasu is the Shinto ruler of the Kami, the Gods and forces inherent in Nature. The manual explains who Amaterasu is, and how to practice Amaterasu Reiki. It also includes the practice of Amaterasu, the meditation On Twin Hearts which works on the crown and heart chakras, and fills you with Divine Light, Love and Power, so that you become a channel of this Divine energy. It is said that practicing this mediation daily or regularly increases the size of both chakras and the aura, making your body more dynamic and strong, thus enabling you to become a more powerful healer.
Amaterasu is The Great Sun Goddess of Japan, she is the supreme deity of the Shinto religion and is ruler of all the kami, the gods, or, more properly, the forces inherent in nature. In the mythology of Japan, according to the eighth century Kojiki Records of Ancient Matters , in the beginning there was chaos, and yin and yang, the heavens and the earth, the waters and the land were not separated. Heaven formed first, and then earth, and numerous gods were born who remained hidden. In protest at this great and evil violence, Amaterasu withdrew into a cave and sealed it shut with a giant rock. As a result, the world was plunged into darkness. Without her light and warmth, the gods of rice and all living things began to wither and die. The royal family of Japan traces its descent from Amaterasu.
The Great Sun Goddess of Japan, she is the supreme deity of the Shinto religion and is ruler of all the kami, the gods, or, more properly, the forces inherent in nature. She is the "Great Shining Light" that illuminates the heavens and earth. Her special sacred site is the Grand Shrine of Ise, where she is enshrined in the Inner Sanctuary shown at right; below right: the steps leading to the outer gate of the inner sanctuary, in which the Great Bright Light is enshrined. In the mythology of Japan, according to the eighth-century Kojiki Records of Ancient Matters , in the beginning there was chaos, and yin and yang, the heavens and the earth, the waters and the land were not separated. Heaven formed first, and then earth, and numerous gods were born who remained hidden.