Tibetan Reiki is a complex and fully capable of balancing
energies to support the healing process and support
the spiritual development.
As Craig says Ellis, Ascended Masters, including El
Morya, argue that what we call Tibetan Reiki is practiced
in the time of Buddha, Jesus or Muhammad in Atlantis
and Egypt, the Peruvian Andes and Polynesia. In the
late nineteenth century, Tschen Li received instruction
from Babaji, Mataji and Master Rupon, and he, in turn,
taught Mikao Usui, the Reiki we traditional line. Nobody
knows where Mikao Usui received the entire system, presented
as Tibetan Reiki.
Tibetan Reiki contains many symbols from the East, and Egypt
or South America. All these symbols and techniques suggest
that Tibetan Reiki has been known at different times, in remote
areas. Tibetan Reiki is an energy system that, through these
symbols brings energies into harmony and balance, allowing
healing and spiritual evolution.
Techniques and symbols provides a better connection with the
earth energy earth element, specific and work on Kundalini
Reiki. The focus on activation / awakening of God in us the
fire of purification by knowledge and provide ways of looking
at a new perspective, things seen or experienced.
Therapeutic purposes, Tibetan Reiki provides effective solutions
for genetic diseases, to address those who may require our
help for autogenerarea tissue, but also for many others. For
those who have not reached the level of follow Shamballa MDH,
offers the first techniques of working with silver violet
flame, to obtain the support of the Archangel Michael and
Saint-Germain, as useful solution to cut the ties and strings.
Esoteric Buddhism is even older than Buddhism itself, and
consists of magical rituals secret teachings of mantras, mudras
and symbols (plus Yantra). Even India and Tibet are not the
birthplace, the Vedic texts are completed here, between 1200
and 600 BC, but they come from Mesopotamia or from a previous
civilization, being made by nomadic tribes.
The first unifying Japanese monk was KUKA esoteric schools
(774-835), founder of the Shingon school, which was part of