Shamanic Inca Reiki
What you’ll learn
- The student will be a Reiki therapist in the Shamanic modality
- Inca Spirituality
- Use of the 4 elements of nature
- Energetic extraction of magic plants
- Meditation Development
- Knowledge of the Sacred Geometry of the Chakana
- Perform crystal healing
- Healing of Chakras and energetic system
This is a practical course of shamanic healing.
We teach the basics of reiki energy, just as we teach how to activate the energy.
Having developed the energy, we will immerse ourselves in the spirituality of the Peruvian Inca Indians and add the use of the typical Inca symbol of the Chakana in our therapy.
We also study the concepts of shamanic healing and learn to use the 4 elements of nature for the purpose of healing.
Students can receive the certificate at the end of the course both in theory and in practice and they will always have the support and tutoring from the Instructor Karen Prieto.
Who this course is for
- Holistic therapists or people who wish to become therapists
- People who desire self-awareness
The mystical Inca shamanism
Before the Spanish conquest, in South America there was a very special mystical culture.
This mystique was more intuitive and naturalistic. There were three ways to connect with divinity:
- Through meditation
- Through the dance
- Through the use of entheogenic plants
Shamanic journeys or astral journeys were an important pillar for the connection with divinity.
The Inca Empire is the result of three previous cultures and civilizations:
- The Tiahuanaco culture
- The Nazca culture
- The Moche culture
The great legacy that the Incas left to humanity is the concept of order of the empire.
They had a very harmonious order, as a result of their vision of existence through the principles of the chakana, a symbol that synthesized their way of organizing their life, being in full harmony with the universe and nature.
The Spanish conqueror Mancio Serra de Leguizamon (1589), left a will before he died, where he related the order of the Inca empire with these words:
We found these kingdoms in such good order. The Incas ruled them in such a wise way that among them there was neither a thief nor a vicious nor an adulterer nor was a bad woman admitted among them, nor were there immoral people. The men have useful and honest occupations, the lands, forests, mines, pastures, houses and all kinds of products were regularized and distributed in such a way that each one knew his property without another person taking it or occupying it, nor were there demands about it. The reason that compels me to make these statements is the liberation of my conscience since I find myself guilty because we have destroyed with our evil example. The people who had such a government that was enjoyed by their natives, were so free from imprisonment or crimes or excesses, men and women with the same rights, the indian who had 100,000 pesos in gold or silver value in his house left it open merely by leaving a small stick against the door as a sign that the owner was outside, with that according to their customs no one could enter or take anything that was there, when they saw that we put locks and keys on our doors they supposed it was because of fear of them but not because they believed that someone could steal the property of the other, so when they discovered that we had thieves between us and men who sought to make their daughters commit sins, they despised us.
The Inca trilogy & Machu Pichu
One of the foundations of the Inca cosmovision is its trilogy, composed of:
- The snake – the wisdom that hides in the bowels of the earth, the power and energy of our root and navel chakras.
- The puma – the fierce warrior, the power and energy of our solar plexus.
- The condor – the wisdom exposed in the sky, the power and energy of our chakras: cardiac, throat, third eye and crown.
Man is located between these three energies, and can unify all of them in his heart, through the activation of his cardiac system.
Machu Pichu among other cities, manifests the man-nature connection that the Inca empire sought to capture in its legacy. Here stands the Intihuatana, the Inca calendar that means the mooring of the sun.
This calendar was essential to connect the Inca with all the rhythm of nature, especially with the seasons. This was taught to all the Incas from an early age.
The Intihuatana was an object of worship, adoration and also pedagogical.
The mystical journey was made by strong warriors, capable of resisting a very powerful expansion of consciousness.
The warriors were prepared, with meditative practices in nature and executed the mystical journey with the help of a shaman, in a place of power like Machu Pichu for example. In this way, the warriors managed to get the soul out of their body, to travel in a metaphysical bubble to every corner of the universe, between space and time.
Through this experience, the warriors managed to return from the trip with an expanded perception of reality, understanding the energy of the emptiness from which the universe and all its creatures emerged, a practice of spiritual growth, so that they would remain integral and never fall into injustices or evil.