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Pamir Kiciman
Pamir Kiciman is a Reiki Master Teacher of authentic Japanese Reiki classes in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood and other parts of South Florida.
Pamir Kiciman is a Reiki Master Teacher of authentic Japanese Reiki classes in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood and other parts of South Florida.
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Don't be fooled by Reiki "lite"

Reiki Classes and Reiki Training in Fort Lauderdale and all of South Florida are available at my Oasis Reiki Dojo.

Usui Sensei who originated the teachings of Reiki included specific meditations as the primary practices that he passed on. Whenever a teaching includes meditation, that teaching becomes a wisdom teaching.

Wisdom practices like meditation give us access to universal truths about our own identity, our intrinsic goodness, and transformative qualities such as peace, love, joy, and the role of consciousness in the universe.

Reiki is a spiritual teaching. It’s not a teaching on energy medicine or a biofield therapy. Why? Because it’s an enlightenment path, a way to become one with your spiritual self and the spirituality of life. As such it deals with consciousness.

Evolved practitioners of all traditions have described consciousness as the ground of being in which life begins, unfolds and evolves.

If the Reiki class you attended or are thinking of attending only teaches hands-on Reiki, that’s a greatly reduced and truncated teaching.

In its full-fledged form, Reiki is a transformational teaching. It spiritualizes the practitioner, shifting their identity from a separate “I” to a connected whole. It unifies the fragmented self, bringing a higher consciousness that contains peace, love, power, healing, wisdom and compassion.

#reiki #reikiclasses #reikitraining #reikipractice #fortlauderdale #southflorida #healing #reikihealing #meditation #consciousness #wisdom #compassion #spirituality #reikiteacher #reikimaster  

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Your Brain Has A "Shuffle" Button—Here’s How To Use It

Having breakthrough ideas means priming your brain with lots of raw material for it to rummage through at random.


People often say, ‘Meditation is all very well, but what does it have to do with my life?’ What it has to do with your life is that perhaps through this simple practice of paying attention — giving loving-kindness to your speech and your actions and the movements of your mind — you begin to realize that you’re always standing in the middle of a sacred circle, and that’s your whole life. This room is not the sacred circle. Wherever you go for the rest of your life, you’re always in the middle of the universe and the circle is always around you. Everyone who walks up to you has entered that sacred space, and it’s not an accident. Whatever comes into the space is there to teach you.

— Pema Chödron

#meditation #attention #lovingkindness 

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Walk Like a Buddha

This is a very healing text. Its practice would be even more so.

Even in the most difficult situation, you can walk like a buddha. Last year I visited Korea, and there was one moment when my group was surrounded by hundreds of people. Each of them had a camera, and they were closing in. There was no path to walk, and everyone was aiming their camera at us. It was a very difficult situation in which to do walking meditation, so I said, “Dear Buddha, I give up, you walk for me.” And right away the Buddha came, and he walked, with complete freedom, and the crowd made room for the Buddha to walk; no effort was made. If you find yourself in some difficulty, step aside, and allow the Buddha to take your place. The Buddha is in you. This works in all situations, I have tried it. It’s like encountering a problem when you’re using the computer. You can’t get out of the situation. But then your big brother who is very skillful with computers comes along and says, “Move over a little, I’ll take over.” And as soon as he sits down, everything is all right. It’s like that. When you find it difficult, withdraw and allow the Buddha to take your place. You have to have faith in the Buddha within, and allow the Buddha to walk, and also allow the people dear to you to walk.

When you walk, who do you walk for? You can walk to get somewhere but you can also walk as a kind of meditative offering. It’s nice to walk for your parents or for your grandparents who may not have known the practice of walking in mindfulness. You ancestors may have spent their whole life without the chance to make peaceful, happy steps and establish themselves fully in the present moment.

It is possible for you to walk with the feet of your mother. You can say, “Mother, would you like to walk with me?” And then you walk with her, and your heart will fill with love. You free yourself and you free her at the same time, because your mother is in you, in every cell of your body. Your father is also fully present in every cell of your body. You can say, “Dad, would you like to join me?” Then suddenly you walk with the feet of your father. It’s a joy. It’s very rewarding. You don’t have to fight and struggle in order to do it. Just become aware.

After you have been able to walk for your dear ones, you can walk for the people who have made your life miserable. You can walk for those who have attacked you, who have destroyed your home, your country, and your people. These people weren’t happy. They didn’t have enough love for themselves and for other people. They have made your life miserable, and the life of your family and your people miserable. And there will be a time when you’ll be able to walk for them too. Walking like that, you become a buddha, you become a bodhisattva filled with love, understanding, and compassion.

— Thich Nhat Hanh

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#walking #meditation #buddha #healing #compassion
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Walk Like a Buddha

This is a very healing text. Its practice would be even more so.

Even in the most difficult situation, you can walk like a buddha. Last year I visited Korea, and there was one moment when my group was surrounded by hundreds of people. Each of them had a camera, and they were closing in. There was no path to walk, and everyone was aiming their camera at us. It was a very difficult situation in which to do walking meditation, so I said, “Dear Buddha, I give up, you walk for me.” And right away the Buddha came, and he walked, with complete freedom, and the crowd made room for the Buddha to walk; no effort was made. If you find yourself in some difficulty, step aside, and allow the Buddha to take your place. The Buddha is in you. This works in all situations, I have tried it. It’s like encountering a problem when you’re using the computer. You can’t get out of the situation. But then your big brother who is very skillful with computers comes along and says, “Move over a little, I’ll take over.” And as soon as he sits down, everything is all right. It’s like that. When you find it difficult, withdraw and allow the Buddha to take your place. You have to have faith in the Buddha within, and allow the Buddha to walk, and also allow the people dear to you to walk.

When you walk, who do you walk for? You can walk to get somewhere but you can also walk as a kind of meditative offering. It’s nice to walk for your parents or for your grandparents who may not have known the practice of walking in mindfulness. You ancestors may have spent their whole life without the chance to make peaceful, happy steps and establish themselves fully in the present moment.

It is possible for you to walk with the feet of your mother. You can say, “Mother, would you like to walk with me?” And then you walk with her, and your heart will fill with love. You free yourself and you free her at the same time, because your mother is in you, in every cell of your body. Your father is also fully present in every cell of your body. You can say, “Dad, would you like to join me?” Then suddenly you walk with the feet of your father. It’s a joy. It’s very rewarding. You don’t have to fight and struggle in order to do it. Just become aware.

After you have been able to walk for your dear ones, you can walk for the people who have made your life miserable. You can walk for those who have attacked you, who have destroyed your home, your country, and your people. These people weren’t happy. They didn’t have enough love for themselves and for other people. They have made your life miserable, and the life of your family and your people miserable. And there will be a time when you’ll be able to walk for them too. Walking like that, you become a buddha, you become a bodhisattva filled with love, understanding, and compassion.

— Thich Nhat Hanh

Art by Carlos Estevez

#walking #meditation #buddha #healing #compassion
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When we combine methods with qualities it simply works better. Qualities are meant to be lived, to become part of us and how we engage life. Methods deepen qualities and make them real, practical and actually beneficial. Methods remove qualities from the theoretical, intellectual and wishful and bring them home to you. You begin to practice qualities alongside methods and they start to flesh out, grow their wings and take residence within you.

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Results showed that participating in the partner exercises increased feelings of closeness and increased their willingness to self-disclose with partners over time—even though the partners changed each week. This suggests that dyadic meditation helps strengthen social relationships, in general, and not just to a specific partner.
Pair or "Dyadic" Meditation

New research out of the Max Plank Institute in Germany suggests that practicing “dyadic meditation”—where two people meditate together—may help us feel closer and more open with others.

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Pair or "Dyadic" Meditation

New research out of the Max Plank Institute in Germany suggests that practicing “dyadic meditation”—where two people meditate together—may help us feel closer and more open with others.

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We tend to think of creativity as something artistic—the quality that produces masterpieces. But it’s actually an important part of just getting everyday stuff done. It’s what allows a programmer to complete her first line of original code, a product manager to identify a new market for an existing product, and an elementary-school teacher to find an entertaining way to teach subtraction. And when it comes to situations as different as these, constraints seem to improve our performance.

Meditation takes us just as we are, with our confusion and our sanity. This complete acceptance of ourselves as we are is a simple, direct relationship with our being. We call this maitri, loving-kindness toward ourselves and others.

— Pema Chödron

#meditation #lovingkindness #selfacceptance
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