Lotus Healing Seva Group has completed 14 years of Reiki Seva in November this year.
As in the past, we will be honouring this achievement by doing even more seva activities in November and extending the celebrations into the months of December 2019 and January and February 2020.
Here comes our first activity: Reiki Level 1 Training to 33 children (10+ years) and care givers of The Imani Orphanage in the Kayole slum of Nairobi on 7th November 2019.Thirty Three new Reiki healers were born on that day!
The LHSG (Kenya) sevak Sheela Shah conducted this training camp, assisted by sevaks Mamta Advani and Bindi Shah.
Gratitude once agin to the Universe / God for making us an instrument of His / Her Will!
Please read on for Sheela’s account, and do watch the slide show.
LHSG Founder Member
Today the sevaks at the Reiki l camp at Imani Home were Bindi, Mamta and I. This is a home for abandoned babies and children. We had 3 carers and 30 children, attending. The challenge today was to complete teaching the whole course within 3 to 3&1/2 hours. Taking up the challenge head on, I quickly began on what is Reiki, history of Reiki and the anatomy of the energy body, ie. the chakras. Attunement followed and went brilliantly. Almost everyone said they felt energised and great after the attunement.
As we started on self-healing, we noticed quite a few children feeling extremely sleepy and finding it difficult to remain alert. A sign of deep healing taking place in these children who have gone through hard circumstances in their young lives.
We carried on from self- healing to partner healing after pairing the children. Mamta over saw the boys while Bindi and I shared the larger number of girls. Except for a few, mostly everyone were very good in partner healing. With our guidance and directions, they all carried on superbly.
Then followed Q&A time where pertinent questions, showing how sharp some of them are, were asked and answered. Then the 5 principles and benefits of Reiki were clarified followed by instructions to do self-healing every day. We ended with a thank you note from one of the carers and last but not least, group pictures.
Thank you Bindi and Mamta for your very reliable and valuable assistance and gratitude always for this humbling and lovely opportunity.
LHSG (Kenya) Member