Let us introduce ourselves
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
The school primarily focuses on Reiki healings, Reiki courses and Yoga Therapy. Additionally, we offer yoga classes for beginners and intermediate students.
Reiki healings and Yoga therapy are individual sessions, available every day. Reiki courses start every week in duration of 3 - 7 days. Yoga classes are open to general public.
Reiki Master and Yoga Teacher
Yogi & Reiki Master Parveen Badoni was born in the Brahman family. Most of his childhood he spent with his grandfather who was a priest and astrologer. His grandfather initiated him in spirituality and Hinduism. However, Praveen did not follow his grandfather footsteps at first. Instead, his path lead him to study Finance & Accounting and, to begin with, he was earning his living in a corporate world. After his career in accounting, he felt that his path has to continue elsewhere. He left the job and spent some time with his Guru.
He continued his studies of Granthas and Indian philosophy and, again, took on the yoga practice. He also went back to University and received Master degree in Yogic Science. After completion, he took on Reiki Mastership in Dehradun.
For the last 15 years he has been giving Reiki and Yoga therapies and teaching Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Reiki is one of the simplest and most popular alternative therapy methods.
The word Reiki means Universal Life energy. It is defined as being the power that lives and acts in all created matter.
The word has 2 parts:
1. REI: which is the universal, boundless aspect of energy. It is the higher intelligence that guides the creation and functioning of the universe. We can call it God, Universal Mind, Higher Consciousness, Nature or supernatural knowledge or spiritual consciousness.
2. KI: means the same as Chi in Chinese and Prana in Sanskrit. It is also called Life force, orgone, bioplasma. This is the non-physical energy that animates everything alive. As long as something is alive, it has the flow of Ki within the physical body and the energy field around called aura. If the Ki is high and flowing freely, one is joyful, confident, happy, can face things in life and less likely to get sick. If the Ki is low, one feels weak, more likely to get sick, vulnerable to depression, has negative feelings and emotions. We get Ki from the air we breathe, food, sunshine and sleep. Ki can be increased with yoga, breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation and martial arts.
Subtle, high-powered vortices of energy in the body.
Our pranic (or energy) body is fuelled by the chakras, or psychic centers, which are subtle, high-powered vortices of energy in the body. They receive and store the Cosmic prana, and act as transformers to step down the level of energy, so that it can be used by different organs and parts of the body.
The 6 main chakras located along the spinal column are: Mooladhara (Root Chakra), Swadhisthana (Sacral Chakra), Manipura (Solar Plexus Chakra), Anahata (Heart Chakra), Vishuddhi (Throat Chakra) and Ajna (The Third Eye). Although these centers are situated in the subtle body, they correspond to the nerve plexuses in the gross body. Beyond this six are 2 other centers of awakening: Bindu and Sahasrara (The Crown Chakra), whose perception is acquired only at significantly evolved stated of consciousness.
Each chakra vibrates at a particular rate and velocity. The lower chakras operate at lower frequency, are grosser and create grosser state of awareness. Chakras at the top of the circuit operate at a higher frequency and are responsible for higher intelligence.
When chakras are purified, rebalanced and awaken, the pranic level is higher and more stable, and there is little difficulty in awakening and experiencing the transmission of prana.