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Ajna Light Therapy

Aligning With Yourself


What is the Ajna Light?


Created in 2014 by Guy Harriman, Ajna Light Therapy is an innovative treatment that uses powerful light-emitting diode (LED) lights flickering at programmed frequencies for the entrainment of brainwaves.


The Ajna Light is a groundbreaking, innovative and highly effective device which easily and rapidly brings the user into a deeply relaxed, meditative state. The Ajna Light works through brainwave entrainment using very powerful flickering light.  The light sequences take you through a series of brainwave states to open up and activate the pineal gland.. 

Light flicker frequencies entrainment brainwaves, bringing you into a relaxed and meditative state. If you are stressed or have a busy mind, even with your thoughts active while the light sequence is playing, you will automatically be brought into a more relaxed state. There is no need to try to stop your thoughts, just observe your sensations during the light session. The Ajna Lamp assists you entering the meditative state without years of meditative practice.

Why the Ajna Light?

The first time I used the Ajna Light. I was in Pasadena, California at the biohacking convention. I was lucky to get a session as they were booked up by the end of the convention. I remember being excited to try it after seeing everyone's reaction. I wondered how people were having such an amazing experience laying down with their eyes closed.

So my turn comes up and I lay down with my eyes closed. As the light begins, I see all of these colors and geometric shapes. At one point it looked as if I was in this dome of light. I had never experienced anything even close to this session in my life.

Not too long after that I decided to get my own Ajna Light. It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed it. After a while I got busy with work and other things. I did not use the light much. Fast forward to the pandemic. I was stuck at home and I decided to start using the light again. I remember feeling very stressed with everything that was happening. Just not with the world but with my life and what I was going to do.  I started using the light and when the session ended I noticed that I did not feel as stressed as I did. The stress almost completely vanished. At that moment I thought this would be a wonderful thing to share.

I have been following many different wellness practices, technologies and teachers for many years. I have never felt the call to share as I have with the Ajna Light. l feel extremely fortunate to be able to share this technology with those who resonate with the light. It has been an amazing part of helping me in life. I am looking forward to connecting with individuals who are seeking more.

Marcus Rearden

Reiki

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What is Reiki?

 

Reiki is a spiritual and holistic healing practice that originated in Japan. The word "Reiki" is derived from two Japanese words: "rei," which means universal or divine, and "ki," which means life force energy. Together, Reiki can be understood as "universal life force energy."
 

In Reiki, practitioners believe that they can tap into and channel this universal life force energy to promote healing, relaxation, and overall well-being. The technique typically involves the practitioner placing their hands lightly on or near the recipient's body, with the intention of transferring this healing energy to the client. It is believed that this energy helps to balance the recipient's energy centers (chakras) and can have a positive impact on physical, emotional, and spiritual levels.


Reiki is often used as a complementary therapy alongside conventional medical treatments to promote relaxation and reduce stress, which can contribute to improved overall health. It is a non-invasive and gentle practice that is open to people of all backgrounds and belief systems.

Kirtan

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Kirtan is a type of call-and-response singing based on Sanskrit chants. Kirtan is a profound meditation practice that can help bring peace and understanding. The Kirtan leader sings the mantra and the group sings it back accompanied with a harmonium. Participants will learn both the words of the mantra in the original language as well as the English translation.

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