What: The channeling of Universal Energy
Who: Anyone, a person needs to do nothing more than be attuned by a Master & have the intent to make healing energy available whenever they put their hands on themselves or some else.
Benefits:Brings about deep relaxation, assists in the release of energy blockages, provides new vitality in the form of balancing universal life energy & increases the vibrational frequency of the body
Day 9, 29/11/09: Reiki - Nepal
Up at 5:45am for Raas to take me to Pokhara airport; he'd arranged for me to fly in a single prop plane to & around the sacred Fish Tail Peak (Machhapachhee) and the Annapurna's. We arrived at the airport just as the sun was rising; the red glimmer shone warmly on the snow capped peaks; the sky was blue and cloud free; today was a good day for being up high in the mountains.
The flight was awesome and the pilot even taught me to man the controls; steering with both my hands and feet. It felt so utterly peaceful and the plane felt as if it was travelling so incredibly slow; as I took the controls the pilot nudged me to remind me to look out of the front window as well as concentrating on my dials; clearly something I'd forgotten as we headed directly on a collision course with Fish Tail! As we soared gracefully through the skies; getting up close and personal to the mighty peaks; each ridgeline exposed and close enough to touch. I had a mini coronary as the fuel light flashed red but the pilot assured me we had more than enough fuel!
During our flight the cloud had built up in the valleys below; as we turned the plane the layer of cloud; a flat, white expanse reminded me of the icecap with mighty peaks rising from its peripheral; it looked so calm; so still; so beautiful. Seeing this region of Nepal from the air gave me a better perspective how very varied & distinct the terrain below actually is. Once again this was an amazing experience...taking my first flying lesson in the Himalayas; around the Annapurna's and Fish Tail (Machhapachhee).
Got back to the hotel and then joined up with the group at Devi Falls and visited the sacred caves of Mahendra Gupha & Gupteshwor Gupha; deep within one of the caves was a massive several headed sacred serpent carved from the rock itself. From here we visited the Tibetan refugee camp; there was such a great atmosphere here, one of absolute joy; we watched them make carpets and thread jewellery made from Tibetan turquoise; it really was a lovely place and it was an absolute pleasure to share some cherished moments with such people.
We stopped off for lunch today at the Boomerang which is a open air restaurant overlooking the lakeside; it was scorching hot and lizards darted in and out of the fauna; it was also here that I saw the biggest wasp I think I've ever seen; sure it was a man eater!