What we Offer

To recognise ourselves as spiritual beings having a human experience is the ultimate confrontation to the ego mind and we invest a lot of energy in avoiding this meeting. In doing so we lose connection with our source which is always there to heal our sense of separation. Once we find our way back we start to listen to the soul talking through the body and mind as we are carried effortlessly to our destiny.

One-to-One Consultations

In these sessions, we use several diagnostic tools (e.g; your date of birth, pulse, tongue, posture, use of language and others) to provide a window into what mental and emotional patterns are creating stress and what organs and systems of the body need attention. With this knowledge we can prescribe individualised programmes of yoga, meditation, herbal medicine, nutritional and lifestyle advice.

 

Me Within Me offers one to one consultations, classes, workshops and training in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, shiatsu, karam kriya and kundalini yoga. Our mission is to put you back in touch with your inherently peaceful and sensitive self.

 

To recognise ourselves as spiritual beings having a human experience is the ultimate confrontation to the ego mind and we invest a lot of energy in avoiding this meeting. In doing so we lose connection with our source which is always there to heal our sense of separation. Once we find our way back we start to listen to the soul talking through the body and mind as we are carried effortlessly to our destiny.

 

This is sometimes supported by on-going healing conversations using: Karam Kriya, and or Acupuncture, Shiatsu and Chinese Herbal Medicine.

Community Sessions

We recognise that being in community is a vital component in the accelerated transformation of ourselves and others and so we run:

  • regular kundalini yoga classes
  • meditation
  • chanting events
  • early morning sadhanas
  • workshops and trainings in the UK and abroad

Training Courses

We offer:

Our Ethos and Way of Working

We recognise that we are spiritual beings having a human experience (not human beings having a spiritual experience). We are reminded of this through the harmony of mind and body where feeling good and positive thinking go hand in hand and our strength and intuition help us to keep up. Then we are able to create a relationship between the finite part of ourselves that is limited by time and space and the infinite (deep, expansive part) within us that is not.

As we negotiate our way through life it can be challenging to create the right conditions for our highest growth. On our path to mastery we define and refine ourselves on all levels; mentally, emotionally, physically and ultimately spiritually. This process of uncovering who we really are and living from that truth can be a stressful process and is best managed with the care for ourselves and the sensitivity to others that this demands.

We see symptoms of dis-ease as an attempt to heal the sense of separation and longing we all feel to connect more deeply to the eternal self within and without. With this in mind we take a multi faceted approach to health and healing that addresses all five levels of healing, through five healing traditions;

The 5 Levels of Healing

healing the split between mind and soul, crystallizing as the soul; the earth element

managing our energy, turning emotion into devotion, empowerment; the water element

training the mind, from right understanding to right action, self affirmation; the fire element

healing in the moment, through community, our humanity and presence; the air element

healing through balance, in relationship and through the word; the ether element.

The 5 forms of healing

Karam Kriya, Kundalini Yoga, Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and massage.

Karam Kriya is a unique approach to negotiating change; working with universal intelligences, known to us as numbers, to provide a personal, professional and spiritual health check. Karam = Structures that take us through time but with no result other than repetition. Kriya = Completion of these structures and the establishment of Dharmic structures. Dharmic structures are vehicles of awareness that use time to go beyond time. Karam Kriya is the foundation of our practice and in particular our healing conversations; talking therapy. If it’s your body that needs attention we use herbal medicine, Kundalini Yoga, Acupuncture, Massage and Chinese Herbal Medicine.

Kundalini Yoga is known as the ‘Mother of All Yogas’ since it includes all aspects; postures, mudras, breath work, meditation, chanting and relaxation. A daily practice helps us to break through our mental, physical and emotional blocks so that we experience more of who we really are and re-align with our destiny.

Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and massage (Shiatsu, deep tissue and Thai)

Acupuncture and massage is based on treating channels/lines of fascia which correspond to our internal organs and can easily become blocked. When this happens we feel a loss of energy, tension or pain. Our immune, hormonal, nervous and endocrine systems operate below par. When the flow in these channels is restored the body’s natural self healing abilities kick in and we feel freedom in body and mind; calm, yet invigorated.

Acupuncture treatments are often combined with moxibustion; the heating of a herb called moxa which strengthens and moves the energy by warming acupuncture points. Cupping, the use of special shaped glass cups that create a vacuum and adhere to the skin can also be used. This method is very effective in improving blood and energy circulation and can be used for muscular and joint pain, colds, reducing swelling and improving the digestive and nervous systems.

Chinese herbal medicine is one of the oldest and most advanced natural medicine systems in the world. The application of herbal formulas has been continually refined in the light of clinical findings from their first use over 2000 years ago to their application today, and they are still as relevant for complex modern diseases as they were in ancient times. They are routinely used alongside Western medicine in many Eastern countries. Herbs help to cleanse, strengthen and balance the body.  Each treatment is formulated individually to address the cause rather than the mere symptoms of disease.

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