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Peter Vajda is an astute observer of the human condition and is a passionate pioneer in the field of mind-body-spirit integrative functioning and development. Dr. Vajda is dedicated to supporting individuals and groups to enhance their understanding of how to live consciously - from the inside out - which deeply supports an individual's ability to change, grow and evolve. Peter's experience in working with the "whole body" is based on his studies of psychodynamics, ego development, bioenergetics as well as energy healing.
About Tenzin Lama Sherpa
Tenzin is a Master Reiki Healer and Global visiting Master Teacher of Buddhist Principles. He teaches Buddhist Meditation, Buddhist philosophy, and Usui Reiki to groups and individuals throughout the world. He also offers Reiki healing to individuals. Many attest to the fact that their health improved considerably after just one healing session with this Master healer.
Tenzin Lama was born in Katmandu’, Nepal in 1979. When he was only 13 years old, he became a Tibetan Buddhist monk studying in Nimdrolling Monastery in Mysore, India. There were 4,000 monks and 800 nuns in this monastery. Throughout his monastic life, Tenzin received endless philosophical teachings, transmissions and initiations from great lamas. When he progressed to an accomplished level at the monastery, he started giving teachings and he took care of the monks who were sick. When, for the first time, he saw so many people sick in the hospital, he immediately wanted to become a doctor; but it was impossible to be a monk and a doctor at the same time.
One day Tenzin was outdoors exercising, and he fell on a pointed stick that was planted in the ground. His eye made contact with the sharpened point, and he could no longer see with that eye. His uncle convinced him to go see an acquaintance who was a reiki healer. After only 3 days of taking classes from this healer, his eyesight was restored. After only 21 days of practice and because his teacher requested him, Tenzin Lama started giving Reiki healing sessions in the healing center. Eventually, Tenzin Lama started working at clinics outside of the monastery. He was earning such a good reputation as a healer that a doctor even came to him for a reiki session. This was a happy day for Tenzin when he could relieve the suffering of a doctor who was in the profession that was Tenzin’s second choice for a vocation. Tenzin was pleased that he had earned this doctor’s trust. The doctor recovered and he and Tenzin Lama were full of joy.
Tenzin Lama continued to offer his services and his knowledge in a reiki healing center, in households, hospitals and other centers dedicated to social services. After finishing his second level of reiki, he expanded his healing services to different parts of the country. When he completed third level reiki, he became a guide to new reiki practitioners. His master, Lama Ngawang, proclaimed Tenzin as one of the best healers among his 2000 students. Tenzin was interviewed on the radio in Nepal.
In 2005, Tenzin Lama Sherpa’s teacher received an invitation from a Chilean doctor to come to Chile to help him. Lama Ngawang asked Tenzin to be his assistant to help with the work in Buddhist centers, reiki healing centers, universities, and clinics in different parts of the country. Tenzin learned from and exchanged knowledge with Reiki Masters and psychologists while in Chile. In a ten year span, he gave reiki to more than 5,500 people and taught reiki to more than 450 students. According to Tenzin Lama, Reiki is a scientific healing method that has no side effects. Any person can learn reiki for either self-healing or for healing others. This healing practice promotes physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual growth.. Love and compassion are the foundation of any form of reiki.
Tenzin Talks About Reiki Healing; Energy is everywhere; it is a part of everything at an atomic level. We are part of the universe, so we all have reiki energy, which can be called universal life force energy,. We are receiving and throwing off energy from our bodies all the time. Our mind determines what kind of energy we store. It can be our best friend or our worst enemy. Negative energy is like a block of ice. It takes up more space than positive energy, which is like water. Negative energy can cause disease. It is important to have a peaceful mind. With a peaceful mind we are able to absorb more positive energy, and that helps keep us healthy and happy.
As a Reiki Master, I detoxify the body by taking away negative energy from the body, mind and spirit, and replacing it with positive energy. With a peaceful mind, if I detect a specific area that needs healing, I direct reiki energy to the problem area.
Every person naturally has healing skill and power. The energy we get comes from the world, from the food we eat and from the sun. We absorb and release energy from every part of our body, especially through the palms of our hands and our eyes. Everything in the body is connected; the heart, the colon, the brain, etc. From the tip of the hair to the tip of the toes everything is affected by the negative or positive energy we take in and release.
Tenzin Lama Sherpa’s Tips For Good Health:
• Have a peaceful mind • Eat organic, raw food
• Drink a lot of water • Exercise
• Laugh all the time • Be positive
• Remember life is just a series of passing moments