|Grand Master Choa Kok Sui (left), Guru Rinpoche (right)|
19th March every year is observed globally over 120 countries to commemorate the Mahasamadhi of Grand Master Choa Kok Sui (GMCKS). Bhutan celebrated the Mahasamadhi of GMCKS at Deer Park, Thimphu for the second time on 19th March, 2014, first time being celebrated last year with the grace of Her Majesty the Queen Mother of Bhutan Ashi Tshering Pem Wangchuck. Her Majesty is the Patron of the Bhutan Pranic Healing Centre.
GMCKS is the founder of Modern Pranic Healing (healing through energy) and Arhatic Yoga and has millions of followers across the world. Mahasamadhi actually defines leaving one’s soul out of one’s physical body intentionally with certain means of spirituality. His soul left his physical body on 19th March, 2007 for the betterment of the world.
|Gratitude Cake from Pals Art|
Instead of mourning the Mahasamadhi of the Master, healers celebrated the day with great enthusiasm and love. Several healers gathered to offer butter lambs and paid tribute to the master. The wishful pranic prayers were recited and the divine Meditation on Twin Hearts practiced; the Twin Hearts pertain to the crown and heart energy centers (chakras).
It’s like taking a spiritual shower!
The participant’s wishes were blessed and the energy (aura) cleansed. And obviously the participants blessed the mother earth with love, peace, light, hope and strength.
I felt that the commemoration overwhelmingly enhanced our positive energy probably generated through the meditation on this particular day unlike other days. Well, I enjoyed the exercising and the dancing programs!
I salute you Master for the divinity you created to bless and heal the world.
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