Sat Nam Rasayan

Sat Nam Rasayan® is a very old healing tradition. No one knows how old, or where it may have first been developed. We do know that
Sat NaM rASAYANthe teachings that come to us do so through the lineage of the Gurus, including Guru Nanak and Guru Ram Das.Sat Nam Rasayan® literally means “Healing in the True Identity”. In practice, it is the tradition of healing through awareness. Within the interdependency of all things lies the source of all healing. That source exists neither within, without, nor apart from ourselves. Merging our awareness in that source, in the true identity Sat Nam, allows healing to happen.

As a practical matter, we human beings are blessed with the capacity to become transcendent in our consciousness. That is, we can stabilize a specific aspect of our awareness from which we can project an intention to heal. That aspect can take our experience beyond the three dimensions of our measured awareness and into and within Sat Nam. The study of Sat Nam Rasayan® teaches us that awareness.

The Supreme Healing Art

In the Yogic Tradition we find that our consciousness has no fundamental boundaries nor limitations. If we look to consciousness for healing, we also find that there are no inherent limitations to the healing process. Sat Nam Rasayan® can be applied effectively to matters of body, mind, and spirit.

Sat Nam Rasayan® is not a medical tradition. A medical tradition is a discipline that is based on and confined to a universe of specific principals that describe nature and describe specific conditions for wellness and disease. When conditions in a system exist that indicate disease, these same principals are applied in the healing process to move the balance of the system toward wellness.
The healing process of Sat Nam Rasayan® does not rely on specific medical principals. So, its scope of application is not restricted to any particular descriptions of illness or disease. It is essentially non-dualistic in its approach to healing. As such, there are fewer limits to the complexity of what can be treated. Its potential is as limitless as the consciousness of the healer. It is, in common vernacular, the ultimate holistic healing modality. It is the supreme healing art.
Because its scope of application is very broad, there is some overlap in the types of conditions that people seek help for. However, no claims should be made as to the relative effectiveness of this healing art with respect to others for specific medical conditions. And, medical attention should not be denied for conditions that can be treated effectively with medical procedures. The effectiveness and value of Sat Nam Rasayan ® healing is ultimately decided by the client subjectively in one’s sense of well being and objectively where the tendency for identified disease can be measured.

Why Healers Heal

Sat Nam Rasayan® practitioners heal with the broad intention of reducing pain and suffering in the world. That is the major criterion for successful healing in this tradition.

“If there is suffering, then there is suffering somewhere in me.”

The Healing Art of Sat Nam Rasayan® is not an empathic process. Instead, we recognize that we are the source of our own perceptions. The perceptions themselves arise within us as we relate to others. Rather than deny perceptions of suffering, we healers choose to heal them from within our awareness.

This is not a capacity shared by a select few. As a human being, you have the capacity to heal. That is why we teach.

Why People Seek Healing

People seek Sat Nam Rasayan® healing when they trust that they can be healed. The most common motivation is to seek relief from STRESS and DEPRESSION.

It can also bring a deep state of peace to the healer, as it requires entering a very high meditative state to an expanded consciousness so that the healer can “pick up” on the “discontinuity” of energy flow in the subject’s physical and subtle bodies.

Individual Sat Nam Rasayan apppointments last for between 40-50 minutes during which the client lies down covered with a blanket  while the practitioner/healer sits at the side of the client and gently connects with the client through touch, such as a hand on the arm.

The practitioner /healer then sits in meditation and conscious contemplation while the client moves into a state of relaxation.

Joanna- Guru Sahai Kaur is qualified as a practitioner and continues to study this healing art with Har Kirat Kaur and visiting teachers to Ireland and has studied with Guru Dev Singh in Ireland, France and during the Intensive healing retreats in Perugia Italy.

Joanna offers individual appointments and distant healing.

Introduction to Sat Nam Rasayan evenings and  training is offered at the Flourish Centre ,  Westport.

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