Training Modules for Certified Spiritual Healers, Spiritual Coaches and Pneumatherapists
Please note, the overview of modules is just that. It is a brief and incomplete outline for the 8 week curricilum. The outlines do not reflect outcomes and daily work done in clinics, labs and hands-on instruction, and of course do not spell out the full curricilum.
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Two optional electives available:
- Sacred Sensuality Coach
- Ordination as Minister of Religion in the Wayist mystical tradition
BASIC OUTLINE OF MODULES FOR
Diploma: Certified Pneumatherapist
• The purpose of life.
• Why are we here
• Where are we going
• What is the process?
• Theories about the nature of the Universe and how it affects us as soul beings
• The Creator
• Theories about God
• Gods and humans in relationship.
• Historical, ancient teaching, and modern thoughts
• A logical working model without circular reasoning, based on simple ancient teaching, always at the core of all philosophies.
• Defining spirituality and working with the definitions
• Spirituality in different traditions
• Developing spirituality
• Spirituality as lifestyle
• Teaching spirituality
(immediate and direct awareness of the presence of the divine)
• Developing mystic faculties
• Mysticism as part of one’s spirituality
• Practicing mysticism for self-healing and empowerment
• Mysticism as a source of learning from spiritual beings, and channeling their work in people’s lives.
• Teaching mysticism
• Essential Upanishads
• Essential Buddhist Sutras
• Patanjali Yoga sutras
• Wisdom Teaching
• Daodejing (Tao Teh Ching)
• Baghavad Gita
• Lotus Sutra and Heart sutras
• Gnostic and Pagan teachings
• Wayist teachings
• Tantra scriptures
• Mystical Christianity
• Women in religion and spirituality through the millennia
SELF, INDIVIDUALITY, EGO AND REALITY
• The role of ego in spirituality
• Self-importance in perspective
• Patience, humility, simplicity and compassion
• Continued increase in awareness and subsequent spiritual growth and refinement
• Anger, jealousy, honour
• We are one, we are servants, we are humble and we embody loving-kindness—yet we are not punch bags or doormats and we will work for free when the dentist, psychologist and doctor works for free.
ANGELS AND BODHISATTVAS
• Examining evidence for their existence
• Working with them, for self and others
• Mystical association with spiritual beings
• Essential and classic teachers from Socrates to LaoTzi, Gautama Buddha, Jesus, Medieval teachers, to Vivekananda to the present
• Critique, apology and qualified justification of various teachers
• Guru / student relationships
• Use, abuse and pitfalls awareness in teacher / student and healer / client relationships. An important skill.
SUBTLE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DIFFERENT SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT
• Four Buddhisms
• Three Christianities
• Three Hinduisms
• Comparisons and Harmonies
SOUL AND SPIRIT
• Essential differences
• Evolution of the soul
SOUL ENERGY AND SPIRITUAL ENERGY
• Essential differences.
• Working with each
• Harmonizing the energies
• Transferring from lower to higher
• Myths, falsities, logic and truths
SPIRITUALITY OF JOY AND HAPPINESS
• Joy, laughter, sense of humour, as essential aspects of spiritual growth
• Cultivating and maintaining joy, beauty and peace
• Joy in times of trouble
• Joy as a function of the Gunas
• Joy as an attitude and lifestyle of peace, compassion and beauty
THE CHAKRAS: SOUL MINDS AND SPIRITUAL MINDS
• Fascinating field of study with diagnostic tools, skill development and techniques to analyze a person’s karma, sense a soul, aura, determine main reason for reincarnation, and assisting clients/devotees to deal with life accordingly.
• Myths, falsities, logic and truths about chakras.
• Working with chakras.
PRANA AND KUNDALINI
• Essential differences between energies
• Myths, falsities, logic and truths
• Tuning in
• Generating, and working with the energies
• Receiving, giving, recharging
• The nadis and pranayama
• Food and universal energies
• Sexual energy transformed to workable energy
• The mind as generator
• The soul-minds as generators
• Receiving higher spiritual energy
• Essential teaching
• Essential skill and knowledge, key to spiritual growth and healing
MYSTICISM AND WORSHIP
• Difference of mystical worship
• Daily practice and experience in a variety of traditions
• Optional ordination is available for devoted students who desire to focus their work on running worship centers, congregations and officiate matrimonial and funeral services.
NEGATIVE SPIRITUAL ENERGY
• Does it exist? Is it simply negatively charged mental energy? Or is it a disembodied being. Or both?
• Demons, do they exist? Getting behind the truth and reality not only by consulting ancient philosophic literature but by taking a look for ourselves.
• Spirits and Souls (ghosts)
• Negative spiritual energy, how to manage it
• Negative soul energy, how to manage it
• Gunas and negative soul energy
• Making oneself susceptible to infiltration. Protecting against, especially in the work environment.
• Resisting and exorcising
• “Demonic possession” and mental health, and how it affects the body, loved ones and community
• Self and other—cleansing and rejuvenation
ON THE FRINGES
There is truth in most spiritualties; some are heavily embroidered; some do not have a benevolent intent. What do these movements practice, what can we learn from them?
• Seers and Sages then and now
• Modern and ancient Goddess cults
• Satan and Satanism
• Modern and older non-mainstream Angel and Archangel movements
• Theosophical society
• Nature Spirit worship (we visit places and speak to practitioners)
• Cult of Ancestors (we visit places and speak to practitioners)
• Fringe Bodhisattva movements
• Sex cults and sexual energy. Masochism, taboos, etc.
• Crystals, aromatherapy and gemstones; myths and workable truths
• Search for the Holy Grail (of Enlightenment/Everlasting life) through drugs, potions, mantras, magic, etc.
• Theories East and West
• Vipassana (Mindfulness) meditation
• Mantra meditation
• Active Meditation
• Listening / Mystic Meditation
• 120 meditation sessions in several syles
• Certified Meditation Coach
• Original vs neo-Tantra
o The place for tantra in spirituality
o Sexual aspect of tantra is 1% of teaching
• Misogyny in original Tantra
• Goddess cults and neo-tantra
• How neo-tantra misses the point
• How to “fix” tantra
• Living real tantra
• Teaching real tantra
• Tantra compared to Sacred Sensuality
• Sacred Sensuality as meditation, mindset, attitude and lifestyle
• SS and mysticism
• SS and ancient (original) Tantra
• SS as the basis of all spiritual growth
• Certification to teach Sacred Sensuality
• Yoga Upanishads
• Yoga Bhagavad Gita
• Patanjali, the father of Yogic practice (+/- 1000CE). Patanlali Yoga Sutras
• Asana Yoga, Pranayama, Bhakti Yoga and Karma Yoga
• Raja Yoga
• Generating and nurturing spiritual energy.
o Love as a force
o Humility as a force
o Compassion as a force
• Distance work
• Healing one-on-one. Certification after sufficient practical hours on campus.
• Group work
• Divining (discrimination)
• Healing clinics and clinicians
• Chakra energy and pendulums
• Chakra development and awareness metrics
• Auras. Seeing auras and sensing energies
• Cleaning and clearing energies
• Protection, security and maintenance
• Physical health, spiritual energy, and spirituality
• 40 hours’ chakra work and energy therapy practical clinics.
• Dealing with mental illness
• Dealing with physical illness
• Dealing with spiritual illness
• Certified Chakra and Energy Healing Therapist.
SPIRITUALITY OF JOY AND HAPPINESS
• Developing your own spirituality
• Joy and Happiness
• Humility, Simplicity and Compassion
• Anatomy of the physical body
• Anatomy of the soul body
• Full Body Massage. Certification after sufficient practical hours on campus.
• Foot Reflexology. Certified Holistic Masseuse.
OTHER ENERGY SOURCES
• Crystals & Gemstones
• Colour and Aroma
• Angels and Spiritual beings
• Awakening creativity
• Creativity as a soul holiday for spiritual teachers
• Creativity as spiritual development regimen
• Creativity and healing
• Spirituality and community, the link is the wisdom from Love
• Pneumatologists and community work (managing energy, balancing, self-care)
• We engage in community work in rural Cambodia.
COUNSELLING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS
• History of counselling and different styles
• Wu Wei (non-interference)
• Reflective Listening theory and practical sessions
• Spiritual counselling theory and practical sessions
• The Counselling Practice, management and skills
• Certified Spiritual Counsellor
WORLD RELIGIONS COMPARED
(and how to work within their context)
• Mahayana Buddhism
• Theravada Buddhism
• Islam (not compatible with our basic beliefs)
DISCOVERING THE GODDESS
• Ancient roots in Jesus’ teaching, in Mahayana and Yogi Philosophy
• Embrace, harness and disseminate the Energy
• Love, Joy and Beauty as a healing Path
• Roots of shamanism and how we have incorporate the ancient art in modern society
• Practice and rite
PNEUMATHERAPIST AS HEALER
• Healer of spirit and soul
• Multidiscipline healing, holistic approaches
• Mental problems and physical ailments are not our field. Treat what you know, as part of a team of healers.
• Channels of healing, not miracle workers.
PNEUMATHERAPIST LIFE COACHES
• Life coaching, the role it plays in society
• The life coach practice and business
• Professional associations
• Counseling skills
• Clinical referral
• Work-Life Balance
• Gunas and Priorities
• Certified Lifestyle Coach
ON BECOMING A SPIRITUAL TEACHER
• The tools of your trade—your spirit and spiritual energy
• Ethics and professional standards
• Generalist vs. specialist
• Your livelihood, your practice
• Continued education and development
• Reiki levels I and II
• Certified Reiki Master
CLINICS & WORKSHOPS
To complete all certifications, students partake in many hours of supervised Counselling, Reiki, Prana Healing and other clinics. Clinics and workshops form part of one’s day and start in the third week of the course.
A student may request to add Ordination as Minister of Religion to her/his course. A small additional fee and some extra time is required. Ordination ceremony is held toward the end of the course. Ordination licenses devotees to setup and manage a Wayist Center in his/her home town. Ordained Wayist Counselors are licensed to officiate matrimonial ceremonies, funeral memorials, spiritually significant ceremonies and teach Wayist Spirituality.
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