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Tibetan Master Attunement

There is only one attunement necessary for the Tibetan Master Level, but as with all the others levels… Prepare for the attunement process by mentally stating your intention for this to be a Tibetan Reiki Master initiation. Draw the Usui Master, Tibetan Master and Power symbols on the palms of each of your hands, and then draw the Power symbol down the front of your body to open yourself to the energy. Prepare the room in which you are carrying out the ceremony by standing in the center of the room. Draw out, in the air in front of you, a large Power Symbol and imagine it sinking into the wall directly in front of you... Repeat this for all the walls in the room and then do the same for the floor and ceiling. Place the chair you are using for the attunement process in such a position that it is easy to walk around it – a straight backed, upright chair is the most suitable. When you are ready to proceed, have the person you are attuning seat themselves comfortably in the chair and talk them through the whole process you are going to carry out… Show them how to put their hands together in the prayer position at the heart chakra, and how to move them above their head and back to the heart, when you squeeze their shoulder. Now, whilst intention is the most important element when passing on any traditional attunement, the following distinct breathing techniques are fundamental to the Tibetan initiation. Consequently, practicing these breath techniques prior to carrying out your first attunement is highly recommended. Okay then, here they are, along with the necessary physical requirements listed first… The Hui Yin point is held in contraction. The Hui Yin is the pressure point found at the perineum; it lies between the anus and the vagina in women and between the anus and the scrotum in men. Contracting the Hui Yin and holding it with comfort may take a little practice. Begin by contracting twenty times, and then holding as long as possible. Eventually it will be possible to close the Hui Yin simply by thinking it closed. (To contract the Hui Yin imagine that you are trying to suppress the need to pass wind).

The tip of the tongue is placed on the alveolar ridge which is the area of the mouth immediately above but not on the upper front teeth. And so to the breathing itself…

Kidney Breath:
This is the process of breathing the Raku energy into the body. The kidneys are one of two key energy centres in the body the other being the eyes. Focus above your crown and visualise a deep cobalt blue mist. Breathing through your mouth, inhale deeply, expanding your lower abdomen. Mentally direct the blue mist into your kidneys. Breathe out a white mist. This can be practised by placing the hands over the kidneys, and with each inhalation feel the hands lifting off; with every exhalation allow the hands to return to the body. After practising for a while the energy will be felt without having to use the hands.

Violet Breath:
Focus above your crown and visualise a white misty light. Breathing through your mouth, inhale deeply, expanding your lower abdomen. Mentally, see this white misty light enter your crown chakra and flow through your tongue, down the front of your body (Functional Channel), to collect at the Hui Yin point. Hold your breath and see the white light rise up your spine (Governor Channel) to the centre of your head. Imagine the white mist inside your head turning to blue and beginning to spin with a clockwise rotation. As it spins see it turn from Blue to Violet or Royal Purple. It may then turn to Gold automatically, but this is not a conscious part of this process, so don’t worry if it doesn’t happen for you. Within the Violet light visualise the Tibetan Master symbol and breathe this out. The Hui Yin contraction and the placing of the tongue to the alveolar ridge, is maintained for the duration of the whole attunement process and only released when the ceremony is complete. So, as you can see… you’ll need to practice… both the remembering and the application.

Now to the Tibetan Master attunement process itself. Working from behind the student, draw the Fire Serpent symbol from the top of the initiate’s head to the base of the spine. Remain behind the student, and place both hands over the top of the student’s head, to gain rapport and tune in. Take three blue Kidney Breaths, and create the Violet Breath. Use the Violet Breath to transfer the Tibetan Master symbol from your brain to the initiate; visualise the symbol moving through their crown chakra to lodge at the base of the brain. As you do this silently chant the sacred name of the symbol three times: once each at the crown chakra, the third eye chakra and at the cerebral cortex. Squeeze the student’s left shoulder, with your dominant hand, as a signal to raise the hands to the top of the head. Hold the student’s hands with your non-dominant hand and draw the Tibetan Master Symbol in the air above them with your free hand. Picture the symbol moving into the hands, through the crown chakra to the base of the brain. As you follow it on its journey, silently chant the sacred name of the symbol three times. Once each at the fingertips, the crown chakra and at the cerebral cortex. Repeat the previous step using the Fire Serpent Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Usui Master Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Power Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Distance Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Mental/Emotional Symbol. Return the student’s hands to the original position at the heart. Move to the front of the student and open the student’s hands out flat, with your non-dominant hand held underneath. Trace the Tibetan Master Symbol in front of the student’s third eye, with your free hand, and imagine shooting the symbol into the student’s third eye using your fire finger. Silently chant the sacred name of the symbol three times, in time with the shooting motion, and visualise the symbol moving into the student’s third eye. Repeat the previous step using the Fire Serpent Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Usui Master Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Power Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Distance Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Mental/Emotional Symbol. Trace the Tibetan Master Symbol above each of the student’s palms. Picture the symbol moving into each hand as you silently chant the sacred name three times, whilst using a tapping motion to the palm chakras to drive the symbol into the hands. Repeat the previous step using the Fire Serpent Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Usui Master Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Power Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Distance Symbol. Repeat the previous step using the Mental/Emotional Symbol. Replace the student’s hands together in front of the heart then blow. Move the breath from the student’s hands, downwards to the

solar plexus, then upwards through the hands to the crown chakra, back down through the hands to the solar plexus, and then back to the hands. Move behind the student and place your hands on the student’s shoulders. Look down through the crown chakra to the student’s heart chakra, and make a positive affirmation [eg. You are now a confident and successful Reiki Master.] State the affirmation silently three times and intend that it be accepted by the student’s subconscious mind. Place your thumbs at the base of the student’s skull and say silently to yourself, “I now seal this process with Divine Love and Wisdom”. Picture a door with the Power Symbol on it being closed and locked. Intend that the process is complete and that the student is now connected directly to the Reiki source. Place your hands on the student’s shoulders and say silently to yourself, “We are both blessed by this process”. Move to the front of the student, remove the hands from the heart position, and lay them palms down on the student’s thighs. In the case of a group attunement this step is left until all the students have been attuned. Ask your student/s to now open their eyes, and congratulate them on becoming a Tibetan Reiki Master.

As with all attunements a period of settling into the energy may be experienced after the initiation, so advise the person to run the Reiki on a daily basis… they’ll find it to be most helpful. Ask them to drink plenty of water too as it will assist the process, and also help minimise discomfort if their body feels the need to dispel any toxins.