- Imara is a channeled form of Reiki.
- It was channeled by Eyovah who developed it with the help of his brother Rialian.
- Imara basically means “more”, hence “more reiki”.
- If traditional Usui is levels one through three, then Karuna is level four, and Imara is level five on the Reiki scale.
- Imara is an intense form of Reiki with a slightly different feel.
- Once you are attuned to Imara it is simple to use the energy.
- Imara does not need symbols.
- Imara has an easy attunement process.
- Imara has a strong spiritual connection (ascended beings, angels, etc…)
- It is common for the giver, the reciever, or both to percieve information during healing sessions.
- Imara heals past life issues.
- Imara heals repressed issues (physical, emotional, spiritual trauma.)
- Imara heals issues not yet on the conscious mind which may be affecting you.
- Imara makes distance healing simplified and intensified.
Karuna System of Reiki
May your compassionate actions, as pure as gold, come back to you a thousand fold.
The Meaning of Karuna
- Karuna is a Sanskrit word that is used in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Zen.
- It is translated as any action that is taken to diminish the suffering of others.
- It may literally be translated as “compassionate action.”
- It is a logical extension of the idea of Oneness.
- Karuna must be accompanied by parjna (wisdom) in order to have the right effect.
- As you develop Karuna in yourself, not only are you helping others but you also become more receptive to the Karuna that is being sent by all enlightened beings, thus your own healing is quickened.
- Karuna opens you to work more closely with all enlightened beings, both those who are physically present and those who are present in spirit.
Takata System of Reiki
- The Takata system of Reiki refers to itself as Traditional Usui Reiki.
- Actual evidence indicates that the Takata System of Reiki departs in various ways from the system developed and taught by Mikao Usui.
- The Takata system remains a viable and powerful element of modern Reiki practice, containing tools such as attunements and symbols that are unique to Western Reiki practice and can enrich the overall practice of Reiki.
- Most of western Reiki practice is descended from the Takata system of Reiki, and refers to the Takata system as Usui Reiki, Levels 1 through 3a.