Chakra and Aura Healing

Even though this past year has been a whirlwind, I’m extremely grateful to have been able to complete two of my certifications: Chakra and Aura Healing and Reiki Level One. When the idea of Be-khudi was first conceived I never saw myself learning much beyond mindfulness and meditation. But life works in mysterious ways and now I can see Be-khudi ready to amalgamate multiple healing practices and philosophies, especially from rich South Asian traditions. ⠀

I have been totally awe-struck by the knowledge these ancient practices possess of the human condition. I feel deeply moved with the wisdom and the mystery. And I find it alarming that although this knowledge is so old, it is lost to most of us – even though it belongs to our own geography. ⠀

As I began learning, the first step was obvious – to start healing myself and family. I realized fascinating new things, and I eventually designed my own Chakra Assessment Test which helps me in my analysis, and healing. Although this is a new journey I am looking forward to slowly (but surely) commencing one-on-one, in-person Chakra Healing and Meditation sessions.⠀

In the next few posts we will be sharing some vital information about the Chakra System and its significance in our lives. ⠀

Stay tuned for the next part of this journey that we embark upon together 😊. ⠀

May Peace be yours,⠀


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This is neat - alumni from AKU-ISMC have set up an Urdu-English meditation platform to help people cope with the crisis of uncertainty and lockdown. We make a big deal about training future leaders in AKU-ISMC and sometimes that means people who have obvious positions of authority, like politicians, diplomats, scholars or entrepreneurs, but sometimes it means taking a lead in more personal capacities to try and make things better for others.

I'm truly impressed and humbled by Tehmina Mansoor and Zohaib Zuby. They are definitely demonstrating the kind of leadership that makes me proud to be part of AKU.

Dr. Stephen Lyon

Professor of Anthropology and Head of Educational Programmes at the ISMC, Aga Khan University,

London, United Kingdom