Reiki Master/Teacher M Akram Khan in Lahore, Pakistan
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Hospitality and Guest Treatment

History tells us that in olden days people used to be very hospitable and used to care for the guest as much as they could. In tribal life hospitality used to be part of their culture. Arabian tribes were especially known to be very hospitable. In tribal areas of Pakistan, it is still a part of their unwritten traditions. The guests are offered the best possible food and comfort for as long they stay there. Certain tribes go to the extent that even if their enemy suddenly drops in, he is given full honor and respect of a guest ... read more

Good Personality

Everyone wants not only to be popular, respected and peaceful but also known as trustworthy. The desire if fine but these things do not come automatically. One has to consciously and continuously work for it. I am sure you already know how to go about, yet, just as reminder here are few simple to understand but extremely powerful keys that can earn you the reputation of a good human being ... read more

Reiki is Simple Healing System

Lot of people all over the world feel impressed by complicated procedures. It is not necessary that if the procedure is complicated or mysterious it would definitely give better results. In fact it is the other way around. If the procedure is complicated, the practitioner is very likely to mix up and make mistakes. Reiki practice is very simple, as simple as you can think of. There are no complications at all ... read more

Becoming a good Reiki healer

Regular use of Reiki cleanses and widens the energy channels, which enables them to carry larger amounts of energy. This is what a Reiki healer should have but it does not automatically come with attunements. One must use the energy or else it would be like buying a medicine but not taking it as advised by the doctor. If do not yet understand what precisely it is, you can still use it successfully and become a good Reiki healer. It is very simple ... read more

From Cry to Silence

Birth and death are two ends of life, the two extremes. One end is the beginning and other end is the end. During lifetime, the person strives and struggles to achieve self-decided goals. He looks after his health and does everything within his means to live as long as possible but finally, no matter what he does, one day he reaches the other end of the life, the death, the silence. We all know that one day we will die, everyone does, yet we keep the other end of life at the back of our mind and live as if we will never die ... read more

Bird Shooting for Pleasure

Birds and animals are also living beings and part of our life. All of them deserve and need our love and kind attention. We should not restrict our kindness to just our families, friends and pets. If you can sense the spirit behind this article and perceive what I am trying to say, don’t shoot the animals. If you are a hunter, please put down your gun because this is no entertainment ... read more

Reiki: A Serious Healing Modality

Reiki is not a pass-time hobby. It is a serious healing modality that aims at healing and personal development. It also deepens one’s awareness about life and people sometimes undergo even spiritual experiences with it. It is frequently used to heal ailments, reduce stress level and improve relationships, which definitely is something not to be taken casually ... read more

Friendship and Mutual Respect Vs Prejudice

I visited Louisville KY in last week of August 2015 and met many people at private and public places. Some of them asked questions about Islam, Pakistani culture and customs etc. but without even a trace of prejudice, hatred or suspicion; that was just for information. My religion was not an issue for them and similarly their religion did not bother me. My eating habits were different to theirs but they took special care to avoid what my religion does not allow me to eat or drink ... read more

Likes, Dislikes and Ethics

Everyone around us has his or her own individual thought pattern, which might not always be very palatable for us. It is not mandatory for any of us to agree or disagree with everyone or anyone. People have their own priorities and they work for their cause whatever that might be while we work for ours. In case of disagreement, one need not feel provoked to unleash a stream of unhealthy criticism. Unfortunately, at times people become bitter ... read more