Reiki The Japanese Art of Healing Understanding Chakras while Practicing Reiki
This is Eileen Dey on behalf of Expert Villageandthis segment we'll talk about understanding the Chakras. Chakras are a Hindu term thatrefer to the concept of the wheel. In ancient India sages were able to look into the energyfield of an individual and see wheelsmotion. These are our energy centers through whichReiki, Chi, Prana flow. And as a Reiki practitioner one becomes aware of these centers. Thesecenters have different sounds, these centers have different colors. So the combinationof sound healing and color healing also effect the subtle energy system. In the next segmentwe'll cover the topic of the levels of Reiki.
COMPLETE BODY HEALING RELAXED version Guided Meditation
Make yourself comfortable, sit or lie down,make sure you will not be interrupted. If you have time, make your space pleasingto you, letsome fresh air, maybe use some essential oils to add another sensory experience. Grab a comfortable cushion or your favouriteblanket; you could even do this meditation while taking a hot, relaxing bath. If you tend to fall asleep during meditationslying down and want to stay awake, I would recommend to sit up comfortably. The key to this meditational healing is toindulgerelaxation, selflove and care.
Everythingthis world is energy, solid,dense, invisible or light, perceived with eyes, skin or ears, it is all energy. Our thoughts and feelings are also energy. This Universe is an inclusion based Universe,which means that like attracts like and all what we feel and think about gets includedinto our reality. The more we feel and think about whether itis good or bad the more evidence then we will findour reality to confirm our feelingsand thoughts. s you sit or lie down start to relax yourlegs and shoulders, focus on softening, getting
as soft as you can and listen to the pulland force of gravity which will help you bring so much ease into your body. The force of gravity is grounding you downand this has such an amazing relaxing and strengthening effect on your body. Feeling gravity lets you fall into more parasympatheticnervous system, therefore you can staya more calm state during this guided meditation. So take a big breath into your belly and tryto inflate the back of your waist as you breathe in.
Feel the breath go down all the way to thepelvic floor and relax your jaw and as you exhale, exhale out of your mouth, and as youexhale completely at the end of your breath, op your bones, make them even heavier. (breatheand out)Begin to just comb through your body with breath and put your focus primarily at theend of each exhale and allow each exhale to make your body even more relaxed, really anchoredand more expanded, like a puddle growing bigger. (breatheand out)When you become really relaxed your quality of listening alters.
It's not a surface kind of listening, it'sa whole body listening and this is what you want to tap into as we move through differentparts of body throughout this meditation. (breatheand out)Take another big breath into your belly, breathe into your organs and ench it with your breath. Breathe into the upper cavity of your chest,breathe into the base of your shoulder blades, then your armpits and now a make a reallybig breath out out of your mouth and op all of your tissues heavy onto the Earth. Keep your jaw soft and face spacious, thiscreates a space for potential and positive
experience inside and outside of your body. (breatheand out)Please make the following intention for this meditation: My intention is to be solutionorientated and appreciative human being who is aligned to all potential that is availablewithin me. Your body is like invariable chemical laboratoryand more than that it is like an electric circuit board; an electric circuit board ofthoughts which forms your body's state of being and shape. Your body is a mirror of your thoughts, feelingsand inner dialogue.
The Energy Departments Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Request
OK, let's go ahead and get started. My nameis Joseph Hezir and I'm the chief financial officer here at the Department of Energy,and on behalf of the department want to welcome all of you this afternoon to our presentationon the FY 2016 budget. About a year ago at this time, under the directionof Secretary Moniz, we released a new strategic plan to kind of guide our policies and ourprograms over the next few years. And just about two months ago, we were fortunate enoughto receive a fullyear appropriation from Congress for the current fiscal year. So,combining those two things, now we really have a really solid base on which to planthe FY 2016 budget.
And we are now about two years into the tenureof Secretary Moniz, and so many of the new directions that he set since he came intooffice are now really beginning to take form. And so on today's presentation, the secretarywill be reflecting on some examples of where we are making progress, as well as outliningour plans and priorities for the FY 2016 budget. So let me turn it over to the secretary tolead the briefing. Thank you. Thank you, Joe. And welcome for this summary, at least, ofthe â€“ of our budget submission. Let's see, this works here. Great.
So the first thing I wanted to just emphasizeis a reminder â€“ I think everyonethis room is probably familiar with our variousmissions: Our nuclear security mission, which you can seethere is at nearly $13 billionfor the request, from the nuclear deterrent to controlling nuclear materials to supportingthe nuclear Navy. Then, of course, our major missionsscienceand energy. This year the request will be nearly $11 billion. Obviously, supportingthe President's Climate Action Plan, moving to a lowcarbon future is a very importantpart of that. I'll be saying more about these, of course. But also there's a reallyheightened focus on the issues of energy infrastructure
and resilience against a variety of threats. And we continue to, I think, hopefully executesuccessfully our responsibilityterms of being a major supporter of basic research,and most especially being kind of a backbone for the country's physical science researchinfrastructure. Environmental management, another â€“ our third â€“ our third majormission area, to clean up the Cold War legacy, as you can see, nearly $6 billion there. AndI'd saythese â€“ each of these three areas is under the leadership of a differentundersecretarythe â€“the reorganization that we made about a yearandahalf ago.
I will just add one thing to this slide interms of kind of a mission focus, and that is an evolving mission focus around emergencyresponse. Of course, we've had that for a long timethe nuclear arena â€“ nuclearincidents, radiological events, should they occur â€“ but now, increasingly, a focus onenergy infrastructure under FEMA, having responsibilities there. And while those numbers aretheMs, not the Bs, but we will, for example, be seeking an increase, for example,theOffice of Electricity's response function from 6 (million dollars) to $14 million. The â€“ oh, I'm sorry. And the pie chartis here. As you can see, the numbers that
we just said plus the other, which is a varietyof smaller programs adding up to about $700 million, I would just note that although it'snot quite the same thing as those slices of the pie, the defense budget â€“ our socalled050 budget â€“ is $18.9 billion out of the 29.9 (billion dollars). So 63 percent of thebudget isthe national defense egory. Let me turn now to some of the specific areas.I will â€“ I won't go through these slides word for word or not necessarily eventhesame order. But just to say that, OK, if we start out by looking at the science effort,the â€“ one of the themes, for example, is that budgets have been perhaps a little bittight, but we continue to and will continue