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Ajna [aːɟɲaː]: आज्ञा, meaning third-eye-chakra in Sanskrit is the seat of inner wisdom where our own yin + yang/ moon + sun/ spiritual + physical energies unite. Pura means purity and in Sanscrit it means 'city.' In Balinese Hinduism in Indonesia, pura is a temple and a place of worship.
Ajna Pura was born as my prayer to create a temple of healing and to create more peace in the world. In each session, I intend to support re-aligning each client with their highest truth and guide them back to their divine power.
I have great love and passion for art, healing and magic.
I believe in our god given powers of spirituality and creativity.
In such big transitional times we live now, I believe those forces can be our collective saviors and guides. Tarot and astrology are the tools that I use everyday to keep me grounded in the world of mystery. I have been reading cards for over 10 years now and I use these tools to receive + give guidance. They help us understand both our places in the eternity and in our lives here on Earth.
I come from a family of Shingon Buddhism in Japan, which is one of the few surviving Vajrayana lineages in East Asia. My spiritual journey started to deepen when Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008, when I completed my first 200hr yoga teacher training and took my first Reiki training in 2009. I have been teaching yoga since then, and I have become a certified Reiki master/ teacher trained both in US and Japan. I graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2019 and I am currently offering individual healing sessions as a licensed acupuncturist and as a licensed massage therapist incorporating many different healing modalities I have studied for over a decade. In 2021, I have completed an Ericksonian hypnosis practitioner training and I incorporate hypnosis and guided meditation also to bring some deep changes in the mind.
I believes we are all artists, healers and magic holders who hold infinite potential and power.
We came from a mystery created by the ultimate creator of the universe, and I dedicate my work to this mystery, to the divine unknown.
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