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In Maji's Words

"I have no power of my own. My gift is simply that I have always listened for God's Voice. Interior listening, aided by years of meditation, has grown to attunement to the Divine. A saint once said, as we pray we are singing to God, and when we meditate, we are listening as God sings to us. God is the Power that does all. God has given a Healing Angel who is always present at my healing sessions. I am simply an anointed participant with those connected to the Divine Source, God, to bring His will to you in the form of direction and healing." Maji

Background

Even as a child Maji expressed a unique spiritual quality. After years of spiritual searching, she found her teacher, Sri Swami Satchidananda. Initiated as a devotee of Sri Swami Satchidananda Maharaj, she received her name Maji, meaning Revered Mother.

Maji practices Bhakti and Raja Yoga, the spiritual path of a Yogi. Bhakti Yoga is the love and devotion to the Divine and is practiced through loving action. Raja Yoga is the heartfelt embrace of the teachings and is the path of concentration and meditation.

Maji is trained as a rebirther. Using a breathing technique, an individual can return to and re-experience birth while removing traumas that may have lodged within the physical and emotional bodies.

Reiki

While caring for A.I.D.S. patients, Maji discovered that, due to their weakened physical condition, Reiki was the optimum technique for them. Through experience and training, Maji has achieved the Master level of Reiki. Reiki is the natural healing art performed by simply laying on the hands. Channeled Energy flows to the points where it is most needed. Both the receiver and the practitioner experience a deep relaxation and a profound feeling of well-being.

Healing Circle

Because of her naturally motherly, safe and nurturing presence, Maji was the first woman permitted to join the A.I.D.S. Healing Circle support group in Dallas. From this experience at the Dallas Healing Circle, Maji began her at-home service to aid those who are ill and dying.

Maji continues to study the lives of many great spiritual teachers. This practice provides a sense of joyfulness and lightness resulting in a profound sensitivity to her ability to touch those in need.