Frequently Asked Questions about The Munay Ki
I keep being asked certain questions about the Munay Ki by people who are really drawn to being given them so I thought it would be helpful to share the FAQ’s and answers on this page for others as well …
Do these rites belong to any religion?
Will these rites make me a Shaman?
How do I prepare for the rites?
Why do you advise keeping other treatments/workshops to a minimum?
How quickly can I give the rites to others?
It took me two years of working with the rites, I also received them twice from my mentor and spent months researching and compiling my own notes before I felt ready to pass them on. I wanted to understand them fully and deeply myself because whether you are giving or receiving them they strengthen in you – which often means more situations come up in your life for healing. Any form of energy work requires deep connection, honouring and protection … without that you are putting your own well-being (and that of other people) at risk. There are a lot of energy workers that can make people feel amazing for a few days, or maybe a week or two … but because the logical groundwork hasn’t been done the effects are (at best) short lived. The best way to approach the Munay Ki is to learn it and live it for yourself first … I got very clear signs when it was time for me to begin giving them.
Do you offer any more mentoring on how to gift the rites?
Yes I do, to find out more about a weekend workshop I run to help people feel confident with gifting and re-gifting, click here. This workshop is not compulsory and is offered as an optional extra if recipients feel they need it.
Why do you only run workshops for two people at a time?
Energy and emotion can get easily entangled and disrupted (especially in larger groups.) Sometimes this isn’t noticed on the day itself but in the weeks and months after so it was really important to me to be responsible about that.
Why are Serpent, Jaguar, Hummingbird and Eagle (in the pictures above) relevant?
Good question, you’ll find out when you start your Munay Ki journey … and trust me you’ll never perceive your life in quite the same way again.