The Rites of the Munay-Ki
Munay means love. Ki means power.
Judy offers Gifting Groups for people to receive the Rites of the Munay-Ki. The group occurs usually twice a year. Please contact Judy by email: email@example.com to receive information about the next group date. During the month the group runs it is listed on the Programs Page on this website. The Rites are given in three gatherings, and are accompanied by sacred fire ceremony. The Rites are fed by fire (candlelight) to grow the seeds that have been given.
The Rites of the Munay-Ki transform and upgrade your luminous energy field. They are energetic transmissions that heal the wounds of the past-your karmic & genetic inheritance. They re-inform your DNA, enabling you to grow a new body-one that ages, heals, and dies differently. The Munay-Ki is your invitation to dream an entire new world into being.
Judy is a Munay-Ki graduate and offers these rites free for individuals in ceremonial groups who join together to receive the nine Rites over a period of weeks.
The Rites of the Munay-Ki
Rite One: Healers Rite; so everyone you touch is blessed
Rite Two: Bands of Power and Protection: walk this earth in fullness of your personal power
Rite Three: Harmony Rite: receive the 7 Archetypes into the chakras, including three archangles
Rite Four: Seer’s Rite: awakens your inner seer
Rite Five: Daykeeper’s Rite: Step beyond fear and practice peace
Rite Six: Wisdomkeeper’s Rite: Step outside of time and taste infinity
Rite Seven: Earthkeeper’s Rite: connects you to the stars and sun
Rite Eight: Starkeeper’s Rite: Your body becomes luminous
Rite Nine: Creator Rite: Be in stewardship for all creation
Rite Thirteen: Rite of the Womb: Release the womb from fear and pain, and heal the womb of earth
As you work with these rites you'll be touched and blessed by angels. You simply need to open yourself to the wisdom of the Earthkeepers, and all will be bestowed upon you.
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The Munay-Ki comes from a Quechua word that means 'I love you.' The Munay-Ki are rites of initiation to become a person of wisdom and power who has accepted the stewardship for all creation. The rites are common to all shamanic traditions, even though they are expressed in different forms and styles in various cultures. They derive from the great initiations from the Hindus Valley that were brought to the Americas by the first medicine men and women who crossed the Baring Straits from Siberia during the glacial period some 30,000 years ago. These courageous travelers were the Earthkeepers of old.