8 Traditional Healing – touchpoints

Touch

massage, reflexology

energyWoRK

reiki / aura soma colour care
zodiac and crystal healing

Relaxation

meditation, breathing, visualisation & journeying

Community

Vuka Projects
#growingtogether
Nguni Indigenous Food

Gogo nomvuka Traditional Healing

traditional igqirha training
entity cleansing and blessings
private consultation

 

letting go

spiritual heart counselling

PROGRAMMING

healing workshops
online sessions and talks
transkei retreats

 

Healer’s Oath

As a Spiritual Healer, I pledge that I will not in any manner or at any time abuse the responsibility entrusted to me. I will endeavour at all times to live a life which is worthy of that trust. I will use my God-given gift to the very best of my ability to alleviate suffering in the service of humanity without seeking acclaim. I will not permit consideration of religion, nationality, race, politics or social standing to intervene between my duty and my client. I will not criticise other healers. As a channel for the power and the love of God, I understand that this power and love will be directed through me to where it is most needed. Thus, I will not in any way interfere with medical treatment and will work in co-operation with my fellow healers. I will use my gift with conscience and dignity and the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health of my client shall be my first consideration at all times.

Whatsoever house I enter, there will I go for the benefit of the sick, refraining from all wrongdoing or corruption. Whatsoever things see or hear concerning the lift of men and women in my attendance on the sick, or even apart there-from, which ought not to be noised abroad. I will keep silence thereon, counting such things to be as sacred secrets. Pure will I keep my life and my healing art.

 

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