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Godai Reiki (1 – 5 Levels attunements)

Founded by Maria João Sereno (Brigitt)

(VMG Mahanada Dhyanadhara)

One may encounter two kinds of five elements philosophy in Japan. One is called, in Japanese, gogyō, having its backgrounds in the Chinese five elements, and the other is called godai. Godai is usually regarded as a Buddhism term in Japan, with certain influences from Hinduism.
The five elements are, in ascending order of power, Earth, Fire, Air, Water, Void. This last is usually translated as “void” when referring to the elements, but refers to “sky” in most other contexts, and is therefore sometimes translated as “Heaven”. Sometimes a sixth element is added, representing Consciousness, or shiki.

Godai Reiki will help you with

 Powerful healing physical, mentally and emotional
 Spiritual enlightenment 
 Cleanses and balances all the chakras 
 Clears the negative energies 
 Strengthen bones, muscles and tissues
 Be peaceful
 Be focus
 Remove stress, fear, anger, envy…
 Relate harmoniously
 and much more…


Caia Caecilia – The Roman Goddess of Fire, Hearth, Healing & Women

Founded by

Maria João Sereno (Brigitt)

(Mahanada Dhyanadhara)

Caia Caecilia, also called Gaia Caecilia, is a Roman Goddess of Fire, the Hearth, Healing and Women. Two seperate, though ultimately linked, Goddesses were known as Caia: Caia Taracia, and Caia Caecilia, also known as Tanaquil, an early Roman Queen (though some said Caia Caecilia referred to Tanaquil’s deified daughter-in-law, rather than Tanaquil herself). Caia Taracia was a Vestal Virgin who was remembered for having given a large amount of land to the city of Rome; much like Acca Larentia, She was honored for the gift after Her death, and a statue was dedicated to Her. There is evidence that the stories of Acca Larentia and Caia Taracia are from the same root-one of the territories (ager) given by Acca Larentia to Rome was called the Ager Turax, and “Turax” is a version of “Taracia”.

The energy of Goddess Caia Caecilia help you with:

  •     Protection
  •     Healing
  •     Power
  •     Fire
  •     Happiness
  •     Intelligence
  •     Arts of augury and prophecy
  •     Medicine
  •     Mathematics
  •     Ambitions
  •     Grace
  •     Sensuality
  •     Be strong and confident
  •     Wedding ceremonies
  •     Blessings over marriages and brides
  •     And more…

Brighid – Celtic Goddess of Fire

Founded By

Maria João Sereno (Brigitt)

(Mahanada Dhynadhara)

Brighid also known as Brigit, Bride, Briget, Briid Brigid, Bhride, Bride, Briga, Brigantia is very popular goddess in Ireland, worshiped in all territories where the Celts settled. Lady of the Sabbat of Imbolq.

Her names mean, variously, “The Exalted One” (“Briganda”) and “Fiery Arrow” (Breo-Saighit “or” Breo-Agit “).

The word “Brig” in Irish archaic Irish means strength, power. Some philosophers, this correlation may be behind the existence of the existence of the warriors called Brigands or “soldiers of Brighid.”

The Energy of Brighid helps with:

  • Protection;
  • Fertility;
  • Protection at Birth;
  • Love;
  • Arts and Womens Crafts;
  • Healing;
  • Inspiration;
  • Poetry;
  • Learning
  • Prophecies and Divination;
  • The Hiden Wisdom;
  • Witchcraft;
  • Livestock;
  • Domestic Arts;
  • Martial Arts;
  • Writing Art;
  • Forge Art;
  • Abundance;
  • and much more…