Opening Your Ka Channels Intensive
August 1-12, 2018 (11 days)
Mount Shasta, California
This will be a multidisciplinary, experiential Intensive that will focus primarily on the practice of skills necessary to locate, clear, further activate and open the 16 Ka Channels. The Ka channels pull energy from our multidimensional, holographic selves into our physical bodies. The clearing and further activation of the Ka channels offers a multitude of potentially life changing benefits as well as the opportunity for greater embodiment of the Higher Self.
Each participant in this intensive will have their personal Ka channels cleared, further activated and opened as well as learning how to perform this gentle, beautiful, elegant procedure on and for others.
The Ka is the “divine double” which serves as the interface between our human body and our higher-dimensional holographic self. The Ka body is comprised of a vast circuitry with 16 primary meridian-like activation lines.
Each of these meridians has multiple, specific, activation points, that when fully functional pull in the Ka energy from our own Higher Selves. This Ka energy is comprised of light and sound frequencies from our ninth-dimensional
selves down-stepped to our third-dimensional selves via the Ka body.
Required reading, The Pleiadian Workbook Awakening You Divine Ka by Amorah Quan Yin:
For explanation of Lightbody and Ka Channels, view our Videos Here.
This intensive will begin on August 12 and end in the morning of August 26.
The average class time will be approximately 6 hours each day.
There will be several full days off as well as half days off for integration during the intensive.
The Intensive fee: $2,250.00
Deposit of $750 will hold your space, with balance due by June 30, 2018Register Now
Food, Lodging and Transportation
Meals and lodging are not included in the program. There are many local hotels and motels, as well as Airbnb accommodations.
Transportation is on your own, either driving or flying in.
The nearest airports are Medford, Oregon (approx. 1.5 hours north) and Redding, California (approx. 1 hour south). You will need to rent a car of find transportation from the airport to Mount Shasta.