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(PnT) Unit 1

We learn: Anatomy of the Soul Body; Introduction to Soul Minds; Metaphysics and Physics of Energy; Wayism; Anatomy & Physiology intro.; Glossary.

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chakras our soul minds

(PnT) Unit 2

Unit 2 studies the tendencies of our bio-energies (doshas) and we take an in-depth study of how our spiritual minds (chakras) and their integrations with the physical body (dhamani) affect wellness. We study the 7 major chakras and the 12 dhamani intensively. 

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(PnT) Unit 4

Unit 4 concentrates on the theory of using as healing tools the frequencies of energies as experienced in plant extracts, during meditations and from our healing hands.
We learn the theory of meditation and prepare for our certification as Meditation Instructor.
We develop professionalism by writing public blog posts about pneumatherapy.
We learn the theory behind the various therapies used in pneumatherapy.

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(PnT) Introduction

Introduction to the concepts, philosophy and science behind pneumatherapy. Also an overview of the studies, learning process and curriculum.

Learn about course duration, tuition fees, income potential of a Pneumatherapist, financial assistance, ashram studies, the International Association of Pneumapathy,  Internship, metaphysics, quantum physics, spirituality, and more.

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(PnT) Unit 3

We learn the theories of the bio-zones, the Haras, and how to use the Haras in spiritual energy diagnosis.

Haras are zones where we can detect the effects of spiritual energies as they merge with the physical and mental aspects of the holistic human being. We can detect when a chakra and its associated dhamani is under or over stimulated.

We  continue our studies in Anatomy and Physiology and the relations of the organic body and the subtle body.

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(PnT) Unit 5

We learn the theory behind the Know Your KarmaTM test and analyses. We learn counselling theory and how to assess and interpret chakra energies and analyze it.

We learn about marma points, marma therapy and the all important dhatri techniques, in theory.

By the time we arrive for practicum, we will have all the theory to immediately start to learn the hands-on skills. The Practicum is followed by Internship. All skills are taught, tested and honed during this time.

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(PnT) Unit 7 – PRACTICUM

Practicums are field experiences that allow a student to observe and document how working professionals perform their job responsibilities.

Students will also participate to a limited extent in performing tasks under supervision by program professors and on-site staff. Concurrently, students enroll in a course which outlines the expectations and requirements of the practicum.

Skills training, hands-on, counseling, bedside and spiritual energy generating and healing skills are transferred. How to prepare entheogens, meditation training, all practical skills in terms of technique.

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Compared to practicums, internships take on the characteristics of a real job focusing on independent application of skills and knowledge in the workplace setting.

Students are placed with on-site professionals who manage their workload and oversee their performance as in an actual employment setting.

Additionally, program instructors monitor every case and meet with the student during the internship to evaluate their progress and performance.

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Introduction to Wayism

Overview of Wayism as a philosophy, lifestyle, spiritual practice and mystical personal religion

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This unit helps the student to prepare for the exams. The unit ends with taking of the exams. 
There are two main exam units, the Online Theoretical Exam and the Pre-Practicum Exam.

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This Unit takes you through the steps to Licensing. All of this happens at your place of Internship. You will have access to your Practitioner Portal on the IAP website  where you will record your client files, generate reports, consult symptom/cause/treatment database, know your karma and more. This is the very end in the process of becoming a Certified Pneumatherapist. You have earned the designation (PnT).

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Bachelor of Divinity degree

(CMI) Certified Meditation Instructor

There are several techniques of meditation for different purposes and the techniques vary from one spiritual tradition to the next.

A Yoga teacher who knows nothing about meditation will tell her class to sit in half-lotus, close your eyes and blank your mind.

The Certified Meditation Instructor is learned and practised in the different types and techniques of meditation. She will study your requirements and purpose, then guide you to the style best suited for your personality, needs, lifestyle and environment.

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Karman Active Meditation

Karman Active Meditation is a body, mind and soul maintenance regime.

This Wayist meditation is what Bodhidharma taught the Shaolin monks, from where they developed their martial art version of this ancient meditation.

Time: 60 hours

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Master of Pneumatherapy degree

Masters in Pneumatherapy (PnM)

The purpose of a Masters in Pneumatherapy is to illustrate your in-depth knowledge of various aspects of Pneumatherapy. A Masters in Pneumatherapy prepares one to teach pneumatherapy, and is often required for this purpose.

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Master of Pneumatherapy degree

Doctor of Pneumatherapy (Pn.D)

Purpose: The purpose of a Doctorate in Pneumatherapy (Pn.D) is either to illustrate your in-depth knowledge of a particular aspect of Pneumapathy by original research, or make a ‘unique contribution’ to the field. Unique contribution: The ‘unique contribution’ of Pn.D can be to flesh out a concept, or describe a concept, that has not been done before. It can be to do research to defend a new or previously stated but undefended hypothesis. It can be to contribute a body of work that will help schools to train students.

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Bachelor of Divinity degree

Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv) degree

Bachelor of Divinity (BDiv) degrees from Prajnaparamita School of Divinity is awarded after  completion of 600 hours of online studies, exams and papers. This is equivalent to the time spent on a secular Bachelor of Arts degree, but we are a self-paced program. If credits are transferred from another institution or program (such as Pneumatherapy), at least 200 hours of study must be completed in the BDiv program. Credits from other institutions are typically awarded for some of the hours spent on religious studies, world religions, philosophy of religion, pneumatherapy, Buddhist studies, Hindu studies, Daoist studies, Yogi Philosophy, Biblical studies, Sanskrit, Koine Greek.

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Masters of Divinity degree

Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree

Master of Divinity (MDiv or M.Div) degree is awarded as the first professional degree in Divinity. You will need this degree to teach the spiritual tradition and instruct aspirants in the various aspects of spirituality on this Path. Master of Divinity typically are ordained by Wayism International in one or more roles within the devotional community. Those who hold Wayist Master of Divinity train and teach devotees not only in theology and metaphysical laws but also different meditation styles, different sub-paths best suited for the individual (read upaya), and act as lifestyle coach, relationship guidance, and more.

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Doctor of Divinity (DDiv) degree

Doctor of Divinity (DDiv; Latin: Doctor Divinitatis) is an advanced or honorary academic degree in divinity. Some institutions use the abbreviation of the designation (DD) or (PhD) for the same. Prajnaparamita School confers the Doctorate of Divinity (DDiv) degree to spiritual scholars of the divine arts who have satisfied the requirements. Doctor of Divinity (DDiv), by definition, is absorbed in spirituality, putting to practice the divine art of living, and transformation of the human as it advances the mystical wisdom of the spirit. In comparison with Master of Divinity that has to illustrate mastery of the subject matter at hand., Doctor of Divinity typically makes unique contributions, adding to the body of knowledge. Doctor of Divinity (DDiv) is not the same as Doctor of Theology (ThD), which is a research degree awarded by academic institutions. Doctor of Theology studies are by definition not necessarily involved in spirituality, putting in practice the divine arts of living, and transformation of the human as it advances the mystical wisdom of the spirit, which is what the Doctor of Divinity is by definition.

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