Mind, Body & Spirit, The Trilogy of Life


Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times

Seichim (Saysheem) comes from the Egyptian word Sekhem (Saykimewhich translated into English means “The Power of Powers”.

Seichim is ancient and sacred. It is an advanced form of hands-on healing having sounds and symbols and it is said

Seichim is the parent energy of all hands on healing systems.

It is believed that Seichim originates from Atlantean times.

However, in a more traceable for it can be shown that Seichim was practiced by the Mayan civilisation in South America before being introduced to Egypt.

In Egypt it was translated and transcribed from Hieroglyphics by the Shin Yon Buddhists of that time and taken back to India and Japan.  There was a renaissance in Southern India with many races sharing wisdom, knowledge and healing practices.  Around this time Mongolians Hordes descended upon and conquered the area.  Many fled and retreated to the Mountains of Tibet before moving on to China, Japan and other parts of the world including Australia and the Polynesian Islands

Although ancient in its essence, in modern terms Seichim can be regarded as new and exciting.

Seichim is much more than simply a hands on healing technique.  Seichim is an advanced form of telepathically directed “healing” and leads to greater unfolding and understanding of your spiritual self.  The great spiritual and religious teachers throughout history have spoken about the importance of “Love”.

Seichim is unconditional love in action

Seichim is Yin energy


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