Cristiana Eltrayan, facilitator of the course, traveled throughout the world attending workshops and conferences on the subject, studied and practiced the methods of feeding and healing with light in the last 9 years and created several information and education projects on the subject : Pranic Consciousness Summit, an online platform where over 29 specialists in the field hold conferences on pranic nutrition; Pranic Festival in Romania, a meeting of the 3rd edition that co-opted speakers from all over the world who specialize in this practice, and the Darkroom Retreat and The Pranic World Book, explaining their own experiences and research on the subject.
Currently, Cristiana holds conferences and therapeutic sessions on prana nurishment and healing in several countries around the world and is helping people interested in understanding this paradigm. See her full biography here.
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Even though Mary Magdalene has been given the reputation of having been a repentant prostitute or loose woman, these claims are not supported by the canonical gospels where the sinner is actually unnamed and there’s not a clear reference to Mary Magdalene.
The legend said that after her group arrived in France by boat, Mary settled in a cave in the mountain – which was difficult to access – where she lived for 30 years until she died. Since the 5th century, pilgrims from all around the world gather here to pray her and honor what’s believed to be some of her remains: a bone and a tress, kept in what it is now a Dominican convent constructed in 1279 into the cave. There we find a shrine and see a sarcophagus made of marble that was proclaimed to be the tomb of Mary Magdalene. The 1st century tomb was uncovered in the year 1279 during excavations of the crypt beneath a small church in St. Maximin in France. The leader of the excavation was Charles II, the Count of Provence, who claimed he was spurred to do so by a dream in which Saint Mary Magdalene appeared to him.They say that a “wonderful and very sweet smell” was noted by people there when the sarcophagus was opened. They believed the smell was symbolic of the perfume Mary Magdalene poured on Jesus’/Emmanuel’s feet before his death. Upon discovery of the tomb, Charles II built a grand basilica in place of the old church