Therapeutic healing through Reiki, Shin-do and other Tibetan Healing practices by Jose Antonio Manchado.
Why in a group? There are several reasons for this. Because there are a
lot of requests for a healing session, Jose chooses to use his time wisely and
thereby he organizes a group healing. He is not available for private sessions.
Also, being in a group and listening to the people in your group and to be
present with someone else’s healing, you get to enjoy the benefits of that
healing too. It’s a very powerful evening! Don’t believe anything, don’t expect
anything, just come to experience!
Mundo Armonía is a project created by Jose Antonio Manchado in order to bring the value of peace and happiness to the world and all beings without any exception.
In July 2014 Jose visited Amsterdam, he met Irene Sportel, and with great
enthusiasm they planned a first week of events in October of that same year.
Now, 2.5 years later, already 6 weeks full of beautiful and powerful events
have been taken place in Amsterdam (and Breda), in which Jose shared Tibetan
ways of healing, practices to connect with our hearts and help ourselves and
others to heal. And so, Mundo Armonía Holanda was born!
Your first contact person for Mundo Armonia Holanda is Irene Sportel, who lives in Amsterdam and organises the events for and with Jose. Apart from events with Jose, Free Healing evenings and Shin-do Family Sharings are organised throughout the year.
· José Antonio Manchado
· Lanzarote, Spain
· Author of the Book: “Be happier than the Dalai Lama”
· Meditation teacher.
· Certified instructor of fire walking by the Institute of research
and education of Dallas,Texas.
· Master of ancient and modern Tibetan singing Bowls therapy and Gong therapy
· Master of Reiki Usui and Shin-do.
Since the year 1998 Jose has been in constant practice and learning from several Teachers (Tibetan Buddhist, Zen Monks and Lamas) in the fields of meditation, healing, sound therapy, Tibetan energy and vibrational therapies . In 2001 he got initiated to Vajrayana Buddhism (taking Tibetan Buddhist refuge) with the name of Karma Dorje Jikme.