Kenyoku is a Japanese word that means “dry bathing” and is a technique for ritual purification with energy instead of water. (In Japan, there is commonly a place near the entrance of a temple or sacred space with running water which is used for ritual cleansing to purify oneself before entering the space).

Kenyoku is used before and after a treatment, attunement, or when you just need to brush off some bad vibes!


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  1. Stand with both feet on the ground.
  2. Do a short Gassho Meditation.
  3. Place your right hand on your left shoulder.
  4. Stroke down your chest to your right hip. At the same time, expel your breath rapidly, making a loud sound through the movement, e.g., "Haaah"
  5. Place your left hand on your right shoulder.
  6. Stroke down your chest to your left hip.
  7. Do the same on the opposite side (left hand on your right shoulder, stroke down your chest to your left hip and exhaling loudly).
  8. Extend your left arm. Place your right hand on your left shoulder.
  9. Stroke down your arm all the way to the hand and finger tips. Then FLING your right hand out into the air as though you are throwing away any negative energy. Visualize it going into white light.
  10. Do the same with your other arm.
  11. Repeat the sequence.
  12. Finish with a short Gassho Meditation

Doing the Kenyoku a few times a day is a great way to keep yourself grounded and clear!

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