At the first level of initiation, you'll get 10 symbols. With each new level the number of symbols increases as also increases their strength. All the processes take place ecologically, symbols are gradually integrated into the human energy system and heal the problem, maintain the harmony of the body, mind and soul, fill with energy. Thus, this tool is always with you, wherever you are.
Akasha is a purely applied technique, almost excludes dogmas, theories and teachings, with the exception of the most minimal foundations. It is constantly developing and expanding, adapting to the rhythm of changes in the world. That's why it is compatible with any belief systems.
The results achieved by applying the system for the health care, in personal life and in business, inspire more and more people in different countries of the world (Mexico, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Russia, USA, India, Armenia, Belarus, Nepal, Ukraine, Cyprus, Kazakhstan and others).
Akasha trainings are conducted in English with translation, under the leadership of the founder Jack Makani. The trainings are organized in different places of the planet, lasting 4-6 days.
The training program consists of general sessions for all participants that are leaded by Jack, time for training depending on the initiation levels, work in small basic groups, and a lot of practice every day. Classes are held by Jack and experienced high-level participants. The duration of the on-site training is 6 days. This triggers deep transformational and purification processes, changes the emotional and physiological state, the balance of its vital energy.
During the training, you can go through the initiation only one level up.
The Akasha system contains 9 basic levels of initiation. The recommended practices are carried out independently between the initiations. The person himself chooses the time and place of participation in the next ACA (Akasha Coach Alliance) training on the calendar as soon as he/she is ready to further increase the vibrations level. But it is recommended to have a break between trainings minimum one month.