In order to purify the aura and karma from past lives, align and clear the chakras, and remove disease, Balian Taksu will invite the individual back for an evening Melukat on an auspicious day such as Kajeng Kliwon (a day in the Balinese calendar which is believed to have magical power), purnama (full moon), tilem (new moon), or a variety of others. Based on information received while in trance, Taksu will determine the type and quantity of fresh flowers that will be soaked in holy water (tirtha) for use in the cleansing ceremony.
A Balinese Healer (In the White Sarong) performance a Melukat, Cleansing a sacred site completed with waterfalls and Natural spring.
The seeker will sit on a stool opposite the shrine and vessel containing the sacred water and flowers (top image above). Balian Taksu will enter a naga trance, recite mantras and ask the participant to meditate on a specific concept or god. He will then ladle the holy water and now sacred flowers upon the head of the person seeking purification.
Bali has a long history of holistic healing therapies used by Balian, their traditional healers. Using natural ingredients and ancient wisdom, these traditional remedies are seen as holistic, alternative methods in the western world for those looking to take a more holistic connected or spiritual approach to whatever’s troubling them.
Balian healers are seen as complementary to western-style medicine and still seen in high regard in Bali.
Whether you plan to come to Bali for these remedies or rituals (which are an amazing experience and highly recommended) or just want to learn more, here are some traditional healing remedies used by the Balinese.
Balinese package Healing:
Pejati ( Hindu offering )
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