Ramana Devi Practitioner

Who is a Practitioner?

A Ramana Devi Practitioner is an individual who desires to become an independent and whole human being, relying only on the inner source of security and wisdom, a Higher Consciousness which is available to everyone who seeks its aid. 


The Ramana Devi Methods can be used by life coaches, counsellors, teachers, trainers, parents and therapists. 


An Individual can also use the methods as Personal Development or as part of their continuous professional development (CPD).


 Ramana Devi Group Practitioners can use the methods for working with groups or organisations. 


The method can be adapted to suit the need of the group. The Ramana Devi Education courses are designed for anyone wishing to gain a high level of experience and understanding in the method and philosophy. 


On completion of the course the student will receive an accredited certificate.

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If you are a Personal, Charity or Business Client our Ramana Devi Education Training Methods provide Yogic Philosophy based Solutions for all your needs.

Why Ramana Devi Education Methods?

The methods are a culmination of more than twenty-eight years, created by Ramana Devi.


It will be easier for the student to understand this work if he or she will bear in mind that it deals primarily with SELF AWARENESS.


Self Awareness is becoming aware of who it is that we really are. It is being aware of all of the different aspects of our Self and realising that the Self that we are is ultimately connected to all that we see around us – all that we experience. 


Self Awareness is knowing who we are and who we are not. Self Awareness is having a clear perception of your personality, including strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, beliefs, motivation and emotions. Self Awareness allows you to understand other people, how they percieve you, your attitude and your responses to them in the moment.


We might quickly assume that we are Self aware, but it is helpful to have a relative scale for awareness. When you are in a state of observation, and you witness your actions, thoughts, feelings etc you are in a heightened state of awareness. 


With practise we can learn to engage these types of heightened states and see new opportunities for interpretations in our thoughts, emotions and conversations. 


Having awareness creates the opportunity to make changes in behaviour and beliefs. As you develop self awareness you are able to make changes in the thoughts and interpretations you make in your mind. Changing the interpretations in your mind allows you to change your emotions.


Self Awareness is developed through practises of focusing your attention on the details of your personality and behaviour. It isn’t learned from reading a book. 


When you read a book you are focusing your attention on the conceptual ideas in the book. You can develop an intellectual understanding of the ideas of Self Awareness from a book, but it is not the same. 


Think of learning to be mindful and self aware is like learning to dance. When learning to dance we have to pay attention to how and where our feet move, our hands and body motion, what our partner is doing, music, beat, floor space, and other dancers. Dancing isn’t learned from books and Self Awareness isn’t either. A dancer needs awareness of their body movements. Self Awareness is what you develop when you pay attention to your expressions of thought, emotions and behaviour.

  • Reduce stress & Controls Anxiety
  • Promotes Emotional Health
  • Enhances Self-Awareness
  • Lengthens Attention Span
  • May Reduce Age-Related Memory Loss
  • Can Generate Kindness
  • May Help Fight Addictions, Improves Sleep
  • Helps Control Pain, Can Decrease Blood Pressure
  • You Can Visualise Anywhere.

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