The Outcome for Akasha level 8.1 is
• To take the special 8.1 initiation and start a deeper personal process of transformation that makes the Initiate ready to receive Akasha level 8.2 initiation and become authorized as Full Akasha Initiator around 6-9 month later.
• To teach Akasha basis groups and Akasha level groups during a training.
• To assist the Full Holistic Initiator & Trainer with Initiations and other assistance during a training.
• To work on and prepare a plan for how to organize and lead an Akasha Training with students in a local area or somewhere else.
After you have taken the 8.1 Initiation there may be some spiritual, psychological and psychical reactions during the integration period of 6-9 month. Consult your Full Initiator about it.

Section 1. Let´s look into rules of authorizations.
You need to be a certified Full Holistic Initiator & Trainer yourself to teach Akasha trainings. If that is not
the case (you are not a certified trainer) you can become initiated as a Full Initiator and initiate individuals
at all levels.
At the mentor level: Akasha 7. 1-2, 7. 3-4, 7. 5-6 you can initiate at the level you have yourself for individuals only. This means that if you are certified at Akasha level 7. 1-2 you can initiate at Akasha level 1 and 2 etc.
Only Akasha Masters certified as Full Holistic Initiator (and Trainer) can initiate and certify Akasha level 7 & 8 (all levels).

Section 2. How to plan and lead an Akasha Training.
There is no right way to lead an Akasha Training of course. It all depends upon what is possible in the area. I am always looking for a nature with access to the four elements.
The first thing to consider could be to look into if the four elements are represented somewhere in the area you consider? Is there an area where your students can experience physical access to all 4 elements? And not too far away from the conference room you plan to use. An Akasha Training gives a better result if students are aligned with nature and you can take them outside during the training for meditations or direct communication with nature.

Access to Earth element? Can students sit upon the ground somewhere or lie down and experience the deeper connection to the planet, the vibration of the planet? How about noise, sounds – can it take place in quietness? And is the place discreet from spectators?
Access to water element? How about water? Can students connect to water? Maybe even walk into the water? They simply gets a better result from that.
Access to Fire Element? I recommend a sunny place which is an easy access to fire element. If not then burning some wood can replace that.

Access to Air element? Open area where this access can be done physically.
Vegetation of some kind is recommended. I recommend to take some time during the training to sit in an
area with plants, trees etc. and actually train to communicate with nature. Very many people throughout
the planet has lost contact with nature. We are more and more living in urban areas and have more contact
to concrete than to pure nature.
How many participants should you have? If we look back into history then shamans was teaching one
student how to do healing. The shaman was simply teaching her/his successor and that´s all. Today people
have started to use shamanistic/esoteric trainings for personal development which I find beautiful. That
means that healing praxis are spreading out. And more and more people can assist others with healing. You
can say why not a healer in each family. So is there an ideal number?

I don’t think so – a good number to start with can be 3-4 students and then have the number of students grow over time. It also have to do with your own personal development. When I started I was teaching together with my wife Helene Makani. We were teaching our NLP Students and I remember our first Akasha training to around 14 students. We were professional trainers already. And we were two trainers together. So even if that our NLP trainings have already reached up to 25-30 students we could at the level of energy not handle more than 14 students in an healer training.
Start with a small group and notice that when you grow at the personal level then your Akasha trainings also grow in size.
I can remember that my Master Trainer put it like this: There is only one way to measure the quality of an Esoteric School and that is to look into how much energy it can connect you to.
So the more energy you – yourself – are connected to the more students you can attract to your trainings.
Most of my Akasha Trainings are 5 – 6 days. They are resident training i.e. Students are sleeping at the venue where the training takes place. To be in the energy 24/6 simply gives a better connection. You can chose to take your students out in nature also during evenings/nights. Meditation in the light of stars next to the beach somewhere can be an experience for life. It does not matter if it rains during the meditation. A simple poncho to cover the body and it still can give a brilliant result.

I run bigger trainings today. They are up to 50-70 and that is only possible if you have assistants. I organize what I call `basic groups´. That mean groups of 3-4 students where one is at a higher level and take care of the others – They are at the mentor level i.e. Akasha level 7.
You can also organize some level groups. There is difference between what level 1 and 2 are supposed to learn from a training and you may need to have an Akasha level 7 to help you to teach on of the levels. Or if you have a number of levels you need a number of ´teachers´ – That´s where you use Akasha level 7 and 8. This is the reason I charge a less fee at the higher levels. You need to the active assistance of experienced students to have the bigger trainings work. And this assistance work also prepare students to run trainings themselves.
The most important task you have as a Full Initiator & Trainer is to assist your students to develop until
they leave you to work for themselves.
Let me give an example on how to plan an Akasha Training:
What are the criteria for the training facilities?
First of all you need to decide if you want to do a residential training or students can sleep at home in night. I prefer and recommend residential trainings. The outcome is simply better from that kind of trainings.
Here is my suggestion for a program:
1) A conference room with enough space. 2,5 – 3 square meters pr. Student. It is necessary for
holotropic breathing and dancing meditations etc.
2) An audio player that can play good music even when it is loud. This is very important. Also a
microphone for the bigger trainings are necessary.
3) The four elements: The optimal is that the surroundings of the conference place have nature around including a lake or sea. Access to nature gives a much better result than a training in a city.  And optimal all four elements are represented, Air, Fire (can be the sun), Water and Earth.
4) How many days should it be? You will find that 4 days are a bit short to have all the processes you like to lead students into. A lot of trainings are 5 days and this will be enough and make room even for a brief nature excursion. 6 days are really enough and make room to include something extraordinary in to the training. (Something that includes new ideas of yours).
5) The headlines for the days in a training could be:
1st day, Introduction day: arrival, welcome, teaching the human energy structure. The 3 minds. The system of centers. The principles of creation. Forming some groups – level groups and get to know each other. Dancing meditation one or two (can be Osho meditations or the like) How to use pendulum for communication with the subconscious mind. This can take place in level groups and you will need some cotrainers.

2nd day, Cleaning up day; Dancing meditation- brief . Morning yoga (the five Tibetans or the like).
Meditation. One very dynamic dancing meditation to loosen up in the unconscious. Holotropic breathing in small groups of 3 or 4.
Create basic groups so there are at least on experienced student – if possible). Cleaning up the unconscious
with timeline or the like. Let go of codependency. Work with entities. Higher Self connection and
meditation on Higher Self.
3rd day, Initiation day; Morning program as 2nd day. Introducing and training the 5 elements. Testing readiness for initiation (never – never – never initiate someone who is not ready). Initiation and meditation on that.
4th day, How to use symbols in praxis; Teach all knowledge of the symbols and if the training content different levels make level groups. Use Mentor level for that. Have students at level 1, 2 & 3 anchor the symbols in the centers (must take place within first 24 hours) Make sure that you have assistants to do that and teach the highest level in the training yourself. Make some demonstrations of how to balance the centers and have students start working in small groups. Have one or two meditations during the day (for instance Osho´s Chakra meditation or the like).
5th day, connection to nature. The idea of this day is for the student to be alone with him-/herself for 2-3 hours and train connection to pure nature. Or simply train to be totally present in the Now and enjoy being aligned with nature. The rest of the day is normally spent going to and from the hotel and have lunch etc. Or it can be spent on your special idea for this training. Or maybe have students look into some of the extra Self-coach content you find in the chapters.
6th day, Create the Future; I use a number of hours this day to have student run thru creating the Future process. Further to that you can include something extra which is truly you or the extra Self-coach content.
NB! Include something extra on the different levels if there is time. Chapter 1-6 contains numerous exercises for self- coaching you can use for that. Or in residence trainings ask students to do some selfcoaching in evenings.

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