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DR. RA UN NEFER AMEN I BOOK TOUR TO CELEBRATE AUSAR AUSET'S 40 ANNIVERSARY

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About Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen I

Dr Ra Un Nefer Amen I
Shekhem Ur Shekhem

Ra Un Nefer Amen I is a world renowned bestselling author, lecturer, spiritual teacher, health practitioner and counselor. He is the Shekhem Ur Shekhem (King of Kings) and Ashem Ur Ashemu (Chief Priest) of the Ausar Auset Society International (AASI) which he founded in Harlem, USA more than 40 years ago.

In those 40 years the society has grown to an international community with branches in more than 35 cities in the USA, three cities in the UK, chapters in Canada, Ghana, South Africa, Bermuda and Trinidad and Tobago. There are also many, many individual followers, participants and well wishers from practically all over the world.

As Chief Priest, spiritual teacher and counselor of this international community, he has been extremely successful in guiding its members towards the accomplishment of living healthy successful lives in a truly holistic sense. Based on the ancient Kamitic spiritual teachings, he provides incomparable knowledge and guidance on the proper development of the spirit, mind and body.

Ra Un Nefer Amen’s greatest accomplishment is the resurrection of the Kamitic spiritual tradition that is now practiced internationally. This was accomplished by his channeling of the great Oracle of Tehuti that has enabled tens of thousands of people to get spiritual counsel in all matters of life – family, career, health, marriage, etc. The spiritual practices that he has instituted enable practitioners to communicate with their ancestors for guidance, and to access the vast powers of their spirit for healing, and directing their life affairs. The impact of his work extends far beyond this group through the many bestselling books that he has authored, the most important being the seven volumes of the Metu Neter.

Though not a medical doctor himself, he has trained quite a few medical doctors in the proper practice of homeopathy, and he has been an indispensable resource for many doctors and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Over the 40 plus years of the AASI he has implemented several dietary practices to help members of the community improve their health, wellbeing and to successfully mitigate, and in some instances eliminate, common illnesses such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, migraines, insomnia, fibromyalgia, cancer, chronic fatigue, and many others.

In his unrelenting efforts to promote good health in the black community and beyond, he authored the ground breaking text on homeopathy, Healing the Errors of Living. He went on to translate the ancient Chinese Five Organ System of healing into easy-to-understand layman terms so that individuals can, at least, converse intelligently with their health practitioner, or at best, identify the cause of their afflictions from a TCM perspective.

In combination with the Five Organ system, he put together a series of Qi Gong exercises to help with balancing one’s life force and wrote the books Tree of Life Qi Gong and Qi Gong Healing Prescriptions as guides to the proper practice and implementation.

Because of his insight and vast experience as a spiritual teacher, Dr Amen is fully aware that healing can be initiated from within. As such, in an effort to provide guidance on how to develop one’s inner power to heal, he wrote another pioneering book - Healing is in the Spirit.

The successful results of Dr Amen’s wisdom and teachings are manifested in the health, strength and longevity of not only AASI community members, but all individuals who have had the opportunity to access and implement his life-changing instructions.

One Response

  1. Eric Burch

    Acknowlege Dr.Amen as a great teacher and I’m looking to the future with his teaching improving my life, and obtaining wisdom ascertained through his guidance.

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