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Nine Seals of

Spiritual Power

Kuji-In is a ritual process that encourages the development of body, mind and spirit. It enhances the nervous system, endocrine system, energy channels of the body, mental abilities, comprehension, quickness of body and mind, and open the doors to great spiritual depth. It involves the combination of many tools to focus all of the practitioner’s attention: hand gesture, spoken words, mental visualiz-ation, philosophic contemplation, focus points on the body.

Easy to start years to master

The moment you start practicing Kuji-In, it will take effect in various forms of enhancements: clear thinking, quickness of mind and body, more willpower. Yet, Kuji-In will keep on delivering new abilities and expand your awareness over years of practice.

Adapted to everyone

Kuji-In was first created for everyone to use, around 1000 BC in India. In the 1500's, it travelled to Japan where it was practiced by both Shinto and Buddhists. It became an important part of the mind training of ninjitsu, enough for some to believe it should be exclusive to a few select ninjas. We teach Kuji-In to everyone, adapted to each your own needs.

Learning Kuji-In

Either through the books, on-line or in class, our first kuji-in teachings cover a general approach so that the seeker may decide in which area of expertise he wishes to become an adept, and eventually a master. Once the student is clear on his choice, he may wish to acquire specialized training adapted to his needs or beliefs.


Who Uses Kuji-In

Kuji-In was first created for everyone to use, around 1000 BC in India. In the 1500's, it travelled to Japan where it was practiced by both Shinto and Buddhists.


Martial Artists

The mind training techniques of the Samuraï and ninjutsu are now practiced by many adepts of martial arts who wish to enhance physical strength and develop near-surnatural awareness. This approach is mostly used by the Tendaï Buddhists or Shinto traditions.



Kuji-In is often used by Reiki masters and holistic healers for enhanced efficiency. It is the second most popular reason to learn Kuji-In. It is also used in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and lifespan extension of Chinese Alchemy.


Modern Lifestyle

Today, Kuji-In is useful for people in business, negotiation, stress-ful situations, or any task that requires concentration. Kuji-in had always been used by leaders and priests for the enhanced awareness it provides, and how much it helped deal with stressful situations.



The devoted practitioners use Kuji-in to find harmony and enlightenment. Kuji-In helps free the mind from human limitations. No religion or belief is required to practice the Nine Hand Seals. This approach is mostly used in the Hindu and Vajrayana Buddhist traditions.



Sport enthusiasts have started to use Kuji-In recently for the added power it grants. The physical benefits, the accelerated regenereation and healing, energy recuperation, all make it a good supplement to any modern training method.

Free Kuji-In Seminar

Maha Vajra teaches about the philosophy of Kuji-In, complementing with technical aspects of the mantras and mudras of various traditions.

Kuji-In / Kiri

Kuji-In / Kiri

Kuji-In / Kiri
1.1 Basic Kuji in: RIN, part 1

1.1 Basic Kuji in: RIN, part 1

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1.2 Basic Kuji in: RIN, part 2

1.2 Basic Kuji in: RIN, part 2

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2. Basic Kuji in: KYO

2. Basic Kuji in: KYO

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"Kuji-Kiri means "Nine symbolic cuts". It is a technique that belongs to the esoteric Buddhist tradition"

From the outside, it seems to consist in drawing nine lines in the form of a grid, then drawing a symbol on the grid. In fact, it is the setting in place of nine energy structures, that once activated, can empower a concept represented by the drawn symbol over the grid. This symbol then interacts with what seems to be reality, and modifies the structure of the universe according to the desired effects. It is the sacred esoteric science of the oriental mage.

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