RAINER KRELL, went through the academic training of a Biologist, Ecologist, and Entomologist in three continents, worked in ecology and honey bee research, as beekeeper and beekeeping trainer in 13 countries of four continents and spent over 20 years studying, practicing and teaching the use of pranic healing for human health, agriculture, nutrition, communication and other fields. He has also been working with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for over two decades with renewable energy research, bioenergy development, organic agriculture, and information and communication technologies. His present main focus and enthusiasm is dedicated to attracting farmers and others to a more respectful, gentle and caring way of collaboration with nature to satisfy our food and local energy needs in the face of growing social and climatic challenges. The raising of consciousness and knowledge and their responsible use within the boundaries of human values are central to the realization of these goals. In rejoining science, traditional knowledge and spiritual teachings for an advanced WE-culture, he sees a bright future of our evolution as human guests on this planet, sustained by our hosts: Mother Earth, Brother Sun and Sister Moon.
Rainer is a direct student of Master Choa Kok Sui for many years (since 1993), an Arhatic Yoga practitioner (since 1994) and a trainer of Pranic Healing and other courses by Master Choa Kok Sui, which he has taught in many countries (starting in 1997).
Rainer Krell, born in Germany in 1953, spent over 1.5 years in Argentina studying the behaviour and distribution of Africanized honeybees in Argentina in the early 80’s. After more than two decades of study and research on honeybees and environmental sciences and a few years of teaching beekeeping around the world, he spent another two decades with the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) organizing research collaboration in agriculture and renewable energy usage, promoted organic agriculture, pollinator protection, indigenous agricultural methods and worked on bioenergy production and its evaluation for climate change mitigation. Privately, during the last decades, he studied, experimented and taught the use of subtle energy in agriculture (Pranic Agriculture), growing an appreciation for the non-visible parts of life, its vibrational and informatic content and interactions.