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Pranic Healing
How to Heal with Prana Life Energy, Information on Aura, Chakras, Mind Body Universe, Yoga Philosophy of Health

Prana: Life Energy

'Pranic healing is an ancient science and art of healing that utilizes prana (or chi/qi/ki) or life energy and the chakras or energy centers to heal diseased energy levels. The healing process involves the manipulation of the patient's chakras, ki and aura.

Two Principles

1. Law of Self-Recovery
In general, the body is capable of healing itself at a certain rate.

2. Law of Life Energy
For life to exist, the body must have prana, chi or life energy. The healing process can be accelerated by increasing life energy on the affected part(s) and on the entire body.

The Human Body: Physical & Aura

According to the precepts of pranic healing, our body is actually composed of two parts: the visible physical body, and the invisible energy body called the bioplasmic body or aura. The visible physical body is that part of the human body that we see, touch, and are most acquainted with. Our aura is that invisible luminous energy body, which interpenetrates the visible physical body and extends beyond it.

Prana and Chakras

Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of prana. Prana is the life-energy or life-principle of the universe. There are three principal channels through which this life-energy flows. These channels are ida, pingala and sushumna. In Sanskrit these channels are called nadis.

Ida carries the current of life-energy in the left side of the body. Pingala carries the current in the right side of the body. Sushumna carries the current in the middle of the spinal column. Sushumna is the most important of the three nadis. It receives a ceaseless stream of life-energy from the universal Consciousness-light.

Ida, pingala and sushumna meet together at seven different places. Each meeting place forms a centre and each centre is round like a wheel. Indian spiritual philosophy calls these centres chakras. They are also called lotuses, because they look like the lotus flower. The seven centres are muladhara (root, base of spine), svadhisthana (spleen), manipura (navel), anahata (heart), vishuddha (throat), ajna (brow) and sahasrara (crown, top of head).

How to Give Pranic Healing

'Pranic healing is done by sending prana (the universal life force) from the practitioner’s body to diseased or affected parts of another person’s body. The force stimulates cells and tissues, restores normal activity, and allows waste material to leave the system. It involves the use of passes and the laying on of hands.

The individual receives prana from food, water and breathing air. All force or energy received comes from one primal source, and everyone can increase their supply and give it as a gift to others through healing.

Before a session of pranic healing the following exercises are recommended:

1. Slowly breath in through the nose to a mental count of eight;
Slowly exhale through the nose to a mental count of eight;

2. Slowly breath in through the nose to a mental count of eight;
Hold breath to count of four;
Slowly exhale through mouth to mental count of eight.

When inhaling feel the pranic energy throughout the entire body.
When exhaling feel all negativity go out of the body.

Before beginning a pranic healing session, the practitioner should visualise a circle around the patient and fill it with white light.

The patient should be laying with their head toward the east whenever possible. The patient should close their eyes and concentrate trying to see themself encompassed in a ball of white light. If the practitioner is right handed he should kneel in a position to the left of the patient’s legs. The practitioner then reaches forwards, with arms extended holding the hands with palms inward, taking a deep breath, he passes each hand on both sides of the patient’s body, almost close enough to touch the skin (about one inch away from the body surface) from the head to the feet.

After each pass along the body has been completed the practitioner shakes their hand vigorously as if to shake water off of them. This is get rid of all the negativity which the practitioner has drawn from the patient. Repeat this process at least seven times, preferably more.

Afterwards, the practitioner sits quietly resting while they view the patient in the white light. They may practice the breathing exercises.

The next process is for the practitioner to place their hands on the sides of the patient’s head with the thumbs gently resting on the temples. The practitioner concentrates sending all of their energy into the patient, all of the goodness and love which is being channeled. Afterwards, once again, the practitioner sits back, rests and sees the patient in white light.

The above process is next applied to the patient’s heart. After resting again, the practitioner places his hands on the patient’s afflicted area such as the stomach, leg, or shoulder, sending energy to it.

After his final rest period, the practitioner should picture the patient in the ball of light. This completes the healing process.'


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