According to The World Pranic Healing Foundation Pranic Healing is a revolutionary and comprehensive system of natural healing techniques that uses prana to treat illness. It is a synthesis of ancient, esoteric healing methods that have been rediscovered, researched and tested over decades with proven success by the founder of Modern Pranic Healing, Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.
“Prana”is the Sanskrit word for life force. It is called ‘chi’ in China and ‘ki’ in Japan.
Principles Behind Pranic Science
The fundamental principles of Pranic Healing are:
- Principle of Self- Recovery – The innate ability of every living being to heal itself
- Principle of Life Force – Healing process can be accelerated by increasing the pranic life force of the individual
How does it work?
- Pranic Healing corrects imbalances in the body’s energy field and transfers life force to the patient. This life force can also be characterized as universal energy; it is not the healer’s energy. Trained Pranic Healers access and transmit universal energy to the patient using specific frequencies and techniques for specific diseases and conditions.
- Pranic Healing is done without touching.
- Pranic Healing is a three step process that substantially accelerates the body’s innate ability to heal at all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
- Checking – Scanning for energy abnormalities.
- Cleansing – Removing energy abnormalities: used to remove dirty or diseased energy in the body and to eradicate blockages in the energy channels.
- Replenishing and revitalizing with life force- Energizing: the transference of fresh “prana” or life energy to the body and is applied once the cleansing process is completed.
Benefits of Pranic Healing?
Pranic Healing can be applied to patients suffering imbalances and medical conditions to help resolve it, to support other therapies, to relieve stress and anxiety of the patient and more. Pranic Healing works by eliminating blockages and restoring balance, which will benefit the person’s inner healing mechanism.