Pranic is a Sanskrit word whose meaning is life-force, therefore Pranic Healing® is the process of healing the "energy body" which in turn begins a course of healing for the physical body. The nature of Pranic Healing® is to utilize the energy of life in order to begin self healing. There exists a vital energy in the body that maintains life and nurtures good health. This energy is recognized in countries throughout the world. The Chinese call it Chi or Qi. People of the Hindu religion call it prana, while the ancient Greek culture knew it as pneuma. Even the present day Hebrew culture recognize it and know it as ruah. For hundreds or even thousands of years, people have recognized that there is an unseen force that can help to strengthen and revitalize their lives.
Even the modern incarnation of Pranic Healing® pays homage to the concepts of Vital Life realized long ago. The founder and originator of modern-day Pranic Healing® is Choa Kok Sui. He wrote his first book detailing the virtues of Pranic Healing® in 1987. In the book, "The Ancient Science and Art of Pranic Healing®," the author takes a fresh and deeper look into understanding energy healing. The book has been translated into 27 languages and distributed to more than 40 countries. Detailed in a number of subsequent books, Master Choa had recognized many additional applications for which the use of Pranic Healing® assists in restoring health.
Although Pranic Healing® does not employ the use of touch, it is a powerfully effective system to restore health and vitality. Since the practitioner is working on the bioplasmic, or energy body, physical contact is not required. The therapy is meant to feed the energy body with life energy, which is then absorbed and moved throughout the body to nourish the skin, muscles, organs and glands. It is believed that the large majority of physical ailments begin as disturbances or disruptions in the energy body, then advance to become disturbances in the physical body. Pranic Healing® can allow you to resolve those issues before they negatively effect health. For more information on regaining health, strength, stamina and vigor, or to schedule an appointment,
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