Pranic Healing is an energy healing practice where the participant experiences no physical touch. It is centered around the basic principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. Pranic Healing practitioners are trained to utilize the body's life force energy called prana. This technique cleanses the energetic body, allowing prana to move freely throughout the body, accelerating the body's capacity to heal itself. Pranic Healing is said to resemble yoga and acupuncture because it cares for energy the body is producing which links to your physical body and areas of distress or "dis-ease".
What is the focus during a session?
For the body to heal itself, the essential requirement is a force of life or energy to be present. Pranic Healing Practitioners use the forces in nature, along with the body's innate abilities to increase the life-force energy present in the client's body. The practitioner will "scan" your energetic field systematically to locate areas of congestion and depletion. Then they will cleanse the affected areas to enhance the body's ability to absorb prana.
Practitioners may also recommend 'energetic hygiene' practices to do after the session, such as breathing, dietary recommendations, and other cleansing routines designed to keep your personal energy tank clean and full.
How will I benefit?
Pranic Healing sessions are a powerful catalyst to spark the body’s inner ability to heal itself. Not only does Pranic Healing recover physical or emotional injuries, but also shifts energy around deep-rooted problems. This can help to improve relational skills and self-esteem, create inner peace and happiness, decrease stress, enhance memory, and produce a positive outlook on life. Pranic Healing can be an efficient way of dismissing crucial difficulties such as: smoking, addiction, depression, phobias, and any traumas you may have experienced.
As with all energy healing therapies, Pranic Healing should never take the place of traditional medicine and medical support when needed. Pranic Healing sessions are a great complement to other therapies and not a replacement for regular medical care.