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What is Pranic Healing?

Pranic Healing is a highly effective therapy that corrects the energy imbalances, underlying physical, psychological and psycho-spiritual disorders. It involves systematic techniques of removing used up or diseased energy from the human energy system called the Aura and energizing it with fresh vital energy called Prana.


What is prana and where does it come from?

Prana means energy - the vital energy, or life force, which keeps the body alive and healthy. In Greek, it is called Pneuma, in Polynesian, Mana. It is called Ki in Japanese, Chi in Chinese, and Ruah in Hebrew.

There are three major sources of prana from natural elements: the air, sun, and ground. A fourth source is Divine Prana which is received as a result of meditation and prayer.


Is Pranic Healing effective?

Pranic Healing has proven itself to be very effective in healing both simple and complex conditions. There are numerous documented testimonials as to its effectiveness. Pranic Healing is intended to complement traditional western medicine, not to replace it or any other therapy. It is compatible with all other therapies.


What are the main differences between Pranic Healing and other healing modalities?

Pranic Healing places great emphasis on the removal of used up or diseased energy. It treats eleven major chakras or energy centres of the body and many minor chakras of different organs and glands. The treatments are specific to the condition to be treated, using precise combinations of energy colors and vibrations unique to each situation.


What is the relationship of the aura and the chakras?

The Aura is the energy vehicle that surrounds and interpenetrates the body. It enables Prana to circulate all over the body. The Chakras are whirling centres of energy within the human Aura that absorb, digest and distribute Prana to the organs and glands.



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