Pranic healing is an ancient science and art of healing which involves life energy to heal the whole physical body. It manipulates bioplasmic matter of the body. It is based on the overall structure of the human body. Human body is composed of two parts: the visible physical body and the invisible energy body which is known as bioplasmic body. The visible physical body can be seen, touched and are most acquainted with while the invisible energy body is a luminous energy which interpenetrates the visible physical body and extends beyond by four or five inches.
There are two laws of pranic healing
The human body is capable of healing itself from wound or burn at a certain rate. Our body will heal itself from wounds within a few days to week. Even if you don’t apply any antibiotic, the wound will be healed on its own. Various medications are available for viral infection but your body can recover from cough or cold in one or two weeks without any medications.
The healing process can be accelerated by increasing the life energy on the affected part or on the entire body. When pranic energy is applied to the affected part of the body, it increases the rate of recovery tremendously.
Any healthy person with an average intelligence, an average ability to concentrate, an open but discriminating mind, and a certain degree of persistence can learn pranic healing in a relatively short period. It is easy to learn. The basic principles and techniques can be learned in a few sessions.
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