Scan t he e yes, ajn a c hakra, and t he temples. T hese are u sually depleted. Ap ply lo calized sweeping on these areas. Rescan to determine whether the inner aura of the treated areas has i ncreased in s ize. If th e s ize h as i ncreased, i t m eans c leansing ha s be en s uccessful. Energize the eyes by energizing the ajna chakra with the intention that fresh prana will flow to t he eyes. You must r emember tha t e nergy o r prana fo llows th ought or wh ere y our attention is focused. Energize the temple areas.
2. Another approach would be to energize the back of the head. This approach is faster but there is t he possibility of pranic congestion of the head d ue to over energizing. This manifests as headache.
4. If he ad c oncussion i s i nvolved, c lean a nd e nergize t he a ffected p art. T hen energize the navel chakra and the sole and hand minor chakras.
Scan the whole body with emphasis on the seven major chakras, the spine, the lungs, the abdomen, and the soles of t he feet. People s uffering from fever usually h ave s mall i nner auras of about two inches or less.
Clean the whole body thoroughly by applying general sweeping four or five times. Clean and energize the hand chakras, and the sole chakras at the feet. This is to partially activate and energize the hand and sole chakras; thereby increasing their capacity to absorb ground and air prana. This will gradually and steadily energize the whole body, providing sufficient prana or vital energy to fight the infection. Clean and energize the front solar plexus chakra and the navel. This is very important and is a critical factor in rapidly bringing down the fever.
Fever is usually caused by pulmonary infection. If the throat chakra, the back heart chakra, and the l ungs a re affected, then a pply l ocalized sweeping a nd e nergizing on them. When this technique is done properly, most patients will show dramatic improvement in an hour or less.
On rare c ases, s ome patients may e xperience a s light increase in temperature in the first two hours. This is partly due to the radical reaction and the i ntensified fight b etween the g erms a nd t he w hite corpuscles. T he t reatment should be given two to three times a day to greatly increase the rate of healing. The patient is likely to recover in less than a day or two.
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