In the visualization approach, you simply do pranic breathing and visualize the specific color prana coming out of your hand. Do not visualize the specific color prana being drawn in; just visualize the specific color prana projecting out of your hand chakra. For example, if you want to energize with green prana, you just simply visualize green light projecting out of your hand chakra. Practice regularly so you can be sure that the color prana projected is the expected one. It is quite possible that you may be visualizing green or blue prana projecting out of your hand chakra but what is actually coming out is light red prana. Or you may be trying to project light red prana but what is coming out is dark red. Practice is necessary to become proficient in projecting color pranas.
In the chakral technique, you simply choose a source chakra that provides the specific color prana or pranas required. For example, if you want to treat an infection with blue or green-blue prana, you can draw in prana from your throat chakra and project the blue or green-blue prana through your hand chakra. This can simply be done by doing pranic breathing and simultaneously concentrating on your throat chakra and your hand chakra. You should form an intention to draw in prana from your throat chakra and project it out through the hand chakra. This is the same as the energizing technique taught in elementary pranic healing. Instead of concentrating on the left and right hand chakras, you just simply concentrate on your throat chakra and your hand chakra. Similarly, if you want to treat a fresh wound using orange-red prana, you can use the basic chakra as the source chakra and project it out through your hand chakra.
Sometimes, just using the chakral technique is not enough to produce the right type and shade of color prana. It is necessary to combine the visualization technique with the chakral technique. For example, if you want to strengthen an internal organ with light red prana, concentrate on the basic chakra and visualize light red prana projecting out of your hand chakra. If you just concentrate on the basic chakra without visualizing your hand projecting light red prana, you might be projecting orange-red instead of red prana. Red prana is strengthening. But most internal organs cannot withstand too much orange prana or orange-red prana because they will be physically damaged.
You can perform an experiment by transforming white prana to color prana by an act of will. This experiment requires the help of a clairvoyant or a person with auric sight. Get a glass of water and place it in front of you. Draw in vitality globules or white prana from the surroundings into the water by willing and visualizing the globules gathering and forming into a white ball of light. Bring the ball of white prana (white ball of light) down into the water. Visualize and transform the white ball of light into the specific color prana that you want. Get feedback from the clairvoyant whether you have been successful in drawing in a substantial amount of prana into the water, and whether the white prana has been transformed into the desired color prana. Let the clairvoyant observe the energized water for several hours and for several days to see whether the white prana has been permanently transformed into the desired color prana.
At first, you may encounter problems in gathering the vitality globules and transforming them into the specific color prana. The transformed prana may not be so steady. For example, you may visualize green prana and get other color pranas instead. Not all of the vitality globules are transformed into the expected color prana. The transformed color prana is not stable and the color vacillates between green and white. If the green prana is still quite unstable, more "willing35 or visualization has to be done. These problems can be overcome by lots of practice.
Some healers use their eyes to energize patients. This practice, when done frequently for a long period of time or for even a short period of time, will damage the eyes. When you energize, an etheric or bioplasmic link is established between the projecting chakra and the diseased part. Diseased etheric matter or diseased bioplasmic matter may sometimes be absorbed by the projecting chakra through the etheric link. That is why the eyes will be damaged if used regularly to project prana to the diseased parts. Sometimes healers experience diseased bioplasmic matter creeping up to their arms when they are energizing with their hand chakras.
It is not advisable to regularly energize directly from your major chakra to the diseased part of the patient for the same reason. It is better to energize with the hand chakra or finger chakra since the hands and fingers are easier to clean and are not too delicate compared to the eyes, brain or heart.
Sometimes, even though the healer is using his or her hand chakra to energize the affected part, he or she also unconsciously energizes with the eyes, thereby damaging the eyes in the long run. This usually happens to the healer who tends to stare intensely at the affected part when healing another person.
In general sweeping, use first light green prana to clean, decongest and disinfect the patient, then light red prana to strengthen the entire body. It is best to go through the following procedures:
1) Visualize a brilliant ball of light above the crown chakra.
2) Apply a downward sweeping movement and visualize light whitish-green prana coming down from the ball, filling and cleansing the entire body, with more emphasis on the front part of the body. Visualize all the front major chakras as clean and bright.
3) Apply another downward sweeping movement and visualize light whitish-green prana cleansing the entire body with emphasis on the back part of the body. Visualize the spine and all the back major chakras as clean and bright.
4) Apply another downward sweeping movement and visualize light whitish-green prana cleansing the entire body with emphasis on the important internal organs. Visualize the internal organs as bright light red.
5) Apply another downward sweeping movement two times and visualize light whitish-red prana energizing and strengthening all the important internal organs. Visualize all the health rays as straight and bright, especially on the affected area.
6) Apply another downward sweeping movement and visualize light whitish-red prana energizing and strengthening the bones and the muscles. Visualize all the health rays as straight and bright. You may repeat the entire process several times.
This advanced form of general sweeping cleanses, energizes and strengthens the entire body. It can relieve asthma and can be used to treat chill and fever. It can be very beneficial to patients who have just undergone surgery and should be used before and after surgery. However, this technique cannot be used on any patient who has or has had a sexually trans-mittable disease such as AIDS, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, etc.
Visualize light whitish-green prana surrounding your hand about six inches in diameter and about one to one-and-a-half feet long. Apply localized sweeping on the affected part and simultaneously visualize the diseased grayish matter being removed and the affected part being filled with prana. This advanced localized sweeping is quite effective and can remove mild toothaches, headaches and other minor ailments with just one or two sweeping movements.
If the diseased bioplasmic matter is difficult to remove, or is quite stubborn, it would be advisable to energize first with light whitish-green prana for two breathing cycles, followed by light whitish-orange prana for two breathing cycles to loosen the stubborn diseased bioplasmic matter. Please note the sequence, green prana before orange prana. This approach is much safer. The removal of the loosened diseased bioplasmic matter can be facilitated by projecting light whitish-yellow prana when applying localized sweeping. If cleansing is done properly, partial relief or improvement should occur. For delicate organs like the brain, eyes, and heart, it is not advisable to use orange prana.
Sometimes an ailment can be caused by partial clogging of very fine bio-plasmic channels. An example would be nearsightedness or farsightedness. Used-up prana and diseased bioplasmic matter in the eyes can be loosened and broken down into very fine particles by energizing with light whitish-green prana. Project light whitish-yellow prana to group together these fine particles for easier removal and apply localized sweeping. Light yellow prana is preferable to blue prana because blue prana tends to remove not only the used-up prana but also the fresh prana. Please note that light green prana is used in loosening and cleansing delicate organs like the eyes and the brain. Orange prana is not used because it is too powerful and may result in undesirable side effects. There is no point in taking unnecessary risks.
There is no definite time allowed for energizing. It is left to the healer's discretion. Certain factors have to be considered, such as the condition of the patient, the severity of the ailment, the rate of pranic energy consumption of the affected part, and the proficiency of the healer. Some healers prefer to energize intensely and rapidly while others prefer to energize moderately and gradually. Advanced healers can energize a chakra in just a few seconds. Color prana is projected for only three or four seconds. For mild ailments, the entire treatment may take less than a minute.
For ordinary infections, energizing with blue prana and green prana for five to seven breathing cycles would be sufficient. For very severe types of infection, energizing would require ten to fifteen minutes once every two hours for the next eight hours. These are just rough guidelines. You will have to use your own discretion. It is very important to rescan and determine whether the energizing is sufficient or not.
In emergency cases, treatments should be given at faster intervals until the condition stabilizes. For severe ailments, treatments should be given once a day or once every two days. For less severe types of ailments, it may be given once a week. Ordinary ailments usually require only one or two healing sessions. It is important that the rate of healing be much faster than the rate of deterioration. That is why emergency or severe cases should be treated at more frequent intervals.
In treating infants, it is advisable to avoid using dark green prana because it may affect the future development of the organs being energized. Using localized sweeping and energizing with white prana would be sufficient to clean and energize the infant. There is no point in taking unnecessary risk, no matter how minimal it is.
In treating both infants and older people, it is advisable to avoid using dark blue prana, especially in the solar plexus and heart chakras, because of its strong inhibiting effects on the functioning of the organs.
It is better to invoke the aid of Divine Providence before healing the patient to make the pranic treatment easier, more effective and safer. If the patient is suffering from severe ailments then request the Lord to assign a healing angel to remain with the patient after the treatment to hasten the healing process. We discussed this earlier.
For treating infection and inflammation, use light whitish-green prana, then light whitish-blue prana. Blue prana is for disinfecting, inhibiting, containing, localizing, cooling and soothing effects. Green prana has disinfecting, decongesting and cleansing effects. Green prana breaks down dirty diseased bioplasmic matter. For severe types of infection, use violet prana because it has the strongest disinfecting effect. Other pranas also have disinfecting properties but of lesser effectivity.
Blue prana disinfects by its inhibiting action, its localizing and containing effects, and also by stimulating the production of antibodies. Green prana acts by breaking down the diseased germs—either directly or indirectly—by stimulating the production of antibodies or substances with breaking down effects on the germs. When greenish-blue (approximately 30% greenish prana and 70% blue prana) is used, the potency is increased several times. Preferably, greenish-blue prana should not be used in general sweeping because some patients cannot withstand it and it may bring forth severe detrimental effects.
Greenish-blue prana is used for severe infection or inflammation and should be used with caution on delicate organs. It is also used to treat food poisoning and insect bites on the arms and legs. It should preferably not be used on people under twenty or over forty-five because it has a constrictive effect on delicate organs. When used regularly for a certain period of time, it may have damaging effects.
Light whitish-red prana is used to strengthen organs or parts that have been weakened. Energize the affected part with light whitish-green prana for two breathing cycles, then with light whitish-red prana for seven breathing cycles. In cases where the parts or organs to be treated are inflamed, energize first with light whitish-green prana for two breathing cycles, then with light whitish-blue prana for seven breathing cycles, and finally with light whitish-red prana for two breathing cycles to strengthen the inflamed parts or organs. Light whitish-red prana is safer to use than light red prana. Avoid using dark red prana as this may cause further inflammation.
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its corresponding organs. For example, the overproduction of gastric juices can be inhibited by first cleansing the solar plexus chakra with white prana and second, by energizing it with blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients recovering from gastric ulcers have a lot of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Green prana and orange prana are used in disintegrating deposits. Clean the affected area and energize with green prana then energize with orange prana to dissolve and eliminate the deposits. Blue prana is used first to localize the disintegrating effect of the pranic energy on the affected part.
All types of prana can relieve allergies, but the best type of prana for allergies is red prana. There are certain types of acute or severe allergies that can be relieved only by using red prana. There is a severe skin allergy that looks like severe skin infection but does not respond to any antibiotic treatment. This type of allergy can be healed by energizing the affected part with red prana or by wrapping a red cloth near the affected area. Energize the affected part with light green prana for one breathing cycle, then with light red prana for five to eight breathing cycles.
To cure the patient of allergy and not just relieve it, cleanse the ajna chakra and the basic chakra. Energize the basic chakra with red prana for seven breathing cycles and the ajna chakra with light whitish-violet prana for four breathing cycles. The bones in the arms and legs have to be energized with light red prana. This is done by energizing the arms through the hand chakras and the armpit chakras with light red prana for four breathing cycles for each chakra. Energize the legs through the sole chakras and the hip chakras with light red prana for four breathing cycles for each chakra. Visualize light red prana going inside the bones. Repeat the treatment twice a week for the first few weeks then reduce it to once a week. Partial malfunctioning of the liver or the kidney may also cause the allergy. In such cases, also treat the solar plexus chakra and the liver or the meng mein chakra and kidneys.
Activating your chakra or that of the patient's is needed for more advanced and faster healing. A simple method of activating the chakra would be to visualize and will the chakra to increase in size and brightness while simultaneously energizing it with red prana (for solar plexus and downward), or white-violet prana (for heart chakra and upwards). Visualize the chakra as increasing from three to five inches. It should be visualized as dazzling. The key factor is in willing. Do this for five breathing cycles.
Activating and energizing the basic and meng mein chakras is a very important technique in healing. The basic chakra energizes the entire physical body. Activating and energizing the basic chakra alone would increase the pranic energy level of the body to a limited degree. As stated earlier, the meng mein chakra acts as a sort of pump to facilitate the distribution of red pranic energy from the basic chakra to the other parts of the body. To be more accurate, it acts as an accelerator, since it increases the rate of vibration of the prana coming from the basic chakra. So the rate of vibration of pranic energy from the basic chakra is higher when it comes out of the meng mein chakra than before going into it. Without activating and energizing the meng mein chakra, the pranic energy from the basic chakra would have difficulty spreading rapidly to other parts of the body. This is like having a big factory in full production with a very poor marketing department to distribute the product.
When these two chakras are activated and energized, pranic energy from the basic chakra will gush out with tremendous speed through the back bioplasmic channel (or meridian) and spread to all parts of the body. The entire body and the internal organs are energized and strengthened and become much brighter and more reddish. Activating and energizing the basic and meng mein chakras is considered a master healing technique. This healing technique can be used to treat many types of ailments.
This master healing technique can be used for energizing and strengthening the internal organs and the entire body. This technique is very useful for patients who are weak or very depleted and have ailments involving the internal organs. With some depleted patients, the energizing and strengthening effects are almost instantaneous. It can also be used to make strong young athletes even stronger.
The master healing technique can be used to greatly increase and strengthen the body's defense mechanism. This technique is used on severe types of infection. It means that if your patient has a severe eye or lung infection, then this healing technique can be used. Do not use this healing technique on patients with venereal disease or who have a history of venereal disease, since this technique produces a lot of red prana which will activate the venereal germs, and thus worsen the condition of the patient.
This master healing technique accelerates the healing process several times and can be used on some severe types of ailments. Exceptions are when the patient has high blood pressure or is suffering from pranic congestion throughout the body, which can sometimes happen to esoteric students who overpractice or incorrectly practice advanced types of yoga.
This technique can be used on emergency cases. Unconscious patients who are on the verge of dying can be revived by using this technique. When the basic and the meng mein chakra are energized, red pranic energy from the basic chakra rushes up to energize the brain and the entire body. This technique also accelerates tissue repair (or the growth rate of cells) and can be used on ipatients before and after surgery.
The master healing technique can also be used as a supplemental or supportive healing technique together with the main pranic treatment. For example, if the patient has a lung ailment, then the lungs should be treated (main pranic treatment) and the basic and the meng mein chakras should be activated and energized to further increase the rate of healing. The main pranic treatment can be given before or after activating and energizing the basic and the meng mein chakras.
One of the effects of using this powerful technique is that it tends to increase the sexual drive. Patients should be advised about this and be told to avoid sexual activity to prevent pranic depletion and to accelerate the healing process.
Work with the technique as follows:
1) Apply localized sweeping to the basic and meng mein chakras. With some patients, it is necessary to clean both the back and front channels or apply general sweeping several times.
2) Activate and energize the basic and meng mein chakras for five to seven breathing cycles. Visualize the basic chakra increasing in size up to five inches in diameter and the meng mein chakra up to three to four inches in diameter. Making the meng mein over four inches will result in hypertension.
For advanced healers, the will power should not be used in full force. Otherwise, the patient may suffer undesirable side effects due to overac-tivating the basic and meng mein chakras. Rescan the basic and meng mein chakras frontally and sideways to determine the degree of activation.
This powerful healing technique is quite safe as long as the following guidelines are observed:
1) Never use this powerful healing technique on pregnant women. The energy generated can overwhelm or destroy the delicate chakras of the unborn baby. There is the possibility of miscarriage or the baby may be stillborn.
2) Do not activate and energize more than seven cycles. For powerful healers, the number of breathing cycles has to be reduced. The patient may be overenergized resulting in high blood pressure and possible allergy throughout the body. He or she may feel quite weak and uneasy for the next few days because of too much pranic energy. Also, the brain will be affected and the patient may find it difficult to concentrate.
3) Do not energize the spleen chakra if the basic and meng mein chakras have been activated and energized or will be activated and energized. This will cause the body to be overenergized. The side effects will be similar to overactivating and overenergizing the basic and meng mein chakras, except that they may be even more severe. This is similar to a blown fuse or melted wire due to too much electric current. Do not activate or energize the navel chakra if the basic and meng mein chakras have been or will be activated. By activating or energizing the navel chakra, the spleen chakra becomes partially activated or energized.
4) This technique should not be used on patients with high blood pressure and on patients suffering from glaucoma.
5) It should not be used on patients suffering from leprosy because it would only worsen the ailment.
6) It should not be used on patients suffering from cancer. This master healing technique tends to increase the growth rate of cells, therefore it will greatly increase the growth rate of the cancer cells, thereby worsening the condition. It should also not be applied on patients with cirrhosis of the liver, or any inflammation of the liver, because it would only worsen the condition.
7) Do not use this healing technique on leukemia patients since it tends to increase the white blood cells, thereby worsening the condition.
8) Do not use this healing technique on patients suffering from severe heart ailments. The heart has a strong tendency to draw or attract pranic energy. The use of this advanced healing technique on a patient with a serious heart ailment may result in pranic congestion manifesting as cardiac arrest.
9) This healing technique should be used only on those patients whose ages range from fifteen to forty-five. Infants and children may suffer brain damage due to too much pranic energy rushing upward. With children, their chakras are not quite developed and to subject them to intense pranic energy may cause serious imbalance in the bioplasmic body. For older patients, this technique will have detrimental effects since their bodies and endocrine glands have atrophied and cannot withstand too much pranic energy. As discussed in earlier chapters, infants, children, weak and old patients should be gently and gradually energized!
This master healing technique can be toned down by just energizing the basic and meng mein chakras without substantially activating them. This means that you do not visualize or will the chakra to become bigger and brighter; you simply energize it. Energizing without activating the basic and meng mein chakras can be used for patients whose age ranges from twelve to sixty. It should not be used on infants. This milder form of master healing technique is still quite potent and can easily energize and strengthen a depleted patient in a short time. The same guidelines should be followed when using the milder form of master healing technique.
The master healing technique should only be used by experienced healers, not by beginners.
HOW TO ACTIVATE THE ADRENAL GLANDS
The adrenal glands can be activated to temporarily increase physical strength and stamina.
1) Apply the master healing technique.
2) Will or direct pranic energy to go to the adrenal glands.
3) Activate the back solar plexus chakra for five to seven cycles.
4) Will or direct pranic energy to go to the adrenal glands.
5) After the required physical feat has been done, normalize the meng mein chakra, the basic chakra, and the back solar plexus chakra.
6) The same guidelines used in the master healing technique should be followed. Please read the guidelines thoroughly before applying this technique. This technique can also be used to treat emergency ailments or cases.
ACTIVATING AND ENERGIZING THE BASIC CHAKRA AND THE PERINEUM CHAKRA
To facilitate the flow of pranic energy from the basic chakra to the legs in order to strengthen them, just activate and energize the basic chakra and the perineum minor chakra. The act of activating and energizing the perineum minor chakra is like turning on a water faucet. You do not have to ask your patient to assume an embarrassing position just to activate and energize the perineum minor chakra. Just visualize the perineum in front of your hand chakra, then proceed to activate and energize it. Five to seven breathing cycles would be sufficient to activate and energize the basic chakra and the perineum minor chakra.
Instantaneous healing of a wound is applicable only if the wound is fresh. The rate of instantaneous healing ranges from twenty minutes to one or two hours. How long it will take depends on the patient's body, the proficiency of the healer, and the size of the wound. The healer may take several short rests when energizing.
The basic chakra, which is the source of orange-red prana, is used in instantaneous healing of a wound. The red prana is about sixty percent and the orange prana as about forty percent. The red and orange pranas are projected simultaneously and not one after the other. The effect is quite different if orange prana is projected first, then red prana or vice versa compared to orange-red prana. Orange prana has a cleansing or expelling effect which may increase the bleeding. Red prana has a strengthening effect, and to a certain degree increases the growth rate of cells. Orange-red prana accelerates the growth rate of cells, thereby causing rapid, if not instantaneous, healing of the fresh wound.
It is important that the basic chakra of both the patient and the healer should be activated and energized. This is necessary in order to have enough pranic energy to produce instantaneous healing of the wound. To use the basic chakra of the healer alone is not enough. It would take a longer time before the wound will be fully or substantially healed. The instantaneous healing technique, the master healing technique, and some advanced healing techniques were taught me by my respected teacher, Mei Ling.
The procedure is as follows:
1) Activate and energize the patient's basic chakra for five to seven breathing cycles, then activate and energize your basic chakra for five to seven breathing cycles. Or you may activate and energize simultaneously both your basic chakra and the patient's basic chakra. This is done by activating and energizing your patient's basic chakra and simultaneously concentrating and activating your basic chakra. Visualize your basic chakra and the patient's basic chakra as becoming bigger and brighter for five to seven breathing cycles.
2) Energize the fresh wound with pranic energy from your basic chakra and the patient's basic chakra. This can be done by applying short circuiting on the patient's basic chakra and on the wound. Short circuiting is done by drawing pranic energy from the patient's basic chakra with one of your hand chakras, then directing it to the wound with your other hand chakra. Put one of your hands near the patient's basic chakra and the other near the wound. Concentrate simultaneously on your basic chakra and hand chakras. Visualize the wound being energized with orange-red prana, and as healing and closing. You do not have to visualize your basic chakra and the patient's basic chakra. This is unnecessary and would only make you tense and tired. Just visualize the orange-red prana coming out of your hand chakra but be sure to concentrate on your basic chakra and on the other hand chakra simultaneously. Your visualization does not have to be clear. What is important is the intention or the willing. Continue with the treatment until the wound is completely healed. You may take several short rests when treating.
3) Instead of using the short-circuiting technique to draw in pranic energy from the patient's basic chakra, you can just simply will the pranic energy from his or her basic chakra to go to the wound. It would be advantageous if your meng mein chakra and the patient's meng mein chakra are activated and energized to facilitate the flow of pranic energy. By activating your meng mein chakra and the patient's meng mein chakra, the healing rate of the wound is further increased. If the cut is on the leg, then the patient's perineum minor chakra should be activated and energized. The instructions may seem long and complicated but it is actually quite simple and short.
Your initial reaction to this teaching could, of course, be of doubt. This is quite normal, even for students of esoteric science. Does instantaneous healing of a wound require an exceptional person? No, but the healer should at least be proficient in intermediate pranic healing. Try it several times and judge for yourself. The first few sessions may take you longer to heal and the wound may not be one hundred percent healed, but with practice you can become very proficient at it. If you want to become a good healer, just reading and speculating about pranic healing is not enough. The only way to learn pranic healing is through lots and lots of practice and experiments.
This instantaneous healing of a wound technique is used on fresh wounds. It cannot be used on delicate internal organs because too much orange prana may cause damage to the internal organ being treated.
Orange-red prana is not used in healing the brain and the nervous system. Using it would result in the production of abnormal or mongoloid cells which would only result in more harm.
It is advisable that you experiment with small wounds first, then gradually go to bigger ones. With a small wound, you must first energize it to stop the bleeding. You may use blue prana, white prana or orangered prana to stop the bleeding. Clean the wound and remove the blood by using cotton and alcohol. Energize the wound for twenty minutes and observe the result. Continue energizing if the wound is not sufficiently or completely healed. With bigger or surgical wounds, the procedure is more or less the same. It is important to stop the bleeding first, then clean and remove the blood before stitching or taping the wound together. It is then energized for instantaneous healing. I have experimented with instantaneous healing of small wounds and have obtained very good results.
This technique can probably be used on a patient whose finger has been accidentally cut-off. You will of course need the help of a surgeon to re-attach the finger. The patient should immediately contact the emergency room at his or her local hospital for surgery. In this case, pranic healing would be used as an adjunct to surgical treatment.
You may use pranic invocative healing to obtain the help of mighty angels or mahadevas to accelerate further the healing of the wound.
Light orange-yellow prana (60 percent yellow, 40 percent orange) is used for rapid healing of fractured bones. You can use the basic chakra as the source for orange-yellow prana. Visualize the projected prana as orange-yellow and energize for ten to fifteen minutes. Energize the affected part with light orange-red prana for five breathing cycles.
Green prana is not used on fresh wounds because it is slower in effect and tends to make the wound wet or watery. It can be used in the rapid healing of old wounds and burns. A lot of green prana is required for breaking down dead cells. To heal old wounds and burns, energize the affected part with greenish-red prana (40 percent greenish prana and 60 percent red prana) for fifteen minutes. You may use the solar plexus chakra or the navel chakra as a source chakra for green-red prana. Repeat the treatment once or twice a day.
The healing of old wounds may take several days or longer, depending upon the age and the condition of the patient's body, the size of the wound, and the proficiency of the healer. A big wound has a much higher rate of pranic energy consumption than a small wound, therefore a small wound would heal at a faster rate. A vegetarian whose bioplasmic body or etheric body is much brighter, denser and healthier would generally heal at a much faster rate than those who are not vegetarian. Some small old wounds can be completely healed in a few hours by continuously energizing it with greenish-red prana alternated with orange-red prana.
For fresh burns, cleanse immediately and energize alternately with green prana and blue prana, until the patient is completely relieved. Do not use red or orange prana, since it will produce blisters.
Greenish-violet prana (40 percent greenish prana and 60 percent violet prana) and greenish-yellow prana (40 percent greenish prana and 60 percent yellow prana) are used to regenerate damaged brain, nerve cells and internal organs. Light whitish-red prana is used to strengthen the organ being treated with the above color pranas. The rate of healing depends on the degree of damage, the physical condition of the patient, the karmic factor, and the healer's degree of proficiency. It may take several days, weeks, months, or an indefinite period of time.
Clean the affected chakra and organ with light whitish-green prana. Energize with light whitish-greenish violet prana, then energize with light whitish-greenish yellow prana. Energize the affected organ with light whitish-red prana to strengthen it. Repeat the treatment twice a week. You may use the crown chakra as the source chakra for greenish-violet prana, violet prana and greenish-yellow prana.
Practitioners will need to determine the amount of time needed for cleansing and energizing and adjust as necessary for each patient.
When a person does something with intention whether positively or negatively, the karmic effect is tenfold. This is the principle behind tithing. When you plant a grain of rice, you harvest not only a grain of rice but you harvest many times what you have planted. When you plant a mango seed, you get a mango tree that would produce many mango fruits.
When spiritual aspirants, including pranic healers, do something with intention—whether positively or negatively—the karmic effect is one-hundred-fold. This is no exaggeration but is to be taken literally. To deliberately misuse one's power or what has been taught in this book would have a devastating or crushing effect on oneself. It is wiser and better to do good deeds rather than negative deeds.
You do not have to blindly accept my words. You can experiment by doing something not too negative and observe what happens. You can also try doing something positive, like tithing, and observe what happens. Very often the karmic effect is not on a lump sum basis but is done on a piecemeal or staggered basis, but still the negative karmic effects are devastating. I have personally experimented and experienced the immediate effects of both positive and negative karma.
The law of karma is not fatalistic, but is self-determining or self-directing. It is self-determining in the sense that karmic effects originate from yourself; therefore, you can deliberately produce positive or negative karmic effects by setting in motion positive or negative causal factors. It also means that you are responsible and accountable for your deeds, words, and feelings/thoughts. You cannot blame other people, your parents, your environment or some unseen forces for your problems or troubles. If you get in trouble, then you should get out of it with or without outside help. If you are experiencing a lot of bad luck, or your condition is restrictive, or you are subjected to injustices, then meditate and learn whatever lessons are to be learned from them. Do good deeds to generate good karma. Definitely work hard and intelligently to improve your conditions. By learning your lessons, by doing good deeds, and by working hard and intelligently, you can reverse an adverse condition. It is by working out or overcoming negative karma that one is purified and gains inner strength and wisdom.
Orange-yellow prana is not used to heal fresh or old wounds because its use tends to form ugly scars or keloids. Orange-yellow prana is used for skin or bone grafting. It is projected on the area where the bone or skin was taken. This is done for twenty to thirty minutes per healing session. Orange-red prana is less effective in such a case because it does not have the ability to "fill" the hole or gap where the skin or bone was taken. Use the basic chakra as the source chakra for orange-yellow prana.
To stabilize and prevent possible infection on the grafted bone or skin, energize it with light green prana for five breathing cycles and then with light blue prana for five breathing cycles. To strengthen and facilitate the assimilation of the grafted bone or skin, energize with light whitish-red prana for four breathing cycles and then with light whitish-yellow prana for four breathing cycles.
Pranic healing is also useful for treating patients before, during and after surgery. Pranic healing can be used to reduce bleeding, to minimize the possibility of infection, to strengthen the body, the part or organ to be operated on, and to accelerate the rate of recovery.
Several days before surgery, the body can be strengthened by applying general sweeping and by activating and energizing the basic and the meng mein chakras. The area and organs to be operated on and the nearby chakras should also be cleansed and energized several times. Just before surgery, the part or organ to be operated on should be energized with light whitish-green prana for two breathing cycles, with light whitish-blue prana for eight breathing cycles to reduce bleeding and to prevent possible infection; and then with light whitish-red prana for two breathing cycles to strengthen the area to be operated on. The major chakras nearest the part to be operated on should also be energized with white prana.
During surgery, if required, the healer may apply pranic healing to reduce bleeding, and to clean, energize, and strengthen the entire body, a specific organ, or a specific major chakra (or chakras).
After the surgery, general sweeping should be applied several times a day to clean the entire body. The etheric body or the bioplasmic body is grayish after the operation. Chakras that are depleted have to be cleansed and energized. The area operated on should be energized with light green prana for two breathing cycles, with light blue prana for seven breathing cycles, and with light orange-red prana to accelerate the healing of the wound. The treatment should be continued for the next several days or weeks.
When red and yellow prana are used one after the other, a rapid growth of cells is produced. This combination of prana can be used to stimulate hair growth. This is done by applying localized sweeping to the head area, then energizing it with a little light blue prana in order to localize the prana that will be applied later. Energize the affected part with light whitish-red prana, then with light whitish-yellow prana. Repeat the treatment for at least twice a week for as long as necessary. Never use dark red prana and dark yellow prana. Also never energize with yellow-red prana or red prana and yellow prana simultaneously because it will produce disruptive, if not destructive, effects on the patient.
This can also be applied to plants to produce faster growth. You may perform an experiment for about one month on the rapid growth of plants with the use of red prana and yellow prana. When energizing the plant, project the red prana first, followed by yellow prana; never energize with both pranas simultaneously. Visualize the pranic energy going into the root and into the core of the plant. Yellow-red prana is very powerful and would result in too rapid a multiplication of cells, resulting in the destruction of the plant or tree being energized. This prana is never used in healing.
Red prana, and yellow prana, can also be used to facilitate the assimilation and acceptance by the body of a newly transplanted organ. This would reduce the risk of rejection.
Activating and energizing the meng mein chakra and the basic chakra is used to increase the body's resistance against infection. For more information, see the Master Healing Technique on page 188. A safer technique, however, would be to energize the navel chakra, the palms and the soles with light violet prana.
Different types of prana can be used to stop the bleeding in most cases. To heal a wound that will not stop bleeding, or one that takes a long time for the blood to clot, energize the wound with blue prana for four breathing cycles or until the bleeding stops. Energize the wound with orangered prana to facilitate the healing process.
For nose bleeding, energize with white prana or light blue prana for four breathing cycles or until the bleeding stops.
For hemophilia, energize with greenish-blue prana until the bleeding stops. Not blue prana, then green prana, but both pranas simultaneously. This technique is based on the instruction given to me by my teacher, Mei Ling.
Greenish-blue prana is not used in general sweeping because some patients may experience adverse reaction or side effects.
STEPS IN HEALING
1) Interview and observe the patient carefully.
2) Scan all the major chakras, the relevant minor chakras, the important organs and the spine thoroughly. An affected chakra which seems unrelated to the ailment and is quite far from the location of the ailment may be a major contributing factor to the ailment. Thorough scanning is the key to proper treatment.
3) Clean and energize the chakras and organs to be treated. Use the necessary color pranas to correct or remedy the ailment. In cases where you are not sure of what color pranas to use, work with white prana. For instance, a patient with a lung infection should be treated with green prana, then with blue prana to disinfect, then with light orange prana to expel diseased bioplasmic matter, toxins and germs in the lungs, then with light red prana to strengthen the lungs. White prana may be used at the end or during the treatment to dilute the potency of the color prana used and to harmonize the condition.
4) For pranic congestion, cleansing should be emphasized. For pranic depletion, energizing should be emphasized. The projected prana should be stabilized! Be sure to rescan the treated parts.
5) The treatment can be divided into two parts—relieving the patient and correcting the conditions causing the ailment.
For example, the healer may relieve a patient of a headache by treating the head area and correcting the condition by treating the eyes if the cause of the headache is due to eyestrain. The healer can also relieve an asthmatic patient by treating the throat chakra, the secondary throat chakra, and the back heart chakra. This condition can be corrected by treating the ajna chakra, the basic chakra and the bones.
There are cases in which it is not possible to remove the cause. For instance, a patient may have glaucoma due to habitual tension. It is possible to relieve the patient, but permanent cure will have to depend on both the patient's emotional control, or his/her ability to relax under stressful conditions. Under such conditions, the healer may repeat the treatment at a faster interval so that the rate of healing is much faster than the rate of deterioration until the affected organ is in a very healthy state. The treatment then can be given at longer intervals to counteract deterioration due to the presence of factors causing the disease.
Before treating the patient, the healer should establish a rapport with the patient to reduce resistance. The patient should assume the receptive pose. If the patient is religious, it would be advisable to pray to make him or her more receptive. The healer should be flexible enough to adapt to different patients' needs.
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