There are minor chakras on each eye and on each temple. The ajna chakra, eye chakras and the temple chakras are usually depleted (pranic depletion). The thickness of these chakras usually ranges from two inches or less. In fewer or rare cases, you will encounter eye ailments caused by pranic congestion.
1) Scan the eyes, the ajna chakra and the temple chakras with one or two of your fingers. If the eye chakras are very depleted and have an inner aura of one inch or less, energize the eyes slightly through the ajna chakra by visualizing prana going to the ajna chakra then to the eyes before cleansing. This is to make localized cleansing or sweeping easier.
2) Apply localized sweeping or cleansing on the entire head, ajna chakra, eye chakras and temple chakras. If localized sweeping is done properly, the inner auras of the eye chakras would increase slightly.
3) Apply alternately energizing and localized sweeping on the ajna chakra, the eye chakras and the temple chakras until the inner auras of these chakras normalize in size and in density. The eyes should not be energized directly but should be energized through the ajna chakra. At times, you will feel that the inner aura of a treated part has increased to its normal size but is not sufficiently dense compared to other healthy parts. You should continue cleansing and energizing until the inner auras of the eyes, the temples and the ajna chakra are normalized.
4) It is quite likely that your patient will feel a slight immediate temporary improvement which is a good sign. The treatment should be repeated twice a week. Preferably, the patient should stop wearing eyeglasses to facilitate the healing process. Patients who suffer headache when they do not wear eyeglasses should gradually reduce the amount of time wearing them. Complete healing may take about three to four months.
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