The basic are:
1) Sensitizing the hands;
3) Sweeping or cleansing (general and localized);
5) Stabilizing the projected prana.
1) SENSITIZING THE HANDS
Since it would take a considerable amount of time to develop the auric sight, you should try to sensitize your hands in order to feel the bioplasmic energy field or the inner aura in or der to d etermine which ar eas of t he patient's bioplasmic b ody are d epleted o r congested.
a) Place your hands about three inches apart facing each other. Do not tense, just relax.
b) Concentrate on feeling the center of your palms and simultaneously be aware of your entire hand for about five to ten minutes. At the same time, inhale and exhale slowly and rhythmically. Concentration is facilitated by pressing the centers of your palms with your thumbs before starting. It is by concentrating at the center of the palms that the hand chakras are activated, thereby sensitizing the h ands or e nabling th e h ands to f eel s ubtle en ergy or m atter. Eig hty t o ninety percent of you will be able to feel a tingling sensation, heat, pressure or rhythmic pulsation between the palms on the first try. It is important to feel the pressure or the rhythmic pulsation.
c) Proceed immediately to scanning after sensitizing your hands.
d) Practice sensitizing your hands for at least two weeks. Your h ands should be more or less permanently sensitized after two weeks of practice.
e) Do not be discouraged if you do not feel anything on the first try. Continue your practice; you should be able to feel these subtle sensations on the third or fourth session. It is very important to keep an open mind and to concentrate properly.
2) SCANNING AURA
In scanning, it is helpful to learn first how to feel the size and shape of the outer and health auras before scanning the inner aura. This is to make your hands more sensitive since both the outer and health auras are subtler than the inner aura and also to prove to yourself the existence of t he ou ter and h ealth au ras. I n h ealing, we are p rimarily interested in scanning the in ner a ura. It is in scanning the in ner au ra that the trouble spots can be located.
Scanning the Outer Aura a. Stand about 4 meters away, facing the subject with your palms and your arms slightly outstretched.
b. Slowly walk toward the subject, simultaneously trying to feel with your sensitized h ands t he s ubject's o uter au ra. C oncentrate at the c enter o f your palms when scanning.
c. Stop when you feel heat, a tingling sensation or a slight pressure. You are now feeling t he outer aura. T ry feeling t he size and s hape of the o uter aura, its width from head to waist, waist to feet, and from front to back. In most cases, it will feel like an inverted egg; the top being wider than the bottom.
d. It is very im portant that you gradually learn to feel the a ura in terms of pressure in order to be m ore accurate in d etermining t he w idth of the outer, health, and inner auras.
e. The outer aura is usually about 1 meter in radius but in some cases it may be more than 2 meters wide. Some hyperactive children have outer auras as big as 3 meters.
Scanning the Health Aura a. After d etermining t he size and s hape of t he outer au ra, gradually move forward a little, still retaining the earlier position.
b. Stop when you feel the subtle sensations again. These sensations maybe slightly more intense. You are now feeling the health a ura. Feel the size and shape of the health aura.
The health aura is usually about 60 centimeters in width. When someone is sick, his or her h ealth r ays d roop and are e ntangled a nd t he health aura decreases in size. Sometimes, the health aura may decrease to 20 centimeters or less. The health aura of a very healthy and energetic person may be as big as 1 meter or more. It usually feels like a tapering cylinder, bigger at the top and smaller at the bottom.
Scanning the Inner Aura a. Proceed to feel the inner aura with one or both hands. Move your hands slowly and slightly back and forth to feel the inner aura. T he i nner a ura is us ually about 12 centimeters in thickness. Concentrate at the center of your palms when scanning.
b. Scan y our s ubject f rom h ead t o f oot a nd from f ront t o b ack. S can th e le ft part an d right part. For example, scan the left and right ear s, or s can th e r ight an d left I ungs. When the inner aura of the right part and left part of the body are scanned, they should have about the same thickness. If one part is bigger or smaller than the other part, then there is something wrong with it.
c. Special at tention s hould beg iven to th e spine, to the vital organs, and to the major chakras. In many cases, a portion of the spine is usually either congested or depleted even if the patient d oes not complain ab out b ack problem.
d. In scanning the throat area, the chin should be raised u pward in or der t o g et ac curate scanning. The inner aura of the chin tends to interfere or camouflage the actual condition of the throat.
e. Scanning of t he l ungs should be do ne at t he back and at the sides rather than the front in order to get accurate results. The nipples have two mini chakras that tend to i nterfere i n the proper scanning of the lungs. A more advanced technique is to scan the lungs at the front, at the back and at the sides by using two fingers, instead of using the entire hand.
In scanning your patient, you will notice that there are hollows of protrusions in some areas of th e p atient's inner au ra. W hen t he area is h ollow, th is is c aused by pr anic depletion.
The affected part is depleted of prana or there is insufficient prana in the affected area. The surrounding fine meridians are partially or severely blocked, preventing fresh prana from ot her parts to flow freely a nd vitalize the affected part. In p ranic d epletion, the affected chakra is depleted and filled with dirty diseased bioplasmic matter. And usually it is partially under activated.
When t he ar ea is p rotruding, t his is c aused by p ranic c ongestion or bioplasmic congestion. It means that there is too much prana and bioplasmic matter on the affected area and the surrounding fine meridians are partially or severely blocked. The excess p rana and b ioplasmic m atter c annot flow ou t freely. This congested prana and bioplasmic matter becomes devitalized and diseased after a certain period of time since fresh prana cannot flow in freely, or its inflow is greatly reduced and the devitalized matter cannot flow out freely or its outflow is greatly reduced. In pranic congestion, the affected chakra is congested and filled with diseased bioplasmic matter. Usually it is partially over activated f
For in stance, a liv er is c ongested or p rotruding on t he le ft p ortion an d is hollow or depleted on the right portion. Another example is that a portion of the left h eart is congested or p rotruding and a portion of the right heart is severely depleted. The smaller the inner au ra, the more severe is the pranic depletion. The bigger the protrusion of the inner aura, the more congested is the affected p art. The smaller or b igger th e i nner au ra of th e d iseased part indicates the more severe the sickness.
An af fected p art m ay have pranic c ongestion and p ranic depletion simultaneously. 11 means a portion of the affected part is hollow and another portion is protruding.
An ar ea m ay h ave a t emporary p ranic surplus i n which c ase t here i s no thing wrong with it. For instance, a person who has been sitting down for a long time may h ave a b ig p rotrusion of the i nner aura around t he b uttocks ar ea w hen scanned. Since the surrounding meridians are not blocked, the condition normalizes after a short period of time.
Or, an area may have temporary pranic reduction, in which case there is also nothing wrong with it. An altercation that has just occurred is likely to cause a temporary pranic reduction around the solar plexus.
After a few hours of rest, the condition will normalize. Habitual altercation or anger may cause pranic depletion around the solar plexus which results in abdominal ailments and possibly heart disease.
The physical c ondition of t he p atient s hould be c arefully observed an d the patient should be thoroughly questioned or interviewed before jumping to any conclusion.
As stated earlier, diseases manifest first on the bioplasmic body before manifesting on the visible physical body.
There are cases in which there is pranic depletion or pranic congestion in the inner aura of an affected part but medical examination would show a negative result or the part is normal. In that case, the disease has not yet manifested on the visible physical body.
Therefore, pranic healing should be applied to the disease before it can manifest physically.
Sweeping is a v ery im portant p ranic healing technique and it is very easy to learn. It cleanses, strengthens, and greatly facilitates the healing process. Many simple illnesses can be healed just by sweeping.
It can also be used for energizing and distributing excess prana. When cleansing is done on the whole bioplasmic body, it is called general sweeping. Cleansing done on specific parts of the body is called localized sweeping.
The hands ar e u sed i n s weeping. T here are tw o h and p ositions: the c upped-hand position and the spread-finger position. These two hand positions are used alternately. The cupped-hand position is more effective in removing the diseased bioplasmic matter and the spread-finger position is more effective in combing and disentangling the health rays.
Sweeping produces the following results:
a. It removes congested and diseased bioplasmic matter. Blocked meridians or bioplasmic channels are cleansed and this allows prana from other parts of the body to flow to the affected part, facilitating the healing process.
b. Expelling of toxins, wastes, germs, and dirty bioplasmic matter is greatly facilitated by disentangling a nd pa rtially strengthening the health rays. The health r ays a re f urther s trengthened by e nergizing t he w hole body w ith prana.
c. By disentangling and strengthening the health rays, the health aura, which acts as a protective shield, is normalized. This increases one's resistance against infection.
d. Sweeping au tomatically seals h oles in t he o uter aura t hrough w hich prana leaks out. Without sealing the holes in the outer aura, the healing process is very slow even if the patient is energized with prana because prana would just simply leak out. This is one of the contributing factors in regression. The disease sometimes comes ba ck in a few m inutes or ho urs after the patient has been healed when this sealing is not done.
e. Absorption of prana by the patient is greatly facilitated after sweeping or cleansing.
f. Sweeping is a lso used to distribute excess prana in a t reated area to other parts of the body after it has been energized to prevent possible congestion.
g. Sweeping is used to energize by directing excess prana from the surrounding areas of the body or from a chakra or chakras to the affected part that is low in prana. For instance, a mild form of arthritis of the fingers was cured in minutes just by cleansing the fingers and sweeping or directing the excess prana from the hand chakra to the affected fingers.
h. Radical reaction is reduced or avoided by simply sweeping the patient thoroughly.
General Sweeping Exercise
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General sweeping is done with a series of downward sweeping movements only. I n downward sweeping, you start from the head and work down to the feet.
Upward sweeping movements are n ot used i n c leansing but are used only to reawaken patients who may have fallen asleep or who m ay h ave b ecome slightly drowsy. I n u pward s weeping, y ou s tart from the feet and work up to the head.
Salt & Water
1. Cup your hands and place them 15 centimeters above the head of the patient. Do not unnecessarily touch the patient. Maintain a d istance of about 5 centimeters between the patient's body and your hands.
2. With your hands still cupped, sweep your hands slowly downward from the head to the feet following line #1 as shown in RIGHT photo. Slightly raise your hands and s trongly f lick th em d ownward to t hrow aw ay the dirty diseased bioplasmic matter into the SALT and WATER. This is very important to avoid recontamination of the patient with the diseased bioplasmic matter; and also to avoid contaminating yourself, which would result not only as pain in your fingers, hands, and palms, but may result in the weakening of your body and/or illness similar to that of the patient.
3. Repeat the process discussed in procedure 2 (above) with spread-finger position instead of the cupped-hand position. This is to disentangle and strengthen the health rays. This is called combing.
4. Repeat the whole process in procedures 2 and 3 on lines 2, 3, 4, and 5 as shown in RIGHT photo.
5. Apply downward sweeping on the back of the patient by following procedures 2, 3, and 4.
6. It is very important to concentrate and to form an intention to remove the diseased bioplasmic matter. Without this, the sweeping process becomes less effective and more time-consuming. It is the intention or the application of t he w ill w ith th e aid of t he h ands t hat th e d iseased bioplasmic matter is thoroughly an d q uickly r emoved. W ith r egular practice, y ou can ap ply sweeping w ith g reat eas e an d w ith m inimum effort.
7. After the downward sweeping, some patients may become sleepy. You may apply a few upward sweeping movements to reawaken or make the patient more alert.
There is no need to flick your hands after the upward sweeping. Upward sweeping is not a cleansing technique, but a technique to reawaken the patient. It should be applied only after the patient has been relatively cleansed.
Warning: Upward sweeping before applying the downward sweeping may result in the diseased bioplasmic matter going to or getting stuck in the head area, which may have negative physical effects.
1) Plac e y our h and or h ands ab ove th e af fected area an d s lowly sweep aw ay the d iseased bioplasmic matter into the SALT and WATER. This is just like cleaning a dirty object with your hand. (See photo).
2) Strongly flick your hand to throw away the dirty bioplasmic matter.
3) The s weeping m ovements can be do ne in a ny direction: vertically, horizontally, diagonally or in L-shape.
Sweeping is very easy a nd can be learned almost immediately by most people. Sometimes in localized sweeping, the diseased bioplasmic matter is transferred from the affected part to another part of the body. Should you en-counter a similar situation, just simply apply localized
sweeping on the new affected area. How many times should general sweeping and localized sweeping be applied on a p atient? As many times as required. There is no fixed number of times. Usually, I apply general sweeping once or twice and localized sweeping four or five times.
4) ENERGIZING WITH PRANA (using the hand chakra technique)
When projecting prana to the patient's bioplasmic body, you should simultaneously draw in air prana or air vitality globule from the surroundings. This prevents draining or exhausting yourself and becoming susceptible to infection and diseases.
There are many ways of drawing in prana and projecting prana; one of the safest and easiest ways is through the hand chakras. One of the hand chakras is used to draw in air prana and the other to project prana or vital energy to the patient. Both left and right hand chakras can either predominantly draw in or project prana or vital energy to the patient.
The h and chakra is alt ernately drawing in and projecting prana at a r apid r ate. W hether i t predominantly draws i n prana o r predominantly projects prana is a matter of intention or willing. You can u se eit her th e r ight h and chakra t o project p rana and t he left hand chakra to draw in prana, or vice versa. This is a matter of personal p reference. With r ight-handed people, it is easier to draw in pr ana using t he l eft ha nd chakra and project prana with the right c hakra, an d v ice v ersa f or left-handed people. See photo on the right.
Prana i s drawn i n t hrough o ne of the h and c hakras and p rojected through th e ot her hand c hakra. Attention or concentration should be f ocused on th e hand c hakras ( on the centers of the palms) and on t he part to be treated, with more emphasis on the hand chakras. Focusing too much on the part being treated is a m istake commonly made by beginners. This tends to reduce the flow of prana coming in and going out.
Use the following procedure:
1. Press the center of your palms with your thumb to facilitate your concentration.
2. Concentrate or focus your attention at the center of the palm that will be used for drawing in pranic energy for about ten to fifteen seconds. This is to partially activate the hand chakra, enhancing i ts a bility to d raw i n pranic energy. If you intend to d raw in pranic energy through your left-hand, then concentrate at its center.
3. Place th e other h and near the affected part and concentrate simultaneously at the centers of both hands. Maintain a distance of about 7 to 10 centimeters away from the patient. Continue concentrating or focusing your attention at the centers of your palms until the patient is sufficiently energized. For simple cases, this may take about five to fifteen minutes for beginners.
4. When energizing or projecting prana, you must will or form an initial intention directing the projected prana to go to the affected chakra and then to the affected part.
It is a c ritical factor that the projected prana be directed to the affected part; this will produce a much faster rate of relief and healing. Just energizing the affected chakra without willing or directing the pranic energy to go to the affected part would result in a slower distribution of prana or vital energy from the treated chakra to the affected part; thereby producing a much slower rate of relief and healing.
5. The left and right armpits should be slightly opened to allow easier flow of prana from one hand chakra to the other hand chakra.
6. There should be an initial expectation or intention to draw in prana from one hand chakra to the affected part and to project prana from the other hand chakra. Once the initial intention or expectation has been formed, there is no need to further conscious will to project. The initial expectation and concentration on the two hand chakras causes prana to be automatically drawn in through one of the hand chakras and projected out through the other hand chakra.
7. It is important to concentrate properly on both the left and right hand chakras. Success d epends u pon t his. To concentrate m ore on t he projecting h and chakra an d n ot to g ive t he r eceiving h and c hakra sufficient concentration would tend to weaken and exhaust the healer.
8. If you feel slight pain or discomfort on your hand while energizing, flick your hand to throw away the absorbed diseased bioplasmic matter. When energizing, t he h and should be f licked r egularly to t hrow aw ay the diseased bioplasmic matter.
9. Energizing s hould be continued u ntil t he t reated p art is sufficiently energized. The affected part has enough prana if you feel a slight repulsion coming from the treated area or if you feel a gradual cessation of the flow of prana from your palm to the treated area. The flow of prana may feel like a warm moving current or just plain subtle moving current. The feeling of slight repulsion or cessation of flow is due to the equalization of pranic energy levels between your hand and the treated area. For beginners, energizing with prana may take five to fifteen minutes for simple cases and about thirty minutes for more severe cases.
10. Cross-check w hether the treated area is sufficiently energized by s imply rescanning the inner aura of the treated part. If it is not, then energize further until the treated part has sufficient prana.
11. If the treated part is highly over energized, apply distributive sweeping to prevent possible pranic congestion. This is done by sweeping the excess prana with your hand to the surrounding area. Cross-check the result by scanning. If the treated part is slightly over energized by three inches, then just leave it as is.
12. Prana or QI may also be projected through the fingers or finger chakras rather than through the hand chakra. The prana coming out from the finger chakras is more intense. If the projected prana is too intense, the patient may feel pain and a boring or penetrating sensation that is quite unnecessary. It would be better to master energizing through the hand chakras before trying to energize through the finger chakras.
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