Some healers experience pain in the finger joints, or in the hands or arms. This is due to the absorption of diseased bioplasmic matter or disease etheric matter from patients. This can be avoided by immediately washing your hands and t he arms after general a nd localized sweeping a nd als o after e nergizing. In t he l ong ru n, not w ashing y our h ands an d arm s immediately will result in a re gular partial a bsorption of d iseased b ioplasmic matter that may result in arthritis of the fingers. You should use salt and water to wash your hands and arms.
Do not forget to use waste disposal unit (water and salt unit) when treating patients.
Some of the diseased bioplasmic matter may have been absorbed through the legs from the surrounding are a. It is a dvisable to ta ke a s hower, a fter treating a l ot of patients i n one session, to clean the entire body with salt or with salty water. This process has a cleansing effect on the entire body and you will feel your body becoming lighter. Some healers become sick with infectious diseases. This can be avoided by not healing when you are feeling low or after an emotional outburst or intense anger or irritation. These types of negative emotions cause temporary pranic depletion, drooping health rays and punctures on the outer aura. All these can cause the healer to be very susceptible to infectious diseases.
It is also advisable to wash your hands and arms with antibacterial soap or use some alcohol. This is not only to protect the healer but also the next patient.
The healer may become too tired or depleted after treating a patient or several patients. This c ould ha ppen because the h ealer e nergizes in tensely and at a v ery f ast ra te. The amount of prana projected is much more than the amount of prana drawn in. This results in general pranic depletion. This can be avoided by being patient and by not being in a hurry. Heal your patients slowly and gradually.
After treating patients, some healers may continue "energizing" their patients subconsciously.
This can be avoided by visualizing the cords between you and your patient as being cut off after the treatment.
The healer is closely surrounded by patients and they tend to draw in prana from the healer subconsciously, causing the healer to become depleted.
This can be remedied by keeping a certain distance from the waiting patients.
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