It is an ancient modality of healing where there is no physical touch. A healing in person is done with the person usually sitting or lying down while the healer is a few feet away from the receiving person. The ability to touch the energy of the other person extends away from their actual physical body allowing a healer access to that energy. The energy body is half outside and half inside the physical body so no touch is required. The healer touches the energy body causing a chemical reaction within the body just as exercise creates endorphins. The goal is to remove congested energy, normalize the energy or add energy where depletion occurs. The result may be immediate or over time. A healer is an instrument for the flow of the higher and pure energy that exists in earth's atmosphere from above and spiritually from God above.
Energy healing is based upon the principal of interconnectivity. Master Choa Kok Sui explained it like this -- The body of the patient and the body of the Healer are interconnected with each other since they are both part of earth's energy body. It is through the Principle of Interconnected-ness that distant energy healing is based upon. Imagine a web of energy that crosses from every angle every direction and connects at multiple points so that is completely and totally connects every inch of the earth and the persons on the earth to each other. It is like a phone line connection from Florida to England and a similar energetic principle that distant healing is possible.
You may or may not be sensitive to feeling the flow of energy of your own body initially at all. You may feel heat or coolness. You may feel pressure or feather like touch or tingling. After the healing, it is recommended that you not bathe immediately because the physical body takes some time to absorb and assimilate the energy whereas the energy body accepts it immediately. If you have a severe ailment, it may take some time to work on it. The body is dynamic and this method does not replace modern medicine but enhances the body's own ability to heal itself. You must also possess a desire to heal yourself.
2012 Global Pranic Healing Leadership and Masters established a forum to begin research on Pranic Healing and Meditation Twin Hearts.
2013-2014 Over three years, various physicians, researchers and scientists independently and collaboratively initiated and implemented their plans to advance scientific studies on Pranic Healing to improve health, well-being and quality of life.
March 2015 Pranic Healing Research was established to advance Pranic Healing utilizing evidence-based research through leadership, collaboration and innovation.
Funded two research studies including Brain Waves Study on Meditation on Twin Hearts and the Application of Pranic Healing in Pain Management. Also, provided technical assistance to several researchers seeking to improve their research projects including 1-1 consultations, publication support and document review.
September 2015 Co-hosted our first International Research and Development Conference with the Fundacion de Sanacion Pranica Latin America in Bogota, Colombia. Over 120 attendees including, scientists, physicians and supporters gathered to discuss, network and gain exposure to cutting-edge research on Pranic Healing.
January 2016 Pranic Healing Research Institute (PHRI) was established as an official organization supported by the Center of Pranic Healing.
The meditation-and-the-brain research has been rolling in steadily for a number of years now, with new studies coming out just about every week to illustrate some new benefit of meditation. Or, rather, some ancient benefit that is just now being confirmed with fMRI or EEG. The practice appears to have an amazing variety of neurological benefits – from changes in grey matter volume to reduced activity in the “me” centers of the brain to enhanced connectivity between brain regions. Below are some of the most exciting studies to come out in the last few years and show that meditation really does produce measurable changes in our most important organ. Skeptics, of course, may ask what good are a few brain changes if the psychological effects aren’t simultaneously being illustrated? Luckily, there’s good evidence for those as well, with studies reporting that meditation helps relieve our subjective levels of anxiety and depression, and improve attention, concentration, and overall psychological well-being.
Meditation Helps Preserve the Aging Brain
Last week, a study from UCLA found that long-term meditators had better-preserved brains than non-meditators as they aged. Participants who’d been meditating for an average of 20 years had more grey matter volume throughout the brain — although older meditators still had some volume loss compared to younger meditators, it wasn’t as pronounced as the non-meditators. "We expected rather small and distinct effects located in some of the regions that had previously been associated with meditating," said study author Florian Kurth. "Instead, what we actually observed was a widespread effect of meditation that encompassed regions throughout the entire brain."
Meditation Reduces Activity in the Brain’s “Me Center"
One of the most interesting studies in the last few years, carried out at Yale University, found that mindfulness meditation decreases activity in the default mode network (DMN), the brain network responsible for mind-wandering and self-referential thoughts – a.k.a., “monkey mind.” The DMN is “on” or active when we’re not thinking about anything in particular, when our minds are just wandering from thought to thought. Since mind-wandering is typically associated with being less happy, ruminating, and worrying about the past and future, it’s the goal for many people to dial it down. Several studies have shown that meditation, through its quieting effect on the DMN, appears to do just this. And even when the mind does start to wander, because of the new connections that form, meditators are better at snapping back out of it.
Pranic Healing (excerpt)
One of the most extraordinary global movements that is gaining traction as we speak, comes from a disciplined called Pranic Healing. I was introduced to the practice by a dear friend, who is himself a highly gifted healer. We have been attending Global Coronavirus Meditation sessions nightly on Zoom for the past 50 days, and I have found a group of energy healers who more than anything - and for free - want to help heal the sick — individuals, families, communities, and even the planet. Every night over a thousand meditators from literally scores of countries on almost every continent work to direct healing energy not only to themselves, but to complete strangers, and the earth itself.
Now, I’m usually a pretty pragmatic “Show me an angel and I’ll paint it” kind of person…but this feels like it has enormous power: it feels like the real deal. Pranic Healing as a discipline incorporates and pays homage to every religion and lineage, and combines their wisdom while seeking to channel collective energy to do serious good in this troubled world.
Leading 1,000 Healers a Night Through the Global Lock Down
This branch of Pranic Healing, started by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui in 1987, is led by Master Glenn Mendoza, MD. A professor and practicing neonatal pediatrician, he is now President of the Center for Pranic Healing and Chief Medical Director of the Pranic Healing Research Institute.
Every night for the past 50 days, he has led a Meditation for Global Healing of the Coronavirus, an incredible dialogue with participants in which he guides, cajoles and inspires them to meditate, to breathe, to cleanse, to exercise, and to understand more and more about the discipline of finding and channeling the inner and outer light, to heal one another and the earth.
In fact, one might say he is helping to direct light and energy into this dark night of our collective soul. I certainly know these sessions are adding shape and meaning to a rootless, scary time, but I believe they have even a higher goal.
Says Master Glenn, he started this nightly meditation — from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm each night initially just for 7 days. But when people around the globe (it is live translated nightly into at least 15 different languages) started to flock to the meditations, he just continued.
Says he: “Then a strong thought came to me that in moving an extraordinary and noble work a person must have no agenda, no hidden reason, and no self-interest. That makes that person invincible. Just DO!”
So, he was then going to end after 40 days, but now, at 50 days and counting, and seeing the global impact of his teachings, he is in full swing, and setting his sights on celebrating the Buddhist celebration — and Pranic Healing celebration — of Wesak, this coming Thursday, May 7th.
Wesak is the celebration of the Buddha’s birth, on the nearest full moon. “There is nothing so powerful as meditating as a group globally in tens of thousands so we can change the world.” This year, they are expecting a group of over 70,000 from around the world to begin meditations at 5:45 in the morning, ET.
Filling both a deeply spiritual need in so many, and giving us all a way, when feeling helpless, to help someone — Pranic Healing is here, and available to all. The Wesak meditation celebration will start at 5:45 am on Thursday morning, and then continue into a day of study…. The morning celebration is free and open to us all.
It will soothe your soul, raise your spirits, keep your hope alive... and just possibly help to heal the planet.
See you there.
Jennifer Lee Bushnell - The Purple Pranic Healer
Center for Pranic Healing and Wellness
206-B Center Road
Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563
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