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What Is Pranic Healing?

Feb 29, 2012 03:17PM

Prana is a Sanskrit word meaning “life-force,” the invisible bioenergy or vital energy that keeps the body alive and maintains a state of good health. The Japanese call this subtle energy ki, the Chinese chi and the Greeks refer to it as pneuma. In Polynesian, it is known as mana, and in Hebrew, ruah, meaning “breath of life.”

Pranic healing is a form of energy healing similar to Reiki, and it makes use of prana. As a science and art, pranic healing was widely practiced in ancient civilizations in China, Egypt and India. A cure is affected by simply removing diseased energies from the patient’s invisible energy body and by transferring fresh, vital prana energy to the affected areas with the use of the hands.

Using a scientific, “no-touch” methodology, pranic healing has been known to prevent, alleviate and heal a spectrum of physical and emotional ailments. Practitioner Sherry DeClercq has treated clients with a variety of conditions, including autoimmune, anxiety, injuries and pain.

Pranic healing works with the energy body, including chakras, which control physical, mental, psycho-emotional and spiritual states. The chakras provide fuel for the different systems to function effectively. Pranic healers are able to cleanse and energize the energy body, which enables the body to create better health.

Contact Sherry DeClercq at 520-971-8800, [email protected]

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