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Prana Healing

The trick is to keep on breathing

Authors Sinta and Klaus


Foreword

The book Prana Healing - The Trick is to Keep on Breathing is a comprehensive guide to the ancient art of pranic healing, which focuses on using the life force energy around us to bring healing and wellness. This book explores the principles of this powerful healing technique and provides a step-by-step guide to using pranic healing on yourself and others. With simple instructions and practical exercises, you will learn how to harness the power of Prana Healing can improve physical health and find peace of mind.


Dedication to my Father Mangku Ketut Tirta

I dedicate this book to my beloved father, Mangku Ketut Tirta, who instilled in me the importance of breathing and understanding the power of Prana. Your teachings on mindfulness and spirituality have inspired me to write this book and share Prana's healing benefits with the world. Thank you for being my guiding light and constantly reminding me to breathe.

I love you more than words can express.
Sinta (Komang Sukerni)


Table of contents

About the Authors Sinta and Klaus

1. Introduction: Understanding Prana Healing

2. The Most Unneeded Chapter: You Don't Need To Understand The Energies

3. The Philosophy of Prana Healing: Balancing Body, Mind, and Soul

4. Pranic Nutrition: Eating for Health and Healing

5. Pranic Lifestyle: Exercise, Meditation, and Daily Habits for Healing

6. Energy Anatomy: Understanding the Chakras and Energy Fields

7. Pranic Cleansing Techniques: Detoxifying Your Body and Mind

8. Pranic Self-Healing: Techniques for Healing Yourself

9. Pranic Healing for Others: Techniques for Healing Others

10. Prana Healing in Daily Life: Applying Pranic Principles to Everyday Situations

11. The Future of Prana Healing: Where Do We Go from Here?

12. Conclusion: Keep On Breathing - A Journey of Healing and Discovery


About the Authors Sinta and Klaus

Author Sinta or Mrs. Komang Sukerni

The author, Sinta, Mrs. Komang Sukerni, is a well-known spiritual healer and yoga teacher from Bali, Indonesia. Her nickname is "Sinta." She was born in a small village in Buleleng in 1981. She was one of five children in a family. Ketut Tirta, her father, and Ni Nyomang Sunarsih, her mother, are Balinese Mangkus. Mangkus are Hindu priests.

From a young age, she was fascinated by the spiritual world. She had vivid dreams and visions she could not make sense of. Her parents made her follow their spiritual path.

She started practicing yoga when she was in her early twenties. This helped her connect more deeply with her inner guidance. She also learned about traditional Balinese medicine and got her yoga teacher certification. She added to what she learned in school by learning from healers and gurus worldwide.

Her healing work is based on the idea that we are all connected to a higher energy source called Prana in Hinduism, chi in Chinese medicine, or dark matter in metaphysics. Prana is the life force that keeps our bodies alive and connects us to the universe. When our Prana is blocked or stuck, we have physical, emotional, and spiritual imbalances.

She uses various methods to help clients clear their Prana channels and regain balance. She combines her knowledge of traditional Balinese medicine with the ideas behind yoga and meditation. She also uses sound healing, breathwork, reiki, and tai chi.

Understanding and compassion are vital to Komang Sukerni. She considers each client unique and has problems and needs. She listens carefully to their worries and helps them make a personalized plan for healing.

She is known for her intuitive healing power and is a respected yoga teacher. She teaches her version of Prana yoga, which stresses the balance between body, mind, and spirit. Her beginner classes are gentle and supportive, but her advanced courses can be challenging. The focus is always on breathing, relaxing, and balancing to heal.

Her mission is to help people reconnect with their inner wisdom and live more fulfilling lives. She believes everyone has the potential to heal themselves and that it is her job to guide them on their journey.

Through her work, she has touched the lives of many people worldwide. She has helped them overcome physical ailments, emotional traumas, and spiritual blocks. She is a true inspiration and a testament to the power of Prana Healing.

"When the light is turned on, the darkness will go away,
and if the suffering from your negative thoughts is reduced
by replacing them with gratitude, then happiness will be felt from within you.🤩"
Sinta, Komang Sukerni

Co-author and ghostwriter Klaus 4ster

Sinta's husband, Klaus 4ster, is a telecommunications engineer born in 1965 in Germany. Since 1991, he has worked for software companies that provided the automotive industry with software development tools. In 2009, he started a business, serving bands and musicians with a license to be loud by providing them with rehearsal and recording studios.

Since 2016, he has been living his dream as an investor on the beautiful island of the gods, Bali, in Indonesia. Vitality4Happiness, which teaches people how to live a happy, healthy, and whole life, is his passion and purpose. Since 2016, when he started traveling as a "digital nomad" and doing marketing and controlling remotely, he has been running his business, Rooms4Music, without being on-site.

He is the author of the book "I Love The Islands Of The Gods, Bali," which tells about his journey from being caught in a civil servant's golden cage in scarcity to becoming a financially free investor by moving to his paradise, Bali.

After falling in love, first with Bali and then with a woman, he moved to Asia in 2017. He packed everything he needed in two weeks, gave his business to a manager, and left. Even a broken leg could not stop him!

But in 2012, his life was very different. He was sick, overweight, constantly tired, and every single body movement hurt. He was stuck on the treadmill of self-employment that he had made for himself. He worked for someone else four days a week and continued to run his own business for another 40 hours. Until he gets sicker and less fit, one day, he goes to a pharmacy with a prescription, and the owner, Alois Sterr, serves him and asks, "Mr. Forster, do you have to eat such shit already?" That woke him up!

He immediately put his full attention on his mental and physical health. He runs and takes part in running events. 11 km after two months, a half marathon after eight months, and a full marathon after another three months. During this time, he learns how to turn his self-employment into entrepreneurship. He makes the business grow and then becomes a business owner. In 2019, he sold his company, Rooms4Music, and became an investor.

As he did this, he realized that growth makes people happy, and health is the most important thing they need to be satisfied - Vitality4Happiness results from this insight.


Let's step back and let Sinta tell you a little story

This is the story of a girl who grew up in the eighties and nineties. Imagine this:

A young girl, about six or seven years old, has a big talent. She is naturally good at sports. She is flexible and can do physical exercises with ease and enjoyment. She is just naturally drawn to that. Because of this, she does a lot of sports in her free time. Also, she is good at other sports, such as fitness training, strength training, lifting dumbbells, and all that.

But life pulls her away from that, and she follows traditions. Eventually, she gets married, has two kids, and gets a regular job as a shoe salesperson. For this reason, she moves to Denpasar to be near her husband's parents. But her life drifts away. She cannot keep up with her life anymore because it now takes place in the backseat, behind her husband.

Then her husband became an alcoholic and beat her and the kids. And slowly, over the next ten years, the violence in the marriage poisons her life and her mind. Her mother-in-law finds out that her son spends all the money on alcohol, so she buys her 40 ducks. So, she can sell some eggs each day to buy other food.

When she goes to retrieve the eggs, and discovers that her neighbor has already taken them, after seeing that the neighbor did this often, she asks him, "Why do you do that?" He says: "Your husband sold the ducks to me." She feels increasingly helpless, and her self-esteem drops more and more. Finally, her marriage falls apart, and she gets divorced.

At the same time, she feels that she is not doing anything important. She does not get much respect at her job at the shoe store. She does nothing related to sports at work. Because she has not been working out, her body is not as flexible or mobile anymore as it could be. And at the same time, her mind loses its flexibility, creativity, and optimism.

But she does her best to make herself and her work look nice. She tries hard to do this and to take pride in her work. Sometimes her boss notices and honors it with a smile. She only gets that. But often, not even this small honor comes her way.

As you might expect, she got more bitter, angry, and frustrated while she worked at this job. She is upset that no one appreciates her work. And because she does not get paid what she is worth. But she thinks her work is pointless, unimportant, and uninteresting. This is sad to see.

Ultimately, she gave up on her dreams and stopped using her sports abilities, which could have positively impacted the world. She could have built a career around her passion and followed her muse, which would have been much more fulfilling than her current job. Instead, she lives a poor life devoid of richness and fulfillment.

What can we learn from this story?

When you live a rich life, you enjoy all that life offers. You want everything you do and have the chance to do, and you keep growing and changing. So you can take advantage of more of what life offers. You are learning, growing, going places, and changing. But she did not have that. She got stuck.

She may still get out, but she is stuck because it is hard to break out of that cycle once you have been in it for a few years, a decade, or two. When someone builds a prison around themselves, it becomes a new reality. And one does not even think that anything else is possible anymore.

Even if someone has a dream or hope, it gets thrown away as a luxury that cannot be had, an ideal that cannot be reached, or a silly, far-fetched illusion that is not real. When your self-esteem is low, and your career is weak, it is like having a weak backbone, which is a weak foundation. That will affect everything else in your life.

As a result, you have a poor social life, a poor hobby life, and very little time to rest, play, and enjoy yourself. Also, your physical, emotional, and mental health all get worse. Soon, escaping this situation will seem impossible because you got used to being in this cage.

This is an unfortunate situation. Because having a whole life is what life is all about. A life in which you are constantly changing, growing, and becoming the best version of yourself. And in this case, it is especially heartbreaking because:

This girl was me, Sinta!

But nowadays, I am grateful for the experience because I learned during that time that I was wasting my potential! Each passing day without pursuing your passion prevents you from realizing your full potential. But now I am doing what I want to do, which is study, practice, and teach both the mental and physical parts of Prana Healing and yoga.

Prana breathing and meditation help your mind balance assertiveness and flexibility. Yoga physically balances your body's Yin and Yang, flexibility, and strength. When you restore balance on one side, it also helps the other side.

So, it influences both your mental and physical health. However, an excellent mental balance has a much stronger effect on your body's health than vice versa because a healthy mind makes a healthy body.

And this is represented by the body and its natural beauty. In this book or during a Prana Healing training, I will share all the tried-and-true techniques and practices I have learned about Prana Healing and yoga from seminars and books and put them all into practice myself.

Now, let's talk about your life:

  • How about you?
  • What is your life about?
  • Do you even know what you want from your life?

You only have this one precious opportunity, and it is a miracle that you are alive, that you were born, and that you exist in this magical world. The world we inhabit is nothing short of magical. There is no better way to describe it. You have all these opportunities, and you are living in the 21st century:

  • With all the economic prosperity,
  • all the technological opportunities,
  • and the global economy.

All of this is in your favor, but what are you doing with it? You could contribute to the world by turning your life into an art form and sharing your greatest gifts with the world!

  • Are you just missing out on that?
  • What's a good time for you to wake up from the deep sleep of your consciousness?
  • Stop limiting yourself!

Are you missing out on that opportunity? When will you wake up from the deep sleep of your consciousness and stop limiting yourself?

Take the idea of living up to your full potential seriously. As Abraham Maslow once said:

If you deliberately try to live below your potential, 
then you're going to create a miserable life.

This is a very accurate forecast of your future. What else must I say to get your mind to take this idea seriously?

Because your life is precious!

And the limits you think you face in life are not because the world is holding you back. YOU are the only one who holds you back. While studying to become a pranic healer, I have found this to be one of the best things I have learned: that all the limits there are ones that people put on themselves! At first, this might seem like a bad thing. But in reality, it is the best news you could get. Because of this, it means:

The self-imposed limits 
can be self-released.

That is precisely what I suggest. I am talking about finding a purpose in your Prana Healing practice. You can give your life meaning by putting your energy into your thing. And that one thing is your "life's calling," which is living your dream.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

What am I going to do during my precious time here on Earth?

How will I contribute to the world in the most meaningful way?


Chapter 1

Introduction

Understanding Prana Healing

Prana Healing is a holistic healing method that focuses on Prana. It is widely believed that Prana is the life force energy that flows through our bodies. People think this energy keeps our bodies, minds, and emotions in balance and, overall, in good health. Using Prana, we can turn on our ability to heal and bring our bodies, minds, and chakras back into balance.

This book will explore how Prana Healing works, its benefits, and how you can use it daily to improve your health and well-being. It will also tell you about energy centers, or chakras, and their importance to Prana Healing.

Sinta's Gurus

I learned from yoga, breathwork, meditation teachers, and healers from Bali, India, and England. They told a series of tales that seemed utterly incredible to me. During his class, he asked one of the audience members to act as a volunteer. Up stepped the friend who had invited me to the class.

We took a few minutes to examine my friend's posture as a group. He had never noticed beforehand that he had a profound "S" curve in his spine: one shoulder was much higher than the other, one hip was higher, and so on. The guru treated him by touching one place, then another.

He clearly showed us how his occipital ridge, at the base of the skull, was severely misaligned. He began taking huge breaths of air and lightly touched the base of her skull for only a few seconds. Instantly, the ridge appeared to be entirely even. He felt his hips, touched his shoulders, and ran his hands down his spine.

Frankly, I could hardly believe my eyes as I watched bones seem to melt into place. His spine was nearly straight within ten or fifteen minutes, and his hips and shoulders were aligned correctly. To put it mildly, I was astonished!

Immediately, I came to three major conclusions.

  • The first conclusion was that my gurus had some form of a rare and incredible gift.
  • The second conclusion was that no one else could ever learn this.
  • The third conclusion was that I could never learn this.

By the end of the day, I was just about able to cause bone positions to move with a light touch. I was stunned. Thankfully, I was wrong on all three counts. I soon became my guru's friend and neighbor and often spent time at his home, observing him working and trying to discover how and why he was so much more powerful than the people he trained.

For the next couple of years, I practiced channeling energy each day. I eventually got more creative about how to do the work and found new ways to harness energy and increase my power. I had reached a stage where my guru enjoyed having me work on his body.

Various Healing Techniques

Prana Healing involves using Prana to heal body parts that need it. This is done through techniques like meditation, visualization, and breathing exercises. The Prana healer guides the energy to where it is most needed. This energy eliminates blockages and toxins and balances the body's energy flow. Chapter 7 will cover this in detail and provide you with breathing exercises.

Understanding Prana Healing: A Summary

Prana Healing supports many physical and emotional problems, such as chronic pain, stress, anxiety, digestive issues, and more. It can also help us learn more about ourselves and feel more connected to the world.

Prana Healing has many forms, each with its unique approach and technique. This book will focus on easy-to-use techniques anyone can use, regardless of experience or origin.

Misconceptions and Concerns

Common misconceptions or concerns about pranic healing include skepticism about its effectiveness, disbelief in the existence of energy fields, and a lack of understanding of how pranic healing works.

Research has been conducted in energy medicine, including pranic healing. Studies have shown that pranic healing can reduce pain and anxiety, improve wound healing, and increase immune function. These studies have helped to build credibility for the practice by providing evidence-based proof of its effectiveness.

Additionally, pranic healing has been used as a complementary therapy for cancer patients, with studies showing it can improve quality of life and reduce side effects. It is essential to have more practitioners who apply ethical practices and guidelines to build the practice's credibility further.

Suppose you are looking for a natural and holistic way to improve your health and well-being and that of others. Becoming a Prana Healer may be just what you need. You can change many lives and make them more balanced, harmonious, and full of vitality. To do this, you must use your healing powers and connect with the energy of the universal life force. So, let us get started on this journey together:

The trick is to keep on breathing!


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?


Chapter 2

The Most Unneeded Chapter

You Don't Need To Understand The Energies

You do not have to understand how the energies work to use Prana Healing. Imagine Prana as electricity and a light switch. You do not need to read this chapter because even if you do not know how electricity works or what static electricity or electromagnetic fields are, something happens when you press the light switch.

Before you skip this chapter, do "Your task for today" at the end of it. Your answers are needed to make the best use of the following chapters. This chapter will tell you the secrets of why I'm asking you the questions. But you do not need to understand that to answer the questions from "Your task for today."

Anyhow, if you want to know about the different energies at play, you can look at them. It might be pretty interesting to see how different beliefs, theories, chakras, and levels of consciousness, as described in the Spiral Dynamics model, match each other. Look at the comprehensive Spiral Dynamics levels of consciousness model from Clair Graves, which includes examples of energies, chakras, nadis, Chinese zodiacs, values, organizations, characters, people, animals, humor, societies, and religions.

Since they are talked about in a lot of teachings, if you're interested, let's get started:

Prana healing uses the power of the breath, or Prana, which is the force that keeps life going. It is an ancient method used for thousands of years to heal illnesses, reduce stress, and improve overall health. Our bodies get most of their energy from the air we breathe. Breathing is not only a physical act but also a spiritual experience. It is the best way to heal and feel good again.

All living things have different kinds of Prana, their life force. These energies give us life and control how we feel, think, and act. The Sanskrit words "Pra," which means "before," and "an," which means "moving," are where the word "Prana" comes from. Prana is the source of all movement and the force behind everything we do and think.

Prana's pathways through our bodies are called nadis. There are three principals in nadis on your back: Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna. At different places, these nadis connect, creating a network of energy pathways throughout the body. When the flow of Prana in these nadis gets disrupted, it can cause illness, infections, and other problems that come from being out of balance.

Prana enters the body through the air we breathe, the liquids we drink, the food we eat, and the energy we take in from the earth and the sky. Prana gets to every cell in the body through nadis, tiny channels. Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna are the three main nadis in the body. They all start at the base of the spine and move up toward the head.

Nadi, Ida, and Pingala cross each other as they spiral up and meet at the opposite nostril. Sushumna goes straight up the spine to the top of the head. Chakras are found at the points where Ida and Pingala meet Sushumna. Thousands of tiny channels called nadis link the chakras. This means they control how the Prana moves through the body.

If a chakra is blocked, Prana cannot flow through the Sushumna. This stops the kundalini energy from rising to the Crown Chakra and getting activated. The healing methods unblock the nadis so Prana can move freely through the body. When Prana is allowed to flow freely, it helps the body, the mind, and the spirit heal and feel refreshed.

The 7 Energies of Panca Maya Kosas

The Panca Maya Kosas are the energy body's five layers. In Hinduism, they are called the spiritual body's energy layers, which cover the human body. The five Panca Maya Kosas have the following names:

  1. Annamaya kośa Paripakva citta
  2. Prᾱnamaya kośa Chidra citta
  3. Manomaya kośa Ekᾱgratᾱ citta
  4. Vijnᾱnamaya kośa Prᾱsanta citta
  5. ᾱnandamaya kośa Nirmᾱna citta

The Meaning of Panca Maya Kosa

1 Annamaya kośa Paripakva citta

This layer is the outermost layer of the energy body that is created and grows from food. This layer of Annamaya Kosa is also known as our gross or biological bodies. According to Hindu philosophy, the structure of Annamaya Kosa comprises five tools for observation or perception and five tools for perception or action, namely Jnana Indriya and Karma Indriya. The Annamaya Kosa layer lines the body, bones, muscles, and all other genuine parts of the human body.

2. Prᾱnamaya kośa Chidra citta

Pranamaya Kosa is a vital sheath. This Pranamaya Kosa provides the energy of breath, which can move the Annamaya Kosa layer because this layer is a layer of energy or breath.

3. Manomaya kośa Ekᾱgratᾱ citta

Manomaya Kosa is a layer of mind (manah) covering the atman (soul), more profound than Pranamaya Kosa. This Manomaya Kosa is called a mental power and psychic structure sheath.

4. Vijnᾱnamaya kośa Prᾱsanta citta

Vijnanamaya Kosa is the energy sheath of knowledge, or proper understanding, that covers the soul. This knowledge is knowledge of the true self or soul. Vijnanamaya Kosa is the miniature capsule covering Anandamaya Kosa, which is transcendental understanding, while Anandamaya Kosa is transcendental bliss.

5. ᾱnandamaya kośa Nirmᾱna citta

Ananda Maya Kosa is the deepest layer of energy that connects to the soul or true self and is closest to it. This energy layer comprises several states of bliss or happiness beyond what we can understand.

Applying the Panca Maya Kosa Energies

It is easy to understand what happens when these five energies work. Children can use them easily and enjoyably. But logic can explain only gravitational, electromagnetic, and static electrical energy. Western schools put a lot of emphasis on logic and teach students not to trust their intuition. It completely blocks your Third-Eye Chakra and makes it impossible to see and use the power of those five energies. In Chapter 7, you will discover how to tell if you have this problem and how to open your third eye.

In Newton's equations, it shows the effects of gravitational energy. And if you go to school for 8 to 10 years, you can determine what they mean. Maxwell's equations describe how electromagnetic and electrostatic energy work. After 10 to 13 years of school and a few semesters of physics at a technical university, you can make sense of them.

Scientists realized over 100 years ago that there must be more types of energy than gravitational, electrostatic, and electromagnetic fields that affect physical matter. For example, they realized that the speed at which the universe expands is always going up, which neither Newton's equations nor Maxwell's laws can explain.

However, the five energies of the Panca Maya Kosas can account for this behavior. Metaphysics and quantum physics discuss them; they are easy to figure out just by looking at them. However, they could find no logical way to explain them. Even though scientists have known about them for over 100 years, they are still not taught in schools.

You can make and enjoy a healthy and tasty smoothie with a blender even if you do not know how electromagnetic and electrostatic energy work to turn the blender's engine. You could also jump into a pool to cool off. You do not need to know how gravity, potential, and kinetic energy work to do that.

In the same way, you can use the five energies of the Panca Maya Kosas without knowing how each one works if you use Prana Healing techniques. Chapter 5 will tell you more about them.

5 Energies in Balinese Hinduism

The Hindus in Bali believe in the following five energies:

Bhūmi (Earth):

It represents the physical foundation of life and the material world, including mountains, fields, and forests. It is associated with stability, support, and fertility.

Apah (Water):

Symbolizes the vital fluidity of life that sustains every living entity on earth. It is associated with emotions, purification, and rejuvenation.

Teja (Fire):

Reflects the transformative power of creation and destruction. It is associated with energy, light, and passion.

Bayu (Air):

Represents the life-giving essence of breath that animates all living beings. It is associated with movement, communication, and freedom.

Akasha (Space):

Signifies the infinite expanse that surrounds and connects all living beings. It is associated with consciousness, sound, and emptiness.

Characters of the Chinese Zodiac

Each of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac has its personality traits and energy:

  • Rat: intelligent, quick-witted, resourceful, and adaptive.
  • Ox: reliable, hardworking, and cautious.
  • Tiger: brave, powerful, and confident.
  • Rabbit: kind-hearted, gentle, and peaceful.
  • Dragon: ambitious, confident, and charismatic.
  • Snake: wise, intuitive, and curious.
  • Horse: energetic, adventurous, and free-spirited.
  • Goat: creative, gentle, and harmonious.
  • Monkey: clever, curious, and playful.
  • Rooster: alert, honest, and confident.
  • Dog: loyal, honest, and protective.
  • Pig: kind, caring, and generous.

Each animal also has an element that goes with it (wood, fire, earth, metal, or water), which affects the energy of the Chinese calendar animals' wood, fire, earth, metal, or water elements. The energies of each Chinese zodiac's animals are:

  • Dog, Ox, Goat, and Dragon: Earth
  • Rat and Pig: Water
  • Snake and Horse: Fire
  • Tiger and Rabbit: Wood
  • Monkey and Rooster: Metal

How Prana Healing Works: A Summary

Do you see any connections between the five energies of Balinese Hinduism, the Panca Maya Kosa, and the energies that the animals of the Chinese Zodiac represent?

These five energies move through our bodies through channels called nadis. When the flow of Prana is interrupted, it can cause illness, disease, or an imbalance. Prana Healing works by unblocking the nadis so that Prana can flow freely through the body. However, Prana Healing techniques can be used without much theoretical background to bring physical, emotional, and spiritual balance.


Your Task for Today

Which animal from this list do you like the least?

  • Dog
  • Ox
  • Goat
  • Dragon
  • Rat
  • Pig
  • Snake
  • Horse
  • Tiger
  • Rabbit
  • Monkey
  • Rooster

 

Which element resonates the least with you?

  • Earth
  • Water
  • Fire
  • Wood
  • Metal

Write down your answers. Your answers are needed to make the best use of the following chapters.


Chapter 3

The Philosophy of Prana Healing

Balancing Body, Mind, and Soul

Prana Healing is an approach to health and wellness that considers how the body, mind, and soul are connected. Instead of treating symptoms in isolation, Prana Healing tries to bring these three parts of us back into balance.

At the heart of Prana Healing is the idea that all living things have a life force energy called Prana, chi, or dark matter. This energy is essential for keeping your body healthy, mind clear, and emotions stable. When it gets out of balance or blocked, we feel symptoms in our bodies or emotions.

History and Origins of Pranic Healing

This chapter will help to understand the cultural significance of the practice. How has it evolved?

Pranic healing is rooted in ancient Hindu and Buddhist energy healing practices. The concept of prana denotes the universal life force, which flows within and around all living beings. Pranic healing aims to cleanse the body and mind of negative energy or blockages to promote healing.

The origins of pranic healing can be traced back to the teachings of Master Choa Kok Sui, a Filipino-Chinese spiritual teacher who began studying various healing techniques in the 1980s. He combined his knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine, yoga, and other esoteric practices to develop the principles of modern pranic healing.

Pranic healing was primarily taught to Asian practitioners in the early days, but it has gained popularity worldwide. Master Choa Kok Sui introduced the technique to Western audiences in the late 1980s through workshops and seminars, and it has since spread to practitioners in Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

In recent years, pranic healing has continued to evolve and adapt to the changing needs of modern society. Many practitioners have incorporated technology into their practices, such as using biofeedback devices to measure energy imbalances and track progress. There has also been a growing interest in integrating pranic healing with other alternative health practices, such as acupuncture or massage therapy.

Pranic healing is culturally significant because it is connected to ancient spiritual and healing practices in India and Southeast Asia. It is seen as a way to tap into the universal life force and bring balance and harmony to the body and mind. It has become an essential aspect of many traditional Eastern religious practices and a valuable tool for modern spiritual seekers seeking to connect with their higher selves.

Overall, the history and evolution of pranic healing show how diverse cultural traditions can be combined to create innovative approaches to holistic health and wellness. Its continued growth and popularity testify to its effectiveness in promoting physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

As a Prana Healing practitioner, I have seen since 2008 that working with this life force energy brings it back into balance and makes the body, mind, and soul healthy again. I use many techniques and practices that you can learn and use to do this, like meditation, breathwork, yoga, and energy healing methods like massage, reiki, and acupressure. In Chapter 5, you will learn how to use five techniques.

One of the most important ideas behind Prana Healing is that the body has the power to heal itself. A Prana healer helps the person improve by setting up conditions that help the body's natural healing process. Yes, the client heals themself by taking part.

Removing Blockages

In Prana Healing, there are different ways to eliminate blockages in the nadis. Breathwork, also called Pranayama, is one of the most common techniques. Pranayama is a way to control the flow of Prana in the body by controlling how you breathe. By controlling how you breathe, you can change how your mind, body, and emotions feel.

Breathwork, or Pranayama (Conscious Breathing), is a simple yet profound conscious breathing technique. It is an active meditation that clears stuck energy in the body and reconnects you with your intuition. With Breathwork, you have the power to heal old wounds, cultivate a more profound, more explicit connection with your authentic self, and experience a way of being that is lighter, more free, and in alignment with your soul's highest purpose. When we clear stuck energy, we also allow creative energy to flow. Creativity is a powerful tool for piercing through your pain, letting go of the past, and shifting your life to a place of freedom, joy, peace, and love - organically opening to that childlike aspect of yourself and welcoming imagination without fear or judgment. When you experience a connection with creative energy, pathways in all areas of your life start to open, and you can see your whole life as Art. In chapter 7, you will get your bonus: Deep Breathing Exercises.

To get long-term healing, though, it is less important to treat the physical symptoms and more important to deal with the emotional and mental causes of the problem. Prana Healing tries to figure out why you are unwell or if your energy body is out of balance. This could be due to stress, trauma, negative thought patterns, or unhealthy lifestyle choices. The physical symptoms, like pain points or organs that do not work right, show which blockage or imbalance needs to be fixed.

Besides dealing with these deeper problems, Prana Healing stresses the importance of self-care and being aware of oneself. Practitioners encourage clients to actively participate in their recovery by practicing mindfulness, making healthy choices, and connecting with their inner selves.

What are the Potential Limitations of Pranic Healing?

Pranic healing is a complementary healing practice that uses the body's energy to find and treat medical issues. As with any medical treatment or training, you and your clients should be aware of potential limitations and risks associated with pranic healing.

One potential limitation of pranic healing is that it may not work for everyone. People may have different beliefs, experiences, or energy levels that could affect how pranic healing works for them. Additionally, while pranic healing can be effective in many cases, it may not be able to treat all medical conditions. It's important to remember that pranic healing should not replace traditional medical treatments and that you should always seek the advice of a medical professional if you are experiencing a medical issue.

Another potential risk of pranic healing is that practitioners may claim to be trained in this practice but may not have the necessary qualifications, training, or experience to provide safe and effective treatments. It's essential to research any practitioner you are considering and ensure they have proper training and certification in pranic healing.

Overall, pranic healing can be a safe and effective complementary healing practice. Still, it's essential to approach it with an open mind and to be aware of the potential limitations and risks associated with the practice.

Balancing Body, Mind, and Soul: A Summary

Prana Healing aims to bring balance and harmony to all parts of a person's being. The only thing physical symptoms show is that the energy flow is out of balance or blocked, which tells you how to treat it. In Chapter 6, you will see examples and learn the fantastic ideas behind them. Prana healers help their clients restore the flow of Prana and fix any imbalances or blocks. And when that happens, the physical symptoms go away on their own.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?


Chapter 4

Pranic Nutrition

Eating for Health and Healing

Food does more than give the body energy. But it is also essential for our spiritual growth and general health. Food is a source of Prana, the vital life force that flows through all living things. It is the primary source from which our mind builds the body and medicine. Because of this, our food's quality affects our Prana's quality.

Also, eating positively will turn the food into a healthy body with energy and consciousness. However, a negative mind makes a sick body with low energy levels and consciousness. The easiest way to ensure a good attitude about food is to show gratitude before eating. For instance, pray before you eat. Because the body will feel more relaxed, and eating will be good for the body.

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Pranic nutrition is an ancient way of eating based on eating foods that are high in Prana and avoiding foods that are low in Prana or harmful to the body. It aims to feed the body and soul with high-quality Prana, which supports healing physical and emotional imbalances and increases spiritual awareness.

This chapter will discuss the basic ideas behind pranic nutrition and some tips on eating this way.

Principles of Pranic Nutrition

1. Choose Fresh and Living Foods

Fresh and living foods with much water are as close to their natural state as possible. This includes fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans, and whole grains. These foods are high in Prana and have essential nutrients that help our physical and emotional health.

2. Practice Mindful Eating

To eat mindfully, you have to be fully present and aware while you eat. This means enjoying your food's tastes and textures and paying attention to how your body feels before, during, and after you eat. The Hindus in Bali practice this three times a day in ceremonies, for example, by practicing a gratitude prayer or meditation, sharing some of our food and drinks, or blessing them before we eat.

3. Eat in Moderation

Overeating can lead to digestive issues, weight gain, and other health problems. Eating in moderation means listening to your body's hunger and fullness signals and stopping when satisfied.

4. Avoid Processed And Fried Foods

Processed and fried foods are low in both Prana and water. Often, they contain harmful additives, preservatives, and chemicals that can hurt our health. These foods are often high in salt, sugar, and unhealthy fats, which can lead to long-term diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.

5. Honor Your Body's Needs

Everyone's body is different, and what works for one person might not work for another. Pranic nutrition means paying attention to your body's unique needs and choosing foods that energize, nourish, and satisfy you.


Guidelines for Pranic Nutrition

1. Drink Plenty of Water

Water is essential for good health because it helps flush out toxins, keeps the skin hydrated, and helps the digestive system work. Drink 23 liters of water daily and avoid sugary drinks and alcohol.

2. Eat a Variety of Colors

Eating foods of different colors gives you a wide range of nutrients and antioxidants. Try to eat a rainbow of colors, like red peppers, orange sweet potatoes, yellow squash, green leafy vegetables, blueberries, and purple grapes.

3. Consume Healthy Fats

Healthy fats are an essential part of a well-balanced diet. They support reducing inflammation, improving brain function, and stabilizing blood sugar. Avocados, nuts, seeds, coconut oil, olive oil, and omega-3 fish oil are good sources of healthy fats.

4. Choose Whole Foods

Whole foods, like fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and seeds, have not been changed or refined much. These foods are high in Prana and have essential nutrients that energize your organs.

5. Avoid Sugar and Processed Foods

Sugar and processed foods have little Prana, which can lead to health problems like weight gain, diabetes, and inflammation. Limit how many sugary treats and processed snacks you eat and instead focus on whole, nutrient-dense foods.

Eating for Health and Healing: A Summary

Pranic nutrition is an effective way to improve your physical, mental, and spiritual health. By choosing fresh, whole, and living foods and staying away from processed and unhealthy foods, you can boost your Prana and help your body heal. Listen to your body's unique needs and practice mindful eating to create a more harmonious relationship with food and yourself.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?


Chapter 5

Pranic Lifestyle

Physical Exercise, Meditation, and Daily Habits for Healing

A pranic lifestyle is as crucial as pranic healing practices for getting and keeping your body and mind healthy. Exercise, meditation, and other healthful practices should be built into your daily life.

Physical Exercise

Maintaining a healthy body and mind requires consistent physical activity. Physical activity has several benefits, including improving muscle and cardiovascular health and releasing feel-good chemicals called endorphins, which positively affect mood. Regular exercise is an effective way to manage stress, get better rest, and stay at a healthy weight.

There are many ways to work out, such as yoga, pilates, running, biking, swimming, or lifting weights. The key is to find something you enjoy and can commit to doing often. It does not have to be complicated or lengthy; even a short walk around the block supports your health in many ways.

Meditation

Meditation is a powerful way to deal with stress and feel more relaxed. Regular meditation can significantly help lower blood pressure, reduce anxiety, and increase feelings of happiness. There are many kinds of meditation, from guided to mindfulness practices, so finding the one that works best for you is essential.

Some people in previous meditation classes had trouble calming down during their meditations. So, get comfortable to get started. What is a comfortable position for meditation? First of all, I want to clear up a common misconception about the lotus pose: The full lotus pose is neither the status symbol nor the dick extender of an enlightened yogi.

It is just one option for a meditation position with the benefit that it's unlikely that you will fall asleep. Further, it's an excellent exercise as a hip opener. Flexible hip joints represent an open mind.

Meditation is listening to your body and your intuition. To do this, I invite you to find a quiet, comfortable place where no one will disturb you so you can start meditating. Start by focusing on your breath; do not judge your thoughts as they come and go. If you are new to meditation, you might want to use a guided meditation app or video to help you stay on track.

Daily Habits

Adding healthy habits to your daily routine can significantly improve your body's health. Here are some ways to make healthy habits stick:

1. Stay Hydrated

Drinking a lot of water is essential for getting rid of toxins and keeping the body hydrated. Try to drink at least eight-quarter-liter glasses of water every day.

2. Eat a Balanced Diet

A well-balanced diet of whole foods, fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins can give your body the nutrients it needs to work well.

3. Get Enough Sleep

Getting enough sleep is essential for keeping up your energy and letting your body heal and fix itself. Try to sleep between seven and nine hours each night.

4. Practice Gratitude

Practicing gratitude makes you more optimistic and less stressed out by fear. Every day, take a few minutes to think about what you are grateful for.

Gratitude

You can live a pranic lifestyle by doing daily gratitude exercises or meditations, focusing only attention on your body, and making changes to find your best routine.

5. Reiki

Reiki therapy aims to increase the energy within a person. Reiki believes that someone with low energy will be more easily stressed or sick. However, if the energy is high, the person will feel healthier. When starting the treatment session, the reiki therapist will ask the patient to lie down on the bed. After that, the patient will be asked to relax and calm down. Next, the reiki therapist will place his hands on the patient's body or a few centimeters above the patient's body to channel energy. They are aimed at specific areas of the body, especially those with problems. The therapist will also provide a gentle massage to stiff muscles. The channeled energy seeks to change and balance the energy in the body. This energy stimulates the body's ability to heal naturally, reduce pain, and restore physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual conditions. In addition to channeling energy from the hands, the Reiki therapist will use crystal stones during the treatment session. Crystals are thought to have a calming effect.

Klaus's gratitude for healing

Between 2008 and 2016, my joint and muscle pain got worse. And in the end, I was told I had a rheumatic disease. The doctor gave me a prescription, and I went to the "Am Unteren Tor" pharmacy in Bietigheim-Bissingen. Mr. Alois Sterr, the owner of the pharmacy, served me. Now, imagine that:

You are in the pharmacy. Mr. Steer takes a quick look at the prescription and then he looks you deeply into your eyes. You can see in his face that he is shocked.

Then he asks you: "May I ask you how old you are?"

Surprised by his question, it takes a while until you respond: "Yes, I am 46 years old."

He seriously looks at you and says: "At your age, do you all really need to intake such a shit?"

Was he picturing this: how do you feel? That made me wake up! He made his living by selling the pills, and he was brave enough to tell me not to take them. I realized that something had gone very wrong. I appreciate how honest and courageous he was in saying that to me. It woke me up and made me look for another answer.

Soon after that, I met Dr. Mario Krause from the DZIP (Deutsches Zentrum für Individualisierte Prävention) at an entrepreneur seminar. We had good conversations, and he mentored me even after it ended. I also asked him, "Since I have rheumatoid arthritis, can you test me to see what is wrong?" So, he did a blood test, and we found out I was having trouble digesting. Candida was the diagnosis.

Candida overgrowth is when the yeast Candida albicans grows too much in the body. This fungus lives in our guts in small amounts, but many things can make it snowball and cause an infection.

When Candida grows too much, it can affect the digestive system in many ways. Symptoms I experienced:

  • Digestive issues such as gas
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog or difficulty concentrating
  • Skin rashes, especially psoriasis
  • Mood changes, such as irritability
  • Recurrent infections, such as yeast infections

Other symptoms of an overgrowth of Candida in the gut can include:

  • Intestinal cramps
  • Infections
  • Constipation,
  • Or diarrhea

Overgrowth of Candida can also damage the gut lining and cause leaky gut syndrome. This happens when the intestinal lining cannot keep harmful substances and toxins out of the bloodstream as well as it used to. This can cause inflammation and autoimmune reactions. Too much Candida in the gut can upset the delicate balance of the gut microbiome and cause a wide range of symptoms and health problems.

He first gave candida medication to kill the yeast fungus and then suggested a diet with no sugar or carbs, similar to the principles of pranic nutrition from Chapter 4. My symptoms were almost gone. Well, they did not come back for at least a year. We did another blood test, and the results were the same as before we started the treatment. We did the same therapy again, which worked just as well as the first time. It went away for another year.

The truth is, I still hated myself and civil servants. I was also depressed over my unsatisfying marriage and the fact that I was living in scarcity. I still thought about all of that. So, it kept coming up with the same results over and over. If you only treat the problem on the surface, it goes away for a while, then comes back until you have learned from it.

Prana healers and spiritualists believe a disruption in the body's natural balance of energy and emotions causes candida intestinal yeast infections. According to them, fear, self-doubt, and low self-esteem can lead to an overgrowth of Candida. They also think that the infection might result from the body's inability to absorb and process new experiences, which causes a buildup of emotional toxins.

The holistic and metaphysical way to treat candida is to address emotional and energetic imbalances and dietary and lifestyle changes. Spiritually, candida infection is thought to be a sign of unresolved emotional and spiritual issues that need to be addressed.

Another example is my reaction to the coronavirus vaccination. My arm was swollen, and it gave me a hard lump that was pressure-sensitive for two years after the injection. My wife Komang gave me three healing sessions. First, the hard bump became soft, the pressure sensitivity disappeared, and the swelling almost disappeared.

Hypocritical without medication

Then, I received a strange kind of treatment. While lying on my back, Dr. Krause stood above my head and held my head and neck with his hands for some minutes in silence. Suddenly, he said: "Ok, we are done," stopped his treatment, and asked me to stand up.

I did not know what Mario was doing back then. So, I asked, "Is that all?" He said:

"Yes, hat is all, and my wife can do that even better than me."

Mario and I became good friends and continued to meet once or twice a year. I am grateful for his help, advice, and healing. Finally, I realized he gave me my first Prana Healing session, which helped me balance my energies and improve. If someone asks me nowadays, "Is that all?" I say: "Yes, that is all, and my wife can do that even better than me."

So, I am very grateful to Dr. Krause, whose treatment was to change my diet, and Mr. Alois Sterr, a pharmacist, for making me realize that taking pills to treat the symptoms is not a solution.

My rheumatic disease got better over time because of that. Now, I can move freely. My joints no longer hurt; I have even started running marathons and finished seven or eight. Today, I can move freely, and the joint pain is a thing of the past. But it still comes back regularly to this day. Although I have understood the cause, I have not yet been able to resolve this chronic imbalance in the long term subconsciously. I'm failing here so far.

Is all of this easy to understand? No, but you don't need to understand everything to use Prana Healing.

That's all, and my wife can do that even better.


How do you practice gratitude?

Simple: Keep a gratitude journal. Why am I asking you to keep a gratitude journal? Permit me to tell you a story:

When I went to Bali for the first time in October 2016, we made plans for accomodation and scooters for 12 digital nomads. And when we got to our place to stay, everything was fine. There were no scooters, though. Well, with the Germans' perfectionism, we thought, "The Asians did not get it done!"

So, someone in the group called the scooter rental company. So, they said, "The scooters will come during the day. Do not worry!" About 2 hours later, the helmets were on the table, and the keys were right in front of them. We did not see anyone from the company where we rented the scooters.

It was so unbelievable that they did not ask for a credit card imprint, a deposit, or a contract to sign. They did not want to see our driver's licenses or our ID cards. I wondered why. Because it really impressed me! Why do these Balinese give us so much trust and credibility? Even without knowing us, we are foreigners from Europe! Well, it got me thinking!

I thought about:

  • How do the Balinese live?
  • What do you think?
  • And what are their values?

Gratitude breeds trust

Then, I learned that they have a gratitude ritual three times a day. So, I think this ritual of gratitude shapes how they feel. I realized from this that the Balinese rarely seem to be afraid. Well, that might not be the whole answer. But I think the gratitude ritual I do every morning, afternoon, and night is a big part of what gives them the confidence to live almost fearlessly. And for them to put so much trust in us foreigners."

In the West, almost the opposite is true: they create insurance contracts for many absurd reasons. We want to feel safe and know what will happen. This leads to a life of scarcity and fear. I found that being grateful helped me get out of it.

So, write in your gratitude journal daily. Write five things you are grateful for. You do not have to do it forever, but I suggest doing it as long as you breathe!

Daily Habits for Healing: A Summary

Daily, give yourself the challenge of writing five things you are grateful for in your gratitude journal because feelings of helplessness and fear go away when you are thankful. Write in your gratitude journal as part of your daily morning or evening routine.

Every day, write down five things you are grateful


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 6

Energy Anatomy

Chakras, Energies, Consciousness levels

In this chapter, we will look at the human body, including the chakras and energy fields, and how they correlate to the levels of consciousness.

You may already know that the human body is more than just its physical parts. It has many layers of energy and subtle bodies that all work together and depend on each other. Understanding these energy systems helps us understand our physical, emotional, and spiritual health and how to heal ourselves and others.

The Chakras

In traditional Hindu and Buddhist thought, seven energy centers called chakras are believed to be spread along the spine. Each chakra is connected to a different level of awareness, feeling, and physical function. This chapter will teach you:

  • Where the seven chakras are located.
  • What they represent.
  • Why it is essential to have open or balanced chakras.
  • Which organs relate to each chakra?
  • The typical symptoms of blocked or imbalanced chakras.
  • The benefits of balanced chakras.
  • And how you can open each chakra.

Meditation Chakra

The seven chakras represent different stages of spiritual growth and are often shown as wheels or lotuses. Starting at the base of the spine, the seven chakras are:

"Opening" the Root Chakra

This chakra is at the base of the spine and represents our foundation and connection to the earth. It controls our survival instincts, physical health, and sense of safety.

The primary energy center is the Muladhara Chakra, also called the Root Chakra. It is at the base of the spine. It improves vitality, grounding, stability, and physical health.

The Muladhara Chakra must be open or in balance because it affects how organs and systems work in the lower body, like the bladder, adrenal glands, and reproductive organs. If the Muladhara Chakra is blocked, it can cause mental and physical problems like anxiety, fear, depression, constipation, and lower back pain.

When this chakra is balanced, it makes you feel safe, stable, and secure. It makes people feel more connected to their surroundings, gives them a better sense of belonging, and improves their overall health.

Meditation, yoga, regular exercise, grounding practices, chanting mantras, and improving one's relationship with money and material things are all ways to open the Muladhara Chakra.

Root Chakra (Muladhara)

The root chakra (Muladhara) is the most essential part of being balanced. I will guide you now through 6 opening techniques from mindbodygreen.com. If this chakra is up, the others will naturally flow open. Energy flows from this root chakra and ascends to the others to assist them in the opening. It's often said that this is the most difficult chakra to open.

It takes work, but once it does open, you will feel an energy you have not felt before by opening this Energy Center. You will be accessing the most grounding and stabilizing energy. You think very rooted and confident. You'll feel ready to take on any existing challenge and begin your challenges. You will feel strong in your body and your mind.

The Muladhara chakra is your root chakra, sitting at the base of your spinal column. You can consider this chakra the first domino in the line of energy centers. Open this chakra up, and the others will naturally flow open. The energy flows from this root chakra that ascends into the others to assist them in opening. It's often said that this is the most difficult chakra to open. It takes work, but once it does open, you will feel an energy you have not felt before by opening this Energy Center. You will be accessing the most grounding and stabilizing energy. You think very rooted and confident. You'll feel ready to take on any existing challenge and begin your challenges. You will feel strong in your body and your mind.

This chakra also influences all the organs that make up your natural waste removal system. Therefore, opening up this chakra promotes good digestive health. It brings a natural detox and cleansing energy that makes you feel fresh and healthy. To practice opening this chakra, it is good to stimulate it by placing the heel in the perineal muscle in the Siddhasana sitting pose. A srini mudra is applied while the heels are applied to the area of the first chakra. If a blocking action occurs, you cannot preserve the energy within.

With Ashwini mudra and continuous chakra stimulation, we will also feel Kundalini energy rising, which is the ultimate point of opening our chakras. Ashwini mudra is practiced by contracting and releasing the sphincter muscle. And it will feel like you are contracting the anus.

So, let's practice this: We can experience it by opening up the muladara or the root chakra. There are a few different things we can do here. We will use one of the sitting practices, Siddhasana, where we put the heel into the perineal muscle. Then, we're going to apply the Ashwini mudra. This is where we start to practice the contraction and release of the perennial.

I demonstrate first: Bring a heel in. Place the other foot above or over the foot inside. Now, I'm holding this posture. Now, I inhale and exhale and breathe on the exhalation. And I start to contract and release the anus muscle, the perennial.

The action is as follows: Release and contract as quickly as possible. And once you do that for a few rounds, do it as long as possible. Then, slowly, you release. Come back up and breathe. You are opening up your Siddhasana chakra.

There are many benefits as this chakra governs Your creativity and your sexual energy when it is sealed off. So, to these types of energy, open it up, though, and watch the magic happen. Some people from an open study found the energy that got released unlocked for having fantastic sex. For others, it can be set to creative, helping them build the home or business of their dreams from the ground up.

It doesn't matter what you set your sights on if you harness the energy of Siddhasana and learn how to use it. You'll be able to achieve your goals.

The 6 Root Chakra Exercises To Relieve Stress & Connect With Mother Nature

These grounding practices will help you balance your first (root) chakra by building a healthy earth element in your body, which translates to a healthier mind since the body and mind are so profoundly interconnected. They are inspired by the Indian Goddess Shailputri, also known as Mother Earth, and all these practices help you restore your connection with nature as your mother who can nurture and care for you when you align yourself with her eternal rhythms.

The mountain is a great natural teacher during seasons of instability and uncertainty. It is full of the earth element embodied by Goddess Shailputri. "Solid as a rock" is a great way to describe the earth. You can also see the sturdiness of the planet in the grounded nature of trees, the hardness of nuts, and the rooted quality of vegetables that grow underground. In your body, the earth element expresses itself in your skin, bones, nails, teeth, hair, and tendons.

Earth element gives you the power of perseverance, which translates into stability and a sense of grounding in your root chakra. The following first-chakra-balancing practices will provide you with stability and help you awaken to the power of Goddess Shailputri:

    1. Thank Goddess Shailputri each morning to connect with Mother Earth.
      There is a particular gratitude mantra toward Goddess Shailputri, our beautiful Mother Earth that you can remember or chant when you wake up each morning. Mantras are like spiritual medicine that help you overcome draining, repetitive thoughts to be more stable and present in each moment. The mantra comes from two Sanskrit words: tra, which means "to protect," and man, the "thinking mind."
      I love chanting this mantra before stepping my foot onto the ground. The meaning of the gratitude mantra to Mother Earth acknowledges Nature as Goddess Shailputri, who "has the ocean as her garment and mountains as her breasts. We ask for forgiveness for touching you with our feet."
      The goal of Yoga is a sacred union of yourself with the universe. When you acknowledge your interconnectedness with Goddess Shailputri as Mother Nature each day in simple ways, like saying "Thank you, Mother Earth" before stepping onto the ground, you move toward a deeper connection with Mother Nature and all her creatures, large and small. Gratitude is the opposite of fear, anxiety, and insecurity. Giving thanks each day reframes destabilizing thoughts and phobias into optimism, contentment, and a profound sense of grounding that balances your root chakra.
    2. Stop and smell the marigolds for instant calm and stability.
      Activating your sense of smell is a simple and easy way to ease anxiousness, fear, and worries. Stopping to smell the marigolds has a stabilizing effect on your mind, helping you come back to the present moment. Roses, marigolds, and jasmine flowers have scents that are said in ancient texts to soothe and evoke mental clarity and stability. I love to picture Goddess Shailputri amid the smell of such flowers while inhaling their aroma to balance my first chakra.
    3. Embody Goddess Shailputri in Mountain Pose.
      Standing in Mountain Pose is a simple grounding practice, especially if you are dealing with anxiety and insecurity. Starting your mornings in Mountain Pose support, you face the day's unpredictability with steadiness and stability, like the majestic goddess Shailputri, especially when approaching the practice with this intention.
      Connect with Mother Earth from the ground up. Please close your eyes while standing and visualize a mountain and its stability. You can then affirm that "I am stable as a mountain" and "I am secure inside myself." The affirmations and posture connect with the spirit of Goddess Shailputri, residing steadfastly in your first chakra.
      Then really root your feet into the ground; stand tall, firm, and strong, with shoulders back. Fix your gaze on the horizon. Or look into your own eyes in a mirror. Breathe deeply for several breaths until you feel more confident, stable, and strong.
    4. Experience Goddess Shailputri's stability in Tree Pose.
      Tree Pose is an excellent practice for rooting and balancing your first chakra and stabilizing your legs and feet (any discomfort in these areas is a definite sign of first-chakra imbalance). Studies have shown that the practice of Tree Pose positively affects overall balance, stability, and physical coordination.
      Begin in Mountain Pose (see prior description for details). Close your eyes here and imagine your favorite tree. It could be a tree you used to climb during childhood. I love to imagine the Bodhi tree, under which Buddha was enlightened. Though I have not seen it in real life, its large roots and widespread branches suggest comfort and security.
      Trees inspire because they are stable and rooted firmly in the earth. As you plant one foot firmly in the ground, feel yourself rooting more deeply into the world. Imagine that you are as grounded as Goddess Shailputri and that nothing can shake your resolve. From this place of inner resolution, slowly lift your opposite leg and place your foot on your standing leg, either below or above your knee, but never right on your knee.
      Keep your hands together, with your thumbs touching your heart, then extend them above your head. As you stand on one leg, contemplate how you can be like Goddess Shailputri and live with greater resolve to know your true Self.
    5. Root into Mother Earth with your feet.
      You can awaken to Goddess Shailputri through the soles of your feet, which are one of the central locations of the root chakra. This stabilizing practice calms anyone feeling ungrounded, anxious, or insecure. Spending time in nature is often the best way to bring a sense of refuge, security, and protection.
      Take off your shoes and walk in nature, ideally near a body of water, such as the ocean, a lake, river, or stream. As you walk barefoot, feel the connection between the soles of your feet and the ground beneath them. Sink your feet even deeper. Close your eyes if you can, and allow the stabilizing energy of Goddess Shailputri's manifestation as Mother Earth to calm your worries and fears as it balances your root chakra through your feet.
      Allow yourself to slow down. Experiment by making your footsteps as light as possible, barely touching the surface of sand, dirt, or grass. Then, see how it feels to press down firmly, perhaps planting yourself in one spot for some time. Breathe deeply through your nose. Experience the freedom of traveling, however long or brief, without distractions. Please leave your phone inside or turn it off. Unplug from the outer world and plug into your inner world, where Goddess Shailputri resides.
    6.  Oil your feet before bedtime for sound sleep.
      Oiling your feet before sleep is an excellent stability-enhancing practice. Because your feet contain subtle energy centers (called marma points in Ayurveda) that relieve stress, oiling your feet before bedtime helps you get the most profound, least disturbed sleep possible.
      Warm up sesame oil (in cold seasons) or coconut oil (in warm seasons), then rub your feet with it. Make sure to do it slowly to relieve stress and tension in your feet. Massage between your toes, press on the soles of your feet, and move in a circular motion around your ankle joints.
      Sneha is a Sanskrit word that means "to oil." It also means "to love," making. This is a beautiful practice for awakening the love of Goddess Shailputri in the soles of your feet.

So here's how to open it up: All-body pranayama is a great practice to follow and warm up this second chakra. It's a rapid movement that vibrates inside and outside the body. This rapid diaphragmatic movement makes a lot of heat, stimulating the chakra. Let me demonstrate how to do this, and then you can try.

So, I take a seated posture that's very stable. Once I feel stable, I start to inhale and exhale first. And then I inhale about halfway. And I suck the stomach in. So I don't need to breathe in; the breath automatically comes in as a result of me sucking in my stomach and pushing out the air rapidly. As the air goes out, it creates a vacuum, and I don't need to breathe in. It just comes back naturally. I'll do a few rounds so you can see what it looks like.

I inhale, and I exhale. and I inhale.

This is a good warm-up for stimulating the chakra, and the following Udhianabanda practice will help open the Swadeshana. I would demonstrate. So first, I have to squeeze all the air out of the stomach and the lungs, and then I create a suction where I move upwards, but I don't release the air. Okay, so I exhale all the air out. I keep it in and then move everything upwards. It's going to look like this.

I inhale.

So when they release first, I bring up the head and then release the button. Now, I'll guide you to sit comfortably and take a few inhalations and exhalations.

As we've mentioned, you can think of the spinal column several times. All seven circles sit on a sliding scale. Bottomans move up each chakra's focal point, and the benefit of opening them goes from physical and tangible to spiritual and ethereal. The Ina chakras are high on that scale. So, the practice of opening them will help you and provide you with benefits that are more spiritual and mental. In this session, I'll walk you through how to do it. A central part of the practice we will learn in this session is morcha PR.

Armor is one of the most subtle practices. You'll learn yet. One of the most potent Mortua measures three distinct practices into one. These three crucial times are crucial to unlocking your Ina chakra or the third eye. As it is known, the three practices are as follows. Kachari mudra will apply this puja first, which involves curling the tongue to the back of the throat. Somebody, Mudra, will use this puja second, and it requires bringing our eyes and gazes up between the eyebrows, fixing our eyes, and Gazing at our third eye.

Finally, we'll use the Kumbaka breathing retention Technique we learned in the last session. When we combine these practices, distractions are removed, and our mind is drawn inward. Our focus becomes very sharp and singular, and we more easily remain in the present instead of floating into the future or the past. After this practice, you'll feel more conscious of your actions and surroundings. You contemplate more considerable truths and are not interested in smaller or past attachments.

You'll be free of distractions and live more in each moment. I would demonstrate first. So, to begin with, I'm raising my head at about a 45-degree angle. I'm not taking it too far back; I'm just bringing it to a comfortable place. Once my head is up, I'm going to start curling my tongue to the back of my throat. This is Ketchari Mudra. So I take the tongue.

As far as I can go, I apply Uujai breath once I use it. This is breathing in and out very slowly, so it sounds like.

Once you get comfortable with that breath, you start to apply somebody's mudra, and you bring your eyes to the third eye like this: Once you get comfortable with that, you come to breath retention, come back. And you hold your breath either in or out? So this will all look like this: My head goes up, my tongue comes to the back of my throat, I start to retain my breath, and I look upwards.

You know, you only stay up here as long as it's comfortable, and when you need to come out, you first lower your head, release your tongue, release your breath, and breathe normally.

The benefit of opening this chakra is very simple self-realization. The key often isn't to open it up but to keep it open, like if you've ever interacted with someone who doesn't seem to be looking in any particular direction. But it is simply observing and absorbing their surroundings.

2. Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana)

This chakra is in the lower abdomen and is in charge of our emotions, sexuality, pleasure, and creativity. The water element is linked to the Svadhisthana chakra, also called the Sacral Chakra. This chakra is thought to be in balance for emotional and physical health.

The reproductive organs, the kidneys, the bladder, and the lower back are all linked to the Svadhisthana chakra. If this chakra is blocked, you might have a low libido, a lack of creativity, unstable emotions, physical imbalances, problems with your reproductive organs, or problems with your urinary tract.

When the Svadhisthana chakra is unblocked, it supports you feel emotionally stable, boosts your creativity, increases your sexual desire, and improves your relationships. We can open this chakra in many ways, such as through meditation, yoga, practicing mindfulness, breathing exercises, or working with an energy healer.

Meditation can be done by focusing on the area of the chakra and repeating a mantra or imagining an orange-colored light. Some yoga poses that support opening the Sacral Chakra are the pigeon pose, the downward dog pose, and the cobra pose. Mindfulness means being aware of your thoughts and feelings without judging them. Breathing exercises help to release tension and negative emotions.

When you work with an energy healer, they might use reiki, acupuncture, or crystals to help balance the energy of your chakras. Keeping the Svadhisthana chakra balanced is vital to keeping your physical and emotional health at its best.

3. Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura)

This chakra is in the upper abdomen and controls our willpower, sense of personal power, and self-esteem. A balanced Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura) is important because it is the center of our energy, confidence, and self-esteem. The stomach, liver, pancreas, and small intestine are all connected to this chakra.

When this chakra is blocked, it can cause digestive problems, weight gain, and chronic fatigue, among other things. Emotionally, a blocked Solar Plexus Chakra can make you feel unsafe, low in self-esteem, unmotivated, anxious, or depressed.

On the other hand, a Solar Plexus Chakra that is not blocked can bring many benefits, such as more self-confidence, self-esteem, personal power, and motivation. It can also help digestion, metabolism, and energy levels. One can do the following things to open the Solar Plexus Chakra:

  1. Practice abdominal breathing and yoga poses that stimulate the Solar Plexus Chakra, like Boat Pose (Navasana), Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana), and Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III).
  2. Wear yellow clothes, eat yellow foods like bananas and pineapple, and put stones like citrine and yellow topaz around you.
  3. During meditation, focus on seeing a bright yellow light coming from the Solar Plexus Chakra while chanting a mantra related to this chakra, such as "Ram."
  4. Say positive affirmations to yourself, like "I am worthy and deserving of everything I want" or "I trust in my inner power and strength."

A healthy physical, emotional, and mental state depends on an open Solar Plexus Chakra, and there are many ways to bring balance and harmony to this area of the body.

4. Heart Chakra (Anahata)

The Heart Chakra, or Anahata, is in the middle of the chest. It represents love, compassion, and emotional balance. This chakra controls our ability to love and be loved, to connect with others, and to understand them.

Keeping your Heart Chakra open is essential because it helps you feel emotional, have good relationships, and grow spiritually. The heart, lungs, thymus gland, and circulatory system are all connected to the Heart Chakra.

If your Heart Chakra is blocked, you may feel isolated, lonely, depressed, anxious, unable to feel empathy, angry, or resentful. Heart palpitations, asthma, and other breathing problems may be physical signs.

On the other hand, when the Heart Chakra is unblocked, it has many benefits, such as

  • Increased ability to give and receive love
  • Improved emotional intelligence and empathy
  • Development of self-love and self-compassion
  • Strengthened immune system
  • Improved cardiovascular health
  • Better overall physical and mental health

Some ways to open the Heart Chakra include doing heart-opening yoga poses, taking care of yourself, spending time in nature, learning to forgive, showing gratitude, and doing acts of kindness. We can also bring the Heart Chakra back into balance through therapy, meditation, and energy healing.

5. Throat Chakra (Vishuddha)

This chakra is in the throat and controls how we communicate, express ourselves, and speak our truth. The Throat Chakra, also called the Vishuddha, is vital for good communication, expression, and creativity. If this chakra is blocked or out of balance, it can cause physical and emotional symptoms, trouble communicating, and an inauthentic way of expressing oneself.

This chakra is around the neck and is connected to the thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, cervical spine, throat, mouth, tongue, and ears. So, problems with these organs could mean that the Throat Chakra is out of balance. When the Throat Chakra is blocked, these things can happen:

  • Difficulty expressing oneself
  • Fear of public speaking
  • Thyroid issues
  • Stuttering
  • Sore throat
  • Ear infections
  • Jaw pain
  • Neck pain
  • Lack of creativity
  • Inability to listen to others

On the other hand, if your Throat Chakra is open and in balance, you can get many benefits, such as:

  • Improved communication and self-expression
  • Confidence in public speaking
  • Enhanced creativity
  • Increased authenticity in self-expression
  • Better listening skills
  • Improved thyroid function

To unblock the Throat Chakra, there are various methods one can use, such as:

  • Singing or chanting: This opens the throat and brings energy to the chakra through vibrations.
  • Expressive writing: Putting your thoughts and feelings on paper supports unblocking the chakra.
  • Meditating: Focus on the area around your throat and picture a blue light that supports the opening of the chakra.
  • Practicing neck stretches: Stretching the neck supports the release of tension and helps energy flow through the chakras.
  • Affirmations: Repeating positive statements and affirmations about self-expression and communication support open and balance the throat chakra. A balanced Throat Chakra is vital for good communication and creativity.

6. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna)

The Third Eye Chakra, also known as the Ajna chakra, is between the eyebrows in the middle of the forehead. It is thought to be the center of intuition, insight, wisdom, the ability to see beyond the physical world, and spiritual awareness.

The pineal gland, the eyes, the pituitary gland, and the brain are all body parts linked to the Third-Eye Chakra. When the Third-Eye Chakra is blocked, it can manifest as physical symptoms like headaches, eyestrain, and eye problems, as well as emotional symptoms like anxiety, confusion, and a lack of direction.

On the other hand, when the Third-Eye Chakra is open, it can make you more intuitive and spiritually aware and help you feel more connected to yourself and others. There are many ways to open the Third-Eye Chakra, including meditation, visualization, yoga, and energy healing techniques like reiki or acupuncture.

7. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara)

This chakra is at the top of the head and represents our connection to spiritual consciousness and the divine. The seventh chakra is the Crown Chakra, also called Sahasrara. It is at the top of the head and represents the spiritual connection to the sacred, enlightenment, and spiritual awareness. Opening the Crown Chakra is vital because it is the doorway to higher consciousness, divine wisdom, and the universe.

The brain, nervous system, and pineal gland are all body parts linked to the Crown Chakra. When this chakra is blocked, it can make you feel alone, confused, and like you do not have a purpose in life. When the Crown Chakra is blocked, people usually feel:

  • A sense of being cut off from spirituality
  • Not being able to meditate
  • Feeling stuck in limited beliefs
  • Lack of ideas and inspiration
  • Migraines and other types of head pain

When the Crown Chakra is in balance, there are many benefits, such as:

  • Greater spiritual connection
  • Clarity and focus
  • Increased awareness and intuition
  • Deepening of meditation and spiritual practices
  • Greater sense of purpose and meaning

Some ways to open and balance the Crown Chakra may be:

  • Meditation and mindfulness practices
  • Practicing gratitude and positive affirmations
  • Connecting with nature
  • Yoga and other physical activities
  • Sound healing and vibrational therapies

It is important to remember that clearing the Crown Chakra takes time, effort, and patience. If this chakra is blocked or out of balance, it can lead to physical, emotional, and mental symptoms. For example, a problem with the Solar Plexus Chakra can lead to digestive issues, low self-esteem, and a lack of motivation.

Meditation and yoga are other ways to open and balance blocked or out-of-balance chakras. To keep the chakras open and balanced, you must find the best method for you and do it regularly. It is often best to get advice from a trained practitioner or teacher to choose the proper method for effective practices.

Energy Fields

Along with the chakras, the human body also has several energy fields that surround and pass through the physical body. These fields are often called the aura or biofield, creating a barrier between our physical body and the outside world.

The aura comprises several layers, each representing a different part of our identity. The layers closest to the body are denser and reflect our physical, emotional, and mental states. The outer layers are more ethereal and represent our spiritual side.

A healthy aura is clear, bright, and vibrant, while a damaged or weak aura may look dull, cloudy, or dark. Auras can also pick up external energies and become polluted, which can cause illness or dysfunction.

Healing the Energy Body

Healing the energy body involves working with the chakras and energy fields to restore balance and harmony. Meditation, yoga, reiki, and other forms of energy healing support clear blockages and strengthen the energy body.

It is important to remember that healing the energy body is not a replacement for medical or mental health care. Instead, it works on a higher level than traditional medicine to help heal the energy body and get to the root of the problem. This makes symptoms disappear without causing unwanted side effects, which often happen when you try to hide them, like when taking painkillers to treat pain.

Chakras and Energy Fields: A Summary

Anyone interested in energy healing or holistic health must know about chakras and energy fields. By learning about our energy anatomy, we can better understand ourselves and others and work toward better physical, emotional, and spiritual health.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 7

Pranic Cleansing Techniques

Detoxifying Your Body and Mind

Pranic cleansing techniques are an excellent way to clean your mind and body. They help you get reliminaterities, negative energies, blockages, and toxins that can cause your body and mind to feel out of balance.

Here are some pranic cleansing techniques I use and teach to help your body and mind get rid of toxins:

1. Pranic Breathing Technique

The pranic breathing technique is a simple but powerful way to cleanse your body and mind. For this technique, you breathe deeply by taking slow, deep breaths in and out. When you breathe in, imagine taking in pure pranic energy. When you breathe out, imagine releasing all the toxins and negative energy from your body.

The significant benefits of breathing exercises are:

1. Reducing Stress and Anxiety

Deep breathing exercises can significantly reduce stress and anxiety by triggering a relaxation response. This helps to lower the heart rate, blood pressure, and muscle tension, making you feel calmer and more centered.

2. Improving Mental Clarity and Focus

Deep breathing exercises can enhance mental clarity and focus by increasing the oxygen flow to the brain. This improves cognitive function and supports improved memory, concentration, and productivity.

3. Boosting Immune Function

Deep breathing exercises can stimulate the lymphatic system, which plays a crucial role in the immune system. This support increases the body's ability to fight infections and diseases.

4. Supporting Digestive Health

Deep breathing exercises can promote digestion by improving blood flow and oxygenation to the digestive organs. This helps to ease symptoms like bloating, constipation, and indigestion.

5. Enhancing Sleep Quality

Deep breathing exercises can improve sleep quality by promoting relaxation and reducing stress and anxiety. This helps you fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply, and wake up feeling refreshed.

6. Improving Physical Performance

Deep breathing exercises can enhance physical performance by increasing muscle oxygen delivery. This helps to improve endurance, strength, and overall athletic performance.

7. Mitigating Chronic Pain

Deep breathing exercises help to alleviate chronic pain by inducing relaxation and promoting better breathing patterns. This helps reduce tension and inflammation, common contributors to chronic pain.

Do you know your body's garbage collection system is your breathing system? You would have to know more about your breathing system to believe that. So, let us check out this video:

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2. Pranic Bath

Taking a pranic bath is another good way to cleanse your energy. Add essential oils and salt to your bath water for a pranic bath. As Yotubak is in the tub, imagine you are soaking up pure pranic energy in your body and mind.

3. Pranic Cleaning Exercise

Pranic cleansing exercises are a straightforward method of eliminating negative energy and other bodily impurities. To do this exercise, stand with your arms at your sides and your back straight. Imagine that a sphere of white light is all around your body. Imagine white light filling your body with pure pranic energy. As you breathe in, picture all the bad energy and toxins leaving your body.

4. Pranic Meditation

Pranic Meditation

Meditation is a great way to clean out your mind and body. Find a quiet place where you can sit comfortably to do pranic meditation. Close your eyes and pay attention to your breathing. Imagine that when you breathe in, you breathe Pranic energy that cleans your body and mind. As you breathe out, imagine that your body's dirt, toxins, and bad energy are leaving.

5. Pranic Healing

Pranic healing is a powerful method that helps eliminate toxins from your body and mind. With this technique, you use pranic energy to heal and balance the energy centers in your body. Pranic healing can be done by someone trained to do it, or you can learn how to do it yourself.

Detoxifying Your Body and Mind: A Summary

Pranic cleansing is an excellent way to eliminate toxins from your body and mind. These techniques help you eliminate impurities, negative energies, blockages, and toxins that make your body and mind feel out of balance. Use these techniques often to keep your life healthy and well-balanced.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 8

Pranic Self-Healing

Techniques for Healing Yourself

This chapter will discuss the self-healing methods I use and teach. These techniques are based on the principles of pranic healing and help you heal from physical, emotional, or spiritual problems.

Do you know that talking to your body is a great way to become more aware of and conscious of your physical body? Well, it is not that hard! Get into meditation.

Close your eyes and calm your mind. Then, you can talk to your organs that do not feel so good and ask them:

  • How are you doing?
  • What do you want to tell me?
  • What do you need?
  • Why is it this way?
  • And why do you feel the way you currently think?
  • What do you want me to do?
  • What is the next step to take?

You can also think about and picture the ideal state.

How do you want it to be?

Imagine you have a TV remote that you can use to change the volume, brightness, and contrast. If you are in pain, for example, you can use this remote control to make the pain less intense, bright, and contrasty. When you point this remote control at a body part, an organ, a leg, or pain, you will feel the pain go away simultaneously.

Keep thinking and feeling this way for a while. Okay, talk to your organs. You will see how easy it is and how great the results are.

When Your Chakras Are Out of Balance ...

Our chakras are whirlpools of energy rotating (like whirlpools) in funnels of multi-colored lights. "chakra" comes from the Sanskrit word, which means wheel or disc. Chakras are like vortexes, like eddies, energy centers. Our body has seven main energy centers and many smaller ones. They are charged and recharged through contact with cosmic energy, which flows in the atmosphere, just as your home is connected to the city's primary power source.

There are seven main energy centers in the body, known as chakras. Each chakra is located throughout our body, and those correlate with specific bodily ailments and physical dysfunctions. Each energy center also has our mental and emotional power. When we have a physical problem, it creates a weakness in our emotional behavior. When we release lousy energy from the body, we can release stiffness, discomfort, or damage to that area.

Sometimes, chakras get blocked due to stress or emotional or physical problems. If the body's 'energy system' cannot flow freely, it will likely create a problem. The consequences of this disorganized energy flow can lead to physical ailments and discomfort or a sense of mental and emotional imbalance.

Energy cleansing can also balance our emotional state. Chakra, the balance of body and mind, works in two directions: if we deal with specific fears and emotions, we also experience physical blocks.

If you experience pain or stiffness or recurring emotions or fears, you need to take the time to return to yourself and open blocked chakra energy. The healer will guide you in opening your energy.

The Chakra healing process

  1. Meditation cleanses and balances the chakras.
  2. Massages nerve points gently.
  3. Help to stretch stiff muscles.
  4. I am cleansing meditation with mana tra for every chakra.
  5. Lace crystals in each chakra. Which neutralizes the problematic chakra with the support of the mantra.
  6. Finally, the healer will play a singing bowl to cleanse and provide peaceful, serene, and calm energy in your body and mind.

Your Task for Today

  • Do a talk-to-your-body meditation
  • Write down what you're experiencing during that meditation

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


5 Healing Techniques

After listening to what your body is telling you, you can use a mix of the following healing methods:

Technique 1: Breathing

Breathing is essential to pranic healing and works best when done correctly. The technique involves deep breathing, which helps increase the flow of Prana in the body. Start by taking a deep breath and releasing it slowly. Repeat the process several times and focus on your breath. This technique can be used at any time of the day and is helpful when you feel stressed or worried.

Technique 2: Chakra Healing

The chakras are the body's energy centers essential to pranic healing. Each chakra is connected to a specific body part and represents a different part of our lives. When a chakra is blocked, it can lead to physical, emotional, or spiritual problems. To heal the chakras, start by focusing on each one individually. Imagine the chakra as a spinning wheel of energy, getting brighter and more alive with each breath. You can also use different colors to heal specific chakras.

Technique 3: Meditation

Meditation is a great way to calm your body and mind and connect with your inner self. It reduces stress and anxiety and makes you feel better all around. Find a quiet, comfortable place to sit so you can meditate. Close your eyes and pay attention to how you breathe. Imagine a bright light entering your body and filling it with positive energy.

Morning Affirmation

You can also improve your meditation practice by using different mantras or affirmations. This morning affirmation primes your mind to tap the realm of infinite power within you. It will enable you to get what you want in life. You desire a happier, fuller, and more ritual life. So, use these miracle-working affirmations.

If you add this morning affirmation to your daily morning routine, you will smooth your way through Daily Affairs, solve business problems, and restore your relationships. 

  •  If it resonates with you, I will be decisive
  • I am letting go
  • I am light
  • I am accepting of who I am
  • I am safe
  • I am honoring myself and others
  • I am confident
  • I am freedom
  • I am connected to Mother Earth
  • I am worthy
  • I am magnificent
  • I love all that I am
  • I am creating the life of my dreams
  • I love all that you are
  • I am a part of the greater whole
  • I am aligned with my inner power
  • I am wellness
  • I am abundance
  • I appreciate all that I have
  • I am happy
  • I am healthy
  • I am at one with all that is
  • I am in the flow of life
  • I am here to grow and expand
  • I am supportive of life
  • I am a joyous being of light
  • I am well-being
  • I am grateful
  • I am all that is
  • I am healing
  • I am peaceful
  • I am love
  • I am honoring my higher self
  • I am a soul
  • I am the truth
  • I am accepting change
  • I am a life force beyond belief
  • I am light
  • I am allowing
  • A universal source loves me
  • I am here to learn
  • I am co-creating a universe of magnificence
  • I am comfortable
  • I am choosing my life moment by moment
  • I am life itself
  • I am connected to everything that is
  • I am grateful
  • I am powerful
  • I am love
  • I am letting go
  • I am accepting of who I am
  • I am safe
  • I am honoring myself and others
  • I am confident
  • I am freedom
  • I am connected to Mother Earth
  • I am worthy
  • I am magnificent
  • I love all that I am
  • I am creating the life of my dreams
  • I love all that you are
  • I am a part of the greater whole
  • I am aligned with my inner power
  • I am wellness
  • I am abundance
  • I appreciate all that I have
  • I am happy
  • I am healthy
  • I am at one with all there is
  • I am in the flow of life
  • I am here to grow and expand
  • I am supportive of life
  • I am a joyous being of light
  • I am well-being
  • I am grateful
  • I am all that is
  • I am healing
  • I am peaceful
  • I am love
  • I am honoring my highest self
  • I am a soul
  • I am the truth
  • I am accepting change
  • I am a life force beyond belief
  • I am light
  • I am allowing
  • A universal source loves me
  • I am here to learn
  • I am co-creating a universe of magnificence
  • I am comfortable
  • I am choosing my life moment by moment
  • I am life itself
  • I am connected to everything that is
  • I am grateful
  • I am, yes, I am

Technique 4: Energy Cleansing

Energy cleansing is a method for eliminating negative energy and replacing it with positive energy. Start by picturing a bright light moving around and through your body. Imagine that this light washes away any bad energy in your body and fills it with good energy. You can also improve the cleansing process using different crystals or essential oils.

Technique 5: Massage

Massage is a great way to relieve stress and help you relax. It helps get the blood moving and relax the muscles. Start with your hands and feet and work your way up. Use light pressure and circular motions to massage different parts of your body. You can also make the massage better by using other oils or lotions.

Benefits of Massages

  • Soothing
  • Relaxing
  • Stimulating
  • Comfortable
  • Universal

Effects of Massage

1. Physiologically

  • Stimulates blood circulation
  • Improves muscles
  • Improve the appearance of the skin
  • Improves lymphatic drainage
  • Relieves pain in tense and rheumatic muscle fibers
  • Regular massage prevents muscle wasting after injury

2. Psychological

  • Relaxes the body and reduces stress
  • Relaxes the mind and reduces anxiety
  • Elevates mood and enhances positive feelings
  • Calming and comfortable

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Healing Yourself: A Summary

Pranic self-healing techniques are powerful tools that help you heal from physical, emotional, or spiritual problems. Those methods are easy to use. A combination of those that work best for you shall become a part of your morning or evening ritual or regular habits. By doing these things, you can improve your health and well-being.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 9

Pranic Healing for Others

Pranic healing can be used to heal yourself and others. In this section, I will show you some examples. You will also learn the healing techniques I teach in my classes, especially the ones I use most often in pranic healing sessions.

Alisha

The most fun I ever had doing this healing work happened about two years after I finished the basics. In Denpasar, I showed about eight people how Prana Healing works.

Alisha had volunteered to be in my demonstration. She had a severe case of osteoporosis and was hunched over. She would look at the floor as she walked. I had her wear a button-up shirt backward to see her better back. When I first saw her spine, I was shocked.

Every vertebra was severely out of place. One vertebra was way off to the left, the one below it was way off to the left, and the one below was pushed to the right. Some bones stuck out farther than I would have thought possible.

They looked like dinosaur bones, and some bones had many indents. Looking at her spine, it was easy to see why Alisha walked with her back arched. I ran energy into her spine. I worked on one vertebra at a time, staying there for a minute or two and then moving to the next one and doing the same thing.

After approximately 15 minutes, group members asked, "Is it just me, or does this look better?" After another fifteen or twenty minutes, I heard people say, "It probably looks better now." It looked like the bones were slowly getting into a better position.

After 15 minutes, individuals began to exclaim, "Oh my God, it is so much better!" After an hour and fifteen minutes, we were all so amazed that I could hardly believe what I saw. All of Alisha's vertebrae were now in a straight line. The vertebrae that were way out of place now seemed to be back where they should be, and the ones that were pushed in now seemed to have moved out.

When Alisha stood up, she was suddenly much taller than I was when she was hunched over. When Alisha's daughter entered the room, she saw her mother standing straight and crying. Mom and daughter held each other and cried. People in the room could not stop talking about it, and I was as amazed as any of them. The vertebrae were in the right place.

When I returned to my friend's house in Denpasar, where I was staying, the day's events had shaken up my excellent, easy beliefs. I sat on the floor with my cheek against the wall and thought about what had happened.

Suddenly, I heard a convincing voice say,

"THAT DID NOT HAPPEN!"

For a moment, I thought the voice was correct. Then I protested to myself, thinking about how people had said that her spine looked better and better as the vertebrae moved until they were all back in place.

I thought she was standing straight and tall and crying with her daughter. I said to myself:

"It did happen! This is real!"

Lola, The Little Yorkshire Terrier

My friend Alisha was staying at my house. She brought a little Yorkshire Terrier named Lola to my house. When I got home one day, I saw that the cute dog was not in its cage and was leaving little brown poops everywhere. I decided to catch her and put her back in her cage.

I caught the little Yorkshire Terrier after chasing it around the house for a minute or two. When I placed my hands on her tiny body, I could sense her fear. I wondered what would happen if I did a Prana Healing session on Lola.

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After about a minute or two of running the energy, I felt her muscles relax under my hands, and the shaking stopped. I kept running the power because I was interested. After a few more minutes, the dog did something unexpected: Lola stretched her front paws as far forward as they could go and her back paws as far back as they could. Then she laid down and was completely calm.

I thought, "Hey, Lola, this is cool." I kept running the energy, and then, suddenly, the dog rolled over onto its back with its front paws stretched forward and its back paws back. With my hands on its belly, this pet looked like it was having a lovely beach day. Legs were stretched out, and it looked like she was bathing in the sun.

I have never seen or heard of a dog doing something like this, and at this point, I thought these sessions could lead to some pretty amazing things.

People's thoughts, beliefs, egos, and social conditioning always affect how they act or say. On the other hand, animals do not lie when they answer because they want to be polite or get along with everyone. This shows that it works with animals as well.

Agung's Gallbladder

I got a call one morning saying that Agung had a gallbladder attack. He was in a lot of pain and did not know anyone in Denpasar who could help. He asked me if I would mind driving about 3 hours from Singaraja to work on him. I changed my plans for the day, and within 20 minutes, I was on my scooter and on my way to see Agung.

When I got to Denpasar, I drove to the house where he was staying and found him in bed. I was told that his doctors wanted to remove his gallbladder. Agung did not like the idea of being cut open by strangers and having one of his vital organs taken out.

Therefore, I climbed onto his bed, placed my hands on his gallbladder, and began running the energy. As you will find out later, this work is very focused and requires much effort and breathing by the practitioner.

After about an hour and a half, Agung was no longer in pain. Toward the end of the session, he had been sweating a lot. He got out of bed and took a shower, and when he was done, all he said was "thank you" and that he was fine. That evening, I drove back to Singaraja. Years later, I found out the total result of that meeting. Agung's gallbladder never gave him any more trouble.

These early "shocks" helped me grow as a Prana Healing practitioner. I am used to seeing bones move back into place suddenly. What excites me most is seeing my students do things I have never done before. Now, I am not so surprised but touched by gratitude and wonder.

Techniques for Healing Others

1. The Basic Twin Hearts Meditation

The Basic Twin Hearts Meditation is the first technique for pranic healing. This meditation is about accessing and using the divine energy of the heart chakra, which can be used to heal both physical and emotional problems. It uses visualizations, breathing techniques, and affirmations to help open the heart center and connect with the divine energy.

2. Scanning

Scanning is the second way to use pranic healing to help someone else. During scanning, the hands feel and pick up on the energy field of the healed person. This technique helps find any blockages or areas of imbalance in the energy field that may need to be fixed during the healing process.

The term "heal" can refer to various healing practices or modalities. Energy healers who work with meridians typically use their intuition and knowledge of the body's energetic system to locate and work with the meridians.

Here are a few standard methods that energy healers may use to find the meridians in a client's body:

1. Intuitive sensing: Many energy healers develop a heightened sensitivity to energy and can intuitively sense the meridians. They may use their hands or subtle energy tools to feel for energetic imbalances or blockages along the meridian pathways.

2. Pulse diagnosis: Some energy healers may use pulse diagnosis techniques derived from traditional Chinese medicine. By feeling the pulse at different points along the wrist, they can detect imbalances in the meridian system and identify which meridians may need attention.

3. Muscle testing: Energy healers may use muscle testing techniques, such as applied kinesiology, to determine the status of the meridians. They can assess the energy flow through the corresponding meridians by applying gentle pressure to specific muscles and observing the response.

4. Visual references: Energy healers who incorporate visualization techniques may visualize the meridians and their pathways in their minds' eyes. This internal visualization supports them in locating and working with the meridians effectively.

It's worth noting that every energy healer may have a unique approach and method of working with the meridians. If you are interested in receiving energy healing or learning more about it, speaking directly with practitioners specializing in this field can be helpful.

3. Cleaning

Cleaning is the third method of pranic healing for other people. Cleaning means getting rid of any dirty or nasty energy in the energy field of the person being healed. Stress, anxiety, and trauma are just some of the things that can cause negative energy. By eliminating this negative energy, the energy field becomes healthier and more balanced, making it easier to heal.

4. Energizing

The fourth technique is called energizing. This is done by adding positive or healing energy to the energy field of the person who is being healed. Positive energy can come from many places, including blessings, prayer, and meditation. By adding this positive energy to the body's energy field, the body can heal more quickly and easily.

5. Stabilizing

Stabilizing is the fifth and last technique for pranic healing. This means making sure that the energy field stays stable and balanced after the healing is done. This technique is essential because it helps to keep the person healthy and happy and prevents future imbalances.

Pranic Healing for Others: A Summary

Pranic healing is an effective way to heal yourself and other people properly. With the proper techniques and training, anyone can learn to use this energy-healing system to achieve better health, happiness, and well-being. Pranic healing is a valuable tool that helps you reach your goals, whether you want to heal your own body or help heal the bodies of others. Even the example of the little Yorkshire terrier shows that.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 10

Prana Healing in Daily Life

Applying Pranic Principles to Everyday Situations

In the previous chapters, we discussed the basics of Prana Healing, how to use energy healing techniques and its benefits. In this chapter, I will examine how you can use these ideas daily.

Pranic healing is beautiful because it is simple, which means you can use it in many parts of your life. Once you know how pranic healing works on a basic level, you can use it to solve many of the physical, emotional, and mental problems you face daily.

Here are some everyday ways you can use pranic healing principles:

1. Breathing exercises

Proper breathing is one of the most essential parts of pranic healing. Many people breathe too shallowly or do not breathe at all without realizing it. This can lead to problems like stress, anxiety, and fatigue.

Pranayama Breathing

By doing simple breathing exercises, such as deep breathing or breathing through each nostril, you can improve your circulation, lower your stress, and feel better.

2. Emotional healing

Pranic healing can also help us deal with bad feelings like anger, sadness, and fear. By focusing on where you feel the emotion, you can use your breath to eliminate tension and negative energy.

Try visualizing the feeling leaving your body as you breathe. Doing this often lets you slowly release bad feelings and build up good ones.

3. Physical healing

Pranic healing helps with physical problems like headaches, back pain, and stomach problems. Send Prana to the area that needs it by making specific hand movements, touches, massages, or mental images. This helps the area heal and makes you feel better.

Pranic healing can also boost your immune system and keep you from getting sick by keeping your energy levels balanced and in harmony.

As I already said, it is less important to treat the physical symptoms and more important to treat the emotional and mental causes of the problem. But any yoga pose that helps you balance will help. The tree pose, for example, is an excellent and simple physical exercise that helps keep your mind in balance.

Stand on one leg and put the other foot on the thigh of the leg you are standing on. Make a "T" with your arms. Put your hands in front of your chest in the prayer position. The last step is to put your hands over your head.

See which combination of the following tricks works best for you. To get a better balance:

  1. Stand beside your yoga mat to have a solid basement.
  2. Spread your toes off the standing foot to gain a more extensive foundation.
  3. Focus your view on a fixed point straight in front of you.
  4. Imagine a helium balloon connected at the highest point of your head. That pulls your head up, straightens your spine, and stabilizes your pose.

After that, switch the legs. Spend more time on the less stable leg to give it a healthy growth spurt. Adding this exercise to your morning routine is a good idea. You might want to do it while you shower, but doing it while brushing your teeth is the king's discipline! And if you are right-handed and want a more significant challenge, try brushing your teeth with your left hand - or vice versa.

It is best to keep your mind clear to stay focused and get things done. Pranic healing helps us eliminate mental blocks or distractions that make concentrating hard.

By using simple forms of meditation, like mindfulness, we can calm our minds and make them more transparent. Pranic healing can also help you feel less stressed and anxious, which supports you in thinking more clearly and making better decisions.

Applying Pranic Principles: A Summary

Pranic healing helps us feel better physically, emotionally, and mentally in many ways. Adding simple pranic healing techniques to your daily life makes you feel healthier and more alive overall.

It is essential to keep in mind that pranic healing is not a replacement for medical care. But we can use it along with modern medicine to help you get better by getting to the root of the problem instead of just treating the symptoms on the surface, which is what so-called modern medicine does. It is best for pharmaceutical medicine only to cover the symptoms. But it has some unintended consequences:

  • First, treating only your symptoms makes your disease chronic.
  • Second, when you try to suppress them, your body makes other symptoms to let you know that the cause is still not fixed.
  • And third, you are relying on permanent medical treatment.

Other than that, Prana Healing:

  • Works without permanent medication
  • It does not create unwanted side effects
  • Is treating the root cause in the energy body
  • By opening or balancing the blocked or imbalanced chakras
  • And it makes the symptoms disappear by themselves, which represents the
  • Is treating the root cause in the energy body
  • By opening or balancing the blocked or imbalanced chakras
  • It makes the symptoms disappear, according to the actual balancing level
  • And it shows the success of the healing.

Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 11

The Future of Prana Healing

Where Do We Go From Here?

On the journey of Prana Healing, we have come a long way together. This ancient healing method with energy has been shown to help with physical, emotional, and spiritual problems. Prana Healing has changed and healed people from all walks of life, and they have shared their experiences.

What does the future hold for Prana Healing?

Prana Healing will continue to change and grow like any other field of knowledge. As more and more people learn about this great way to heal, they will contribute their ideas and experiences to it, leading to new methods and techniques to make Prana Healing even more powerful.

One thing we can focus on is research. Even though scientists have studied Prana Healing, there is still a lot more that can be done. With more detailed research, we can learn more about how Prana Healing works and how it can treat different illnesses. It will also show what scientists call scientific proof, which the pharmaceutical industry denies.

Another area where Prana Healing can improve is using technology. We have access to advanced technologies like biofeedback machines and wearable devices that can track your body's vital signs. Combining these devices with Prana Healing allows us to see how well the healing process works in real time and make changes as needed.

Education is another thing that needs to be improved. There are many books and courses on Prana Healing, but more in-depth training programs are required to give people who want to become healers the knowledge and skills they need to do Prana Healing well. I want to close the gap between them with this book and healing training so that you and many others can use this excellent method.

Last but not least, we need to keep telling people about Prana Healing. As more people learn about this powerful way to heal, they will be likelier to try it and see how it works. You can help to make it better by telling your friends or followers on social media about this book, giving a copy to a loved one as a gift, or writing a public review, for example, on Google Maps.

The Future of Prana Healing: A Summary

The future looks promising for Prana Healing. It can potentially change millions of lives worldwide if research and technology keep improving, education programs improve, and more people know about it. Keep using this ancient healing technique to bring yourself and others health, happiness, and harmony as you move forward.


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Chapter 12

Conclusion: Keep on Breathing

As we come to the end of this journey of healing and discovery, I hope you have learned about the transformative power of Prana Healing. This ancient practice of harnessing the life force energy within and around us can radically change our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

In this book's chapters, you learned about the different parts of Prana Healing, from the basics of Prana and chakras to the various ways to heal with Prana, such as through meditation, yoga, and breathwork. We have also looked at case studies of people who used the power of Prana to get better from long-term illnesses, emotional traumas, and addictions. But your journey does not end here.

The trick is to keep on breathing.

Keep using Prana Healing techniques in your daily life. It is a journey of self-discovery and growth that lasts a lifetime. Here are some key things to remember:

1. Awareness is key

The first step towards healing is becoming aware of our thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations. We cannot change what we do not know exists.

2. Connect with Prana

Prana is all around us, and we can connect with it through meditation, yoga, and breathwork, among other things.

3. Trust in the process

The road to healing is not always easy, but we should trust the process and believe that the universe has a plan for us.

4. Let go of attachments

We sometimes cling to bad feelings, habits, or people. When we let go of these ties, we make room for new beginnings and opportunities. This "Guided Letting-Go Meditation" will help you let go of everything in your life that makes it challenging:

  • Activities that are not fun
  • A relationship that is not fulfilling
  • All circumstances that do not let your heart grow wide
  • Also, an apartment without a healing effect
  • Further, it would be best if you let go of negative thoughts, self-reproach, doubts, worries, and feelings of guilt
  • Everything that does not make your life more prosperous and more fulfilling.

The first step in letting go of something is to acknowledge that there is a problem. You cannot change something until you have accepted it. Letting go is probably the most exciting thing you can do in life.

5. Practice gratitude

The healing practice methods from Chapter 5 help us focus on the good things in our lives and attract more of them.

At this point, we must express our gratitude to the people who contributed to and inspired us to write this book and share the secrets of Prana Healing with you. First, we thank my wonderful parents for all they have done for us: for the knowledge we gained from them, for recognizing our gifts, and for inspiring us to pursue them.

We are grateful for Marksarthole's work, who proofread and improved the wording. We are both not native English speakers, and because of that, it was a massive pile of work for him! We are thankful to have such great clients, especially those who allowed us to take pictures during the healing sessions and for their permission to use them.

Sinta:
"Thank God, for the learnings I got from my gurus,
their seminars, books, videos, publications,
for example Sadhguru, Osho, ..."

Klaus:
"Special thanks to
Alois Sterr, Dr. Mario Krause, and Sinta,
for sharpening my natural healing awareness.

And for the resources provided, especially by
Kurt Tepperwein, Leo Gura, Deepak Chopra, Wim Hof, Tony Robbins, Bodo Schäfer, Kim Anami, ..."

We are grateful for the hundreds of books, eBooks, audiobooks, seminars, videos, and coaching programs that gave us ideas and the courage to try new things. "Life Force" by Tony Robbins and "You Are the Placebo" by Dr. Joe Dispenza are just two examples. "You Are the Placebo" is the best book we have found about healing with the power of your mind.

However, Tony's book still promotes the methods of his co-authors, most of which lead to lifelong medical treatments. Also, we found that Joe Dispensa's method was difficult to understand and use. Both books gave us the courage to fill in the gap and write this book to share and teach the much simpler method of Prana Healing.

Also, we want to thank ChatGPT for its constructive contribution and OpenAI for its work to create a constructive speech model. AI = Artificial Intelligence is what ChatGPT calls itself. But we see nothing "intelligent" about it. Because intelligence is what happens when logic, feelings, and intuition come together. ChatGPT could say that it is AL = Artificial Logic instead of being intelligent because it does not have emotions, intuition, or opinions. And that is probably the best news for people with simple left brains who want certainty and security and are afraid of AI. They no longer have to worry about it because it is easy to predict.

Still, it gives excellent common-sense answers to questions asked intelligently! But the intelligence is not in the computer but in front of it. The hard part about using it is coming up with good questions. ChatGPT is an expert system with a vast database and fuzzy logic that keeps it from always giving the same answer to the same question. Whatever you look at it, its speech model is doing incredibly well, and we are very impressed by it.


The Prana Healing Foundation

Sinta and Klaus are starting the Prana Healing Foundation, which promotes natural healing methods. This is the opposite of modern medicine, which usually covers up the symptoms instead of fixing the problem. People who have lost faith in contemporary medicine can see the foundation as a sign of hope. It believes that natural healing methods are the best way to treat illnesses.

Given the right environment and tools, the body's natural ability to heal itself is at the heart of the foundation. So, the foundation's goal is to spread these natural ways of healing, teach people about the benefits of alternative medicine, and give them a chance at a better, healthier life.

They saw miracles happen for people who had given up on modern medicine and went to them for help. They knew their methods worked and wanted to share that knowledge with everyone. Prana Healing was extraordinary. It is not just another healing method. It is a way of life based on the idea that every living thing has an invisible field of energy that can be used to heal.

Sinta and Klaus were immediately drawn to how simple and effective Prana Healing was. They started giving Prana Healing sessions to their friends and family, and word quickly got out. They soon got a lot of requests for healing sessions, and they realized they needed to do more. That is when the idea of a charity foundation was born. They wanted natural healing methods available to everyone, regardless of their finances.

In July 2020, Sinta and Klaus met for the first time. Even before they met, they were both very interested in natural healing methods and the power of energy healing. They have seen too many people suffer needlessly because modern medicine is not as good as it could be, and this has also hurt them. They did it to make a difference and spread information about other healing methods. They spent much time learning about and researching different natural healing methods before they found Prana Healing.

When Sinta and Klaus married in 2022, they established the foundation. They started it with the money from their wedding gifts. They knew there had to be a better way because of what they had been through and what they had seen others go through. They spent their whole lives learning about the ancient art of healing from masters worldwide and getting better at it so they could help other people.

Sinta and Klaus know they can reach out worldwide to people who share their passion for natural healing. The response is overwhelming. They get help and donations from all over the world. With the help of volunteers, they started holding Prana Healing workshops and training programs. As word spreads, more and more people benefit from Prana Healing. Sinta and Klaus know they are on the right track. They are more committed than ever to spreading the word.

The Prana Healing Foundation is still young and has a long way to go. Because there is still a lot of work to do. Sinta and Klaus know they need help from donors and volunteers to keep the foundation going. They ask generous people worldwide to give money to help the foundation keep doing its work. They ask people to tell others about Prana Healing and help those who need it.

You can do so on the webpage Donate Gratefully.

Donate Gratefully

Running a non-profit charity organization is difficult. There are staff to pay, bills to pay, and buildings to maintain. So, the foundation needs help from people who care about the cause and are willing to give as much money as possible.

So, they ask you, dear reader, to consider giving to the Prana Healing Foundation. Think about how our work can change other people's lives. Think about how healing can happen, pain can be eased, and hope can be brought back. No matter how little you give, it makes a difference.

It helps to keep the lights on, the doors open, and the healers working. It also gives more people access to natural healing methods and spreads the word about an alternative to modern medicine that improves lives and health. So, please provide as much as you can. We can make a difference if we work together. Together, we can keep the Prana Healing Foundation going and help people who need healing.

We hope this book gave you a look into the world of Prana Healing and gave you the motivation to start your journey of self-discovery and healing. Do not forget to keep connecting with Prana and using the techniques that work for you. On your way to infinite health, may you find peace, joy, and happiness. And do not forget:

The trick is to keep on breathing


Your Task for Today

My most essential learnings from this chapter are:

Which one of these lessons am I implementing in my life?

How will I improve, optimize, simplify, or increase the effectiveness of my morning or evening routine to embody it?

Five things I am grateful for:


Glossary

This glossary briefly explains the most frequently used keywords and terms of Prana healing.

Anandamaya

The Anandamaya kosha, or "sheath made of bliss" (ananda), is the most subtle or spiritual of the five levels of embodied self in Vedantic philosophy. It has been interpreted differently according to specific schools of Indian (and Theosophical) thought.

Annamaya

Tallapaka Annamacharya (Telugu: తాళ్ళపాక అన్నమాచార్య, romanized: taḷḷapāka annamācārya) (22 May 1408 – 4 April 1503), also popularly known as Annamayya, was a musician, composer, and a Hindu saint. He is the earliest known Indian musician to compose songs called samkirtanas. His devotional samkirtanas were in the praise of Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu. Annamayya is said to have composed as many as 32,000 samaritans (songs) in Venkateswara's praise, of which only 12,000 are available today. He wrote the highest number of Kirtanas of all time in the praise of Lord Vishnu. The musical form of the kirtan songs he composed, still popular among Carnatic music concert artists, has strongly influenced the structure of Carnatic music compositions. His compositions are classified as Adhyatma (spiritual) and Sringara (romantic). Annamacharya is remembered for his saintly life as one of the most excellent musicians and is honored as a devotee of Vishnu by devotees and saintly singers. He was among the first few who opposed the social stigma towards the untouchable castes in his era. He is believed to have been the avatar of Nandaka, the sword of Vishnu. He is regarded as the "Andhra Pada kavitā Pitāmaha" (Grandfather of Telugu song-writing).

Apah (Water)

Symbolizes the vital fluidity of life that sustains every living entity on earth. It is associated with emotions, purification, and rejuvenation.

Akasha (Space)

Signifies the infinite expanse that surrounds and connects all living beings. It is associated with consciousness, sound, and emptiness.

Bayu (Air)

Represents the life-giving essence of breath that animates all living beings. It is associated with movement, communication, and freedom.

Bhūmi (Earth)

It represents the physical foundation of life and the material world, including mountains, fields, and forests. It is associated with stability, support, and fertility.

Breathing

In Prana healing, breathing refers to consciously regulating and deepening one's breath to improve the flow of Prana or life force energy throughout the body. Prana healers often emphasize the importance of proper breathing techniques, as these support clearing blockages in the energy channels and promoting overall health and well-being. By focusing on the breath and using methods like deep diaphragmatic breathing or alternate nostril breathing, practitioners can increase the amount of Prana entering the body and stimulate its natural healing processes.

Energy

In the context of Prana healing, more energy refers to the life force energy that flows in and around the body. Specific blockages and imbalances in this energy can lead to physical, emotional, or mental illnesses. Through various techniques such as visualization, meditation, and gentle touch, Prana healers aim to balance and restore the free flow of Prana energy, promoting health and healing.

Healing

Healing in Prana Healing refers to restoring balance and harmony to a person's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects. It involves the transfer of Prana (life force energy) from the healer to the recipient to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and stimulate the body's natural healing abilities. Prana Healing is a holistic approach that addresses the root cause of illness or imbalance rather than treating the symptoms. It is based on the principle that a person's health and well-being depend on Prana's balance and body flow. Therefore, the goal of Prana Healing is to remove blockages and restore the free flow of Prana, allowing the body to heal itself.

Nadis

Nāḍī (Sanskrit: नाड़ी, lit. 'tube, pipe, nerve, blood vessel, pulse') is a term for the channels through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual theory, the energies such as prana of the physical body, the subtle body, and the causal body are said to flow. Within this philosophical framework, the nadis are said to connect at particular points of intensity, the chakras.[1] All nadis originate from one of two centers: the heart and the Kanda, the latter being an egg-shaped bulb in the pelvic area, just below the navel. The three principal nadis run from the base of the spine to the head and are the idea on the left, the Sushumna in the center, and the Pingala on the right. Ultimately, the goal is to unblock these nadis and bring liberation.

Maya

The Maya are an ethnolinguistic group of indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica. Members of this group formed the ancient Maya civilization, and today's Maya are generally descended from people who lived within that historical region. Today, they inhabit southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras. "Maya" is a modern collective term for the region's peoples; however, the indigenous populations did not use the term historically. There was no common sense of identity or political unity among the distinct populations, societies, and ethnic groups because they each had particular traditions, cultures, and historical identities.

Manomaya

Manomaya means composed of manas or mind. The mind and the five sensory organs constitute the manomaya kosa. The manomaya kosha, or "mind-sheath," approximates personhood more than annamaya kosa and pranamaya kosha. It is the cause of diversity, of me and mine. Adi Shankara likens it to clouds brought in by the wind and again driven away by the same agency. Similarly, the mind causes man's bondage, and liberation is caused alone.

Prana

Prana is a Sanskrit word that refers to the life force or vital energy that animates all living things. The energy flows through us and sustains our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. In yoga and other Eastern traditions, Prana is the basis for all existence and the source of all spiritual growth and healing.

Pranayama

Pranayama is a Sanskrit word that means "Prana control" or "breath control." It is a set of yoga breathing techniques that aim to control and regulate the flow of Prana throughout the body. Pranayama involves various breathing exercises designed to energize, purify, and balance the body and mind. It is viewed as a vital tool for spiritual growth and self-transformation.

Pranic

Pranic refers to anything related to Pranas, such as pranic healing, meditation, or pranic food. It signifies the presence or flow of Prana in a particular context.

Teja (Fire)

Reflects the transformative power of creation and destruction. It is associated with energy, light, and passion.

Vijnanamaya

The Vigyananamaya Kosha consists of the intellect and the five organs of knowledge, the Jnana-Indriyas. During sleep, it gets involution or Laya along with Chidabhasa, the reflection of Pure Consciousness. During the waking state, it is the doer. It is an effect like a jar and is inanimate. It shines in borrowed feathers. It borrows its light temporarily from its source, just as the moon borrows its light from the sun. It is not the eternal Self.


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Learn about the power of breathing and the miracles that Prana Healing can bring you. The trick is to keep on breathing. This masterpiece by Sinta and Klaus takes you on an emotional and inspiring journey of self-discovery. Let yourself get lost in the beautiful moments of pain, trials, and, in the end, victories that made Komang's soul the gem it is today.

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From the peaceful shores of Bali, she tells a story about perseverance, hope, and the fantastic ability of the human spirit to go beyond the physical world. In Prana Healing, you go on a journey to learn about the universe's energies that heal and balance the body, mind, and soul.

From this book, you will learn how to use your inner power and the art of breathing to get rid of bad feelings, clear up emotional blocks, and make your life more peaceful. Each page will inspire you as you learn the keys to true healing, living a whole life, and being one with the universe.

This book is a must-read for anyone wanting to heal themselves and those they care about. Buy your copy today to free yourself from the and look forward to an exciting future full of rejuvenation, wholeness, balance, and health.

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