PRINCIPLES OF HEALING
Principle of Life Force. For physical life to exist, it must have life force or vital energy, in Principles of Healing. Life force is essential to physical life. It is also necessary for the existence of more subtle life forms. This life force has been called by various names: prana, ruah, chi, manna, and many other names. Rapid healing is brought about by increasing the life force or pranic healing energy level of the affected part or the whole body.
Principle of Pervasivness. Life force or vital energy is all around us. It is pervasive; we are actually in an ocean of life force, in Principles of Healing. Based on this priciple, a healer can draw in pranic energy or life force from the surroundings, and give it to the patient without exhausting himself or herself.
Principle of Diseased Energy. Disease not only exists in physical form but also in energy form. Disease in energy form is called diseased energy or diseased bioplasmatic matter. Clairvoyantly, diseased energy is seen as grayish or dark.
Principle of Transmittability. Life force or vital energy can be transmitted from one person to another person or object, or from one object to another object or to a person.
Principle of Contamination. Diseased energy is transmittable. It could be transmitted from a patient to another person or healer. The diseased energy of a subject could contaminate a person, an object, an animal or plant.Therefore, to avoid contamination, it is extremely important for healers to flick their hands when healing.
Principle of Controllability. Life force and diseased energy can be controlled and directed through the will or through ‘mind intend’.
Principle of Cleansing and Energizing. In healing, giving life force is not enough: it is also necessary to remove the diseased energy. Removing the diseased energy is called cleansing. Giving life force to a patient or an object is called energizing. The rate of healing can be accelerated by applying the principle of of cleansing and energizing.
Principle of Radical Reaction. When energizing is done without removing the diseased energy, a crisis may take place in the form of temporary worsening of the condition. This is called radical reaction. This could be avoided or minimized by thorough cleansing.
Principle of Receptivity. A patient has to be receptive or at last neutral in order to receive the projected pranic energy. Being relaxed also helps increase the degree of receptivity. Without receptivity, the projected life force will not be absorbed, or only a minimal amount of it will be absorbed. Patients may not be receptive because: they are biased towards this type of healing, they do not like the healer personally, they do not want to get well, or they are in general not receptive about anything.
Principle of Stabilizing. Projected pranic energy tends to leak out if it is not stabilized. Stabilization is done by energizing the the treated part with light whitish blue prana, or covering the treated part with pastel blue prana with “wiping” motion of the hand. Symtoms tend to recur if stabilization is not done.
Principle of Releasing. For healing to take place, it is necessary for the projected pranic energy to be released. Otherwise, a substantial portion of it will return to the healer. Releasing is done by being detached and by cutting the etheric link.
Principle of Correspondence. What affects the energy body or the etheric body will tend to affect the physical body. And what affects the physical body will tend to affect the energy body. When the energy body is healed, the physical will also be healed.
Principle of Interconnectedness. The body of the patient and the body of the healer are interconnected with each other since they are part of the earth’s energy body. On a more subtle level , it means that we are part of the solar system. We are interconnected with the whole cosmos. This is the principle of interconnectedness which is also called the PRINCIPLE OF ONENESS.
Principle of Directability. Life force can be directed. It follows where your attention is focused; it follows thought. DISTANT PRANIC HEALING is based on the principle of directability and the principle of interconnectiveness; yet includes all principles mentioned above.