Sharon Sidhu Pranic Healing Therapist
Registered member of the Institute of Pranic Healing UK & Ireland
What are chakras?
Major Chakras also known as Energy Centers
Chakras are very important parts of the energy body. The chakras in the human body correspond to various organs and glands of the body based on their positions.
Chakras serve as entry points for life energy or “Prana” into your body.
The major chakras not only control and energize the vital organs of the body but also control and affect a person’s psychological and spiritual conditions. Just as the visible physical body has vital and minor organs, the energy body has major, minor and mini chakras.
In various spiritual and healing traditions, Chakras are energy centers or vortexes in the body. These energy centers are believed to be located along the spinal column and are thought to control the flow of energy or “prana” throughout the body. They are often associated with different aspects of physical and emotional well-being.
There are eleven major chakras in the body, each associated with a different part of the body and different physical, emotional, and mental characteristics.
- The crown chakra
- Forehead chakra
- Ajna Chakra
- Throat Chakra
- Front Heart Chakra
- Back Heart Chakra
- Solar Plexus Chakra (front and back)
- Navel Chakra
- Sex Chakra
- Spleen Chakra (front and back)
- Meng Mein Chakra
- Basic Chakra
Each chakra has a specific color and symbol and is associated with certain organs, glands, and body parts.
In spiritual and healing practices, practitioners may use various techniques to balance and open the chakras, with the goal of restoring balance and harmony to the energy system.
How can healing heal me?
Healing is a holistic practice that aims to balance and align the body’s energy systems to promote healing and well-being. Some of the potential benefits of pranic healing include:
Alleviating pain and reducing inflammation: Pranic healing can help to balance the body’s energy systems, which can help to reduce pain and inflammation caused by injuries or illnesses.
Improving emotional well-being: Pranic healing can help to balance and align the body’s energy systems, which can help to release negative emotions and reduce stress and anxiety.
Boosting the immune system: Pranic healing can help to balance and align the body’s energy systems, which can help to strengthen the immune system, making it more effective in fighting off illness and disease.
Improving focus and concentration: Pranic healing can help to balance and align the body’s energy systems, which can help to improve focus and concentration, resulting in better performance.
Therapists of Pranic Healing use specific hand movements, visualization techniques, and other methods to transfer healing energy to the patient and to help clear blockages in the body’s energy system.
Pranic Healing can be used as complementary treatment to enhance the healing process and improve overall well-being. It can also help in dealing with emotional and mental issues, by reducing stress and promoting relaxation. It can be used for treating a range of chronic diseases such as allergies, asthma, eczema, digestive problems, and headaches, as well as helping people cope with emotional issues such as stress, anxiety, grief, trauma, phobias and depression by balancing the body’s energy and helping to clear any blockages in the energy system related to these emotions.
What is Pranic Healing
Pranic Healing is a form of alternative medicine that utilizes prana, or “life energy,” to promote healing in the body. Pranic Therapists believe that the body has the ability to heal itself and that the flow of prana through the body can be used to enhance this natural healing process.
The main technique used in Pranic Healing is the transfer of energy from the pranic therapist to the patient, through a process known as “energy sweeping.” This is done by the pranic therapist using their hands to scan the patient’s aura (an energy field surrounding the body) and the energy body to identify areas that may be congested or depleted, and then using specific hand movements to cleanse and energize these areas. The pranic therapist may also use visualization techniques, such as imagining light flowing into the affected area, to help direct the energy where it is needed.
Pranic Healing is based on the belief that most physical and emotional illnesses are caused by the depletion or congestion of the body’s energy and that by clearing these blockages and increasing the flow of energy through the body, the patient can achieve a greater state of balance and well-being.