The response to the question, “What is an Energy Healing?” In your time reading books on spirituality, sex, and healing in the New Age literature section of the bookstore, you might have come across exotic-sounding words like chakra, prana, aura, and tantra. What, however, is the true sense of these exotic vocabularies?
Are All Energy Healings the Same?
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Pranic healing is an ancient Hindu method of energy healing. Chakra, also known as our energy core, is a concept used in Pranic healing. Prana is a Sanskrit word that means “life force.” Another word associated with Pranic healing is aura. The non-physical body made up of energy that coexists with our physical body is known as the aura.
The aura that surrounds our bodies is said to have seven layers or 14 colours, depending on how deep you want to go, relating to the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of each individual as manifested by their energy.
You can get a clear understanding of a person’s health status by observing the colour and thickness of their auras. Aura is synonymous with six primary colours, which are perceived as six personalities. Both of these colours are present in an individual, but one or two are more prominent.
Positive (+) characteristics include altruistic, empathetic, motherly, dedicated, gentle, caring, nurturing, helpful, tolerant, welcoming of all people, considerate, pleasant, sociable, spiritual, respectful, diplomatic, relationship-oriented, in touch with feelings, responsive, compassionate, understanding, family-oriented, sensitive, intuitive.
Negative (-): too emotional, feels obligated to save others, does too much for others, feels bad saying no, overprotective, smothering, meddlingsome, consumes too many sweets, codependent, possessive, jealous, deceptive, guilt inducing, histrionic, doesn’t exercise, controlling in a subtle, guilt-inducing way
CRYSTAL – The Natural Healer
Positive (+): psychically responsive, ethereal, peaceful, gentle, spiritual, feels connected to own Essential nature, intuitive, serene, quiet, caring, patient, compassionate, nature loving, inquisitive, bright, mentally fast, imaginative, diligent, responsible, gets along with everyone, psychically sensitive, ethereal, calm, gentle, has natural healing powers, spiritual, feels connected to own Essential nature, intuitive, serene, quiet, loving, patient, compassionate, nature loving, inquisitive,
Negative (-): excessively introverted and withdrawn, feels different from others, indecisive, uncertain of a life path or intention, private, aloof, frigid, befuddled, disoriented, changes own personality to fit in, easily overwhelmed, drains people’s energy
RED – The Rugged Individualist
Positive (+): robust, hearty, energetic, strong-willed, tough, trustworthy, truthful, a true friend, has intelligent hands, action-oriented, physically fit, hardworking, never gives up, brave, bold, excellent endurance, rational, practical, lives in the moment, lustful, erotic, independent but pleasant
Risk-takers, adventurous, adventuresome, carefree, thrill-seekers, action-oriented, agile, brave, venturesome, courageous, resourceful, has excellent instincts and reflexes, great strategist, calm under pressure, free-spirited, easy-going, independent but polite, physically fit
Negative (-): workaholic, scattered, exhausted, feels a sense of urgency to achieve big dreams, challenging, ambitious, unrealistic, impractical, autocratic, too intense, anxious, perfectionistic, self-absorbed, dramatic, emotional, depressed if not living up to own potential, sexually promiscuous
Tantra is often associated with erotic tantric sex and spirituality, but it is simply another process or mode of energy healing. It is derived from the word tan, which means “to spread out.” The central theme of Tantric writings on sex and spirituality is connectedness, which appears repeatedly.
Spirituality and sex are common in terms of healing methods. It is assumed that during orgasm, the union of man and woman will achieve spiritual heights, removing unnecessary collected impurities from the body and mind. Since these impurities are negative energies, they can manifest as physical ailments.
What is Reiki
Unlike Pranic and Tantric healings, which have Hindu roots, Reiki is a Japanese healing technique. It has only been around since the early 1900s, and is much younger than Pranic and Tantric healings.
Reiki stands for universal energy, which is a type of energy that is channelled through higher intellect. As a Reiki practitioner, you can learn how to use this energy to cure physical, emotional, and mental ailments.
While Pranic, Tantra, and Reiki are all energy healing systems, the form of energy tapped for healing differs: Pranic is life energy, Tantra is sexual energy, and Reiki is universal energy.
The principles of mind, body, and spirit interconnectedness; individuals’ connections to all living and nonliving entities around them and to the universe; and how energy affects physical, mental, and spiritual well-being are only a few of the main parallels between these three healing practises.
Why Do People Turn to Energy Healing?
Alternative healing practises include Pranic, Tantric, and Reiki. How come, despite modern medicine’s affordability and relative accessibility, more and more people are attracted to it? Here are a few potential explanations: Where western medicine failed, energy healing succeeded.
Modern medical practise has failed to cure a variety of illnesses and diseases in many, if not more, people for a variety of causes, both explainable and unexplainable.
This statement may not be supported by research or evidence. However, in order to get better, relatives of the dying, as well as the dying patient, would risk using alternative approaches such as herbals and organics, faith healers, witch doctors, and New Age healing techniques.
People perceive modern medicine to be isolating.
Medical therapies are frequently based on the disease and its causative agent, which may make a patient feel isolated and treated as though they are merely a disease’s host.
Despite recent advancements in hospital practise that are increasingly encouraging a patient’s holistic care, the perception remains. Since energy and spirituality are closely connected in energy healing, the patient believes that all aspects of his wellbeing are being attended to.
Energy healing is non-obtrusive and natural thus it is safer.
For most patients, repeated surgical operations are physically and emotionally painful. Looking for less stressful health treatments is a rational and appealing choice for both patients and families. Going natural is also the way to go, especially with the rise in popularity of New Age religions.
Energy healing is a good way of relieving stress.
Meditation is an essential aspect of energy healing practises, and it’s an extra bonus for people who are extremely stressed. Furthermore, sophisticated equipment is not needed, making it much more convenient for current and future energy healing students.
The war between natural healing and conventional medicine rages on, with both sides touting the advantages of their respective approaches. In the end, though, it is the restoration of good health that matters.
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