YOGA & WELLNESS
What makes pranic healing stand apart from other alternative medical practices is that this system is faster and more effective. It is non-invasive and does not require physical contact with the patient. The use of colour pranas at the advanced levels is unique; its techniques are more scientific. The efficacy of the healing depends on the level of scanning done by the healer. One of the most unique feature of Pranic healing modality is Scanning taught at the basic level by the two hands for diagnosis of the root problem in the etheric and physical body. The affected body part along with the Chakras of the patient is then treated energetically and gradually the problem is healed.
Is modern pranic healing a distillation of other existing systems such as Chinese Chi Kung, Reiki, Christian `laying on of hands,' or the Tibetan healing arts? Master says, "Yes, you could say it is a synthesis of the important points from each system. Healing was an art then, not a science. Our spiritual thesis was to develop the healing art into a fully developed healing science. The preparatory work began when I was a teenager. It took more than 18 years to develop Modern Pranic Healing."
Its potent call was evident in the 2,250-strong, pan-Indian attendance during Philippines-born Grand Master Choa Kok Sui's 54th birthday celebration at Bangalore's Christ College auditorium on August 15, 2006. The gathering included practitioners from among 90,000-plus Indian Pranic healers, including 12,000 based in Karnataka alone. The attendees were drawn from 16 healing foundations across India and abroad. Master Choa's discourses drew a significant IT and BPO presence. On August 16, over 520 pan-Indian pranic healers met him at Bangalore. At Kolkata, close to 1,000 people attended Master Choa's meeting on August 21,2006.
Today it's being practiced in 150 nations and almost by every community, religion and race. It has grown manifold in last twenty five years and it won't be an exaggeration to call it a Religion of Humanity.