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Energy Healing

Postby dmattwads » Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:30 am

Just curious if anyone else out there is into any form of energy healing like Reiki, Pranic healing, Taoist Cosmic healing, or just using your chi to heal your self and others in some form?
I've had great success with this on others, and for what ever reason hadn't used it on myself very much until lately, which I'm kicking myself for not doing now, because I have gotten wonderful results from it personally.
For a couple years now I've almost eliminated Dr. visits for my children (except for routine checkups of course) by using my chi to heal them when they begin to come down with an illness. I've also used it on my wife a bit with good results, and as of late my mom as well, also with good results.
For anyone who has kept up with the forum for a while, and is aware of the problems and questions I have had, this method above all others so far has really done the "trick" for me.
I would be interested in hearing anyone else experience and wisdom on this topic.
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Postby joeblast » Sun Nov 01, 2009 9:56 am

hehe with the vast majority of people, I'd be wasting my time. I like plants, though ;)
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Postby dmattwads » Tue Jan 19, 2010 10:40 pm

Hmmm I suppose I'm a little surprised that on a Qigong forum that this topic has not generated more attention. Mantak Chia has a book called "Taoist Cosmic Healing" which I have found very interesting concerning energy healing. I have used this technique with great success on my kids, family, and friends. Basically what you do is use your chi (most often from your hands or fingers) to heal someone else. If anybody else is familiar with such things I'd be interested to hear from you. If anyone would like to know more I'd be happy to explain, or at least refer you to where more information can be obtained about this.
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Chi Gong Healing.

Postby Robmonty248 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 10:28 am

I do Chi Gong Healing from vast distances, it is felt very emmensly.

I learned how through prayer basically, asking to know as Jesus did and to be trained as he was, automatically, with out effort, it will just happen.

I learned manifestation techniques from the pleaidian teachings from barbara marciniak, bringers of the dawn. The lecture and channeling session is on youtube free.

I have healed many things in people and animals, although the chi gong energy will fade after awhile, it is up to the subject to keep the health going (in my opinion). Some people may experience a true perfect healing yet, it does matter what is going on.

Bone problems do take time, I do not instantly manifest and repair bones persay, I change the 7 chakras to run properly, or if you will, heal the aura and bring it back online.
This usually does enough wonders for people that they seek more information on how to keep the love inside them going..

Meditation heals most everything when you tone to the 7 ancient tones on youtube also, Root, Sacral, Solarplexus, heart, throat, Pineal and Crown Chakra (CHANTS), Use the name, and the Chakra chant phrase in the search, if you tone to these, you will heal almost everything wrong with you and also raise IQ and connect into the christ consciouness grid on earth. It is a frequency, so is the mind....

Hope this helps..

We all can do this is the story, I am not special anymore then this..

I practiced it, I spent years on it, It does work but it is like a drum set or a guitar, you will not get good simply by buying the instrument.
Practice is a must.
Meditation is the beginging and also, thinking un-conditionaly with love onto everything there is, and that means even hitler!

Its not easy, but forgiveness is accepted by spirit more than hatred.

Love to all!
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Postby Dvivid » Fri Jan 22, 2010 10:53 am

Hi, Sorry for delayed response. Personally, I only practice internal Qigong, and I have enjoyed great health and dont get sick easily.

YMAA students are not taught or encouraged to exchange Qi with others, except as very basic levels. Dr. Yang recommends in Qigong seminars to practice internal Qigong, and only exchange Qi with someone who is already healthy. Unless you really understand the theory and know what you're doing, exchanging Qi with someone can lead to one or both of you becoming sick.

Reiki has become incredibly popular in the mainstream. Where I live, almost every nurse in all the clinics and hospitals are involved with Reiki. They learn it from one another, and practice it widely. Basically just laying-on of hands and positive thoughts. And people benefit and feel better. The nurses don't know any of the theory, or even that the Japanese art of Rei-Ki ("emit Qi") originated as a translation of qigong practice into Japan about 100 years ago.

So, I do think that a generalized practice of a positive thought/intention along with the laying-of-hands can give health benefits to another person, but its not something I personally practice often.
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Postby dmattwads » Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:08 am

This might sound funny, but the reason I got into Qigong healing is because I have several kids, but no medical insurance ha ha. But seriously I have gotten amazing results by using an adaptation of what Mantak Chia teaches in "Taoist Cosmic Healing". Anyways there have literally been cases where one of my kids starts to come down with something, I have used these techniques and sometimes literally with in minutes they are better, not saying the results are always that dramatic , but it is cool, and saves a lot of $$$ on Dr. visits. I've noticed with kids I get the most dramatic results, and as people get older progressively the results still come, but are a bit slower and less dramatic. I can understand Dr. Yang's caution about teaching this, because a few times in the beginning before I knew what I was doing, I would occasionally experience the symptoms of the person I was treating, but now I have learned how to generally avoid this.
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Postby joeblast » Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:32 am

even if you do experience symptoms, just keep doing your practices (i.e. that which prevents them)
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