MCKS Pranic Healing

According to Master Choa Kok Sui, in Chinese Medical Science there are five levels of healing abilities. The first one is called Tuena. The therapist uses his/her hands to apply massage, also called acupressure. This is the first level.

On the second level, the medical healer uses herbs and sometimes mineral and animal products to heal the patient. 

On the third level, the therapist uses acupuncture and moxibustion.

On the fourth level, the therapist applies acupuncture accompanied by chi energy projection through the needles, meridians and internal organs. This used to be the highest level of healing ability and required two additional years of training and practicing in ancient China.
The fifth level requires the highest healing ability, which is projecting energy without needles or physical contact. The chi energy is projected close or at a distance to the patient, across continents, for example. In ancient China and India, chi energy projection techniques, near or far, without rendering the healer exhausted used to be a carefully-kept secret.

Chi energy projection without physical contact is called Medical Chi Kung (Qi Gong) and it is further classified in two divisions, the Internal School and the External School.

The Internal School of Medical Chi Kung is the most popular one. Many years of practice are necessary in order to develop a substantial reserve of chi energy. Using one’s own internal chi energy to heal patients is tiring and exhausting, and that is why the Chinese healers are only allowed to heal two or three patients a day using this method. 

The External School of Medical Chi Kung is the least popular of the two and it is almost unknown to the general public. This school uses chi energy from the air and from the earth, and directs it to the patient for healing. The External School of Medical Chi Kung is superior to the Internal School. Using external medical chi kung is not exhaustive nor tiring for the practitioner. A good Master of External Medical Chi Kung can heal 20 to 30 patients a day.

According to Master Choa Kok Sui, the Internal and External Schools of Medical Chi Kung are actually two sides of the same coin. In order to become a good therapist using external chi, it is necessary to have a certain amount of internal power, which fortunately most people possess. The greater the internal chi power, the greater the capacity to absorb and project chi energy to the patient. Internal chi power can be developed through meditation.

The External Medical Chi Kung taught by Master Choa Kok Sui is a revolutionary technique. It is easy to learn and practice. It also uses acupuncture points, but not the standard acupuncture points. The points used are 11 main acupuncture points known as Ta Xue Lun (“ta” means “big”; “xue” means “acupuncture point” and “lun” means “rotating wheel”). It also uses secondary acupuncture points called Xiao Xue Lun (“xiao” is translated as “small”.)

Since students of External Medical Chi Kung need not memorize hundreds of acupuncture points, but in fact only a few main and secondary points, learning takes place easier and faster.
In ancient times extensive cultural exchange took place between China and India. In India, External Medical Chi Kung is now called Pranic Healing.

The main acupunture points are called Chakras, and the secondary acupuncture points are called minor chakras. Master Choa Kok Sui and his instructors have taught the External Schools of Medical Chi Kung to the occident e other parts of the world under the name of Pranic Healing.

Pranic Healing is a technique that uses “prana” or “life energy” to accelerate the process of recovery from an illness or to prevent the body from getting sick. Prana is a word in Sanskrit that means energy of life. Prana is an energy that penetrates and is present in everything and everyone, but is present in greater quantity in all living beings. Other cultures also recognizes the prana and gives different names for this energy: in Hebrew is called “Ruah”, or breath of life, in Chinese, “Chi”, in Japonese is called “Ki”, in Polynesian “Mana”, in greec “Pneuma” and finally in Sanskrit is called by “Prana” – hence arose the name Pranic Healing.

Pranic Healing is applied on the bioplasmatic body (energy body or etheric body, or in popular language “aura”) of the pacient, without the need of physically touch him. The existence of the bioplasmatic body was scientifically proven in 1939, by the Russian scientist Dr. Semyon Davidovich Kirlian and his wife. The developed the Kirlian photography based on an electric field used to shoot invisible parts of the body, in other words, the bioplasmatic body or the aura.

In the palms of hands and in the whole aura there are energy centers called chakras. The Pranic Healer uses his hand chakras to explore the aura and the chakras of the patient.

The exploration of the aura and the chakras is necessary in order to verify what are the parts of the aura and which of the patients chakras are dirty, unhealthy or blocked. Once the energetic diagnosis is made, the Pranic Healer uses his/her hands or crystals to first cleanse and remove physical, emotional and mental blockages from the patients aura. After the removal of the dirty, sick or stale energy from the patient’s aura and chakras, the Pranic Healer energizes the patient’s aura and chakras whenever necessary, being the catalyst for biochemical reactions and speeding up many, many times the self-recovery process of the patient’s physical body or preventing the occurence of diseases.

Energizing of the patient’s aura is carried out by a canalization of the prana from the air, the sun or the earth, through the aura of the healer to the aura of the patient. That is, the Pranic Healer does not use his own energy, but the prana which exists in the air, the sun and the earth instead. Different from reiki, energizing is done after the aura has been cleansed, which guarantees that in case the patient’s ailment is caused by energetic blockage or excess, his/her aura will not become even more energized or more congested, which would worsen the condition.

The technique is simple, but extremely advanced. It is currently employed in several renowned hospitals in the United States, Australia and India, such as: Cedars Sinai Medical Center, in Beverly Hills, California (USA); Kaiser Permanente Hospital, in Orange County, California (USA); Apollo Hospitals Network, Chennai (India) and others. According to Eric Robins, M.D., urologist at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital and a practitioner of the technique, “Pranic Healing speeds up my patient’s recovery process 10 to 50 times with a few daily applications. In some cases in which all orthodox medicine techniques had been unsuccessfully applied, Pranic Healing was employed with excellent results.”
Visit this website’s “Videos” section and watch reports on Pranic Healing broadcast on American television. 
It is important to emphasize that Pranic Healing has no intention to replace orthodox medicine, but rather to complement it.

Some of the benefits of MCKS Pranic Healing:

Stress relief
Through Pranic Healing treatments, the energy body is cleansed and strengthened, preventing that negative energies be attracted or get impregnated in the aura. This simple practice leads to day-to-day stress reduction.

Enhanced concentration and overall performance increase
With a larger amount of refined energy in the body, there is a general improvement of physical, emotional and mental performance, which yields increased productivity and enhanced concentration.

Disease prevention                             
In 50% of the cases, diseases begin in the energetic body of the individual, later on manifesting in the physical body. Pranic Healing prevents the incidence of diseases, as it allows for constant hygiene of the energetic body, besides accelerating the recovery process when there is a health issue.