Ancient Secrets: The Truth About Energy Healing

Energy is all around us – right? Actually, we ARE energy, and when we need to heal our physical bodies, we do so by applying the right energy healing techniques to raise our vibration to correspond with the energy of well-being.

Okay, admittedly that’s a bit “out there” given the teachings of modern medicine that focuses on alleviating physical and psychological symptoms without addressing the true cause of the ailments… the cause being an overabundance of low-vibrating energy in the individual’s energy field or imbalances in that field.

Energy healing has been used by ancient healers since the dawn of man. Modern science is finally catching up, thanks to quantum theory, and recognizing that energy is medicine. Modern medicine considers energy healing to be a ‘new’ field of study, but even in modern medicine, energy has been used unwittingly for healing. For example, changing a patient’s mindset is a shift in the patient’s energy; good doctors, even those absolutely convinced that a physical approach to healing is the only reliable treatment protocol, recognize the importance of a patient’s mindset in promoting healing.

High-vibrating positive energy promotes healing; low-vibrating negative energy hinders healing.

Virtually every ancient society across the globe has used or continues to use energy healing. Ancient healers knew that there was more to healing than fixing wounds or relieving fevers. They understood that thoughts and other invisible threats caused or contributed to psychological and physical ailments. They knew how to take healing out of the realm of the physical and into the psychological and spiritual dimensions.

As modern medicine developed, the body and the mind came to be seen as separate entities and a more physical approach to healing was adopted.

We are now experiencing a resurgence of spiritual or energy healing. Quantum physics has proven that everything is energy and everything affects everything else. Scientists are now measuring what the ancients have always known: that there is a unified field of energy that makes up (not permeates, but makes up) everything: objects, thoughts, emotions, the space between objects, light, sound, etc.

Energy is invisible, but it is felt, and influences health.Though there is no point at which your own energy ‘ends’ and the energy of another person, thing or thought ‘begins’, there are concentrations of energy that make up what you perceive as physical objects. The energy of thoughts easily affects the energy concentrations that make up your body.

Sometimes you feel energy, even though it’s invisible. When you walk into a room full of people, you can instantly feel the energy – positive, negative, angry, happy, fearful, optimistic, bored, enthusiastic, anxious, loving, supportive, etc.; depending on your state of mind, you are either attracted to, or repelled, by the group’s energy.

Think back to a prolonged period of stress you may have experienced, such as divorce, death of a loved one or other personal crisis. Remember what your energy was like, then? Dark, gloomy, lethargic, uninterested, depressed, achy, ill, painful, hopeless… yes, these emotional and physical symptoms are all manifestations of the negative energy of your thoughts during that difficult time! You’ll notice (in yourself or others) that ill health and rapid aging seem to go hand-in-hand with negative thoughts and emotions.

How Energy Healing Works

Thoughts are energy, emotions are energy, and these affect the state of your health. You choose your thoughts and emotions and so, you create your own health.

The quality of your thoughts matters. When negative energy in the form of thoughts and emotions becomes dominant in our energy field, it will, absolutely, manifest as psychological or physical problems.

Chakras are energy centers in the body.Energy flow through the body has been mapped out by ancient healers – chakras, for example, are energy centers in the body. Healers are able to feel the energy in a patient. This includes feeling areas of imbalance, where some energy is overabundant and some is scarce. Imbalance and blockages lead to ill health.

Healers attract positive energy from the unified energy field and through their own energy field, transmit that energy to the patient, thus changing the patient’s own energy field. They also clear the blocked energies that prevent free flow of energy in the body, allowing the body to heal itself.

You can learn to expand your awareness to attract the right kind of energy and perform energy healing? Take charge of your health on an energetic level, starting this instant!

Instantly Creating a Higher Vibration

Similar energies attract each other. If you are vibrating at a predominantly negative frequency, you will attract correspondingly negative energy in the form of unwanted circumstances, unhappy relationships and poor health. Clearing out negative energy is done by introducing positive energy; that means raising your vibration in order to attract correspondingly high-vibrating energy.

Take five minutes right now to raise your vibration:

Sit comfortably and close your eyes. Take a few deep, cleansing breaths to help dissipate any tension you are feeling. Then, silently repeat the word LOVE to yourself with each inhale and exhale, allowing the love to come in and to radiate outward. Just breathe the word. Feel the love. Feel yourself becoming lighter and happier with each breath.

Raise your vibration, and create better health! Of course you don’t have to limit yourself to five minutes; if you do this daily, you are helping to create a more positive, high-vibrating state of being that will promote good health.

The instant you begin working on raising your own vibration, you begin attracting positive, high-vibrating energy of love, light, well-being, abundance and excellent health. This is the best way to ensure good health; and if you have current health issues that need resolving, first focus on raising your own vibration, and if you need extra assistance, seek out a qualified energy healer.

Let the power of energy healing transform your health!

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These Are The 3 Powerful Treasures Each Human Has According To Ancient Taoist Wisdom…

THESE Are The 3 POWERFUL Treasures Each Human Has According To Ancient Taoist Wisdom…

According to ancient TAOISM each human has an incredible potential which is undeveloped. This potential waits dormant for humans to properly develop it throughout their life and become divine beings. However, most humans, if not all, live their whole life oblivious of this.

We all feel like there is something more in store for us. But most of us live their entire lives never even trying to find out what this is, lost in the game of society; preoccupied with finishing school, getting a job, providing for the family and buying the newest trends until we retire and we are too old.

Ancient TAOIST wisdom says that each human has 3 treasures: Jing, Qi and Shen; once someone develops all the 3 treasures they become a divine being; they appear as saints in the eyes of other people or as it is described “bright and glowing as a holy man”

The 3 Treasures

The 3 Treasures

You have probably heard about Qi Energy. It is the most famous one from the 3 treasures. Some call it “Chi” some call it “Prana” others simply “Energy” but this is all the same concept, the same energy that animates us.

Jing and Shen are the other 2 equally wondrous treasures. You have probably never heard of them but don’t worry, we’ll explain all of them.

Jing 精 (or Vital Essence)

Jing 精 (or Vital Essence)

Jing is the first Treasure and is translated as “Regenerative Essence,” or simply as “Essence.” It is a blend of Yin and Yang. Jing is the stored energy of life. In other words, Jing is your Life Battery. It’s what regulates regeneration, adaptation and genetic potential. Low Jing results in aging and strong Jing in youth and vitality.

Jing is essential to life and when it runs low our life force is severely diminished and thus we lose all power to adapt. The quantity of Essence determines both our life span and the ultimate vitality of our life. Jing is burned up in the body by life itself, but most especially by chronic and acute stress and excessive behavior, including overwork, excessive emotionalism, substance abuse, chronic pain or illness, and marital excess (especially in men). Excessive menstrual patterns, pregnancy and childbirth can result in a dramatic drain on the Jing of a woman, especially in middle aged women. When Jing is depleted below a level required to survive, we die. Eventually everyone runs out of Jing and thus everyone dies (at least physically).

It is considered extremely difficult to enhance the original Jing after conception, although it is not at all difficult to deplete and weaken it, and thus to weaken and shorten one’s life.

The only way to strengthen the original Jing is through specific highly sophisticated yogic techniques such as those developed by the Daoists and by consuming certain potent tonic herbs known as Jing tonics. The purpose of taking Jing tonic herbs is to maintain healthy levels of postnatal Jing. If postnatal Jing is maintained at sufficient levels, prenatal Jing is used much more slowly and the aging process is slowed down.

  • Jing Tonics to replenish the Jing: Heshouwu; Goji; Dendrobium; Ligustrum; Steamed Rehmannia; Asparagus root; Tortoise Shell and Schizandra;
  • Jing foods that nourish Jing: Eggs; Fish Eggs or Roe; Nuts and Seeds; Algaes and Seaweeds; Pollens and Royal Jelly; Beans; Black Rice; Organs; Bones;

Qi 氣 (or Subtle Breath)

Qi 氣 (or Subtle Breath)

Qi, the second Treasure, is the energy that creates our vitality. Qi is what powers the Jing or our essence. If Jing is the battery of a car than Qi is the fuel. Through the constant interaction of Yin and Yang change is brought into being. Qi is the activity of Yin and Yang. Movement, functioning and thought are the result of Qi. The nature of Qi is to move. That’s why an essential part of Qigong is movement.

Qi is obtained mainly through the food we eat and the air we breathe. These 2 elements in combination with our Original Qi (a segment of Qi coming from our Jing) produce what we call Qi energy or Chi energy. This is the energy that animates us; the energy that flows through our organs, powers and protects them.

To understand the process of where Qi comes from you must learn one secret: There is not just one Qi but 9 segments that interact with each other to produce Qi and all of them must be understood to understand the whole.

Here are The 9 Types Of Qi:
  • Yuan Chi – The original or “Before Heaven” chi, this is the chi that is immediately inherited at the time of conception. Nothing you do can change this type of chi.
  • Gu Chi – This is “After Heaven” chi and is derived from food. It is the chi of the spleen.
  • Kong Chi – This also is “After Heaven” chi but it is derived from air and is the chi of the Lung.
  • Zong Chi (Chi of the chest) – The gathering of both the Gu Chi and the Kong Chi.
  • Zheng Chi – This is “normal” chi, it is the product of the Zong Chi being catalyzed by the Yuan Chi.
  • Ying Chi – The nutritive Zheng Chi that nourishes the organs and tissue.
  • Wei Chi – The defensive Zheng Chi that circulates on the surface of the body and protects it from external factors. (This is the type of Chi martial artists train)
  • Zangfu Zhi Chi – This is the Zheng Chi that flows through the organs.
  • Jing Luo Zhi Chi – This is the Zheng Chi that flows through the meridians.

All of these parts together give our second treasure. When all of these segments are in balance and harmony our Qi is in balance and harmony.

Unlike our Jing the Qi is easier to replenish. All you need to do is rest, eat better food, breathe clean air, meditate, run, exercise, practice yoga, Taichi, Qigong or simply make your body move dancing… there are many other ways.

Qi is just a higher frequency of Jing; a higher dimension. When Qi condenses, it becomes Jing. When the frequency of Qi increases, it becomes Shen.

Our bigger focus in life should be learning to control our Qi and developing it into Shen. Instead many people keep wasting it on pointless, meaningless activities just so they can satisfy their ego. And while they do this, their battery drains and they miss the chance of developing a strong Shen.

Shen 神 (or The Spirit)

Shen 神 (or The Spirit)

Shen is the third Treasure. Shen is the Holy Spirit which directs Qi. It may also be translated as our “higher consciousness.” Shen is our higher knowledge that everything is one, even though nature manifests dualistically and cyclically, often obscuring our vision and creating illusion. It is the unification of Yin and Yang. It reflects our higher nature as human beings.

Shen is the spark of divinity that resides within the heart of every human being and manifests as love, kindness, compassion, generosity, giving, tolerance, forgiveness, mercy, tenderness and the appreciation of beauty.

Shen is the purpose of all spiritual paths. It is the Buddha’s desire to end suffering, it is Christ’s love and Muhammad’s compassion.

Shen manifests only when the heart is open. Once the heart is open, Shen manifests as light that illuminates the path toward a higher spiritual goal. Shen is the realization of our soul’s purpose; It’s the awakening of our higher self.

Shen is not replenished like the other 2 treasures but developed. In modern times we can safely say it’s “downloaded” through increasing the frequency of Qi and opening our heart. The closest thing to replenishing Shen is becoming conscious of the present. You can see a different light behind someone’s eyes who is THERE in the present moment, and someone who is not. Play is another form of replenishing Shen.

Just observe children who follow the curiousness of their little hearts, how easily they can light up a room. That’s the third treasure right there. Observe people who follow their purpose, observe couples in love, observe people who after a long trip come back home full with excitement and stories to tell. That’s transmuted Qi into higher frequency. That’s what having a strong Shen looks like.

The Importance Of Balance

The Importance Of Balance

When the three treasures are in harmony the individual is radiant, physically fit, and mentally sharp. One should find balance between the three treasures through meditation, exercise, and living well in general. Any disruption of the three treasures leads to an imbalance of the whole. This imbalance can be manifested as physical or psychological abnormalities.

“The bodily form [xing] is the residence of life; the qi fills this life while shen controls it. If either of them loses their proper position, they will all come to harm.” – (Englehart 2000:99)

The modern world is a place where you can easily waste your Jing. How many people eat food that, instead of producing, harms their Qi? How many people breathe polluted air? Let’s not speak about following their purpose, opening their hearts and developing Shen It’s like people are given treasures in life that they never open.

According to ancient Taoism it is absolutely crucial to nurse these vital forces. They are the greatest gifts that will help us reach our divine potential.

“Know well this secret formula wondrous and true: Spare and nurse the vital forces, this and nothing else. All power resides in the semen [jing], the breath [qi], and the spirit [shen]; Guard these with care, securely, lest there be a leak. Lest there be a leak!

Keep within the body!” (Yu 1977:88)

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