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Prana is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘Life force’. Subtle Energy particles combined with ‘Life force’ or ‘Prana’ is called ‘Prana Energy’ or ‘Pranic Energy’. It is an invisible Energy which the Chinese call ‘Chi’, and in Hebrew, it is called ‘Ruach’ or ‘the Breath of Life’. Our Aura is composed of Pranic Energy that nourishes our body. Prana is the vital energy or life force that keeps the body healthy and alive. There are 3 main sources of Prana: Sun, Air, and Earth

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Boosting Cellular Energy By Terry Shintani, M.D.

Electronic medicine “could replace drugs…” for certain conditions, says an article in the Scientific American. This was the stunning statement in the lead story of the March 2015 issue of the highly respected magazine. For people who are on chronic medication for sleep, depression, fatigue, arthritis and pain, this is welcome news because taking medications for too long may have unpleasant and even deadly side effects. On the horizon are several innovative “energy medicine” approaches that have the potential for combating fatigue, arthritis and pain, and for improving sleep and energy.

What if you could reduce your arthritis pain by sitting in a futuristic energy field? What if your back pain, joint stiffness and other nagging ailments gradually faded away? What if your knees felt good enough that you could go running and dancing again? And what if this energy field enhanced your brain function as well? This is what many people are experiencing with futuristic energy medicine concepts.

How does it work? The new concept is not to treat a specific disease, but rather to boost the body’s cellular energy so that the body heals itself.
Does this sound like fantasy? In reality, this was presented at a United Nations round table and some experts think that this may be the future of medicine. This “energy medicine” system is a combination of health-supporting modalities that are centered on the use of an energy field chamber. Users sit in the chamber, taking a nap or meditating in this energy field. According to Dr. John Orava, physicist and consultant to the Department of Defense, the field affects every cell in the body.
Terry Shintani, MD, JD, MPH, KCSJ is a professor of medicine, lecturer, radio talk show host, and community advocate. He is author of 12 books on health, and holds several important positions in the field of integrative medicine. For information or to schedule a session: 808.276.6864, www.eesystem.com; on Maui: www.ayinadams.comholisticallyalive@ayinadams.com.

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The Power Of Conscious Intention – Lynne McTaggart – Part 2

Lynne McTaggart, an investigative journalist, and editor of the newsletter “What Doctors Don’t Tell You,” began work on “The Field” four years ago as a personal quest. Her research took her to many areas around the globe, meeting with top frontier scientists in Russia, Germany, France, England, South American, Central America and the USA. During these meetings, she saw what these scientists were working on and it seemed to overthrow the current laws of biology, chemistry and physics. Their theories and experiments also compounded into a new science, a new view of the world.

Lynne McTaggart is the author of five books, including The Intention Experiment and the international bestseller The Field . She also runs worldwide Living The Field master classes and groups which are designed to help people adapt the ideas of the new scientific paradigm into their everyday lives, She was featured in the wildly successful cult classic movie What The Bleep!? Down The Rabbit Hole . And has become an international spokesperson on alternatives to conventional medicine.
In this interview,

Lynne McTaggart further discusses Merryn Jose her latest book the Intention Experiment as well as: ● Cleve Backster’s experiments with plants
● The study of monks and consciousness
● Intentional thoughts and increased performance in athletes
● and much more!

The Power Of Conscious Intention – Lynne McTaggart – Part 1

Lynne McTaggart is the author of five books, including The Intention Experiment and the international bestseller The Field. She also runs worldwide Living The Field master classes and groups which are designed to help people adapt the ideas of the new scientific paradigm into their everyday lives. She was featured in the wildly successful cult classic movie What The Bleep!? Down The Rabbit Hole, And has become an international spokesperson on alternatives to conventional medicine.

In this interview, Lynne McTaggart talks with Merryn Jose about the Intention Experiments: from making leaves glow, seeds grow, to potential water purification and lowering crime rates.

Lynne also talks about:

● Dr. Rustin Roy of PA State University and their plans to mutate bacteria and change the structure of water via intention.
● Dr. Masaru Emoto
● A Live Aid Peace Experiment to lower violence with Deepak Chopra and the Alliance for New Humanity, Global New Thought, Unity Churches, Spiritual Cinema, and more.
● They found meditation can lower crime rates
● Previous Intention Experiments took only 10 minutes and produces incredible results
● Working towards putting the Live Aid Peace Experiment on social networks like Myspace & Facebook
● The Mini Gaia Experiment- a biodome with a mini eco-system, to lower global warming & clean up pollution
● The power of negative intention, i.e. visualizing bacteria or even cancer cells being killed
● “Powering Up”, the proper mind states, etc before participating in the Intention Experiments, based on science and Intention Masters, and the workbook that can help you
● Retro Intention- how the future can affect the present

Great article on Energy, Frequency and Vibration: Healing with Sound and Intent

by Kendra M Gilbert – DailySpiral.com

“Do you know that our soul is composed of harmony?”
-Leonardo Da Vinci

“The human body is made up of electronic vibrations, with each atom and element of the body, each organ and organism, having its electronic unit of vibration necessary for the sustenance of, and equilibrium in, that particular organism. Each unit, then, being a cell or a unit of life in itself has the capacity of reproducing itself by the first law as is known of reproduction-division. When a force in any organ or element of the body becomes deficient in its ability to reproduce that equilibrium necessary for the sustenance of physical existence its reproduction becomes deficient in electronic energy. This may come by injury or by disease, received by external forces. It may come from internal forces through lack of eliminations produced in the system or by other agencies to meet its requirements in the body.”
-Edgar Cayce, 1928

“At the root of all power and motion, there is music and rhythm, the play of patterned frequencies against the matrix of time. We know that every particle in the physical universe takes its characteristics from the pitch and pattern and overtones of its particular frequencies, its singing. Before we make music, music makes us.”
-George Leonard

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
-Nikola Tesla

“There will come a time when a diseased condition will not be described as it is today by physicians and psychologists, but it will be spoken of in musical terms, as one would speak of a piano that was out of tune.”
-Rudolph Steiner

I believe these gentleman were onto something…

Vibrational frequencies contain the essence of creation, both positive and negative in nature. They resonate and correspond with different thoughts, intention, emotions, energies, feelings, sounds, colors and living/non-living objects. Thus our entire Universe was spoken into existence, and therefore we are all based on vibrational frequencies and the manifestation of a collective consciousness, a literal orchestra of living instruments.

Sound and Intent, Personified by Nature

Let’s look at music,sound, thought, words and intention, the frequencies emitted from these unseen forces and their ability to impact and structure living organisms in ways that can be scientifically documented. Dr. Masaru Emoto, a Japanese born graduate of the Yokohama Municipal University and the Open International University as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine who is well known for his study of the effects of intention and sound as they affect physical reality, gave the scientific community much “food for thought” when he was able to visually capture the structural changes of WATER when exposed to different intention, both spoken and written as well as music/sound and meditation.

The resulting Sacred Geometrical patterns seen by viewing the crystallized water molecules during his experiments as well as the effects of other experiments conducted by many other researchers, such as using sand placed on plates vibrated at different frequencies, does nothing more than demand our attention.

The results of Dr. Masaru’s research is nothing short of miraculous, earning him a spotlight in one of the fifth highest grossing documentaries in the USA in 2004′s ‘What the Bleep do we know’.

What was once considered only Pseudoscience is now moving closer to being accepted as Scientific Fact as we collectively move into a broader more consciously aware and holistic view of the world around us.

Read the rest of the article here: http://dailyspiral.com/energy-frequency-and-vibration-healing-with-sound-and-intent-dailyspiral-com/


Chakras and Dantien

Chakra is a Sanskrit word for a wheel or ‘turning’, representing energy ‘centre’ in the physical and ethereal body, which transmits life force (ki) to and from the body. Each Chakra has a specific colour, corresponding to a specific organ in the body as well as to the person’s emotions and thoughts. At perfect health each Chakra is clear and balanced.

The Seven main Chakras (listed below) are situated along the centre of the body, running from the crown to the base of the spine.

Figure 1 image above: The Chakras and their locations in the body. (Illustration: © Gil and Natalie Dekel.)

Chakras were first mentioned in a number of ancient Hindu texts, and have found their way into the yogic traditions and medical practices of Buddhism and Hinduism around five thousand years ago. While there are numerous Chakras points in the physical and ethereal body, the Seven main Chakras are best known for their powers to heal the corresponding organs in the body.

When the Chakras are clear and balanced the life-energy flows freely in and out. People usually attest for health and wellbeing. Yet, when negative emotions and thoughts block the Chakras, tiredness, illnesses and unhappiness follow. It is possible to clear the Chakras through Reiki session and other healings. Removing the blockages opens up the Chakra to the free flow of energy which empowers the person on physical and spiritual levels. With the Chakras’ energy flowing normally, people report feeling peace and calmness, and having positive outlook on life with a better understanding of their goals.

The 7th chakra, the crown: Located just above the top of the head. Colour: Violet. Cosmic perception, intuition and inspiration.

The 6th chakra, the third eye: Located at the centre of the brows. Colour: indigo. Perception, intuition, knowledge and mental organization.

The 5th chakra, throat: Located at the throat. Colour: blue. Communication, personal expression and the flow of information.

The 4th chakra, heart: Located at the centre of the chest. Colour: green. Love, relationships, personal development, direction and sharing.

The 3rd chakra, solar plexus: Located just below the ribcage. Colour: yellow. A sense of identity, self-confidence and personal power.

The 2nd chakra, sacral: Located in the lower abdomen just below the navel. Colour: orange. Creativity, feelings, sexual drive, and exploration.

The 1st chakra, base/root chakra: Located at the base of the spine. Colour: red. Physical survival, energy distribution and practicality.

The Dantien is an energy centre located two fingerbreadths (3-5 cm) below the belly button, and 1/3 of the way into the body. It is your personal energy store, the focus of your power, intuition and creativity. The Dantien, a Chinese word, is referred to as the ‘Tanden’ in Japanese. In Reiki teaching there are specific techniques to develop this centre.


Article by: http://www.poeticmind.co.uk/wellbeing/chakras-and-dantien/

Video: Mysteries of the Heart

The Institute of HeartMath (http://www.heartmath.org) shares fascinating understandings of the human heart as explored in more than 20 years of its research. The ‘Did you know’ facts are lesser-known gems of information to enlighten curiosity on how your own thoughts and emotions are affecting yourself and others.

HeartMath Research Director Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., says, “It’s important to take a pause and really consider what our emotions are contributing to our environment and to other people. Our research and its applications can help people create a positive emotion-based environment that has real effects on physiology.”

McCraty said that the true nature of human emotion is one of care and love. He said HeartMath and other research shows that by focusing on these core heart-felt emotions, it can enhance one’s connection with others, and that this connection extends far beyond the individual.

Learn more at http://on.fb.me/explore-IHM where you can also download a free ebook.


Hypnosis as therapy for anxiety, stress

Thanks to on-stage brainwashing sessions and movies featuring disgruntled workers taking a baseball bat to the printer (Office Space, anyone?), hypnosis has a rep for being little more than pure entertainment.

Not true. Hypnosis was birthed from the brains of psychologists and researchers, and while its story was sullied by decades of disrepute, it’s now making its way back into the mainstream.

The British Psychological Society has now officially declared hypnosis a proven therapeutic medium to curb stress, anxiety, pain, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, and migraines. “Improvements from hypnosis can be as specific as eliminating erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, remaining committed to a workout plan, delivering a dynamic sales presentation—or as broad as improving motivation and increasing confidence,” said psychologist and certified hypnotherapist Marty Lerman, Ph.D., author of Mindshift.

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And while it’s strongly linked to the psycho-sciences, hypnosis is gaining popularity in broader mind-body arenas as well. In fact, oneHarvard study found that patients who underwent hypnosis during surgery had fewer complications and required shorter procedures and less post-op medication .

Meanwhile, celebrities including Matt Damon, Tiger Woods, Andre Agassi, and Fergie have all been cited as using hypnotherapy for one reason or another: to stop smoking, improve focus, and lose weight.

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The Science of Suggestibility

While most people equate hypnosis with swinging pocket watches and the old “you are getting very sleepy” line, it’s actually very similar to guided meditation and helps coax the patient into a hyper-attentive mental state in which he or she is most open to positive suggestions from the hypnotherapist. Think of it as plugging affirmations straight into your brain, sans self-doubt.

“By accessing this subconscious part of the brain, we can bypass all the negative critical thinking and open inward to an awareness of potential and knowledge. Your imagination and creativity are free to explore all kinds of solutions and game plans to situations,” Lerman said, who equates a hypnotic trance to something we’ve all encountered at one point or another. Ever been so absorbed in an activity that you didn’t hear our name when it was called?

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Superior Brains?

Only about three-fourths of people can be hypnotized, though. And not just the most gullible or submissive, said David Spiegel, M.D., a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Stanford School of Medicine. Quite the contrary: A 2012 study from Spiegel’s team found that in people who are easily hypnotized, the brain’s executive-control network (responsible for making decisions) is activated in tandem with the salience network, which helps you focus.

In people that can’t be hypnotized, the two brain regions don’t work together the same way. That might explain why people who become engrossed in day-to-day activities—such as reading, working, or just brainstorming—tend to be most easily hypnotized.


Original article here: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/02/06/hypnosis-as-therapy-for-anxiety-stress/?intcmp=features