Energy Healing: Three Proven Techniques

There are many types of energy healing, ranging from EFT or emotional freedom technique to Reiki healing.  Sharing information about these subtle energy techniques can be difficult though, for understanding comes from experience more than anything else.

Modern languages do not contain many words to help explain or express the subtle nature of energy healing.  In fact many of the words we commonly hear are not English words, but are words derived from eastern cultures.

The English language doesn’t have many words to describe subtle energy.  Many of the words used by the energy healers are in fact derived from the ancient eastern cultures that supported energy awareness and spiritual concepts, such as Buddhism.

The practice of acupuncture is in itself based upon the network of electrical or energy channels in the body.  This network has been known for thousands of years.  It is only in the last 100 years that this system has been measured by modern devices, proving the validity of the ancient knowledge of the energy meridian system.

Another form of energy healing is Reiki.  Reiki is used not just by energy healers, but by nurses and doctors as a complimentary treatment.  Reiki involves using universal energy to help clear energy blocks and release obsolete thoughts, emotions, and experiences.

One of the most powerful forms of energy healing is prayer.  Many do not think of prayer as energy healing, but prayer has proven to be an effective technique in aiding the healing process.

There is no great mystery to energy healing.  Whether we are talking about the electrical impulses stored in the cells of the body, our memories, or our thoughts, it’s all energy.  Healing is really nothing more than returning to a state of wholeness.  While the debates do go on about whether energy healing is real, many state that energy healing really does work.

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Thank you Quincy Lessinger for this article.