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9 Effective Tips to Manage Chronic Pain

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Chronic pain is basically any pain that has a duration of 3-6 months and could extend much further. A popular alternative definition for chronic pain states: involving no arbitrarily fixed duration. It is “pain that extends beyond the expected period of healing”.

Epidemiological studies have found that 10.1% to 55.2% of people in various countries live their lives trying to manage their chronic pain.

I’ve recently dealt with a 2 year battle of sciatic nerve pain stemming from a pinched nerve caused by my L5/S1 disc herniating out onto my sciatic nerve, sending shooting, searing hot, cripplingly demoralizing pain from my lower back all the way down my right leg, leaving me all but bedridden.

Obviously, there are different levels, degrees, and types of pain. Out of all the different types that I’ve experienced in my life, including birthing labor pains, this was the worst!

Unfortunately, western medicine usually treats the symptoms of the issue but rarely delves into dealing with the root of the issue.

There is a common practice in western medicine to treat pain with opiates, which has caused an opiate epidemic. Opiates are highly addictive, causing internal damage to otherwise healthy organs and they don’t actually fix the root issue. In my experience, I have found one medical professional after the next that wanted to prescribe pain meds but did not have a lot to offer in the way of getting to the root of my issue. While you’re experiencing chronic pain, it can be a daunting and painful challenge just getting to and from doctors offices, having imaging done and getting little to no answers, only to leave with yet another prescription that can only barely alleviate the pain.

This journey took me on an in-depth discovery of myself, the medical community, and ways to effectively manage chronic pain. I’m going to share with you a recipe of practices that I created for myself to manage my pain.

1. Stay Away from Opiates

I myself chose not to take opiates to relieve my pain. I did not want to add insult to injury and create yet even more illness from taking addictive pain meds.

Opiates include a variety of drugs ranging from legal drugs such as fentanyl, codeine, and morphine, to illegal drugs such as heroin. The one thing they all have in common is the ability to depress or slow down the body’s central nervous system.

There are three classifications of opiates:

The first group contains naturally occurring opium derivatives including morphine.

The second group contains partially synthetic derivatives of morphine, called opioid drugs such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, and oxymorphone.

The third group contains synthetic compounds like Fentanyl, alfentanil, levorphanol, Meperidine, methadone, codeine, and Propoxyphene.

These drugs only mask the root of the issue, they have harmful side effects, and will NOT cure the root cause.

Pain is your bodies way of communicating with you and where you need to focus your attention. It’s an alarm to get you to the root of the problem.

Opiate usage can dull and numb the senses, keep you unaware of your true pain levels and how to manage it.

If you do have to take them, moderate and minimize: use only when the pain is unbearable.

Instead, I chose pharmaceutical grade THC and CBD oils and tinctures that do not have addictive qualities. Thankfully there has been a surge of new information surrounding medical cannabis, CBD oils, and tinctures along with passionate individuals and companies that are creating effective and safe ratios to treat and relieve chronic pain and inflammation.

2. Meditation and Affirmations

Meditation is one of the most important practices that you can learn to assist you in bringing the intensity of your pain down, to calm the nervous system, and to center yourself.

A calm mind is a powerful pain reliever.

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For more in-depth information on how to begin your practice of meditation read Katya’s article “Meditations For Beginners: Best Ways To Start Your Practice”

Learning to breathe into your pain, to let go and surrender, will be one of your best tools.

It takes presence, courage, commitment, and consistency to evolve your practice, but you will notice a big difference in your ability to manage your pain.

Daily affirmations of healing are a must.

Visualize and verbalize your vibrant health. Only speak healing words into yourself, speak as if you are already healed. See yourself doing the things you want to do, and adopt a belief that it’s on the way.

Discouragement will come up a lot when you’re feeling awful and experiencing debilitating pain, so you have to be disciplined in your desire to heal.

Allow yourself to feel discouraged as you should, considering the pain, but don’t wallow in it. Be willing to pick yourself back up and move forward.

A wonderful book on healing is “You can Heal your Life” by Louise Hay.

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3. Take the Initiative

What exactly does this mean? It means not leaving the responsibility of your healing and health in the hands of medical practitioners. You have to take control of your destiny, of your healing, of your well being. No one is going to come and wave a magic wand and end the misery. You have to dig yourself out.

You are alone with your pain, people can love and be supportive in your journey but it’s you who has to endure and manage your pain. You have to will yourself healthy, you have to do the “work” if that means physical therapy, show up EVERY single time, even when you don’t feel like it. Even if that means minimizing your activity and resting, do it. If that means eating healthy foods to assist your body in healing, give up the junk. And if that means asking and allowing others to care for you, be vulnerable and ask. It’s about balancing your inner will to heal and your outer practical steps towards that healing.

One thing about being in long extended periods of pain with limited mobility, you will have to become comfortable being vulnerable.

Don’t expect anyone to make it better for you, make it better for yourself!

4. Diet, Mobility, and Exercise

Our bodies are divinely created to endure immense levels of trauma and injury. With that being said, it’s vital to feed yourself the proper nutrition to aid in your healing. Hydration is number one, and is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is the cause for the majority of health issues today. Drink at least an ounce of water for every pound you weigh. Make sure you are choosy about your water quality and the container that holds your water. Glass being the ideal receptacle and make sure you are praying into your water. Water has consciousness and responds to your positive intentions. Positive intentions spoken into your food and water changes the molecular makeup.

For more education on this see Dr. Masaru Emoto’s work. Here’s a snippet of an experiment where he proves this.

Eat live, fresh, organically sourced food. Lots of green foods, which are filled with chlorophyll.

Chlorophyll is a green pigment present in plants which facilitates the absorbtion of light from the sun. Consuming chlorophyll from vegetal sources can help with blood detoxification, boosts energy naturally, fights fatigue and assists in the prevention of cancer.

Eat foods that will support your vital life force energy: veggies, fruits, live, whole organic foods.

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Try to avoid dairy products, which increase inflammation in the body.

Avoid caffeine. Caffeine exhausts the nervous system and can decrease your pain threshold, making the nervous system more alert to pain.

Take supplements!

Do the research, expand your knowledge, seek alternative methods and be consistent.

A few really good ones to mention are Curamin: a combination of curcumin (It is the principal curcuminoid of turmeric, a member of the ginger family) and boswellia (also known as Indian Frankincense. Resin made from boswellia extract has been used for centuries in Asian and African folk medicine. It’s believed to treat chronic inflammatory illnesses, as well as a number of other health conditions). When curcumin and boswellia are combined, the boswellia increases the absorption rate of the anti-inflammatory compounds in the curcumin.

Most illness and pain is derived from inflammation in the body.

Magnesium is vital even if you are not suffering from chronic pain, but especially when you are experiencing high levels of inflammation. Magnesium is a powerful pain-relieving mineral. In fact, some researchers believe this mineral holds the key to resolving many types of chronic pain and most people are deficient in magnesium.

In the body, magnesium converts vitamin D, which the body needs to take advantage of bone-strengthening calcium – into a form that it can use efficiently.

Be as active as you can be, without adding extra pain to yourself. Movement will be your friend. Even if it’s difficult and painful, movement is a huge step forward from staying stagnant and sedentary.

Even small attempts towards keeping active will be beneficial.

5. Salt Bath’s

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I can’t say enough about this wonderful, easy practice. During my intense period of chronic pain, I literally took 2-3 hot, Epsom salt baths a day! First off it takes the weight of gravity off and allows you to relax your muscles. The salt pulls out toxins and the heat aides in pure relaxation and lightens muscle tension. My baths meant everything to me. They help soothe tremendously.

6. Use Alternative, Holistic Pain Therapies

We are so fortunate to have access to alternative health practitioners: massage, essential oils, acupuncture, reiki, sound healing, network spinal analysis (Gentle precise touch to the spine cues the brain to create new wellness promoting strategies).

Create a cocktail of alternative and conventional care that is personalized and geared toward your health condition. Be open to researching and seeking out qualified practitioners that can assist in your journey to healing.

Conventional medicine is a wonderful and life-saving resource, not to be discounted by any means. Using discernment when to move forward in exploring alternative options is key. Or vice versa knowing when to seek conventional medicine when alternative options you’ve sought aren’t providing long-term relief.

We’ve created so much resistance around the word “alternative” because somehow that translates to negating traditional medical practices. I found that it’s vital to be open, educated and willing to explore and experiment with newer therapies available. When you are suffering debilitating chronic pain and illness you have to be willing to try. When you’ve exhausted traditional western medicine and it isn’t helping, you have to be willing to expand your own practice, remove resistances and actively seek those who are truly informed about “alternative” therapy and healing modalities.

There is most certainly a need to use discernment, same thing in the case of exhausting alternative therapies you need to know when it’s time to seek conventional medicine.

I tried to heal myself naturally first through noninvasive practices, but as time went on I sought out a neurosurgeon and turns out I did indeed need surgery to fix my injury. I don’t regret the path I took at all, the organic, alternative therapies I did in the interim were not in vain. It kept me physically strong and prepared me for surgery and allowed me a speedy recovery. I believe surgery should always be a last resort.

7. Be your own Cheerleader

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When experiencing day in and day out extreme pain you have to become your own best friend, your own cheerleader and your own voice of encouragement.

It’s wonderful to have family and friends encouraging you and sending beautiful blessings and intentions, but unfortunately, when you’re dealing with chronic pain specifically, you will find that most of your time is spent alone. You’re going to have to find that inner voice that speaks loudly to your healing and well being.

You will cry, you will ache, you will feel like giving up, you will be confused, you will be exhausted, you will be discouraged, you will be in agony and you will be enraged and every single expression is worthy of being felt and heard.

You mustn’t suppress any of it. When you’re done feeling it, let it pass and move into being proactive about healing.

Look at others powerful testimonies of healing to encourage you. Surround yourself with pleasant things, stay as active as you can, fill your time with positive reading, and reflections. Get to know yourself, enjoy your own company. Find healthy outlets to keep your mind occupied: writing, reading, researching, crafts, arts, music, whatever your personal interests are.

8. Practice Gratitude and Compassion towards yourself

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Practicing daily gratitude is essential. When you are experiencing intense pain, it’s not going be easy to practice. Even on your worst days it’s more important than ever to stay mindful, and saturate yourself in gratitude, this is going to lift your mood, remind you of all the blessings you still have and that you will eventually heal and it keeps your heart open and content.

Taking a huge dose of gratitude the moment you wake up every morning will affirm your vibration and transmute victim mentality. Be gentle, loving, soft, nurturing and compassionate with yourself, don’t wait for others to give you this, do it for yourself.

9. Get as much quality sleep as possible

Sleeping is essential to healing. When you’re in extreme pain, it’s very difficult to sleep. Drink chamomile tea before bed, take a hot bath with lavender oil, take melatonin, make sure your bedding is always clean and that you have proper pillows and body alignment for sleeping.

Wear comfortable sleepwear or sleep nude for optimal sleep. Do breathing exercises before bed to calm the nervous system. Make sure your room is dark, light can be disruptive. Turn off all gadgets ie: tv, phones, computers, and tablets. Hope for a better tomorrow and be grateful you got through your day.

The Bottom Line

Healing is not linear, some days will be better than others. Try not to get discouraged on the tougher days, know that better days are ahead of you.

You can heal, you can manage your pain without becoming addicted to harmful drugs and you can be your own advocate, it’s all about not giving over your power solely to the medical community. Your healing is your responsibility and that should empower you.

Happy healing, I hope these tips encourage you to start an optimistic approach to overcoming your chronic pain. Remember that information is just information, concepts floating around until you actually put things into practice. No one can do it for you but you!

DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE AND WEBSITE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The information, including but not limited to, text, graphics, images and other material contained in this article are for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Angela is an Empowerment Ambassador, Health and Wellness Advocate. She is a student and an example of holistic, spiritually enhanced and youthful living. Angela empowers people to live the heart's path and to believe that life doesn't require one to age quickly and live a life of illness. Writing articles for SOLANCHA Magazine is one of the ways she expresses her passion for inspiring people to become a happier and healthier version of themselves.

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Quick Ayurvedic Tea Recipes for Vata, Pitta, and Kapha Doshas

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Ayurvedic Tea is a drink made with special ingredients especially herbs. It’s is commonly used to detoxify and cleanse the body. In addition, the drink helps to calm the nerves, enhance energy, aid digestion, and promote emotional well-being. Today, we borrow these ancient practices and apply ayurvedic tea to our 3 dosha types. Read on.

Ayurvedic Tea for Vata Dosha

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  • 3 cups of water
  • 1tsp. Chamomile – fresh
  • 1/2 tsp. Nutmeg powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Ashwagandha powder
  • 1/4 tsp. dry Ginger – ground

Bring the water to boil. Switch off the heat and quickly add in all the ingredients. Cover the pot and let it sit for 10 minutes. This enables the ingredients to infuse well. Sieve in your drinking cup and enjoy. If you have a sweet tooth, feel free to add a vegan sweetener of your choice. However, note that this is not a bitter drink. Hence, you might enjoy more without sweetening.

The Benefits

The Vata dosha needs more brain magic to improve their memory and balance their moods. This recipe has chamomile as the key herb, nutmeg as the supporting herb, and ginger powder as the carrier herb. The body will, therefore, absorb the drink efficiently. Chamomile and nutmeg are nervine sedatives (they relax the nervous system) while Ashwagandha is a nervine tonic, (it strengthens the nervous system). Ginger, as a carrier herb, helps your body to digest all these herbs

This Ayurvedic Tea can be taken at any time of the day.

Ayurvedic Tea for Pitta Dosha

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  • ¼ tsp. Coriander
  • ¼ tsp. Cumin
  • ¼ tsp. Fennel
  • 2 cups of water
  • A sweetener (maple syrup, agave nectar, etc.)

Roast the seeds in a hot pan and set aside. This helps to bring out their natural oils and aroma. As a result, they infuse easily when boiled in water. Next, you bring the water to boil in a saucepan or teapot. Add the above ingredients and let it simmer until it reduces by half (approximately 10 minutes on a medium-low flame).

In your drinking cup, add a sweetener to your preferred taste. Then pour in the hot drink via a strainer. Stir well to mix and enjoy.

The Benefits

This Ayurvedic Tea recipe is an excellent laxative. It is great for digestion and relieves constipation. It is best taken just before you go to bed.   

Ayurvedic Tea for Kapha Dosha

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  • ½ fresh lemon
  • 1 stick of cinnamon
  • 1  cup of green tea
  • 2 cups clean water
  • A sweetener (maple syrup, agave nectar, etc.)

Bring the water to boil in a saucepan or teapot. Add the cinnamon and the green tea (wrapped in a muslin cloth to make the leaves more manageable). In your drinking cup, add the sweetener and squeeze in the lemon juice. Pour in the hot tea and stir well.

Enjoy!

 The Benefits

The Kapha dosha needs body stamina and balance to stay in check even when overwhelmed. This recipe has ingredients that boost the body’s immunity and help it to heal. It is also excellent for cold, sinus, cough, and allergies. Finally, it promotes blood circulation. The tea is best taken in the morning.

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Vegan Golden Milk Latte: Powerful Immune-Boosting Drink

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Manage common ailments this winter with a tasty Vegan Golden Milk Turmeric Latte! It is a 5-minute, vegan, and immune-boosting drink ideal for all ages. In addition, it is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which enhance your body’s immunity.

In this article, I’ll share with you how to prepare your hot Vegan Golden Milk Turmeric Latte using fresh ingredients such as turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg. With this recipe, you can substitute coconut milk with cashew milk and almond milk for a unique taste each night. Let’s dive in!

What Is So Special About This Drink?

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With turmeric, you enjoy the following health benefits:

  • Turmeric is rich in antioxidant compounds, which block free radicals. In other words, the compounds stimulate your body defenses.
  • It fights off coughs and colds, especially on those cold winter nights.
  • Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties that fight against arthritis.
  • It will boost your immune system even when down with a sickness.

A sprinkle of cinnamon in each drink will fight infections and repair your tissues. It also helps to reduce the risk of heart disease. In addition, you experience warming, yet calming effect that helps in balancing your blood sugar.

A pinch of nutmeg helps with indigestion. It is a natural detoxifier, reduces insomnia, and improves your blood circulation.

Finally, coconut milk is excellent for your heart. It helps to lower cholesterol levels and stimulate weight loss. Hence, a sip of one cup of milk results in lots of health benefits.

Ingredients

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  • 2 cups coconut milk – You can substitute it with almond milk or cashew milk
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground turmeric
  • A pinch of black pepper – It helps your body absorb the turmeric
  • A sprinkle of freshly ground cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon of maple syrup or your preferred sweetener
  • Freshly ground cinnamon
  • Nutmeg

Procedure

In a medium to a hot flame, start by adding milk to a heavy-based pot.  Then add all the remaining ingredients. Stir the mixture. Then let it simmer for about 10 minutes. Check that that all the ingredients melt together to bring out their flavors.

Pour your vegan golden milk into a mug and enjoy it. That was easy, right?

Quick Tips:

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If you love a frothy look, use an electric milk frother on the drink before pouring it into your mug.

Does the taste of turmeric put you off? Then, start with small quantities and increase the amount with time. Alternatively, you can add other ingredients like vanilla and ginger to dominate the flavors. However, think about all the health benefits of turmeric.

Now, the main ingredient in this Vegan Golden Milk latte is turmeric. Turmeric metabolizes quite fast. However, our bodies may not get the chance to absorb it well. That’s why we use black pepper in this recipe. It multiplies your blood’s ability to absorb turmeric by up to 20 times!

Secondly, note that turmeric has low solubility in water. Melting it in coconut milk, almond, or cashew milk does the trick.

Conclusion

When you have gout pain, or have kids down with a cough or cold, you need not worry. Mother Nature gives you all the tasty ingredients to fight such ailments.  The Vegan Golden Milk Turmeric Latte is worth a try. Use the quick recipe above to tap into the hidden benefits of turmeric. For best results, opt for freshly ground ingredients. Besides, its soothing and relaxing traits make it your ideal nighttime drink.

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Pranic Healing: Overcome Modern Day Ailments with Life Energies

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Often we struggle with conditions that modern medicine finds it hard to demystify. However, Mother Nature is always at hand to heal our minds and bodies with her age-old techniques. One such avenue to tap into nature’s healing power is through pranic healing.

What is it? How does it work? Is it ideal for your situation?

These are some of the common questions that this quick guide seeks to address. Are you ready to unlock what Mother Nature has in store for you? Keep reading!

So What Is Pranic Healing?

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Pranic healing is a non-invasive treatment. It involves a meditation practice that sets the flow of prana energy (also called Kundalini) in our bodies. As a result, it restores our wellness and breathes life to our bodies and minds.

Pranic healing gets its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Prana’. It means a life-giving force or a vital principle. As per Indian belief, this helpful prana energy is all around us. Hence, we use meditation to tap this life force and use it to restore life into our bodies.

Meditation TechniqueAim
Natural BreathingIt is the basic pranic healing technique.
Here, we become conscious of our
breathing patterns. Consequently,
it soothes and relaxes the mind and body.
Basic Abdominal BreathingIt involves learning to breathe with our
diaphragm. This way, we make use of all
parts of our lungs. As a result, our
internal organs gain from improved
breathing.
Thoracic BreathingThis breathing way uses more energy
than the abdominal one. Hence, we
learn the right way to expand
the ribcage and not the diaphragm.
It prepares participants for other
detailed yogic breathing sessions.
Clavicular BreathingIt involves learning how to breathe
under lots of stress. Here, you master
how to allow lots of air into your lungs
and arrest any medical issue. It is
excellent on asthma attacks, blocked
or obstructed airwaves, and emphysema.
Yogic BreathingThis technique is about breathing
using both the clavicular, abdomen,
and chest areas. It works well
to promote optimal inhalation and
exhalation. The participant learns
how to use these three areas in exact
proportions.
Deep BreathingHere, the participant uses a timer
or clock to check the breathing
periods. This way, they learn to take
deep and smooth breaths and hold
them for longer. These gulps of air
assist in massaging the internal
organs. It also helps in lowering
blood pressure, stress, and anxiety.
The participant learns to take in more
oxygen with every breath. In addition,
it relaxes the nervous system and helps
prepare expectant mothers for labor.

How do we achieve this?

The Principle Behind Pranic Healing and Pranayama

Pranayama is a set of meditation habits that are part of a pranic healing session. Here, the persons guide their breathing to raise prana energy through the spine. In turn, when the prana enters the sixth chakra, one gets enlightenment.

Other pranic healing techniques include:

  1. Interrupted Breathing – Anuloma Viloma
  2. Alternate Nostril Breathing  –  AnulomVilom
  3. Cooling Breath – Kaki mudra, Sheetali, Sitkari
  4. Victorious Breath – Ujjayi             
  5. Humming Bee Breath – Bhramari
  6. Bellow’s Breath – Bhastrika
  7. Right Nostril Breathing – Surya Bhedan

How Does Pranic Healing Work?

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Our spines have an energetic nerve channel that runs on either side of the spine. The prana energy sips upward through this channel. As it does so, our breath draws to the lungs, resulting in a reawakening of the senses.

Even so, as the prana energy shifts downward, it becomes Apana energy. This new life force induces the person to exhale. In turn, he detaches from the conflicting forces of the outside world.

Through inhalation, we get happy and excited about prana energy. Meanwhile, we conquer depression, anxiety, or any other emotional disturbance with every exhalation. 

What Should I Expect To Gain From A Pranic Healing Session?

Attain Inner Peace

Prana energy cleanses our emotions and thoughts. That way, we experience quietness and harmony. Eventually, we become mindful of our being.

Happiness and Better Health

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Pranic healing clears and activates our heart chakra. It is the heart chakra that determines our feelings of joy and happiness. In the process, our bodies respond by becoming healthy in mind and body. 

Higher Intelligence Levels

When prana energy enters our upper chakras, it revives our high intelligence. These upper chakras connect to our spirituality. They define our concentration, abstract thinking, and brain activity levels. In addition, when free, they have a ripple effect on the lower chakras like the sacral chakra.

We Heal Ourselves

By learning breathing meditation, we develop healthy habits that discourage diseases. Instead, taking good care of our minds and bodies becomes a standard routine.

We Impact Health to Others

It is not easy to sample the benefits of pranic healing and keep them to yourself. You will have the urge to want to help others restore their health as you did. Hence, in a way, pranic healing creates a ripple healing effect on those around us. That’s why you find beneficiaries start breathing meditation classes in their neighborhood.

Discover Other Positive Energies In and Around You

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As you go through a self-awakening, you become aware of how the energy in and around you spins. You’ll see how these forces impact your life. Then, you can come up with strategies to avoid the negatives and attract the positives only. 

Appreciate Your Chakras

As discussed earlier, Pranic healing works through our chakras. Therefore, as you see the results of the therapy, you’ll learn to appreciate how this anatomy of energies works.

Get Your Life Back

Pranic healing makes us aware of how our bodies react to external forces. We gain charge over many aspects of our lives. These include finances, relationships, spirituality, and health. 

Better Intuition

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A clear Third eye chakra helps us to horn our intuition. Hence, we can trust our sixth sense to direct us out of any imminent dangers or tricky situations.

Conclusion

Prana energy gives us a chance to clear our chakras and recover from common ailments. Moreover, pranic healing can become a lifestyle habit. You’ll heal and stop any sickness or emotional imbalances without using any drugs. Besides, the rounds are quite straightforward and free. Yet, the gains are priceless. Use pranic healing to awaken you today. 

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