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Pranic Healing

Published: 13.05.2005
Updated: 03.12.2011

Prana (pronounced PRAH-nah) is a Sanskrit word meaning "life-force," the invisible bio-energy or vital energy that keeps the body alive and maintains a state of good health. As an art and science, Pranic Healing was widely practiced in the ancient civilizations of China, Egypt and India.

One of today’s methods of Pranic Healing was founded by Mr. Choa Kok Sui, a chemical engineer, Philippino of chinese origin, philanthropist and businessman. He compiled more than twenty years of research and experimentation on the wise use of subtle healing into over five books on Pranic Healing, which are translated into 24 languages.


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