Mental vs Physical Energy-Explained

Recognize that you are made up of four bodies: physical, physiological, behavioural, and spiritual. Each one is intertwined with the other three, and until all four act in concert, the individual may feel unhealthy, unbalanced, or sick.

What does one do to become conscious of these four bodies? The course starts with an overview of pranic healing, raja yoga, breathing exercises, and massage therapy.Do you want to learn more? check out the website.

The limbic system of the brain controls the mental body. The cerebral cortex regulates the mental body by connecting and organising the different sections of the functioning brain via nerve synapses to fulfil the countless duties entrusted to it every second of the minute. The mental and physical bodies are connected by a network of nerves and muscles that carry out the brain’s commands. The circulatory, respiratory, crystallising, metabolising, catabolizing, assimilating, digestion, excretion, and endocrine processes are all regulated by the mental body.

“When the energy body is working correctly, the physical body would be stable,” says Master Choa Kok Sui, who invented and created modern pranic healing ideas and techniques. This is a paraphrase meant to convey that a pranic healer will search, cleanse, and energise each and every chakra that requires it by controlling the working of the chakras.

The yin and yang meridians, which are linked by interaction of the tongue with the upper palate, bind these chakras, or energy delivery centres, to the physical tissues, lungs, muscles, and nervous system. Our aura, which covers and binds the chakras, holds the energy body intact. Grand Master Choa Kok Sui’s book “Advanced Pranic Healing” is my inspiration.

Auras come in a variety of colours, depending on each person’s unique personality, which is dependent on genetics and past lives. The four quadrants of physical, behavioural, emotional, and metaphysical dominating qualities was used to examine the colours of these auras. Barbara Bowers’ book “What Color Is Your Aura?” is a fantastic resource for this knowledge.

Yoga’s application for well-being is complex and multi-faceted. Yoga literally implies “marriage with God.” There are several types of yogic expression, but the most common ones include the use of poses or’asanas’ that strengthen and stretch various body parts with the goal of making the body stronger and more flexible, as well as integrating the emotional, mental, and spiritual dimensions of the being by using mindfulness of breathing to centre the activities down from the mind into the body and chakra cents. This is Yoga at its most involved shape. There is also the meditative aspect of yoga, which involves remaining motionless and including breathing awareness with the quietening of the mind, which allows the mind to rest and become healthier and more concentrated. Swami Kriyananda’s “The Art and Science of Raja Yoga” is the source (J. Donald Walters).

One can ‘be’ in the present moment by practising mindfulness in breathing, with each inhalation introducing fresh prana into the body and the exhalation releasing the body’s contaminants and exhausted prana through the air.

You Are Alive” is a brilliant resource.

The Buddhist philosophies of inter-being, impermanence, and emptiness encourage the ‘being’ to implement the concepts of shoulds and shouldn’ts, allowing one to rise above dualism’s suffering to the liberation of nirvana or nirbikhalpa, perfect bliss. It is by understanding that you and I are “one,” that our gratification will only arrive when the misery of others is alleviated, that our success is contingent on creating abundance for all; that there is no birth or death, only transformation and change from one state of being to another, from the visible to the unseen; and that there is no birth or death, just transformation and transition from one state of being to another, from the visible to the unseen. Seeing without sight, listening without ears, smelling without a mouth, touching without communication, and speaking without ideas, sensing without emotion are all ways to attain emptiness.

Massage therapy is a technique that I use to help the four bodies integrate by stimulating tissues, muscles, and transferring energy to clear congestions and depletions, as well as energise and optimise overactive or inhibited chakras. I use a range of massage therapy methods to loosen contractures and adhesions, and when those don’t function, I switch to pranic healing techniques that use colour prana to release pain. Pranic healing can also repair muscles, cartilage, and bones, avoid bleeding from fresh wounds, remove kidney and gallstones, and tumours, as well as control elevated blood pressure and increase general health.