People have used several energies to heal sickness, all of which involves the used of ancients techniques passed unto them by their ancestors. These techniques probably come from ancient shaman and seer practices from centuries ago. Expert can only imagine that most these energetic healing comes in a holistic approach such as breathing and movement exercises, meditation and self-awareness practices, herbal and food/diet remedies, as well as lifestyle changes to assist the healing process.
Here are 4 Holistic Energy for Healing
Reiki is the transferring of the universal ki (energy, qi, chi) through the practitioner’s palms or hands to promote healing within the client. The practitioner uses hand placements, but there are some who let their intuition guide them to where the energy flow is blocked or to where healing needs to take place. Some people believe that Reiki balances the seven Chakras.
2) Polarity Therapy
Polarity Therapy works by finding energy that are unbalanced, blocked, or fixed due to stress or other factors. When there is an energy blockage in the energy field, it affects the body tissues such as muscle and fascia. Polarity Therapy sees health as a reflection of the condition of the energy field, and it is believed that there are 3 types of energy fields in the human body: Long line currents that run north to south in the body; transverse currents that run east-west in the body; and spiral currents that start at the navel and expand outward.
3) Qigong (chi kung, or chi gung)
Qigong works by cultivating and balancing qi (chi, ki, energy) for the promotion and maintenance of health. It involves different exercises like breathing exercises, movement exercises, self-awareness practices, and meditation. The goal here is to master the mind through self-awareness of the body, mind, and emotions, and to open the heart with gratitude and compassion. Mindfulness and awareness are proven effective in removing negative emotions, which are qi blockers, hinderers, and causes of pain and suffering.
Shiatsu work through finger massages, which is similar to Acupuncture and other Traditional Chinese Medicine. A Shiatsu practitioner puts pressure on specific points along the meridian energy channels so they can to balance out, increase, or decrease the flow of chi to that given point and/or through the specific meridian channel. Like Reiki, Shiatsu techniques uses a fixed pattern, but healing sessions depends on the clients’ needs.