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Orange-Red Prana: Instantaneous Healing of a Fresh Wound

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Instantaneous healing of a wound is applicable only if the wound is fresh and the subject is healthy, relatively young and receptive. The rate of instantaneous healing ranges from several minutes to about an hour or more. How long it will take depends on
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Instantaneous healing of a wound is applicable only if the wound is fresh and the subject is healthy, relatively young and receptive. The rate of instantaneous healing ranges from several minutes to about an hour or more. How long it will take depends on the age and the health of the subject, the proficiency of the healer and the size of the wound. The healer may take several short rests when energizing.

The basic chakra, which is the source of orange-red prana, is used for instantaneous healing of a fresh wound. The red prana is about fifty percent and the orange prana is about fifty percent. The red prana is slightly more than the orange prana. The red and orange pranas are projected simultaneously and not one after the other. The effect is slower if orange prana is projected first, then red prana next, or vice versa, as compared to orange-red prana. Orange prana has a cleansing or expelling effect. If too much orange prana is used, it may increase the bleeding. Red prana has a strengthening effect and increases the growth rate of cells. Light whitish orange-red prana accelerates the growth rate of cells, thereby causing rapid or instantaneous healing of the fresh wound.

Orange prana causes the rapid splitting of the cells. Red prana causes the cells to rapidly grow and mature. And white prana provides the other color pranas needed. White prana is as essential as orange-red prana. The fresh inner wound will close and heal very fast but the outer skin which is composed of dead cells will not close. Therefore, after healing, there will be a thin cut line on the outer skin. This technique will produce a much faster result on young healthy subjects.

If the wound is gaping, it is necessary to have the wound sewn or taped together, or clipped by your fingers when healing.

This technique is used only on fresh wounds. It cannot be used on delicate internal organs because too much orange prana may cause damage to the internal organ being treated. Orange-red prana should not be used on the brain and the nervous system because of the possible bursting effect and the production of abnormal or "mongoloid" cells.

It is important that the patient's basic chakra be energized and activated. This is necessary in order to have enough pranic energy to produce instantaneous healing of the wound. For less powerful healers, using the basic chakra of the healer alone may not be enough. It would take longer time before the wound will be fully or substantially healed.

The instantaneous healing technique, the "master healing technique" and some advanced healing techniques:

  • Energize and activate the patient's basic chakra with light whitish red prana. Visualize the basic chakra as pulsating and becoming bigger.
  • Apply localized sweeping on the fresh wound. Energize it with a little of light whitish green then with light whitish blue prana to reduce the bleeding and for localizing effect.
  • Energize the fresh wound with light whitish orange-red prana by using the basic-hand chakras technique. Visualize the core as luminous white (about 70%), with light red (about 15%) at the periphery and light orange (about 15%) at the periphery of light red. Orange-red prana also stops bleeding without causing the formation of scab.
  • Simultaneously, apply "short circuiting" on the patient's basic chakra. This is done by drawing pranic energy from the patient's basic chakra with one of your hand chakras, then directing it to the wound with your other hand chakra. This step can be omitted by powerful healers.
  • Visualize the wound as closed or healed. Your visualization does not have to be clear. What is important is the intention. Continue with the treatment until the wound is completely healed. You may take several short rests when treating. (Note: Do not apply this technique on areas near delicate organs.)

Ordinary light whitish greenish-violet or ordinary light whitish bluish-violet can also be used for the rapid healing of a fresh wound.

Does instantaneous healing of a wound require an exceptional person? No, it does not require an exceptional person but the healer should, at least, be proficient in intermediate pranic healing.

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