Pranic healing

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Grandmaster Choa Kok Sui stated in his books that there are 11 chakras (energy wheels). While it is commonly accepted that there are seven major chakras, it is also common belief that there are more major chakras within the subtle body.

Pranic Healing is a claimed energy healing system developed and promoted by Choa Kok Sui (1952-2007), a Filipino entrepreneur and philanthropist of Chinese descent. The healing modality claims that prana (energy) can heal ailments in the body by contributing to the person's energy field.[1][2] Sui has also stated that pranic healing is like acupuncture and yoga in that it treats the "energy body" which in turn affects the "physical body".[3][4]

Writing in the Times of India, Rajesh Parajapati, a student of Pranic Healing claims: "The primary principle of pranic healing is utilising the inherent energy prana or energy of life in all beings for self-healing."[5]

No peer-reviewed evidence or publications (in recognized medical journals) exist to support the claimed results of the practitioners. In 1995, Jack Ruso described the method in the magazine Skeptical Inquirer as "mystical or supernaturalistic".[6]

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  1. ^ Walker, Peter (23 May 2006). "Q&A: complementary therapies". The Guardian. Retrieved 2 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "Pranic healing: A holistic cure without drugs". Daily News & Analysis. 
  3. ^ "Peace through pranic healing". The Hindu. 
  4. ^ Kok Sui, Chao (October 1998). "Advanced Pranic Healing A Practical Manual on Color Pranic Healing". Institute for Inner Studies. Retrieved 27 February 2014. 
  5. ^ Prajapati, Rajesh (30 March 2009). "Pranic healing to increase positivity". The Times of India. Retrieved 24 March 2012. 
  6. ^ Raso, Jack (September 1995). "Mystical Medical Alternativism". Skeptical Inquirer. Retrieved 27 April 2011. 

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