The world now understands that physical ailments are mostly related to emotional and psychological matters. A psychosomatic illness originates from one’s negative attitude towards life and manifests in the body as physical pain and other illness symptoms. True healing is only achieved when the root of the ailment is known, and proper action is taken towards the cause to find a remedy. Louise Hay, author of many self-healing books, in her book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ has given us the list of
diseases and their common embedded emotions and thoughts.
How can we be happy if we keep remembering unhappy memory? How can we be healthy if we keep dwelling in anger? If we seek revenge, we will not have inner peace. Only forgiveness and letting go can set us free from unpleasant memories.
Working as a Pranic healer since 2017, I have noticed many times from clients going through severe ailments, they are struggling with ‘letting go.’ In other words, the lack of forgiveness has contributed significantly to their health status - not being able to let go of the past has dimed their vital energy. I’ve noticed that most of their health issues are embedded in deep-seated hurt: Anger, resentment, regret, fear, sadness, guilt, and blame. These feelings come from an unforgiveness state and the inability to let go that they could live in the moment without any attachment to their past unfavorable memories. Although Pranic healing can improve their health recovery to a great extent, the rate of healing can increase if they let go.
“If you do not forgive, you cannot be internally healed. Forgiving heals the Soul.” -Grand Master Choa Kok Sui
During my career as a Healer, I’ve encountered people who are suffering from high blood pressure, kidney problems, severe depression, aggression, and violence. They do have one thing in common, which is a lack of forgiveness associated with the previous occurrence. From a Pranic healing viewpoint, negative energies like anger and hatred contaminate our aura and chakras.
“Chakras or whirling energy centers are very important parts of the energy body. Major chakras are just like power stations that supply life energy to major and vital organs.” -Grand Master Choa Kok Sui
Chakras have several important functions; physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual:
1: They absorb and distribute prana or life energy to different parts of the body.
2: They are responsible for the proper functioning of the whole physical body and its different parts and organs.
3: Some chakras are centers of psychic faculties. Activation of certain chakras may result in the development of certain psychic faculties.
According to Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, uncontrolled emotions have unwanted effects on chakras and aura and make them malfunction. For instance, anger and frustration result in an imbalance of chakra around the solar plexus chakra, abdominal areas, or heart area, which may manifest itself as indigestion or loose bowel movements. In the long run, it may manifest itself as ulcers or as a gall bladder problem, or it may manifest itself as a heart enlargement or other heart-related problems. Meng Mein chakra is located at the back of the navel and controls and energizes the kidneys and the adrenal glands. It also controls blood pressure. When a person is emotionally triggered by anger and has resentment and difficulty to let go of the past, it affects the Meng Mein chakra, increases the blood pressure, and creates kidney problems.
“All disease comes from a state of unforgiveness” -A Course in Miracles
Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, in his book “Advanced pranic healing,” has clearly mentioned how negative emotions in the form of longstanding anger, resentment, or hatred is a major contributing cause of cancer. Cancer could be physical, etheric, emotional, or karmic in origin or a combination of them. Negative emotions such as anger, resentment, or hatred over-activate the solar plexus chakra. The overactivated solar plexus chakra, in turn, activates the Meng Mein and basic chakras. This, in the long run, may manifest as cancer. For cancer to be healed, there is a need to forgive others due to actual or “apparent” hurts. Forgiving releases the longstanding negative emotions; therefore, it is therapeutic.
Negative karma can be neutralized by utilizing the “law of forgiveness”and the “law of mercy.” -Grand Master Choa Kok Sui
Karma simply means action and reaction or cause and effect. “What goes around comes around.” Yes. As simple as that. Our current situation is a result of our past actions.
“Just as you created your present condition through your past, you create your future condition through your present deeds.” -Grand Master Choa Kok Sui
In order to have a better future, we need to sow a better seed. If we would like to have an orange tree, we need to sow an orange seed. We can’t sow an apple seed and expect to have an orange tree. In the same manner, if we would like to have a life filled with joy and abundance, we need to sow the right seeds. Planning a wrong seed would create negative karma.
“For one’s negative karma to be forgiven, it is necessary to forgive others.” -Grand Master Choa Kok Sui
“For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you; but if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” -Matthew 6:14-15
That’s why when we forgive; we are not doing a favor to another person, but ourselves.
By Mina asr (Ph.D.)
Latest review: 01/12/2021
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2.Choa Kok Sui. Advanced Pranic Healing.
3. Louise L. Hay. You Can Heal Your Life.