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Advanced Pranic Healing:
Advanced Pranic Healing brings important information to more experienced practitioners of this ancient art. This is a textbook filled with techniques and methods for using chi and color prana to produce very rapid healing. Master Choa explains his use of the eleven basic chakras, color prana, and preventive healing techniques. He provides information about advanced pranic treatments, including specific treatments for various ailments such as: gastrointestinal, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, skeletal, muscular, tumors, cancers and blood disorders. From the Publisher: In 1998, Los Angeles urologist Dr. Eric Robbins started using pranic healing in his practice when he decided to try it on a patient who was not responding to standard medicine. Dr. Robbins had seen this patient's name on the roster of the surgical ward for a long time. As frequently happens with complex cases, once things start going really wrong with the body, they seem to escalate. The patient developed multiple intracultaneous fistulae, yeast sepsis, and a pulmonary embolism. He wasn't expected to live. "I went into the guy's room and I said, 'Look, we're doing everything we can for you within the realm of standard medicine. Can I try some of this weird energy stuff on you?'" Dr. Robbins began applying pranic healing daily. Within two days, his fever and nausea disappeared. Within one week his pulse rate decreased and he eventually got strong enough to tolerate a final surgery to repair his fistulae and went on to make a full recovery. Dr. Benny Atnil is another physician who uses pranic healing in his practice. One of his success stories is of healing a 31-year-old man of Diabetes Mellitus. After intensive treatment with pranic healing three times a week, the patient's blood glucose went from 175 to 108. The patient was able to gradually reduce and then stop taking his medication. His last tests showed him free from Diabetes Mellitus. [via]