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Chakra Lessons 10-21

 
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Segment II - Chakra Manipulation


Lesson 10: Preparation for Chakra Healing

This lesson opens the second segment of the series of lessons on the 7 major chakra’s. It is assumed that the student is familiar with the function of each individual chakra and able to easily locate each. This material is presented in the first segment and is also available in numerous textbooks.

As we have seen in the previous segments, the dysfunction of a chakra is indicative of either physical, mental or spiritual dysfunction of the individual to varying degrees. We have also introduced the concept that whether one diagnoses directly through the chakra, reads the aura, diagnoses through kinesiology or other method, dysfunction of a chakra is evident in the aura and through nervous system. With this in mind, the restoration of a chakra to a more balanced normal condition will have far reaching effects on the whole person.

As a healer, you have the ability to diagnose the condition of a chakra, correct chakra energy flow, open a chakra, balance a chakra, and correcting electrical reversal. The remainder of the lessons in this segment will address these concepts from a clinical viewpoint.

It is extremely important that the healer have correct energy flow of his/her chakra’s before attempting to diagnose and correct the chakra’s of others. For this is a clear qualification to work on the energy system of another individual. A healer with a shut heart chakra and a shut head chakra is hardly qualified to work on another individual. A healer with counterclockwise flow and multiple blocked chakra’s should first look inward to his/her own healing before attempting to work on others.

Should the healer have a shut chakra or a chakra with counterclockwise flow, it is entirely possible that the healer may misdiagnose the condition of the patients chakra’s. For example, a healer with a shut Head or "Third Eye" chakra may misdiagnose the patient as having a weak or shut chakra when in fact it is the compromised chakra of the healer that is resulting in the healers inability to properly discern the status of the patients chakra. A healer with a shut heart chakra may find him/herself in the position of going through the mechanics of diagnosis / correction / balancing, but failing to achieve good results. This has been seen clinically, again stressing the importance of the health of the healer.

For those who are Reiki practitioners, much of what is presented in this segment may be found to be very easy to put into practice. For everyone, the more you practice, the easier it becomes to work on the human energy system. It is entirely possible to discern the condition of a persons chakra to some degree simply by being in their presence.

With the position of being a healer inherently comes the issue of trust with your patients and certain moral ethics by which you practice your healing art. Certain material presented in future lessons will fall under the category of unethical if used in certain ways. No material will be edited out of the clinical applications presented simply because of the possibility of its misuse.



Lesson 11: Muscle Indicators

In this lesson we will look at a clinical method to determine the bodies response to a stimulus. This method will be applied in the next lesson to determine the condition of a chakra.

For two distinct methods of chakra diagnosis we will use what is known as a muscle indicator to determine the condition of a chakra. A muscle indicator, for those who are unfamiliar with Applied Kinesiology or other similar methods, is using relative muscle strength as an indicator of a compromised body condition. Food allergy testing, subluxation detection, distant diagnosis and other types of specialized kinesiology use the muscle indicator as the diagnostic indicator. Developing the skill of sensing the muscle indicator is an art and takes practice.

Any muscle may be used as a muscle indicator. The best and most common are the hamstring group and the deltoid muscles. We will describe the use these muscle indicators for purposes of this lesson, if you are familiar with using other muscles, feel free to use them.

The hamstring muscle indicator is used if the patient is lying face down. Bending the knee 45 to 90 degrees is a convenient position for both the healer and the patient. The patient is instructed to offer resistance to any force put to the leg by the healer, but no more than is necessary to keep the leg in the same position. To test the muscle indicator, hold the patients ankle and attempt to extend the leg back down to the table. Initially attempt the procedure with both legs, use the stronger of the two if an appreciable difference in muscle strength exists.

If the patient is lying face up, the deltoid muscles are an excellent indicator. In this case the arm (with elbow extended) is pointed toward the ceiling and the patient is instructed to hold the arm in this position against any force introduced by the healer. To test the muscle indicator, hold the patients forearm near the wrist (but not on the wrist) and attempt to push the arm toward the foot of the table. Again, attempt the procedure with both arms, using the stronger of the two if an appreciable difference in strength exists.
When using a muscle indicator, please be aware that a patient may have a shoulder or knee problem on one side but not the other. If this is the case, use the other side, for aggravation of bursitis or irritation of a torn meniscus will not make a happy patient.

The muscle indicator is tested immediately following the introduction of a stimulus. That is, the stimulus is introduced and the muscle indicator is immediately tested. Should the muscle indicator be strong, the stimulus had no effect on the person. Should the muscle indicator be weak, the stimulus has had an effect on the person. For all instances and examples cited in these lessons, strong is the desired result, indicating health. Should a muscle indicator be weak, a problem exists.

The least amount of force possible to discern "weak" or "strong" is the best amount of force to use. Ideally, this may only be a few ounces of pressure, certainly no more than a few pounds. Using 20 or 30 pounds of force will cause the patient and healer to get tired quickly. It should be clearly explained to the patient that this is not a test of "my strength vs. yours". The more you practice and gain the skills, the easier it will be to distinguish between "weak" and "strong".

Each individual patient will exhibit different degrees of "strong" and "weak". Therefore, it is wise to begin each session with learning your patients response to the muscle indicators you will use. This is done by testing the muscle and telling the patient to "hold". Test the muscle indicator and make a mental note of the muscle strength. Say to the patient "strong is yes, weak is no". Then instruct the patient to "show me yes", then test the muscle indicator. There should be a "strong" response. Then say to the patient "show me no", again test the muscle indicator. There should be a weaker response to the test. A "weak" response also may be sensed as a delay in muscular response rather than weakness. This procedure allows the healer to become familiar with how the patient will react, and allow the patient to become familiar with the procedure as well. For some patients, the difference between a "strong" and "weak" response will be very subtle, for others it will be obvious. Do not be discouraged if you are unable to distinguish between "strong" and "weak", for this is an art that must be learned through practice.

Occasionally, you will find a patient in which the strong response is indistinguishable from the weak response. Such a patient is very "defensive" and is not allowing you to diagnose him/her. The patient, however, will probably not even be aware of doing this, so don't even bring it to their attention, doing so will not help the situation. This patient is most likely afraid of what you may find, doesn't completely trust you, or has some repressed issues s/he may not even be aware of. With the patients clinical history in mind, consider what the patient may be trying to "not let go of". For example, if you perceive the person does not have many "feelings" and is emotionless, being militaristic in his/her dealing with others, suspect the Solar Plexus chakra is the problem and proceed accordingly.

Occasionally you will also find a patient where the "strong" response is very strong and the "weak" response is a complete blow-out of the muscle indicator. Such a patient will be easy to work with and you will probably find that they are very open and accepting of your healing abilities.


Lesson 12: Energy Flow Diagnosis Using a Muscle Indicator
In this lesson we will look at a clinical method to determine the health of the energy flow of a chakra. As previously presented, chakra energy flow should be in a clockwise direction, where the
chakra is absorbing energy from the universe. Counterclockwise energy flow or no energy flow at all is aberrant and is in need of correction.

Recall from the previous lesson that a strong muscle indicator indicates a healthy condition, a weak muscle indicator indicates an unhealthy condition, or a condition in need of correction. Keeping this in mind, you will probably find varying degrees of weakness. The degree of weakness is most often proportional to the severity of the problem.

With the patient lying on their back, instruct them on the muscle indicator procedure you will use. Test the muscle indicator and determine the baselines for "strong" and "weak" by the "show me yes" and "show me no" test described in the previous lesson. This will allow the patient to become familiar with the procedure and allow you to become familiar with the patients response. If you are able to distinguish "weak" from "strong" with your patient, you are ready to continue.

Have the patient place on hand on their forehead and leave it there for the duration of the testing procedure. To determine if a particular chakra has a problem, simply place your hand, palm down, into the chakra, and perform the muscle test with the other hand. If the muscle is strong, the chakra is healthy. If the muscle indicator was weak, the chakra is unhealthy, i.e., counterclockwise energy flow, shut, or weak clockwise flow. Repeat the procedure with the patient's other chakra. With some chakra, the muscle indicator may be very clear and easy to discern. With others, it may be a little more difficult to make the determination. If you find a strong muscle indicator, indicating a healthy chakra, use it for the basis of comparison.

You may check the chakra opening to the rear by having the patient lie face down. A chiropractic or massage table is ideal for this.

It is often inconvenient to have the patient change position from face up to face down frequently during a healing session. For this reason, it would be to the healers advantage to be able to check the condition of both the front and rear chakra without moving the patient.

Recall from the previous examples that the palm of your hand was directed toward the chakra when determining the energy flow. If the patient was face up, your palm was directed toward the patients front to check the front chakra. When the patient was face down, your palm was directed toward the patients back to check the rear chakra. If you turn your palm up, so that the back side of your hand now faces the patients body, following the same procedures will allow you to check the chakra on the opposite side of the body.


Lesson 13: Energy Flow Diagnosis Using a Muscle Indicator
In this lesson we will look at another clinical method to determine the state of a chakra. The previous lesson used a muscle indicator to diagnose the condition of the chakra, we will use the same muscle testing technique for this procedure as well. This procedure is a quick method to determine which chakra’s are in need of attention.

This procedure is done with the patient lying either face up or face down, using the appropriate muscle indicator. We are going to verbally activate the chakra and then perform the test on the muscle indicator. This is done by saying "Chakra 1" and then performing the muscle indicator test. A strong response indicates a chakra which is clockwise and not in need of attention. A weak response indicates a chakra in need of attention, that is, either the energy flow is in the wrong direction or the chakra is weak and needs to be balanced.

This should be continued for each chakra. You may use the names - Base, Sacral, Solar Plexus, and so on, or the numbers - 1, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B and so on. Remember though, it is important to know the names and positions of which chakra’s you are testing when you use this method. If you are confused about what you are testing, do not expect valid results.



Lesson 14: Determining the Direction of Energy Flow of a Chakra.

In the previous lessons we able to determine the chakra’s which are need of attention by various methods. We will now look at three methods to determine the direction of energy flow of a chakra. The first method involves kinesiology, the second involves the use of a pendulum, the third involves sensing the chakra directly.

Method 1: Kinesiology
Place your hand, palm down, over the chakra, and move your hand in a circular counterclockwise direction and perform the muscle indicator test. Make a mental note of whether the muscle was weak or strong. Now move your hand in a clockwise direction and again test the muscle indicator, noting if it was weak or strong. It is important to check the counterclockwise direction first, followed by the clockwise direction.

If you were unable to discern a notable difference between counterclockwise and clockwise, the chakra is probably shut, or at best, weakly clockwise. A chakra in this condition is ready to be corrected.

When you moved your hand clockwise, the muscle indicator should have been strong. If it was, this indicates a chakra ready to be corrected.

If the muscle indicator was weak in the clockwise direction and strong in the counterclockwise direction, there exists the possibility of neurological reversal (also called neurological switching). Neurological reversal must be ruled out or corrected before correcting the chakra.

Method 2: Pendulums

The second method involves the use of a pendulum to determine the direction of energy flow of a chakra. Pendulums are commercially available through various metaphysical specialty shops and organizations. The better pendulums are made out of beechwood, although just about any commercially available pendulum will work. You may also construct your own. A quick way to construct a pendulum is by attaching a wooden ball, about 1/2 to 3/4 inch in diameter, on a 7 inch string. Crystals may also be used if suspended on string.

To check the front chakras, the patient must be laying on their back, to check the rear chakras, the patient must be lying face down.

To determine the energy flow of a chakra, hold the pendulum over the chakra about a half inch to an inch over the bodies surface. Observe the pendulums movement. The diameter of the circular movement and the direction of movement indicate the amount and direction of the energy flow of the chakra.

A clockwise, circular pattern is normal. This indicates a healthy chakra. The larger the diameter of the circle, the more the energy is flowing through the chakra. The diameter of the circular pattern is NOT related to the size of the chakra, only the amount of energy flowing through it.

A general clockwise distorted circular pattern, in which there is are axis shifts, elliptical movements, varying degrees of intensity of movement indicate a chakra which is going through a transitional period.

Counterclockwise flow would indicate energy is flowing out of the chakra, an abnormal condition. Again, the larger the diameter of the circle, the more the energy is flowing through the chakra, but in this case the energy flow is in the wrong direction. Pendulums which swing back and forth without any circular movement indicate counterclockwise energy flow.

Should the pendulum be still, the chakra is shut and has no energy flow at all. This is a condition that must be addressed, as it will always lead to a pathology in the body. A still pendulum is the least desirable of all possible findings.

Method 3: Probing the chakra.

This method is the simplest to perform yet most difficult to master. Place your hand into the chakra and feel the energy flow. You will know the direction and strength. This is similar to using your hand to feel someones energy field. After using either of the above two methods, use this method to see what the chakra feels like to you. Through sensing many chakra, you will begin to develop the skill to diagnose the chakra condition simply by probing it with your hand. It is important to practice this method in conjunction with the above methods, for this method takes time and practice to master.
Regardless of the method used, a chakra with counterclockwise energy flow could be indicative of a condition known as neurological reversal. One of the characteristics of neurological reversal is that the body reports results opposite of what is actually occurring. For example, a counterclockwise chakra (as determined by either of the above methods) in a patient who is who is neurologically reversed is actually a correctly functioning chakra. To reverse the flow to clockwise in this case would not be of any benefit to the patient. Instead, we would want to test for and correct the condition of neurological reversal if it is found to exist. If neurological reversal is not found to exist, we then move on and correct the electrical reversal of the chakra.



Lesson 15: Neurological Reversal

Neurological reversal, also known as neurological switching, is a condition in which certain functions of the nervous system are reversed from the way they should be. The left brain performing functions that are traditionally assigned to the right brain is an example of neurological switching.

One of the characteristics of neurological reversal is that the body often reports results opposite of what is actually occurring. For example, a counterclockwise chakra in a patient who is who is neurologically reversed could be a correctly functioning chakra. To reverse the flow to clockwise in this case would not be the best thing to do. Instead, we would want to test for and correct the condition of neurological reversal if it is found to exist. The chakra would be then retested and corrected if necessary.

To determine the existence of neurological reversal, we will again use a muscle indicator. With the patient lying face up, we will use the arm as the muscle indicator. Test the muscle initially using the "strong is yes, weak is no" procedure learned earlier. Place one hand over the patients umbilicus and quickly move your hand in an upward direction toward the ceiling and immediately test the muscle. Next, reverse the direction of your hand and move it quickly toward the umbilicus and immediately test the muscle. One direction should clearly have a stronger response.

If the patient is not neurologically switched, the upward direction of the hand should show a weaker muscle indicator. If the downward direction (toward the umbilicus) is the weaker response the patient is neurologically reversed.

The theory behind this procedure is the upward movement of your hand takes the energy "out of the person", and thus should prove a weaker response. The downward movement of your hand "replaces the energy" and should prove a strong response. If the response is opposite of what is expected, neurological reversal exists.

Should neurological reversal exist we will need to correct it before working on any chakra. To correct neurological reversal, we must identify three points on the body which, when stimulated with the proper procedure, will eliminate the reversal. The three points are 1) the center of the forehead, 2) the umbilicus, and 3) the "K27" Applied Kinesiology points. The K27 points are located approximately 1 inch below the midpoint of the clavical (collar bone). The other points are not too difficult to find. The points will be stimulated in the following pairs:

Umbillicus & Center of Forehead
Umbillicus & K27's
Center of Forehead & K27's

One of the above three possibilities is the one which will correct neurological reversal. It is not important, for out purposes, to be concerned with which pair actually corrects the reversal.
To stimulate the umbillicus & the center of the forehead, place the index and middle finger of one hand on one of the points, and the index and middle finger of the other hand on the other point. Briskly rub and massage the points simultaneously for about 5 seconds.

To stimulate the umbillicus & K27's, place the index and middle finger of one hand on the umbillicus, and the thumb and pinkie of the other hand on each K27 point, contacting both K27 points simultaneously. Again, briskly rub and massage all three points simultaneously for about 5 seconds.

To stimulate the center of the forehead & K27's, place the index and middle finger of one hand on the center of the forehead, and the thumb and pinkie of the other hand on each K27 point, contacting both K27 points simultaneously. As before, briskly rub and massage the points simultaneously for about 5 seconds.
Repeat the procedure learned to check for neurological reversal. The teat should now show the absence of neurological reversal.
Neurological reversal, in a patient who has a history of being neurologically reversed, may reoccur hours, days or weeks after its correction. For this reason, it is important to check for this condition at the beginning of each healing session with these patients. If the patient is found to be neurologically reversed, simply correct it again, and proceed as you would with anyone else.



Lesson 16: Correcting the Direction of Energy Flow of a Chakra.

In previous lessons we were able to determine which chakra were in need of attention because their energy flow was either reversed, nonexistent, or weak. We will now look at a method to open the chakra, restoring proper energy flow. If neurological reversal was found to exist, it should be corrected before proceeding with this and any future material presented.
Recall from the lesson on "Determining the Direction of Energy Flow of a Chakra" there were several methods to determine the direction of energy flow. If the energy flow was not clockwise, we determined that correction and balancing was the solution.
To restore clockwise flow, place your hand palm down over the chakra to be corrected. Move your hand in a clockwise direction for 15 to 30 seconds and re-test the chakra energy flow direction using your favorite method.

Should you decide to address the chakra on the opposite side of the body, for example, the front chakra when the patient is face down, the chakra may be addressed with the palm up. In this case, the hand must be moved in a counterclockwise direction to effect the clockwise motion required on the opposite side of the body.

Repeat the procedure on all chakra in need of attention and then immediately proceed to balance them.



Lesson 17: Balancing Chakra Energy.

After the direction of energy flow in a chakra has been corrected, we would then proceed to balance the energy flow. Balance between chakra energies is very important. It is desirable that all chakra have similar energy levels. Recall, for example, from the earlier lessons, that a chakra that is very strong in comparison to the others can affect the personality and drives of the individual to an unhealthy degree. An overactive chakra 4B causing a compensory shutting of chakra 4A was cited as one example of the effects of chakra imbalance.

Before we begin balancing chakra, it would be wise to initiate the use of any appropriate Reiki symbols the healer may be attuned to. This is desirable because during the process of balancing chakra, it could, and most probably will, drain the energy of the healer to some degree. It would be a good idea to open the Reiki session in what ever way you are accustomed to at the beginning of the healing session.

To balance the chakra, hold one of your palms over the chakra to be balanced. Hold the other palm over another of the patients chakra that you know to be healthy. You should be able to feel the energy differences between the healthy chakra and the weak one. When you feel the energy in each chakra to be balanced, it time to move on. You may balance the weak chakra with more than one healthy one if so desired. This is the same principle and procedure used in Reiki, the hand positions are just different.



Lesson 18: Creating a Spiritual Connection

Distant diagnosis requires that the surrogate and the patient being tested know each other to some degree. The better the relationship between the two, the easier it is for the healer to obtain information through distant diagnosis. We can enhance this relationship by creating a spiritual connection between the surrogate and distant patient.

Recall that from previous lessons that "cords" develop between chakra of persons in a relationship. This relationship can either be a casual or intense one. The term "cords" is just a figurative way of stating that the chakra are "tuned" to each other and they have the ability to enable one person to spiritually communicate with the other. This is the basis for distant diagnosis.

Please note that the procedure described here to create a spiritual connection is described in 3 parts. The first and second parts do not require the two to be together in the same room and may be done from a distance, the third part has the requirement that the two be in each others presence. The third part is included only for reference, for it is not necessary to perform the third part for the purposes of distant diagnosis. The third part has the potential for creating an intense connection between the two individuals.
For the remainder of this section, we will use the terms "the two", "one" and "the other" to refer to the two persons between whom the connection is to be made.

Part 1. Preparation.

The two may create a spiritual connection or enhance an existing spiritual connection between themselves. They must first completely open themselves to each other, entering a state of mind in which they completely trust each other and allow themselves to become completely accepting of the other person regardless of the persons past, current, or future behaviors or activities. This is best done over time since it is most often progressive in nature. For some, this may be an instantaneous decision.

Part 2. Initiation.

The spiritual connection may be initiated by one of the two. While one is meditating, visualizing the chakra of theirself and the other person, draw lines of the appropriate colored light, three times, in both directions, between the corresponding chakra of theirself and the other person. This may be done between any chakra, i.e., root to root using red, sacral to sacral using orange, solar plexus to solar plexus using yellow, etc. This is symbolic of one desiring the link to the other and one accepting the link of the other.
For distant diagnosis, the 3rd, 4th, and 6th chakra would seem to be the most important. Recall from lessons 3 through 9 the functions and personality traits associated with each chakra. Spiritual connections between certain chakra would have different natures depending on which chakra are involved in the connection.
Part 3. Intensification.

The third part requires the two to be present in the presence of one who can balance chakra. The two would lay face up, on separate tables positioned so that the healer may walk between them. The healer, using one hand for one patient and the other hand for the other patient, would balance each of the desired chakra of one person to the corresponding chakra of the other. It is important to balance only chakra which exhibit clockwise flow.



Lesson 19: Distant Diagnosis.

For this lesson, we shall need to define two terms. The first is the "surrogate", who is the person being tested in place of the distant patient. The other term is "distant patient", who is the patient who is being tested at a distance through the surrogate. For clarity in this lesson, I will use the name Barbra as the surrogate and the name Kathy as the distant patient in any examples. This does not imply the sex of the surrogate and distant patient need be the same.

Distant diagnosis requires that the surrogate and the patient being tested know each other to some degree. The better the relationship between the two, the easier it is for the healer to obtain information through distant diagnosis. Distant diagnosis between two people who do not know each other is not recommended.

To perform distant diagnosis, we will use the muscle testing procedures presented in earlier lessons. We will need a photograph of the person being tested. If none is available, we can write the persons name on a 3x5 or other suitable card. You may also institute a spiritual connection as described in the lesson addressing spiritual connections.

Before beginning the diagnostic session, advise the surrogate that they will become the distant patient. Advise them that they may possibly feel or experience something they never did before. Assure them that this is OK and that is just an expression of the distant patient through them.

Have the surrogate lay on the table, face up. Place the photograph or name card, face up, on the surrogate just over the front heart chakra. The photograph or card shall remain in place for the duration of the testing. During testing, should you require the surrogate to turn over so that s/he is face down, reposition the photograph or card so that it is face up over the rear heart chakra. Tap on the photograph or card three times and say to the surrogate "you are now <name of patient>; you are to respond as <name of patient> would respond as if they were here". For example, if the surrogates name was Barbra and your distant patient's name is "Kathy", you would say to Barbra "You are now Kathy; you are to respond as Kathy would respond as if they were here".

Proceed to test the surrogate by using the "strong is yes, weak is no" protocol described in earlier lessons. Then ask the surrogate "are you <name of patient>. Again, if the distant patients name was Kathy and the surrogates name was Barbra, you would be asking Barbra "Are you Kathy". A strong response of the muscle indicator is the desired result, for you are then testing the distant patient. To be sure, ask the surrogate if they are theirself, for example, ask Barbra "Are you Barbra". The result should be a weak muscle indicator, indicating no.

If you were unable to identify the surrogate as the distant patient, stop. The spirit of either the surrogate or distant patient will not allow the surrogate to become the distant patient at the current time. You may test the surrogate as theirself to find out why if you so desire. Simply ask the surrogate "Are you allowing yourself to become <name of distant patient>?" For example, you would ask Barbra, your surrogate "Are you allowing yourself to become Kathy?" A strong response indicates Barbra, the surrogate, is willing. The problem would then be either the distant patient is not allowing the procedure to occur, or the procedure was done improperly.

Proceed testing the surrogate as if you were testing the distant patient. If you are familiar with other types of testing done through kinesiology, such as testing for food allergies, testing for supplement prescription, testing for subluxations in the spine, testing for past events which occurred in the patient, etc., these forms of testing may be performed as well. Distant diagnosis is not limited to chakra diagnosis, but will work effectively on any tests using the muscle indicator.

When you have completed your diagnostic session, you must restore the surrogate to their original identity. Have the surrogate lay face up and place the photograph or card face down over the patients front heart chakra. Again, tap on the photograph or card three times and say to the surrogate "You are no longer <name of distant patient>, you are now <name of surrogate>". For example, if your surrogates name was Barbra and your distant patients name was Kathy, you would say to Barbra "You are no longer Kathy, you are now Barbra". Perform a muscle test to insure the surrogate has in fact been restored to theirself. I.e., ask Barbra "Are you Kathy". A weak response of the muscle indicator is now the desired result, indicating that the identity of the surrogate has been restored. To be sure, ask the surrogate if they are in fact theirself, for example, ask Barbra "Are you Barbra". The result should be a strong muscle indicator, indicating yes.

Please be aware that if you fail to restore the surrogate to their original identity, the surrogate will retain certain characteristics and traits of the distant patient.



Lesson 20: Breaking a Spiritual Connection

Recall that from previous lessons that "cords" develop between chakra of persons in a relationship. This relationship can either be a casual or intense one. The term "cords" is just a figurative way of stating that the chakra are "tuned" to each other and they have the ability to enable one person to spiritually communicate with the other. This is the basis for distant diagnosis and the whole concept of “spiritual connections”.

Please note that the procedure described here to break a spiritual connection can be a traumatic one for either party. Quite often the party you are breaking the connection from will be devastated in some way. We will look at two ways to break the connection.

The first way involves breaking a connection between you and another person, and can also be used in breaking a connection between your patient and another person. Very simply, all that has to be done to break the connection is to think of the other person, keeping in mind your intent to break the connection. With your hand, make a swift “karate chop” movement in front of each chakra you wish to disassociate from the other person, visualizing cutting the cords with the appropriate colored light for that specific chakra. Do not contact the body when doing this movement. The procedure may have to be repeated several times before complete disassociation occurs.

The second method is a very powerful method that been demonstrated clinically to give excellent results. Have your patient state their intent of who the connection is with and that it will be broken. The first step is to make your patient to be the other person (as outlined in the lesson “Distant Diagnosis”). Once this is done, swiftly cut the cords of any chakra you wish to disassociate, again using the karate chop movement in front of the chakra. This may be done for all chakra’s if necessary. Restore your patients identity to themselves, and repeat the procedure for each chakra. This cuts the connection at both ends.

After completing either procedure, proceed to correct and balance your chakra’s, or your patients chakra’s, ie., who ever had the connection cut. Then proceed to cleanse and rake the aura. The patient should return in a few days to have the chakra and aura rechecked to make sure they are in a healthy state.



Lesson 21: Beyond Chakra Energy Diagnosis.

The diagnosis and correction of the bodies energy field through the chakra is, in itself, an incomplete method to address the wide variety of problems that affect the body-mind-spirit of the patient. This incompleteness is not inherent in the philosophy or methodology presented, but in the fact that disease can enter the body through the physical body, spiritual body, or mind.
Any disease or disorder must be addressed at the level at which it was allowed to enter. For example, if the causative agent has entered through the physical body (e.g., a parasite) removal of the parasite would be the initial desired approach rather than to continually correct the energy system. If the causative agent was a spiritual one, healing of the energy system would be the desired first approach. If the patients mind or thought patterns was the cause of the disease, directly addressing the issues at hand would be the desired first approach.

Once a disease or disorder becomes chronic, it affects the body, mind and spirit. Chronic illness must be treated on all levels, i.e., the body, mind and spirit. If one thinks chronic illness can be treated through medication alone, they are sadly mistaken. This is quite evident through the testimony of those who have taken the medical route for treatment of their own chronic illnesses. Medication alone cannot cure fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, anxiety, depression, HLA-B27 inflammatory disorders, ulcers, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer and so on. These problems most often originate from and must be treated at a level other than the physical body.

In previous lessons we learned how to identify a chakra which is in need of attention. The general procedure is to identify the chakra in need of attention, correct it, balance it, and move on. More than likely, in future visits, the patients chakra may revert partially or in whole to it's original condition. If this is the case, although we would fix it again, we must address other issues which may be causing the chakra to shut or reverse is situations where the disease patterns are of a chronic nature.

When performing chakra diagnosis, occasionally we may find that 2 or three chakra appear to be weak. If the weak chakra are consecutive, for example., chakra 3 and 4, or chakra 4, 5 and 6, the problem may be elsewhere in the energy system. We may also find chakra that we cannot correct. If we find consecutive weak chakra or one which we cannot correct, we then look to the aura for the answer. We would identify and rake the affected layer(s) of the aura, clearing the negative auric energy, and then proceed to recheck the chakra in question.


The lesson concludes this series.
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