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Pain is a funny beast. No one seems to really know quite what it is, or what causes it, or why it comes and goes for some people, and persists for other. It's a mystery.
Following are three simple holistic energy healing techniques for getting the energy to balance and flow. But there are a couple of things you should do before you dive into specific techniques.
You can often feel a difference in the energy over painful areas in the body. It may feel hot, spiky, dense, painful, throbbing, tingly, or just different than other areas of the field. It is often dense, excessive, and “stuck.”
To do this, put your left palm in the field above the affected area, and your right hand pointing toward the ground.
Imagine/feel that you are drawing the energy of the pain up into your left hand and out your right hand, into the earth.
You may need to hold this position for a while (up to 5 minutes). You can open and close your right hand to help “pump” the pain-causing energy out, speeding the process up.
When you feel the flow of energy slowing down, or when you feel relief, put your right hand in the field above the affected area, and your left hand pointing toward the sky. Visualize pure white light entering your left hand, traveling to your right arm and hand, and filling the area you've cleared.
This usually feels very soothing.
Of course, if your discomfort is intense, or if it persists, you should seek qualified medical attention.
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