Which method of healing is best for you?

“Which is the best?” people frequently ask when looking for healing methods. And the short answer is that all healing is founded on the same fundamental principles that haven’t changed in centuries. Religions, philosophies, and occult practises all point to the same place. The modes of connecting with the greater energy source are the only distinctions.

Every particle in the world vibrates, as found by ancient philosophers and confirmed by current science, whether it’s a human body, mind, metal, earth, or anything else. This vibration causes energy to be released. And anything is possible when these energies are matched and balanced with higher energy sources. All human pain and sickness, according to Hermetic philosophers, is caused by an imbalance of energy.

The subjective energy source connecting to the universal energy centre, often known as the superconscious or God energy, is our subconscious. Our ideas, feelings, and emotions generate energy in the subconscious. Any energy travelling to the subconscious is passed through the conscious or objective mind, which works as a gatekeeper. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, our conscious minds have been out of balance. With the growth of information and the social media age, this has gotten worse since the 1990s. We bathe our bodies with chemicals, eat processed foods, and spend the majority of our days surrounded by radio waves of various frequencies. These accumulated detrimental sources of energy, which we let to travel to the subconscious, are important sources of modern-day human misery, manifesting as medical ailments, psychological, emotional, or spiritual distress.

The question now is, how can energy healing practises assist us? The source of healing is, without a doubt, within each of us, namely our conscious minds. However, because it is a wild horse, taming it will take time and work. Meditation, concentration, mantras, tantras, prayer, faith, and other practises devised by the Sages to reach this goal. The majority of approaches take a lengthy time to accomplish the intended result. Remember that the purpose is to manage the conscious mind so that certain thoughts can flow via the subconscious to the collective awareness.

What distinguishes tantric healing from other forms of healing? Tantric healing has a multi-faceted goal. To begin with, low-frequency energy is distributed throughout the entire body. This aids in the relaxation of energy channels. After then, the lymphatic system’s collected garbage is drained. Higher frequency vibrations are generated by activating the three lowest chakras via yoni/lingam focusing once the body is fully prepared. Deep breathing and visualisation are used in conjunction with it. The gateway to the subconscious fully opens once the energy frequency goes above 5,000 units, which feels like a fire inside the root chakra or a whole-body orgasm. The suggestions or wishes transmitted to the subconscious during these exact moments directly enter the superconscious without interruption from the conscious consciousness. The key to success is to visualise and concentrate on only one goal at a time. During this time, there should be no other ideas or emotions of physical pleasure in the head, and all concentrated focus should be on a single aim.

Whatever form of energy healing you choose, if you don’t believe in it and it doesn’t need any effort on your part, it’s unlikely to work in the long run. All healing has to start with you. You are the one true source of relief for all of your afflictions. Due to social or religious influences, true, strong, and effective healing treatments have lost their original significance in modern times. Furthermore, secret societies and powerful people made deliberate efforts to keep these occult practises hidden from regular people behind a veil of morality.

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Volkan Rakin

Volkan Rakin (Vol) has 20 years of hands-on experience in alternative health practices including energy healing, tantra, chakras, and various forms of massages. He was initiated by lineage guru Dr. Vinay Sharma, a disciple of Dr. P J Saher, father of Zen-Yoga. He trained under the personal guidance of various masters from the India, Tibet, Nepal, Philippines and Africa, as a humble student and servant. As well, as many leading modern practitioners.

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