Monday - Friday ( 8.00 - 17.00 )

Touchless Healing Modalities

The discipline of touchless healing is a fantastic option for the common person to stay healthy by following the basic principles of living, besides healing to commonly known issues. The touchless healing system has such immense powers that positive health results have been found in patients with severs health issues like Stage 3 Cancer, chronic asthma, Oystro or rheumatic arthritis, etc. There are multiple discipline within the space of touchless healing modalities, which vary in execution methodology, however the entire base of principles remain the same. Each of such has its own strengths, which can be leveraged for your benefits. In this healing system we have different modalities of healing from popular practices like Usui Reiki, Karuna Reiki, Magnified healing, Pranic Healing, to name a few.  The services of various touchless healings can be available at Dwarka, Delhi, Gurgaon/Gurugram, Noida, Faridabad by contacting the Trust for in person healing, otherwise the healing is accessible across the entire world since the healing is a touchless one and can be harnessed from anywhere, till the time you are open to seek the healing yourself.
The basic of any touchless healing comes from harnessing the Universal life force or Qi (Chi) or Prana.  The way of manifesting would vary as per the norms that are created by the Mentor, who has conceptualized the healing Practice.
It become important for me to connect to the Prana and describe the same here for the holistic understanding of the space.
Prana is life or vital force, which is a Sanskrit word.  Prana is used to denote the amalgamation of universal life forces coming together to help you heal.  There are many such universal life forces that human races have recognized like Cosmic, Telluric, Solar, Hydro, Wind, Magnetic, etc., there would certainly be many more such forces which we are not cognizant of at the give point and time.  In the believe of Prana we consider all these vital life forces as diving and feel the blessing of the same for reincorporation of vital life force for the wellbeing.  Prana is colloquially referred to as the life force or e energy or energy originating from the Sun and connecting the elements of the Universe. Prana is highly recognized and practiced by Hindu sects as part of Yog or Yoga, Indian medicine, and martial arts. Prana energy has been quite widely been invoked and be promoted in the ancient Vedas and Upanishads.
There are three major constituents in Prana (Vayus, Nadi and Pranayama) that are being practiced or followed.
Vayu  - Vyau is one of the ways of incorporating Prana. Vayu means Wind or Air in Sanskrit.  Vayu has a wide reference and use in a variety of contexts in Hindu literatures and philosophy.   Praṇa is considered as the very basic from which all the other Prana Vayu arises. Hence Praṇa is the collective term which has a reference into the individual Vayu of Praṇa, Apana, Uḍana, Samana, and Vyana. The functions of the five vayus are as follows:
Praṇa – The basic function of heart’s beating and breathing. Prana enters the body through the breath and is sent to every cell through the respiratory and circulatory system. Apana – Is the process of elimination of waste products.  Apana is the process of elimination of waste from the body through the lungs and excretory systems. Uḍana – The basis of Sound production through the vocal function, such as during speaking, singing, laughing, and crying. Also, Udana represents the conscious energy that is required to produce the sound through the vocal function as per the requirement of that time. Samana – Samana refers to the digestion of food and cell metabolism, which includes the repair and manufacture of new cells and growth. In other words the term is used for regeneration. Another function of Samana is regulating heat of the body. Vyana – Vyana refers to the energy that is diffused throughout the body through the circulation). The expansion and contraction process of the body through the muscular system is the basic function of Vyana.
Nadi - Indian philosophy describes that the Prana flows through channels, which are called Nadis. The Shiva Samhita a mention that there around 350,000 Nadis in any given human body.  There are other references quoting 72,000 Nadis, each such Nadis again branching off into another 72,000 each. These Nadis play very important role during application and understanding Yoga practices.
Shiva Samhita explains that the three most important Nadis are the Ida, the Pingala and the Sushumna.  Each of these Nadis facilitates the flow of Praṇa Vayu in the entire human body.
Ida – Ida nadi relates to the right side of the brain.  It is responsible for the left side of the body and it terminates at the left nostril.
Pingala – Pingla nadi relates to the left side of the brain.  It is responsible for the right side of the body and it terminates at the right nostril.
Sushumna – Sushumna nadi connects the Root chakra at the base of the spine to the Crown Chakra at the top of the head.
Pranayama - The word Praṇayama derives from two different Sanskrit words Praṇa and Ayama, which  translates to life force and expansion respectively. Pranayam is  a popular and common term for various techniques that are used for accumulating, expanding and working with Prana. In yoga terms, Pranayama is a practice of specialized breathing techniques to re-create vital life force through regeneration of multiple forces to combine. Many of these Pranayama techniques are designed in a way to cleanse the energy paths or channels called Nadis allowing greater movement of Prana within human body. Other techniques may be utilized to stabilize and then stagnate the breath for Samadhi or to bring awareness to specific areas in the practitioner's subtle or physical body.
The practice of Pranayama can be used for balancing the flow of Prana within the human body. Whenever the Praṇa Vayu enters the human body, a period of uplifted, intensified activity, the yogic tradition refers to it as Pranotthana.  Pranotthana is a sage of pre-cursor to the Kundalini jagran or awakening state.