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3.

From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,


ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
a little of light whitish blue prana to prevent the projected
red prana from leaking. If dark blue prana is used or too
much light blue prana is projected, it will have an
inhibiting effect. If stabilization is not done, then the
chakra will remain activated for only a few minutes.
Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize, and whether a
chakra should remain activated for only a few minutes or
for a few hours or even for a few days, depend upon the
need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
a little of light whitish blue prana to prevent the projected
red prana from leaking. If dark blue prana is used or too
much light blue prana is projected, it will have an
inhibiting effect. If stabilization is not done, then the
chakra will remain activated for only a few minutes.
Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize, and whether a
chakra should remain activated for only a few minutes or
for a few hours or even for a few days, depend upon the
need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need3. From the solar
plexus chakra up to the crown chakra, ordinary light
whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana is used for
activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need3. From the solar
plexus chakra up to the crown chakra, ordinary light
whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana is used for
activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue pra 4. When
energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the chakra as
becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need1. Scan the
chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited
frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
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4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited
frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
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and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer. Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra. It
is clairvoyantly observed that patients who are
recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue prana in
the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
a little of light whitish blue prana to prevent the projected
red prana from leaking. If dark blue prana is used or too
much light blue prana is projected, it will have an
inhibiting effect. If stabilization is not done, then the
chakra will remain activated for only a few minutes.
Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize, and whether a
chakra should remain activated for only a few minutes or
for a few hours or even for a few days, depend upon the
need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer. Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra. It
is clairvoyantly observed that patients who are
recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue prana in
the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
a little of light whitish blue prana to prevent the projected
red prana from leaking. If dark blue prana is used or too
much light blue prana is projected, it will have an
inhibiting effect. If stabilization is not done, then the
chakra will remain activated for only a few minutes.
Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize, and whether a
chakra should remain activated for only a few minutes or
for a few hours or even for a few days, depend upon the
need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer. Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra. It
is clairvoyantly observed that patients who are
recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue prana in
the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
ctivating and Inhibiting the Chakra
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6. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting: Blue Prana
Blue prana can be used3. From the solar plexus chakra up
to the crown chakra, ordinary light whitish violet or
ordinary light violet prana is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. A3. From the solar plexus chakra
up to the crown chakra, ordinary light whitish violet or
ordinary light violet prana is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. A to inhibit a chakra and its
corresponding organ(s) if required. For example, a patient
suffering from gastric ulcer has over-activated solar
plexus chakra and stomach. The solar plexus chakra and
the stomach are filled with dirty red energy. The solar
plexus chakra and the stomach can be inhibited by
cleansing them thoroughly and energizing them with light
whitish blue prana. It is clairvoyantly observed that
patients who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot
of blue prana in the solar plexus chakra.
1. Scan the patient, then rescan during pranic treatment.
2. Blue prana can be used to inhibit an organ or part that
is overactive.
3. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly on the overactive
organ.
4. Energize the overactive organ with light whitish green
prana, then with more of light whitish blue prana or light
blue prana.
5. Do not use dark blue because the organ may be over-
inhibited, and this may cause constriction.
6. Release the projected pranic energy.

Activating and Inhibiting the Chakra


G NANDA KISHORE

Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more


advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer. Blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra. It
is clairvoyantly observed that patients who are
recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue prana in
the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.
3. From the solar plexus chakra up to the crown chakra,
ordinary light whitish violet or ordinary light violet prana
is used for activating.
G NANDA KISHORE
4. For chakras below the solar plexus chakra, light whitish
red prana or light red prana is used for activating.
5. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming bigger and brighter. Activating
and Inhibiting the Chakra 6. Rescan the chakra.
7. To make the chakra remain activated for a long time,
stabilize it by projecting a little of light whitish blue prana
to prevent the projected red prana from leaking. If dark
blue prana is used or too much light blue prana is
projected, it will have an inhibiting effect. If stabilization
is not done, then the chakra will remain activated for only
a few minutes. Whether to stabilize or not to stabilize,
and whether a chakra should remain activated for only a
few minutes or for a few hours or even for a few days,
depend upon the need and the condition of the patient.
8. Release the projected pranic energy.
Inhibiting the Chakra
1. Scan the chakra to be inhibited frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An over-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by just cleansing it thoroughly. It is more
difficult to inhibit an over-activated chakra unless it has
been sufficiently cleansed.
3. Energize the chakra with light blue prana to inhibit it.
4. When energizing, simultaneously will or visualize the
chakra as becoming smaller.
5. Rescan the chakra. Activating and Inhibiting
the Chakra
G NANDA KISHORE
and the skill of the healer. Blue prana can be used to
inhibit a chakra. It is clairvoyantly observed that patients
who are recovering from gastric ulcer have a lot of blue
prana in the solar plexus chakra.
Activating the Chakra
Activating the Chakra is sometimes needed for more
advanced and faster healing. For how long the chakra will
remain activated depends upon the need and the skill of
the healer.
1. Scan the chakra to be activated frontally and sideways.
2. Apply localized sweeping thoroughly. This is very
important. An under-activated chakra can be gradually
normalized by cleansing it regularly.