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September 24, 2022 Leave a comment Go to comments
Pranic Healing

by Stella Afurong Estremera

Originally posted at https://www.pranichealing.com/blog


I’m a student of pranic healing. I can’t say I’m a pranic healer since we were taught that we are but channels of healing by the Divine Source.

Aside from a constant reminder to follow simple instructions as we explore the unlimited universe of energies, we are also encouraged to be discerning. Not to be blind followers but have that penchant to explore and suspend belief until tested.

So far, I’m enthralled and that is not just because we learn that indeed healing is a gift accessible to anyone as the creation of the Divine Source (Yups! You too can, if you want to. There are courses offered at the Mindanao Pranic Healing Training Center right here in Davao City, starting with the basic course that teaches you straight away how to heal in just two days). The greater awe is in discovering how energies work through numerous books pranic healing founder Master Choa Kok Sui wrote. Master Choa Kok Sui is a Cebuano of Chinese descent, that’s something we Pinoys can be proud of.

Being the bookworm that I am, I’ve been lugging around his books and discovering the deep learnings embedded there in very simple prose and instructions.

Thus, while reading the Advance Pranic Healing manual, a very short entry on “rapid growth” caught my eye because it said, the technique can be used on plants.

As friends and colleagues know, I love plants and planting. But I have black thumbs. My plants are scraggly, barely alive. Rhoda of PTV had a field day laughing at the five leaves of my tanglad plant. I never give up though. I can grow basil and oregano, a feat all my green-thumbed friends scoff at as anyone can do that, they say. If I can hardly make a lemongrass grow, you can imagine the euphoria I get when my basil and oregano grow.

Learning about “rapid growth” applied to plants, I experimented on my barely surviving blue ternate vine and it worked! My vine now is profuse with leaves and has been blooming as well. It’s a celebration.

Except that, it seems that even the weeds on my front yard are just as profuse. I have to experiment some more and figure out how to exclude rapid growth of weeds.

As I wrote earlier, I am but a student who is enjoying miracles and I am so looking forward to higher learnings especially because among these higher learning is… pranic agriculture. There is hope for the black thumbed.


 

STELLA AFURONG ESTREMERA has had a distinguished career as a full-time journalist for 33 years before deciding to hand over the reins to the younger generation. A multi-awarded journalist, she capped her three decades as a full-time journalist and 15 years as editor-in-chief of Sun Star Davao, a community newspaper in Davao City, by winning the most-coveted title as Newsmaker of the Year in the 2019 Globe Media Excellence Award Mindanao.

Stella is a Pranic Healer and Arhatic Yoga practitioner.

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