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What is the sequence of progressive sweeping exercises?

 This is related to the practice of Pranic healing, an alternative to conventional medicine.  Pranic healing is typically used as a complementary method to medical treatment and individuals should always consult a physician before adding alternative methods to treat a medical condition. 

In their book, Your Hands can Heal You,  Co, Robins, and Merryman (2002), indicate the appropriate sequence of progressive sweeping exercises.

Master Stephen Co
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Here is the sequence of progressive sweeping exercises:

1. Presweeping hand preparation
2. General sweeping of another person
3. General sweeping of the health rays of another person
4. Local sweeping of another person
5. General self-sweeping
6. General self-sweeping of your health rays
7. Local self-sweeping
Your Hands Can Heal You: Pranic Healing Energy Remedies to Boost Vitality and Speed Recovery from Common Health Problems

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