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Why is Pranic Healing most concerned with the inner aura?

Master Stephen Co
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Of your body’s three auras - outer, inner, and health - Pranic Healing is most concerned with the inner aura. The inner aura is composed of the prana emanating from the chakras and the meridians. Thus, it is on the inner aura that you perform the energy manipulation techniques of scanning (feeling energetic disturbances), sweeping (cleaning away energetic congestion), and energizing (supplementing areas of pranic deficiency).

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