Meditation, Breathwork and Pranic Healing
Meditation supports the immune system and can be practised by anyone. There are a variety of styles I teach that appeal to different types of people at different points in their lives. Even for the busiest person, fifteen minutes taken out of the day to just sit quietly, slow down the mind, go inward and relax can greatly improve health and enhance mental clarity. The days will somehow flow more easily and you will feel less stressed and more effective and creative.
“Meditation has only one meaning, and that is going beyond the mind and becoming a witness. In your witnessing is the miracle — the whole mystery of life” – Osho
Pranic Healing is a system of energy treatment that uses prana to balance, harmonize and transform the body’s energy processes. Prana is the Sanskrit word that means life-force. This invisible bio-energy or vital energy keeps the body alive and maintains good health.
Pranic Healing requires a “no-touch” approach to healing and one I employ as it’s in total alignment with my ethos for healing i.e. its based on the fundamental principle that the body has the innate ability to heal itself.
Pranic Healing utilises “life force,” “energy,” or prana to accelerate the body’s inborn ability to heal itself.
For those of you who practise meditation such as anapana sati or pranayama, you will already understand how closely correlated the breath is to our thoughts and emotions. Or just remember back to the last time you were excited or angry and how your breathing reflected this state.
The breath acts as a bridge between the conscious mind and the unconscious as is evident when you consider how you are able to both control your breathing and continue to breathe without thinking about it even during sleep. The principle of breathwork for emotional release is based on the tenet that there is a direct connection between your mental well-being and your physical health and that the key to unlocking old wounds, traumas and painful memories that get stored in the physical body is through the breath.
The highest ideal of cure is rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of the health, or removal and annihilation of the disease in its whole extent, in the shortest, most reliable, and most harmless way, on easily comprehensible principles.
– Samuel Hahnemann, Founder of Homeopathy, Organon of Medicine (6th edition), Aphorism 2
What my clients say:
Arun has helped me through times when I was severely depressed along with some physical health issues that came up during the course. I am happy and healthy due to her empathetic, professional care.