Master Choa Kok Sui (MCKS), the founder and author of the Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga system says:
‘For healing to take place, there is a need to forgive others’
Forgiving releases long-standing negative emotions/energies and is therefore therapeutic.
This clearing of negative energies is one of the basic principles in a Pranic Healing treatment.
The consequence of clearing heavy, tired, thick, hurtful energy is that it creates a space for lightness, flow and peace to arise again in your life, so hope, joy, tenderness and compassion can return.
Pranic Healing is a simple process and gradually your attitude changes towards others, oneself and life in general.
An example is … from criticism to tolerance and acceptance or from resentfulness to understanding and forgiveness.
Author Carolyn Myss says:
We forgive others to release ourselves from the heavy burden of holding grudges and carrying bitterness in our hearts.
It allows us the space to let go of our own past mistakes while helping to cultivate a deeper sense of compassion for ourselves and others.
Jonathan Human (in his short video clip) describes forgiveness as an inherent virtue of being human and a pre-requisite for a healthy society and a central component of every religion and spiritual tradition. When we forgive we liberate ourselves from the bondage of blame and recrimination.
When we forgive the trauma heals and we get to learn our lessons and move on.
‘forgiveness transmutes poison into medicine … not just the wars and battles in the world but also inside us’.
Pranic Healing has many tools and techniques to facilitate the awakening of the virtue and power of Forgiveness in our lives.
We learn from the first MCKS Pranic Healing Course ways to build forgiveness virtue into our lives and why it is so important.
Our work here at the Pranic Healing and Meditation Centre in Brisbane is based on the teachings of Master Choa Kok Sui. We have something for everyone who wants to heal, learn and grow.