Energy Healing the Buddhist Yogic Way

Energy Healing with Chi, Shen, and Life Force Energy

Energy healing with chi or prana strengthens and further potentiates all other holistic based modalities. For this reason, chi is an essential element in all therapies at Buddha’s Alchemy.

Chi is a biomagnetic energy that flows through all living things. It is a life animating energy that does not exist in life forms that have died. While Jing is an energy that sustains form, including inanimate form, chi is an energy that sustains life. In Kirlian photography, we can see chi surrounding living forms.

Chi draws vital energy to where it is depleted and most needed, and raises the energy threshold of depleted or damaged tissues. Chi restores energy flow from healthy tissues to tissues damaged due to injury or illness. Chi reinstigates normal celluar function through cell revitalization, and replaces aberrant tissue forms.

Shen is mind force energy, and has the capacity to direct chi in specific ways. Buddhist siddhi healing practitioners cultivate shen by strengthening concentration, feeling awareness, powers of perception, attention, and intention. Skillfully developed shen also allows a practitioner to connect to the vastly greater energies of Life Force, which is the real healer.

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It is not life that is changed, rather it is awareness within the mind.
Buddhist siddhi healing mantra

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Today we began the garden root harvest. There is still more to come, but we have a good start. Angelica, Marshmallow, and Elecampane started the season. I feel some cough medicine in the works!

Elecampane root (Inula helenium) is suited to conditions of Dampness and Phlegm due to its drying and expectorant qualities. It treats respiratory conditions such as coughs , asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis and infections. In addition, it is rejuvenating to the Lung Qi, and hence can be used as a Qi tonic. Elecampane also clears Phlegm from the digestive tract. It is a digestive aid and especially warming to the Spleen when dry fried. It can be used to treat nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, cholecystitis, gallstones and intestinal worms. Its anti-parasitic property makes it useful in treating malaria. Elecampane can be used externally to relieve neurogenic pain such as sciatica and rheumatism.

Angelica archangelica root is a warming diaphoretic, and a cousin to Angelica sinensis, the well known Chinese herb called Dang gui. Angelica archangelica is commonly used as an expectorant to treat phlegm in the lungs, and also to release Exterior Wind-Cold and dispel Wind-Damp in colds, asthma, coughs and bronchitis. As it dispels Wind-Damp-Cold, it is also used to treat arthritis and rheumatism. Angelica archangelica moves Blood, and is effective as an emmenagogue. As a carminative and stomachic, it can treat poor digestion. This is a fantastic and versatile garden herb. Processing the roots is an aromatic experience, and will leave your hands smelling wonderful, but sticky from the angelicin (resin).

Marshmallow root (Althaea officinalis) is a well know Western cooling demulcent herb due to its generous mucilage content. Marshmallow can be employed in a variety of conditions. It soothes cough, is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory, calms fevers, tonifies Yin and clears Heat toxins. Marshmallow also stops bleeding. Marshmallow can be applied to any situation where mucous membranes are dry, inflamed or irritated, including urinary stones, cough/bronchitis/laryngitis, IBS/Chron’s, gangrene, cystitis, and ulcers. It can also be used to tonify Yin in wasting diseases like diabetes, and to stop various kinds of bleeding. The root and leaves may be used, with the root containing the highest amount of mucilage. Mucilage does not tincture well, so direct application or cold infusions are the best choice for medicine.
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