The history of Yogic Healing dates thousands of years back in ancient India, where the yogis used to cure ailing individuals by invoking the divine energies they attained by practicing the fine art of “Ashtaang Yoga” (The 8 levels of yoga). Back then, all the diseases and disorders were healed with this divine science, we today call “Yogic Healing”.
Every human has seven different 'chakras' at different places in the body. Chakras can be regarded as energy centers in the body that regulate our metabolism and bodily functioning. In other words, they are the control centers of the body. A dormancy in any of the 7 chakras can lead to the malfunctioning of the body part which is associated with that chakra. This, in turn, causes diseases in that part of the body. Let’s understand this better with an example. If a person’s heart chakra turns dormant, he/she would probably fall prey to the diseases of the heart. Optimum health of the body, mind and soul is maintained when there is equilibrium amongst the chakras. This equilibrium is a result of activation of the chakras.
Yogic healing operates in three simple stages:
1. Activation of each of the seven chakras. 2. Complete elimination of the infection. 3. Regeneration of the cells of the body. With these three stages, a Yogi is able to cure any disease known to man. Yogic healing is indeed a natural and a permanent cure to any disease you may suffer from, may it be any physical disease. In addition to all mentioned above, Yogic Healing has two main aspects. (In actuality, there are several different aspects, however we mention only two of them here)
1. Yog Kriya : It is the actual healing of the body, the aura and the chakras. It includes various other related aspects too. For example, if a patient experiences pain due to the central peripheral pain perception sites. Then, the yogi proceeds to healing the wound/disease.
2. Yog Nidra: It involves profound meditation that relaxes and soothes the mind, body and soul. It helps largely in curing psychological disorders and improving mental health. It enhances concentration and efficiency at work. Besides that, it has numerous other health benefits.