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Spiritual Healing is a potent ancient science, which when done under the guidance of a Guru, in a detached manner gives miraculous results. 
In our previous articles, we discussed simple yet powerful techniques of Self –Healing. In this issue I will take you to the next level of Healing, which is, ‘Healing for Others’.
It is important to understand here, that like everything in Creation, the ancient science of Spiritual Healing is also based on the ‘Law of Karma’. When a person is healed, a healer with the aid of the consciousness, connects with the forces of the Creation to effectuate a change in the subject’s body, it therefore becomes important for the subject once healed to give back to Creation what he/she took, by doing service and charity. Otherwise the disease returns. 
The process of Healing for others is divided into four parts: 
a) Basic Preparation 
b) Diagnostic Analysis
c) Aided Purification 
d) Projection and Rejuvenation
Basic Preparations: Always keep a bowl containing water and sea salt by your side. After purifying, never throw the used prana just anywhere but instruct it with the aid of your consciousness, to go into this unit, as the salt absorbs negativity. Healing should be done with detachment that is similar to when you dust a statue in your drawing room with an added thought that it is your Guru who is doing it. Regular practice of Sanatan Kriya helps develop a basic level of detachment in the practitioner. 

1. Connect with your Guru in the same way as had been described in the previous article.
2. For bringing down fever you may just do around a hundred sweeps with your hands or handful of salt or neem leaves and then with your consciousness, fill the whole body with a light violet and then a whitish blue colour. You will be surprised to find the fever come down within minutes. 

Write to me with your experiences.

Sea salt is a very powerful transmuting agent. An occasional wiping of the floor of your house with sea salt water dispels lot of negative or heavy prana. 

The article was published in chennaionline


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