Everything in the universe is endowed with energy, but sometimes it falls out of balance. When that happens, it can create physical ailments or negative reactions that effect our daily lives. Energy healing helps correct these imbalances to facilitate physical, spiritual and emotional healing. Although there are many types of energy healing modalities, many people gravitate to these popular options.
This is one of the oldest and most renowned energy healing modalities. It traces its roots back thousands of years to ancient China. Today, this traditional Chinese medicine is practiced around the world. The body has been mapped with meridians or lines of energy, with certain points corresponding to different areas in the body. By touching these points with a thin needle, practitioners can relieve pain and stimulate healing.
Acupressure is very similar to Acupuncture. Both rely on the meridians that flow through the body. Instead of needles, however, practitioners apply pressure on key points to rebalance energy and relieve pain. In this way they can massage the acupoint to produce similar results, without the need to break the skin.
3. Magnetic Therapy
Magnets can be used to create a field of electromagnetic energy for treatment sessions, or placed directly on the body in a more permanent way, in the form of bracelets, earrings, or absorbed directly through supplements and skin creams. Magnetic strips can also be added to blankets or clothing to be worn. This may help store energy balance and alleviate pain.
Of all the energy healing modalities, this holistic method is one of the most quickly growing. It improves low energies with the help of a Reiki master. In the early 1900s, a Japanese Buddhist created this palm healing method. While the patient relaxes, the master places his or her hands above the patient or on directly on them without using pressure. Concentrating, the master acts as a conduit to transmit the energy found in the universe into the patient to rejuvenate them.
5. Therapeutic Touch (TT)
Similar to Reiki, practitioners ue their hands and palms to refocus and channel energy by holding them above the patient, or touching them. However, the theory is slightly different. Developed by Dora Kunz and Dolores Krieger, Professor Emerita of Nursing at NYU, instead of channeling the universe’s energy into the patient, the practitioner uses his or her own energy to support the patient until they can heal themselves.
Although many of these methods still require more scientific research to prove their benefits, many patients find that these energy healing modalities help them recover both from physical and mental discomforts to improve overall wellbeing in a safe and natural way.
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