Pranic Healing — White Mesa Shamanic Healing© — Reiki
"Pranic" is the adjective for "Prana", the Sanskrit word for energy. Pranic Healing is a form of energy healing aimed at clearing disrupted, negative energetic patterns from a client, and restoring flowing, positive energetic patterns. Doing this typically has wonderful if not amazing effects. The trained Pranic Healer works with an individual's energy field, the aura, and the chakras (energy centers).
The Pranic healer uses his or her hands with sweeping or energizing motions, and does not physically touch the client. The Pranic healer practices good energy hygiene through the whole process.
See the Resources page for more information about Pranic Healing.
White Mesa Shamanic Healing©
In White Mesa Shamanic Healing©, the healer or shaman creates sacred space, and invites spirit-world guides to heal the client, so that the White Mesa shaman is a facilitator of and witness to healing. The White Mesa shamanic healer is not in an altered state of consciousness, which differs from other forms of shamanism. There are usually multiple guides. Communication with the guides, who have a team leader, is via intuition, which can include techniques from kinesthesiology. Typically, both shallow and deep spiritual issues are addressed, as much as a client can withstand in a session.
The White Mesa© shaman’s use of things like percussion, drums, chanting, music, water, oil, candles, smoke, feathers are part of the facilitating, forming a short-term partnership with the guides. Sessions end with gratitude, stabilizing the client, and closing the sacred space.
White Mesa©, White Mesa Teachings©, and White Mesa Shamanic Healing© are copyrighted. Since Shamanism is taught person-to-person, experientially, in the mode of master and apprentice, written resources (see Resources page) can only go so far, and are limited.
Reiki is an energy healing practice, utilizing universal energy (Rei = universal, ki = energy, as translated from Japanese). Reiki practitioners receive attunements in their training, which in short represent opening connections to higher energetic sources. Typically the Reiki healer lays hands on the client, with the typical sequence following the seven major energy centers (chakras), from top of head to hips. Reiki can also be “no-touch”. As with other energy healing modalities, the Reiki healer prepares himself or herself, and the healing space, prior to sessions, gives gratitude at the end of sessions.
For more information about Reiki, see the Resources page.