"Distant pranic healing is based on the principle of directability and the principle of interconnectedness." – Master Choa Kok Sui
Distance healing is basically healing spiritually someone at a distance or remotely in another location (city, country) by a spiritually developed healer. The date and time for distance healing is synchronized between a client and a healer, so that a client or patient is receptive to a distance healer's Qi-healing. Picture of a patient is helpful to establish a stronger etheric link with a patient.
Why does it work?
The following principles are based on the principles of pranic healing:
Principle of Transmittability. Life force or vital energy can be transmitted from one person to another person.
Principle of Receptivity. A patient has to be receptive or at least neutral to receive the projected pranic energy. Being relaxed also helps increase the degree of receptivity. Without receptivity, the projected pranic energy will not be absorbed, or only a minimal amount of it will be absorbed. Patients may not be receptive because: they are biased towards this type of healing, they do not like the healer personally, they do not want to get well, or they are in general not receptive about anything.
Principle of Interconnectedness. The body of the patient and the body of the healer are interconnected with each other since they are part of the earth's energy body. On a more subtle level, it means that we are part of the solar system. We are interconnected with the whole cosmos. The principle of interconnectedness is also called the Principle of Oneness.
Principle of Directability. Life force can be directed. It follows where attention is focused; it follows thought. Distant pranic healing is based on the principle of directability and the principle of interconnectedness.
The same physical, psychological and emotional healing benefits are obtained in distance healing as in a regular one-on-one Qi-healing session. Most clients have noted that their spirits have lifted with an overall experience of tingling all over the body, inner peace, psychological and emotional healing. Some clients have noted that they felt lightness, revitalized, energized and joyful.
Regular one-on-one pranic or Qi-healing session is generally a preferable mode of healing, however, because of distance and time restraints between a healer and a patient, distance healing is another viable option to those who prefer remote distance healing.
Ricardo's principal healing Spiritual guide is Buddha Kuan Yin who assists his distance healing work and mission. Other ascended healing masters also are at hand assisting during the distance healing session. Divine spiritual (God's) energy or Tian qi through the higher soul is directed by a spiritual healer to heal a patient's disease at a distance.
Buddha Kuan Yin
A free Keys to Healing and Self-Mastery book is mailed to your home address to explain and supplement the distance healing process, when a client donates for a distance healing session.
If you have any questions about distance healing, please email Ricardo. If you want distance healing from Qigong healer Ricardo B. Serrano, please donate $50 to QWB and click below:
Distance healing by Qigong healer Ricardo B Serrano may also assist in the recipient's Merkaba activation which initiates the holistic healing and enlightenment process.
The development of the Buddha nature can be accelerated by practicing the five virtues, doing service, having proper relationships with other people and with Mother Nature, and through regular practice of meditation.
A teacher named Annie Besant lived about a hundred years ago. She practiced loving-kindness by checking out the newspapers for people who had problems and needed help. Using her yogic powers, she blessed them so they would have a better life. If you are a healer, you can do the same thing by looking for people with problems and doing distant healing on them. - Master Choa Kok Sui
Tara, whose name means "star" or "she who ferries across," is a Bodhisattva of compassion who manifests in female form. Green Tara (Dolma), or "She Who Saves" embodies the female wisdom and activity of the mind. She is also called the 'Mother of All Buddhas,' and has many peaceful and frightening or wrathful emanation forms.
The legend of Tara's origin is that Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion, was looking down from his heaven on the world of suffering beings, and he wept to see that more and more of them were in pain. From the tears streaming down his face two Taras were born, a peaceful white one from the left and a fierce green one from the right.
Her attributes are light blue upala-flowers. She is adorned with jewels and precious cloth, sitting on a white moon-disk. Her right leg is outside the lotus flower, which symbolizes her continuous activity, alertness and her determination for quick active help. Her hands are in the gesture of granting protection and freeing from fears.
As the first Dalai Lama put it, just by being called to help, she instantaneously saves the faithful from attacks by the following eight calamities: lions (pride); wild elephants (delusions); forest fires (hatred); snakes (envy); robbers (fanatical views); prisons (avarice); floods (lust); demons (doubts)
The followers of Green Tara believe that her special powers will help overcome dangers, fears, and anxieties, and that she will grant wishes. She is compassion in action and is particularly worshiped for her ability to overcome the most difficult situations.
Green Tara Mantra OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA
"what you give is what you receive. This is the divine law." – Master Choa Kok sui