We take a step into the world that makes our clients sick, which makes them come in to seek help.
Healers who meditate regularly (daily) on transmitting or channeling more and more Prana in fact influence instruments and register voltages. Healers who meditate regularly on a daily basis to increase their intuitive powers becoming enormously powerful spiritually and are more and more in tune with the healing helper beings in our universe. Love, is the result.
Where the mind goes, energy goes
What makes our clients sick?
Where the mind goes, energy goes.
In the below video, keep in mind our seven soul minds and how sensitive they are to diffenet vibrations and energies all around us.
As Pneumatherapists we know there is a very good case for taking great care of our energy diet (asimilation), and getting rid of transformed energy (elimination).
We are energy, and totally so. Even the physical bodies that we inhabit are made of energy and only seem as if they are made of solid matter. The soul is the source of energy that keeps the physical body going. Scientists now know that, yet they are scared to use the world soul; they like to use the word mind. Mind is however a product of the brain, mind is totally reliant on chemistry and malfunctions when certain chemicals are present or absent (hormones is one example).
Listen to what science now understands about physical bodies and minds being energy. In this understanding you should at some stage understand how we can, and do, change DNA, proteins and disease by infusing the organism with healing energy.
KEY CONCEPT TO TAKE FROM ALL OF THIS
Chakras are soul minds. Each functions in its own set of frequencies and its own specialities. Chakras can, and do, control the genes, the proteins, the human body in its totality. Pneumapathy works with the energy that runs and controls the organic body, its life, its health, its brain-mind, its emotions and reactions to life. The way you are, can be changed as the soul changes the way it uses energy. This is soul evolution and it is in process right now, AND you have control over it. See below for a (still flawed but encouraging) scientific understanding of this.
Students of Plato and other ancient philosophers divide philosophy into three parts: Ethics, Epistemology and Metaphysics. While generally accurate and certainly useful for pedagogical purposes, no rigid boundary separates the parts. Ethics, for example, concerns how one ought to live and focuses on pleasure, virtue, and happiness. Since, according to Plato (and Socrates), virtue and happiness require knowledge, e.g., knowledge of goods and evils, Plato’s ethics is inseparable from his epistemology. Epistemology is, broadly speaking, the study of what knowledge is and how one comes to have knowledge. Among the many topics included in epistemology are logic, belief, perception, language, science, and knowledge. (‘Science’ derives from the Latin ‘scientia’, which in turn translates the Greek ‘episteme’, from which English derives ‘epistemology’.) Integral to these notions is that they (typically) are directed at something. Words refer to something; perception (aesthesis in Greek) involves perceptibles; knowledge requires a known. In this respect, epistemology cannot be investigated without regard to what we can measure, weigh, and observe—and from there we get to modern science.
Knowledge vs wisdom
Knowledge is the accumulation of facts and information. Wisdom is the synthesis of knowledge and experiences into insights that deepen one’s understanding of relationships and the meaning of life. In other words, knowledge is a tool, and wisdom is the craft in which the tool is used.
The word physics is Greek, it relates to physical matter and natural phenomena.
The Physicist gathers knowledge by observing natural phenomena. How? With specialized scientific equipment they weigh, measure, heat, cool, and study how things change and what condition makes it change. Then they try to repeat what they learned by manipulating the natural phenomena.
The Meta-physicist gathers knowledgfe by observing supernatural phenomena. How? With specialized metaphysical faculties of the soul they sense, test, measure for density, temperature, and generally study how things metaphysical energies change and what makes them change. Then they try to repeat what they learned by observing similar cases.
Metaphysics is also ontology, that branch of philosophy whose special concern is to answer the question ‘What is there?’ These expressions derive from Aristotle, a student of Plato. In a collection of his works, the most detailed treatise on the general topic of things that are, comes after a treatise on natural things, taphusika (from which English derives the word ‘physics’). Since the Greek for ‘after’ is meta, this treatise is titled ‘Metaphysics’. In that work one finds the famous formula that (first) philosophy studies being—the Greek for which is on—as being. Hence the study of being is ontology: the English suffix ‘-ology’ signifying ‘study of’: e.g., pneumatology (pneuma = spirit/wind) is the study of spiritual things, biology is the study of natural living things, pathology is the study of the cause of disease, psychology is the study of mind, but this is a misnomer*.
Metaphysics, then, studies the ways in which anything that is can be said or thought to be. Leaving to sciences like biology, physics, mathematics or psychology the task of addressing the special ways in which physical things, or living things, or mathematical objects, e.g., numbers, or minds come to have the peculiar qualities each respectively has. The subject-matter of metaphysics on the other hand are principles common to everything. Perhaps the most general principle is: to be is to be something. Nothing just exists, we might say. This notion implies that each entity/item/thing has at least one feature or quality or property. Keeping at a general level, we can provisionally distinguish three factors involved when anything is whatever it is: there is that which bears or has the property, often called the ‘subject’, e.g., Socrates, the number three, or my soul; there is the property which is possessed. The metaphysician, then, considers physical or material things as well as immaterial items such as souls, god and numbers in order to study phenomena and non-manifest phenomena.
The physicist, physician, or biologist therefore by definition is concerned with natural things and studies those things in a scientific manner because natural things can be weighed, measured, constantly observed and easily quantified.
The metaphysicist, by definition, is concerned with the meta-physical (above-natural or supernatural) qualities of things, the metaphysical cause of things, and metaphysical things in general that cannot easily be quantified and neither can it be weighed, measured and studied as a science. The metaphysicist hones metaphysical skills of the soul with which to sense and measure and enter the energies, and receive guidance and communications from metaphysical entities.
The metaphysician necessarily becomes a mystic. If not, he is severely limited.
The term Psychologist
Psychologists took to themselves, in error, the Greek word soul (psyche) which Plato describes as immortal, an entity separate from the human body—but psychologists do not believe in souls, or immortality of the soul. Psychologists of old were obviously not well informed about the Greek from which they took their name.
The logical word for them to have used is the Greek nous, mind. Noús is a masculine noun that means the God-given capacity of each person to think or reason; the mind, one’s mental capacity to exercise reflective thinking. It is conceivable to think that the early founders of psychology convened in a room to discuss the matter and voted against the logical name for their art, nouology or nousology. In those days nooses were used to execute criminals and tie young men of good fortune into marriage.
It was probably a little more romantic at the time to use the word psychology (soul-ology) even though the good doctors were secular, not in the religious framework, denied the existence of souls, and disbelieved in the immortality of minds. They set themselves up against Socrates, Plato, Aristotle and the Neoplatonists, and all the ancient metaphysical schools of old who knew their Greek language.
So, today psychologists are stuck with their name and have a hard time living up to its implied metaphysical terms.
Where the mind goes, energy goes
What has been happening to the Magi, Philosophers, true spiritual teachers and Pneumapaths over the ages?
Answer: They get crusified. The Roman Government exiled and killed thousands of philosophers and banned competitive ideas to Christianity. The ancient Greek Government executed Socrates. Jesus was crusified by the Jews. Pneumapaths of old were were branded as witches and killed, or relegated to asylums. Things change slowly but we must go on. If ever we stop, if ever they silence us, Science will NEVER hear the truth they are about to discover “for themselves”.
See what Plato did to explain the trial of Socrates.
Beliefs change DNA, beliefs change proteins, beliefs change who we are and how we feel, beliefs change behaviour and our health and longevity.
Everything about the body is managed by energy, our own energy. Allopathic medicine (conventional medicine) sells chemicals, not energy. Therefore, the war against holistic healing is not over by far. Pneumapathy, however, does not compete with allopathy, homeopathy, naturopathy and ayurveda because they all aim at healing the physical body. Pneumapathy aim at the soul. The healthful soul will bring about homeostasis and regeneration in the physical body as well. However, BigPharma does not yet have patents on Prana and cannot yet control Pneumapathy so what will they do? They will continue to try to discredit and relegate holistic and spiritual healing to maintain their hold on the healing industry.