Quantum mechanics now confirms what the Buddha explained 2500 thousand years ago. That everything is vibration, frequency, energy. Including us, at the deepest level.
We can use this information to discuss, validate and espouse many spiritual truths. But the fact remains, we are all made of energy. If you are a hippy, a spiritualist and atheist, a banker or an axolotl matters not- We are all energy.
And it is proven that when this energy is coherent, harmonic and flowing it optimizes our health, well being and happiness.
I recently had the pleasure to join host, Eric Michaels on eHealth Radio for an interview podcast.
eHealth Radio Network shares the most current information featuring innovators and leading experts in healthcare and wellness who are changing health care as we know it. And I was lucky enough to join them!
The reason I wanted to do this is because it is past the due time where we need to de-mystify therapies such as Energetic healing, so they can become increasingly available to an increasing number of people- from all walks of life.
Your energy we are working on during an energetic healing session, is the vital energy, bio energy and electromagnetic field, as named in the western science and philosophy.
In other traditional cultures this same energy that moves through, gives life to and animates all living things has many different names.
Qi literally translates as "breath", "air", or "gas", and figuratively as "material energy", "life force", or "energy flow". Qi is the central underlying fundamental principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.
We intuitively name this when we say “My energy is really low today” or “I am full of energy!”
Yoga is not just the asanas/postures that has become the most commonly practiced aspect in the West. Yoga has "eight limbs", it is an eight-fold path,which provide tools to live a meaningful life including practice of moral and ethical conduct and self-discipline.
Meditation is yoga. Self discipline and self love is yoga. Being a nice person is yoga. Feeling content is yoga. Breath control is yoga. Self inquiry is yoga. Learning to concentrate and focus on a single thing is yoga and feeling bliss and a deep sense of oneness is yoga.