My Path to Pranic Healing and Alterative MedicineAlternative medicine is a term we all use today to help us heal in an holistic way. Complimentary and Alternative medicine is a term used to outline many practices that are not yet part of our medical care system. This does not mean that alternative medicine doesn't work. Alternative medicine can help patients in many ways both physically and mentally. It can be used alone or additionally with mainstream treatments such as medication and physiotherapy.
I suffer from panic attacks that seemed to have increased in intensity as I have aged. I prefer to do things in a natural way being an advocate of 'all things healthy'. I have tried other forms of complimentary therapy such as hypnotherapy, acupuncture and various herbal teas and scented oils. Although they have worked in the short term they do not last forever.
My attacks were becoming more frequent and totally exhausting. Not to mention embarrassing if they happened in a public place. They are unpredictable, uncontrollable and leave you in a hot, sweaty heap unable to breathe at a normal rate. This, of course, is extremely bad for your health.
I happened to over hear a conversation at work, between a good friend and a customer about Pranic healing. I had never heard of it before. I was listening and intrigued. But there is only a certain amount of time you can hang around, pretending to mop down a table whilst nosing into a conversation. I did a bit of research at home and found a local Pranic healer. At this point I was willing to try anything new to stop these uncontrollable 'sweaty heap' moments of panic.
About Soul Balance Holistics
What is Pranic Healing
My Experience and Recommendation
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