How to Physically Manifest Healing Energy Through Your Chakras
The mind is a wondrous instrument that is capable of so much more than modern science can yet understand, including how it is able to manifest physical healing. Bill McKenna, creator and founder of Cognomovement, explains his work with people suffering from physical, emotional, energetic, and spiritual issues, finding that the mind is so powerful it can manifest our desires into reality.
McKenna’s experience led him to understand how the mind affects our energetic fields, which, in turn, affect our states of health (and achieving our desired physical outcomes). While this concept is common within ancient Eastern teachings, we are now realizing how the energies of the chakras are connected to what manifests in our lives.
By mindfully releasing attachments to our memories and experiences, McKenna says that it’s possible to proactively feel and move our energy to create a state of mental, spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being. His method for such manifestation is through visualizations and tactile exercises that disconnect us from negative thoughts.
McKenna’s groundbreaking book, “The Only Lesson,” is testimony to his work with the mind-body connection and details his life-changing spiritual awakening after having studied with a number of master teachers. This has culminated in his deep understanding of the secrets of self-discovery and the ability to create miraculous changes in his life and the lives of others.
Regina Meredith sets the stage when she adds, “oftentimes when we don’t manifest, it’s because we have some unresolved issues.”
McKenna agrees that if we didn’t have fear, our health and wellbeing would have already manifested from our energetic field. So it’s a matter of finding out what is in conflict with our desired manifestation. For most of us, says McKenna, it is some form of fear, ironically including what may happen if our manifestation comes to fruition. “The good news is that we can actually clear our field” by touching the blockage until it is gone.
McKenna says that thought forms are fragile relative to the entire field of energy and are therefore easy to dissipate and unblock. This will open the door to manifesting what we truly want.
In this interview with McKenna, we are prompted to ask what is blocking the manifestation of what we want out of life. He says the answer is thought, though, unlike other teachers, he shows how thought is palpable—it’s a tangible material form that can be dissipated and removed.
Each blockage is interdimensional and described by McKenna as “a quantum wobble” that can be dealt with more easily than we may have once believed. When the blockage is removed, he shows how to move the object of your desire down through the chakras to make it manifest.
In her book The Intention Experiment, author Lynne McTaggart wrote that over the decades, researchers have discovered that thoughts are capable of affecting everything from the simplest machines to the most complex living beings. “This evidence suggests that human thoughts and intentions are an actual physical “something” with astonishing power to change our world. Every thought we have is tangible energy with the power to transform. A thought is not only a thing; a thought is a thing that influences other things.”
McKenna takes this idea one step further by confronting conflicts and opening up to unforeseen possibilities.
While spiritual teachers have understood the mind-body connection, McKenna’s down-to-earth discussion gives us pause to think about our own state of mind and its potential for healing and wellness. He teaches how to access a power that we already have, and use it for a more fulfilling, enriched life.
10 Benefits to Learning Reiki: A Life-Changing Healing Practice
The Reiki system of healing uses universal life force energy as a healing modality. By transferring and manipulating the flow of one’s inherent energy to the body of another, this energy can be used to heal, either directly, or by putting the subject receiving the work into a state of deep relaxation and safety, that their body is able to heal itself. The healing touch of a high Reiki level practitioner is said to exude warmth, comfort, and even a tingling sensation within the body.
What is Reiki?
Reiki originated in Japan, although one of the two branches is called Western Reiki and is commonly practiced in the US. Reiki is a Japanese word translating to “miraculous sign,” or “mysterious atmosphere” coming from the root words “rei” meaning soul and “ki” meaning vital energy.
The biggest difference between Western Reiki and Japanese or Eastern Reiki is that the latter is more of a committed spiritual practice. Japanese Reiki also involves the use of meditations and an intensive study of the universal life force energy used for healing. Meditating on, and understanding the energy in and of itself is a major facet of the Eastern practice.
Both forms include the same basic features:
- Energy healing – no harm can be done with the universal life energy employed through Reiki.
- Intelligent energy – the energy is intuitive and knows where to go and what to do to help you. In fact, Japanese Reiki offers hand gestures and placements as a framework but encourages practitioners to move away from them eventually to allow for more intuitive movements based on how the energy wants to flow.
- Energy medicine – no other tools are needed besides the Reiki practitioner, who channels healing energy through their hands.
- Distant healing – practitioners place their hands softly on their body or just above their own body. They then visualize symbols, as well as the person they want to send healing energy to.
Reiki is also easy to learn, teachable in three reiki classes, and the knowledge of how to channel Reiki lasts a lifetime.