Master Choa Kok Sui
New practical solutions to the problems of life and health
Effective technique, easy to learn and use.
About the founder
The merit of today’s opening of science of pranic healing and its development into a harmonious and complete system belongs to the modern teacher Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.
Master Choa Kok Sui, a spiritual Teacher, is the true embodiment of his teachings. Filipino of Chinese descent, he embarked on the path of spiritual development as a teenager. His profound wisdom is the result of the alchemy of his experience as an enlightened Teacher, chemical engineer, philanthropist, businessman and scientist. The system of pranic healing and was developed by Master Choa seminars on spiritual development are a distillation and synthesis of knowledge gained as a result of more than 20 years of research and experiments. Continue reading
The problem of improving potency, it is highly relevant today, bothered men since time immemorial. Therefore, in the recipes of traditional medicine has accumulated many tools and ways to solve this problem. In the first place is, of course, herbal medicine – herbal medicine. The second one was the improvement in potency through food. Well, and the third water treatments and some quite creative ways to improve male strength.
To improve the potency with medicinal plants infusions and tinctures need to be taken sistematicheski. Intermittent reception is likely to be ineffective.
To improve the potency of folk medicine offers the use of both individual herbs and fees. In the recipes means the use of dried herbs.
The use of certain herbs
Ginseng. This is a highly efficient, recognized as an ancient aphrodisiac (a substance stimulating love and passion). The root of the wild ginseng available for few, but and drugstore tincture of ginseng root grown in plantations, helps men to cope with temporary weakness. Continue reading
Acupuncture with bloodletting
In traditional Eastern medicine are used so-called small bloodletting, which has some significant differences from the usual bloodletting, conducted by venesection or venipuncture superficial veins of the extremities. Show full profile… It features a wider range of indications, ways and methods of carrying out the procedure, a clear systematization of the anatomical regions of the body where it is held, low volumes of output of blood and a fairly stable clinical effect. In the Chinese version, the bloodletting — drip. It is conducted by injection of different combinations of active points of the meridians. In the Tibetan cupping — vessels are opened on a system of “inert channels” (the superficial veins) by placing small incisions on their front wall.
The choice of points and their combinations, as well as the selection of vessels for dissection based on theoretical concepts of Oriental medicine.
The features of traditional Oriental phlebotomy detect the presence of other, otlichnyh European, mechanisms of therapeutic action, due to the nature of the applied irritation and the methods of procedure. Continue reading