Miscellaneous_: Make Your Own Energy Healing Pads

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, February 07, 2008 | 1 comments
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- One piece of 8" x 12" (20 cm x 30 cm) of 100% cotton fabric (prewashed 3 times).
- One piece of 4" x 5" (12.5 cm x 10 cm) of 100% cotton batting.

TO MAKE: Fold over, right sides together, into 8" x 6" (20 cm x 15 cm). Stitch along bottom and side to form a bag. Turn under and hem top. Turn right side out. Tuck pad of cotton batting inside bag, folding inside excess fabric. (To wash, remove cotton batting, and wash bag only.)

TO CHARGE UP PAD: Practice first by holding your hands up, palms facing, about 4 inches apart. Slowly bring your hands closer together . . . then further apart, repeatedly, until you begin to feel the push and pull of energy building between your hands.

Once you are able to sense this energy, place your Energy Healing Pad in the palm of one hand and repeat the above method to charge up the pad. Then switch the healing pad to your other hand and continue charging until you can feel the curved edges of the energy field strongly. The Energy Healing Pad can hold this charge for about 6 months to one year.

TO USE: Simply place your charged Energy Healing Pad over any body area in need. Leave in place for 10-20 minutes, or until relief is felt. Suitable for any age. (Shorter time is best for the very young, very old or the very ill.)

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great idea, so simple, yet practical.

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