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Master Glenn written up in Forbes Magazine by Davia Temin

50+ Days Of “House Arrest” — What You Can Do To Feed Your Soul...

By Davia Tamin,

Pranic Healing

One of the most extraordinary global movements that is gaining traction as we speak, comes from a disciplined called Pranic Healing. I was introduced to the practice by a dear friend, who is himself a highly gifted healer. We have been attending Global Coronavirus Meditation sessions nightly on Zoom for the past 50 days, and I have found a group of energy healers who more than anything - and for free - want to help heal the sick — individuals, families, communities, and even the planet. Every night over a thousand meditators from literally scores of countries on almost every continent work to direct healing energy not only to themselves, but to complete strangers, and the earth itself.

Now, I’m usually a pretty pragmatic “Show me an angel and I’ll paint it” kind of person…but this feels like it has enormous power: it feels like the real deal. Pranic Healing as a discipline incorporates and pays homage to every religion and lineage, and combines their wisdom while seeking to channel collective energy to do serious good in this troubled world.

Leading 1,000 Healers a Night Through the Global Lock Down

This branch of Pranic Healing, started by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui in 1987, is led by Master Glenn Mendoza, MD. A professor and practicing neonatal pediatrician, he is now President of the Center for Pranic Healing and Chief Medical Director of the Pranic Healing Research Institute.

Every night for the past 50 days, he has led a Meditation for Global Healing of the Coronavirus, an incredible dialogue with participants in which he guides, cajoles and inspires them to meditate, to breathe, to cleanse, to exercise, and to understand more and more about the discipline of finding and channeling the inner and outer light, to heal one another and the earth.

In fact, one might say he is helping to direct light and energy into this dark night of our collective soul. I certainly know these sessions are adding shape and meaning to a rootless, scary time, but I believe they have even a higher goal.

Says Master Glenn, he started this nightly meditation — from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm each night initially just for 7 days. But when people around the globe (it is live translated nightly into at least 15 different languages) started to flock to the meditations, he just continued.

Says he: “Then a strong thought came to me that in moving an extraordinary and noble work a person must have no agenda, no hidden reason, and no self-interest. That makes that person invincible. Just DO!”

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