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Dearest Marilette


I hope everything goes well.


Please let me know if there is a protocol for colitis

ulcerosa, can it be treated like morbus crohn?


Many thanks for your great work and lots of love from






Dearest Max,


Atma namaste.


Thank you for your email.


Medical Background:


Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are similar —

so similar that they're often mistaken for one

another. Both inflame the lining of your digestive

tract, and both can cause severe bouts of watery or

bloody diarrhea and abdominal pain. But ulcerative

colitis usually affects only the innermost lining of

your large intestine (colon) and rectum. Crohn's

disease, on the other hand, can occur anywhere in your

digestive tract, often spreading deep into the layers

of affected tissues.


There's no known medical cure for ulcerative colitis,

but therapies are available that may dramatically

reduce the signs and symptoms of ulcerative colitis

and even bring about a long-term remission.


The signs and symptoms of ulcerative colitis can vary

widely, depending on the severity of inflammation and

where it occurs. For that reason, doctors often

classify ulcerative colitis according to its location.

Here are the signs and symptoms that may accompany

ulcerative colitis, depending on its classification:


1. Ulcerative proctitis

In this form of ulcerative colitis, inflammation is

confined to the rectum and for some people, rectal

bleeding may be the only sign of the disease. Others

may have rectal pain, a feeling of urgency or an

inability to move the bowels in spite of the urge to

do so (tenesmus).


2. Left-sided colitis

As the name suggests, inflammation extends from the

rectum up the left side through the sigmoid and

descending colon. Signs and symptoms include bloody

diarrhea, abdominal cramping and pain, and weight



3. Pancolitis

Affecting the entire colon, pancolitis causes bouts of

bloody diarrhea that may be severe, abdominal cramps

and pain, fatigue, weight loss, and night sweats.


4. Fulminant colitis

This rare, life-threatening form of colitis affects

the entire colon and causes severe pain, profuse

diarrhea, and sometimes, dehydration and shock. People

with fulminant colitis are at risk of serious

complications including colon rupture and toxic

megacolon, which occurs when the colon becomes

severely distended.


The course of ulcerative colitis varies, with periods

of acute illness often alternating with periods of

remission. But over time, the severity of the disease

usually remains the same. Only a small percentage of

people with a milder condition such as ulcerative

proctitis go on to develop more severe signs and



Like Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis causes

inflammation and ulcers in your intestine. But unlike

Crohn's, which can occur in patches anywhere along the

digestive tract, ulcerative colitis usually affects a

continuous section of the inner lining of the colon

beginning with the rectum.


No one is quite sure what triggers ulcerative colitis,

but there's a consensus as to what doesn't.

Researchers no longer believe that stress is the main

culprit, although stress can often aggravate symptoms.

Instead, current thinking focuses on the following



-Immune system. Some scientists think a virus or

bacterium may cause ulcerative colitis. The digestive

tract becomes inflamed when the body's immune system

tries to fight off the invading microorganism. It's

also possible that inflammation may stem from the

virus or bacterium itself or from an autoimmune

reaction in which the body mounts an immune response

even though no pathogen is present.

-Heredity. Because you're more likely to develop

ulcerative colitis if you have a parent or sibling

with the disease, scientists suspect that genetic

makeup may play a contributing role. Research into

which genetic mutations might increase susceptibility

to ulcerative colitis is ongoing.

-Environment. Because ulcerative colitis occurs more

often among people living in cities and industrial

nations, it's possible that environmental factors,

including a diet high in fat or refined foods, may

play a role.

-Antibiotics. Antibiotic therapy can lead to acute

colitis or to pseudomembranous colitis, a particularly

serious disease. These problems occur because

antibiotics disrupt the normal balance of bacteria in

your intestinal tract. But researchers haven't found a

clear link between antibiotics and ulcerative colitis.



Ulcerative colitis affects about the same number of

women and men. Risk factors may include:


-Age. Ulcerative colitis can strike at any age, but

you're most likely to develop the condition when

you're young. Ulcerative colitis often strikes people

in their 30s, although a small number of people may

not develop the disease until the sixth or seventh

decade of life.

-Ethnicity. Although whites have the highest risk of

the disease, it can strike any ethnic group. If you're

Jewish and of European descent, you're four to five

times as likely to have ulcerative colitis.

-Family history. You're at higher risk if you have a

close relative, such as a parent, sibling or child,

with the disease.

-Where you live. If you live in an urban area or in an

industrialized country, you're more likely to develop

ulcerative colitis. People living in Northern climates

also seem to have a greater risk of ulcerative



Source: Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and



Pranic Healing:


1. Invoke and scan before, during and after



2. Instruct the patient how to do proper pranic

breathing. Ask the patient to do 12 cycles of pranic

breathing before start of treatment. Continue pranic

breathing during treatment.


3. After the patient has done 12 cycles of pranic

breathing, apply general sweeping several times.


4. Localized thorough sweeping on the front and back

solar plexus chakra, the liver and the navel chakra.

Energize the solar plexus and navel chakras with with

LWG, then with LWB then with more of ordinary LWV.


Energizing should be done gently and gradually, not



5. Localized thorough gentle sweeping on the large

intestine (colon) until the rectal area. Gradually

energize the rectal area and the large intestine with

a little of LWG, then LWB then with more of ordinary

LWV. Apply more localized sweeping.


Because the consumption of energy is quite fast,

rescan after every 3 hours. Scanning and re

application of steps 1 to 5 may be done three or four

times a day for the first few days or until the

condition is substantially improved or stabilized.


6. Localized thorough sweeping on the basic chakra

alternately with LWG and LWO. Energize the basic

chakra thoroughly with LWR or ordinary LWV.


If the patient has fever, do not energize the basic

chakra with LWR, just use ordinary LWV. If ordinary

LWV is used, do not apply this step more than once per



7. Localized thorough sweeping on the arms and legs

with emphasis on their minor chakras alternately with

LWG and LWO. Energize the minor chakras of the arms

and legs with LWR.


8. Localized thorough sweeping on the front and back

heart chakra. Energize the heart through the back

heart chakra with LWG then with more of ordinary LWV.


9. Localized thorough sweeping on the lungs.

Directly energize the lungs with LWG, LWO then LWR.

Point your fingers away from the patient's head when

energizing with O.


10. Localized thorough sweeping on the front and back

solar plexus chakra. Energize the solar plexus with

LWG then with more of ordinary LWV.


11. Localized thorough sweeping on the front and

back spleen chakra with LWG. Energize the spleen

chakra with LWG then with ordinary LWV. This has to

be done with caution.


12. Localized thorough sweeping on the kidneys

alternately with LWG and LWO. Energize the kidneys

with LWR.


13. Localized thorough sweeping on the meng mein



14. Localized thorough sweeping on the throat chakra

and ajna chakra. Energize them with a little LWG then

with more of ordinary LWV.


15. Stabilize and release projected pranic energy.


16. Repeat entire treatment once per day for the

first few days or until the condition has

substantially improved. Then, reduce the treatment to

3 times per week for as long as necessary.


17. Unless there are other medical conditions present

that prevent the proper practice of the Meditation,

encourage the patient to practice the Meditation on

Twin Hearts and pranic breathing (5 minutes per

session) regularly to raise the energy level. This

practice will facilitate proper assimilation of

projected pranic energy and facilitate healing.




















1. Pranic Healing is not intended to replace orthodox medicine, but rather to

complement it. If symptoms persist or if the ailment is severe, please consult

immediately a medical doctor and a Certified Pranic Healer.


2. Pranic Healers who are are not medical doctors should not prescribe nor

interfere with prescribed medications and/or medical treatments. ~ Master Choa

Kok Sui


Miracles do not happen in contradiction to nature, but only to that which is

known to us in nature. ~ St. Augustine


Reference material for Pranic Healing protocols are the following books

written by Master Choa Kok Sui:

Miracles Through Pranic Healing, Advanced Pranic Healing, Pranic

Psychotherapy, Pranic Crystal Healing.


Ask or read the up to date Pranic Healing protocols by joining the group

through http://health./


MCKS Pranic Healing gateway website: http://www.pranichealing.org.






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