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THE ORIGINS OF ENERGY HEALING TO BEAUTIFY THE SKIN

Wanting to look good is not original with women in the 21st century, although we have a pretty serious interest in it. When people ask me about the origins of energy healing to beautify the skin, my first answer off the top of my head is: “I don’t know, but I’m sure it goes a long way back.”

People, women and men both, have been aware of the importance of their personal appearance for generations in many cultures throughout history. Think of warriors in ancient civilizations who painted their faces. Think of medicine men among indigenous peoples. Think of women in the Victorian age. Think of the pain and risks people will accept to look prettier while subjecting themselves to cosmetic facial acupuncture, plastic surgery and the injection of chemicals into the sub-layers of the skin. As parents, we tell and read fairy tales to our very young children which instill them with the desire to be the fairest of them all.

People love to work on their faces to look prettier, to enhance their appearance, to be stronger and happier. When did the use of energy healing to improve our facial appearance first come into practice?

Ayurvedic healing is considered the oldest system of medicine in the world. The holistic medical system of India traces back more than 5000 years and is still used today. It has a long history of using massage and hands-on treatments to restore beauty to the face. It uses the energy of the elements of water, air, fire and earth. The hands-on treatments emit prana, the Life Force Energy, allowing the face to rejuvenate.

As well, in Traditional Chinese Medicine, the use of energy healing on the face has been traced back to 2500 and 3000 BCE. TCM has known for thousands of years that activation of the Chi, the Life Force Energy, increases blood circulation.

Furthermore, Cosmetic acupuncture or facial acupuncture sometimes referred to as "acupuncture facelift," is a timeless beauty technique used by the Chinese since the Sung Dynasty 960-1279 CE.

Over the last 25 years, modern Pranic Facelifts have become popular. Their roots reach back to ancient Eastern traditions of energy healing. It employs subtle energies to balance and harmonize bodily processes and reduces stress.

The Japanese Reiki practice, developed in the early 1900’s has roots in ancient Buddhist practices. Current Reiki practitioners have developed a unique treatment for releasing facial tensions. Negative and positive energies are balanced to restore beauty to the face.

The ancient Celts developed healing practices which were based on their magico-religious belief system. They identified sources of power and how to harness them for healing purposes. In other words, energy healing. The Celts and Druids of Northern Europe used ancient Shamanic rituals and practices such as face painting for purposes other than beautification. For example, it was used for identification with the tribe as well as camouflage for the hunters. Celtic warriors, men as well as women, used face painting to frighten the enemy.

Our present Quantum Face-Lift is leading edge incorporating ancient energy tradition with present day practices of beautifying the face with amazing results.

QFL blends the power of energy practices with the modern know-how of the functions of the human anatomy. Quantum Face-Lift engages the Life Force Energy to boost the human body in its ability to restore itself to pristine health, vitality, and beauty.

QFL invites all modern beauty spa owners, cosmetologists, to incorporate our methods in your treatments and facials.

Trudy @ Quantum Face-Lift

She designed the Quantum Face-Lift program from her vast wealth of knowledge, practice and results to help women like you and herself to enhance your complexion, to become more beautiful and youthful looking, to become more self-confident. Trudy talks about it having been fun for her, and we, The QFL team, fully expect it will be fun for you as well.

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