How to Stop Fighting and Start Loving 
Without Saying a Single Word! 
By Jason Williams Intimacy 


All relationships are based on life-force energy. Since Pranic Healing® uses our life-force energy to heal, it can heal relationships as well as bodies. 

Positive relationships reflect intimacy in every aspect of togetherness: mental, physical, emotional and spiritual. The energy of a loving couple in an intimate relationship blends in a harmonious way, allowing love and good emotions to flow between them easily and freely. 

Conversely, when a couple is in a poor relationship, arguing and fighting, the energy fields don’t blend and flow. They actually clash and repel, manifesting as even more painful friction. 

Pranic Healing® cleanses the negative thoughts and emotions of couples. Cleansings empower individuals to react less to negative energies, while promoting good energy to flow freely between both partners in a relationship. 

Cleansings are also helpful in dealing with self-anger. They guard against projecting negative energy on a loved one over problems that actually have nothing to do with them, such as frustration from a harried workday. 

Ways to Increase Intimacy 
Often couples fail to understand that intimacy is about more than sex. When intimacy exists only in the physical body, it tends to fade when the physical body changes. 

The same is true on an emotional level. When emotions change, so does the intimacy. 

That’s why it’s important to be conscious of the state of our intimacy on all levels and nurture it. An effective way to begin creating physical intimacy is to develop a proper physical contact. A good example of this is holding hands. 

Also, from an emotional standpoint, focusing on another person’s positive qualities builds intimacy. Too often people focus on the negative, ignoring positive traits, even taking them for granted. 

An easy Pranic Healing® technique is to praise and bless the positive qualities that others have, no matter how small. 

Take each positive quality and visualize it, affirm it and nurture the other person with it. For example, if your mate has several faults, but is good at keeping a checkbook, compliment that trait. 

The thoughts we project onto others truly have power. Most people don’t even realize that projecting bad thoughts towards someone, even without saying a word, can make that person weaker. On the other hand, thinking thoughts of health and love about the same person can help develop positive traits. 

We should remember that this is true of the thoughts we think about ourselves, too! The energy field does not care if thoughts are positive or negative — it absorbs whatever is sent. 

From a spiritual standpoint, it’s important that the energy fields of two people in a relationship merge together. When we project love, love is projected back to us. We literally manipulate energy to create positive effects and invoke healing.

 This is not limited to relationships with “significant others.” It applies to friends, relatives and business partners, too. Remember to project love from your heart and crown chakras and you’ll see friendships or business relationships become closer. You can even do this with people who don’t like you and create positive results. Always remember ? what you sow is what you reap. 

Jason Williams is a writer/producer for  and wrote this article from an interview with Master Stephen Co, United States Pranic Healing® senior facilitator. For a Free Tape and info pack on how to use Pranic Healing® to improve your health as well as your relationships, please call toll free at 1(888) 470-5656. Or visit us at .

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