Self-Healing Quickly

Self-healing is an ancient medical model that helped to focus on energy healing. Human bodies are able to heal themselves and to repair when they get injured or wounded. It isn’t hard to use self-healing and when you channel the energy of your body through your feelings and your thoughts you can see that your energy can bring healing.

There are different things that you can do to self-heal, and you can do this to heal your mind, body, and spirit. Here is how to make that happen!

  • Deep Breathing

Notice how you are breathing and try to pay attention to your breathing techniques. You can try deep breathing and this can help you to feel present to where you are. Don’t think about things that are hard right now, just focus on how you’re breathing.

  • Put Your Hands Together

Put your hands together and put the palm of your hands together. See if doing this feels warm. Smile and rub your hands together fast. Smiling at yourself can make you feel better instantly, and the warmth of your hands can bring you comfort.

  • Put Your Hands 8 Inches Apart

Hold your hands 8 inches apart from each other and see if you still feel the heat coming out of your hands. This heat is your energy. Be positive about this energy and let it bring comfort to your mind and your body.

  • Close Your Eyes

Next, close your eyes and think about your mind, body, and soul. What happened today? Did you have a good day or did your day drain your energy? Think about healing your body and set your intentions on what you need.

Try and transfer the energy from your hands to another part of your body. Hold you hand over that part of your body and let the energy move to that place. Let this energy be healing energy and sense the energy like you did when you rubbed your palms together. If you need to, you can do this step again to get the energy flowing.

Don’t judge yourself or think that there’s a wrong way to make this happen. The best thing that you can do is to live in the moment and imagine that a light is filling you. When you do this and you smile, you can keep the good energy flowing.

  • Keep Trying

If you don’t feel that you are able to transfer the energy, keep doing this until things feel differently. Try to put your hands on different parts of your body and see if you feel anything.

When you do this, you are putting good energy and strengthening that part of your body. This will feel good, and the energy will flow for a while. It might only flow for 5 or 10 minutes but that’s enough to heal you and to bring healing to your being.

How did this make you feel? Was the energy that you were feeling present in your body? Let the energy keep flowing as long as you can.

Final Thoughts

The human body is meant to heal itself and this is one thing that you can take hold of and try on your own. Channel the energy of your body to different parts and experience the healing that this can bring.

If you aren’t feeling good or if you know someone that wants to let you try energy healing, give it a try and see how you feel later.


  1. The process outlined seems meditative and could likely help reduce stress, even if one doesn’t fully subscribe to the energy transfer concept.

  2. The article provides a step-by-step guide for self-healing, which seems straightforward and easy to follow. I’m curious about the scientific support behind these methods.

    • While empirical evidence would be helpful, sometimes practices like this can be beneficial on a personal level even if not fully understood scientifically.

    • Indeed, it would be interesting to see some research-backed evidence to better understand the efficacy of these techniques.

  3. I’m curious if there are any modern devices or applications designed to aid in self-healing practices as described in the article.

  4. The idea of using intention and focus to facilitate healing is quite similar to concepts found in various ancient traditions. It’s interesting to see these ideas presented in a modern context.

  5. Self-healing practices seem to center around mindfulness and positivity, which are universally beneficial. It’s good to be reminded of the body’s innate ability to heal.

    • Absolutely, practices that promote mindfulness can significantly improve mental and physical health by reducing stress and promoting relaxation.

  6. Focusing on deep breathing and other mindfulness techniques can be incredibly grounding. I appreciate these reminders to be more present.

  7. It’s intriguing that simple actions like smiling and rubbing hands together can create a sense of warmth and comfort. This could be very useful for enhancing one’s well-being.

  8. The concept of energy transfer through the hands is fascinating. However, I’d like to learn more about how this energy is measured or observed.


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