Master Choa Kok Sui is the founder of modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga. An internationally acclaimed author of over 20 titles on Pranic Healing and spirituality, His first book Miracles Through Pranic Healing (originally published in 1987 as The Ancient Science and Art of Pranic Healing) has been translated into over 27 languages and is distributed in more than 40 countries.
Culminating from over 30 years of research and study of the esoteric sciences, His work and seminars revealed a far deeper and more thorough understanding of energetic healing than has been available before. Through his study—as well as his close association with healers, yogis and spiritual teachers from around the world Master Choa quickly became one of the greatest masters of the energy of our generation and a leading authority on the various applications of prana or “life force”. Originally a businessman of ChineseFilipino decent, he created a new standard in the field of energetic medicine, and the seminars developed by him are systematic, structured, easy to learn, and incredibly powerful.
A chemical engineer by training, his students often refer to Master Choa as a “scientist of the soul.” This scientific orientation enabled him to carefully systematise the techniques of Pranic Healing, Arhatic Yoga and various courses on spirituality and the inner sciences in a grounded and practical way, carefully designed to empower students to create more balance, success, and harmony across various aspects of their life through the application of energetic principles.
For seekers on the spiritual path, Master Choa developed a system of practices leading to greater selfrealization known as Arhatic Yoga. Arhatic Yoga is a nonsectarian synthesis of various yogic practices—devised to safely accelerate the spiritual development of each individual.
For 20 years, he travelled nonstop—personally teaching students in over 60 countries.
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He passed away on March 19, 2007, but his classes and teachings continue through his global organizations – The Institute for Inner Studies and World Pranic Healing Foundation. The work is focused on compassion, healing, spirituality and moving humanity to a more conscious realization of the subtle realms. The philanthropic arm of the organization—MCKS Charitable Foundation—runs feeding programs in various countries, funds medical assistance for poor patients and contributes to disaster relief throughout the world.
Rohit experiences great joy from helping people recover from the depths of sorrow and misery and is passionate about Pranic Healing. Combining the source of his joy with his passion, doing what he loves and loving what he does always make a lot of sense.
He offers regular training courses in Pranic Healing Level 1 and guided meditation sessions for individuals and groups. Regardless of your occupation and social level you can benefit from these sessions.
His clients include Doctors, Scientists, Teachers, Executives, Media personalities, Housewives, Beginners as well as seasoned meditators and recommends solutions for physical, emotional, psychological and financial imbalances based on the principles of Pranic Healing.
How did I get into this?
I’ve always wanted to help. From my early days, I remember sometimes visiting friends and family in hospitals. I’d gently massage their head or feet out of genuine compassion and subsequently hear about improvement in their condition. Over the years as requests for healing from friends and family grew, I decided to validate my practice by undergoing a certification course in Reiki. My Reiki Master introduced me to the world of Angelic Beings after which the hunger to gather spiritual knowledge and learn more potent techniques to heal grew by leaps and bounds. I went through several spiritual schools before I finally found my anchor in the teachings of MCKS Pranic Healing. I’ve been practising for over 7 years achieving life-transforming results for myself, my students and clients.
“Pranic Healing is truly a gift from the great ones. To share this wonderful gift with as many souls as possible, for me, is the compassionate thing to do.”
– Rohit Sujanani