Jamshedpur, May 15: In view of the rising cases of Covid-19, Pranic Healing, Food for Hungry Foundation (Service wing of Pranic Healing) extended a helping hand to Sadar Hospital on Saturday. In order to ensure better facilities for the patients the organisation donated two oxygen concentrators, 10 oximeters and 10 Vaporizers. On the occasion, Ashok Agiwal said that the move will help the hospital to cater to the growing needs of the patients.
Pranic healing is a highly developed No Touch technique developed by Master Choa Kok Shui in which it is possible to treat mental, physical, economic and emotional problems through healing of the energy bodies of a person. This simple and miraculous technique can be learned very easily.
Food for Hungry is the service wing of Pranic Healing with active contributions in the fields of Education, Hunger, and Skill Development. Every day more than 200 free meals are served by the foundation to the underprivileged at MTMH and MGM hospital. MCKS Food for Hungry also organises free healing camps, free meditation camps, blood donation drives, school infrastructure improvement drives, skill development classes on a regular basis.