Welcome to MCKS Yoga Vidya Pranic Healing Trust of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow
Group Captain S. P. Saxena (Retd) with great effort and endeavor brought this organization in its functional stage in the year 1999 with approximate membership of about 100 pranic healers. His tireless effort has now increased the membership to more than 6000. The foundation has worked hard in spreading pranic healing in and around Uttar Pradesh. This foundation has been a catalyst in forming and organizing pranic healing foundations in Chattisgarh and Haryana.
MASTER CHOA KOK SUI
Founder of Modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga, Grand Master Choa Kok Sui (GMCKS) is credited with the development of an energy healing system using prana or ki, which is the life force that keeps the body alive. Albeit a trained Chemical Engineer and successful businessman, he spent more than 30 years researching and studying literature and books on esoteric sciences, examining and sorting through their various healing techniques, and eventually developing the concepts, principles, techniques, and practical applications of Pranic Healing.
Born on August 15, 1952 in Cebu, Philippines and raised in a multi-faith environment, Master Choa Kok Sui found himself inclined to paranormal and spiritual matters from the tender age of 12. As a teenager, he spent a year doing inner purification, laying the foundation for his ventures into the spiritual path.
He also lived a simple life, akin to that of a yogi, refusing the comforts that he could otherwise have easily afforded. .......READ MORE
Dr. M. P. Saxena
Dr. M. P. Saxena (MBBS Gold Medalist) President Trustee of MCKSYVPHT of UP, Lucknow. A renowned Pranic Healer, retired as Chief Medical Superintendent from Railways.
Gp Capt. S. P. Saxena
Gp Capt. S. P. Saxena BE (Elect), MIE, AMIETE, M.Tech(CS), IIT Mumbai managing Trustee of MCKSYVPHT of UP, Lucknow. A well known Trainer and healer who has carried out successful healing on more than 60,000 patients since 1998. His scanning abilities helps patients to know their unknown problems in physical, psychological and mental bodies.
He retired in 1997 from Indian Air Force as Group Captain after completing of 33 years of active service.