The Planetary Network
The planetary network of light, love and service is transforming the mental climate of the planet, reorientating humanity to spiritual attitudes and values. The groups and activities reported in the Bulletin reflect different aspects of the network.
The Association was founded in 1943 to train and serve as the professional body for qualified radionic practitioners. The Association describes Radionics as “a healing technique in which our natural intuitive faculties are used both to discover the energetic disturbances underlying illness and to encourage the return of a normal energetic field that supports health.”
Radionics is independent of the distance between practitioner and patient, and is a methodology of sending precisely defined healing energy to people, animals or plants. The Association believes that radionic treatment occurs at a level of reality where there is no distance between us.
Radionics takes the view that a living body has a subtle energy field which nourishes it. The Association suggests that if the field is weakened then the physical body in turn becomes susceptible to illness. Radionics aims to identify where the area of weakness in this field lies and so correct the imbalance. Radionic practitioners use an instrument to both analyse and treat the problems in the patient’s subtle energy field.
The Association publishes the Radionic Journal, holds regular meetings in London and elsewhere, offers training courses through the School of Radionics, and maintains a lending library.
Baerlein House, Goose Green, DeddingtonBanbury, Oxon. OX15 0SZ, UK
The ASHA Centre
The Centre is a UK charity focusing on the empowerment of young people, sustainable development and peace and reconciliation worldwide. The ASHA Centre explains that the word ‘asha’ derives from Sanskrit and means ‘eternal law’ or the ‘inherent nature of existence’, and in many languages it also means ‘hope’.
Set in over 18,000 square metres (4.5 acres) of biodynamic gardens in rural England, including a rose garden, the Centre is a meeting space that spans religious, racial and political divides.
Throughout the year the Centre runs free residential programmes for young people from the UK and around the world. The Centre explains: “Through combining elements of the performing arts, organic gardening and leadership skills, ASHA offers a richly varied programme of activities designed to meet the challenges of the times.”
The Centre also encourages volunteering “as an opportunity for self development by putting one’s self aside in the service of a greater good. It is about finding the joy in selfless service to others.”
The Centre is available for hire and all proceeds go towards its charitable activities.
ASHA CentreGunn Mill House, Lower Spout LaneFlaxley, Gloucestershire, GL17 0EA, UK