Carol Whitney is a Master Pranashakthi energy healer/teacher located in San Francisco offering Pranashakthi Mahavidya energy healing primarily via remote sessions. She is highly clairsentient meaning she can feel physical or emotional energy and the angelic realm surrounding a person accurately to anywhere in the world. She has a gift of deep knowing enabling her to feel vitality imbalances and understands “the whole” of situations in a nonverbal way. She assists humans and animals and has a background in animal communications. For example if someone has a parent that located in a different country that is undergoing a surgery she can send healing at the time of the surgery for emotional and physical support. This reduces recovery times and reduces stress of procedures.
Carol is sought out nationally and internationally to assist animals and people with emotional or physical problems and is dedicated to finding subtle ways to deeply work with energy and enhanced ways to assist others. She loves to teach others how to heal based on her extensive training and creative understanding of the use of energy.
Classes she offers include Pranashakthi Mahavidya Level One to Level Four, Beginning Crystals and Sri Vidya Level One. She also offers basic diksha into Pranashakthi Mahavidya and Sri Vidya. Classes are usually held at at Yoga Society in San Francisco but can also be taught via FaceTime, Zoom, WhatsApp or Messenger or at private homes in the San Francisco Bay Area with three or more committed students.
Each week at the Yoga Society in San Francisco on Thursday nights she leads a homa fire ceremony at 7:30 pm followed by free Kirtan starting at 8:00 p.m. On occasion she will also provide guided healing meditations.
Carol has training in Hindustani classical music and studies with Kankana Banarjee, of Mumbai India. She also trains vocally with Gina Sala of Washington State and Anand Mallick in Vrindavan, India.
Pranashakthi has been incorported into her ceramic art by infusing each piece with Pranashakthi healing energy while in it’s wet form so that the water molecules absorb the energies which later get fired into each piece. She works with cone ten porcelain and her designs are drawn in wax similar to batik with henna-like patterns. Samples of her ceramics can be viewed on her Ceramics Facebook page.