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Spanish translation: (prana) verde claro blanquecino

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English term or phrase:LWG
Spanish translation:(prana) verde claro blanquecino
Entered by: Daniel Grau
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10:37 Sep 22, 2011
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / pranic healing
English term or phrase: LWG
This text is about pranic healing used to cure patients suffering form attentional deficit. The text seems to be about using the eneregy of colours to cure, but I cannot find the equivalent for acronyms.

Here is an example:

5. Localised thorough sweeping on the entire spine and both sides of
the spine alternately with LWG and ordinary LWV.

Could you pleae help me? Thanks.
María Etelvina Aguiar
Local time: 18:59
(prana) verde claro blanquecino
Explanation:
Acá tienes una lista parcial:

• LWR = Light whitish red
• LWO = Light whitish orange
• LWY = Light whitish yellow
• LWG = Light whitish green
• LWB = Light whitish blue
• LWV = Light whitish violet
• EV = Electric violet
   ( http://www.indiadivine.org/audarya/ayurveda-health-wellbeing... )

En español, el "light" a veces lo omiten y lo combinan con el color, de modo que en lugar de "rojo claro" dicen "rosado" (debería ser "rosa") y en vez de "azul claro" dicen "celeste":
• LWR = prana rosado blanquecino
• LWB = prana celeste blanquecino
• LWG = prana verde claro blanquecino

... pero parece haber combinaciones insólitas, como "prana corrientevioláceo claro blanquecino"

Te dejo el vínculo. Busca "prana" y deléitate:

• http://www.scribd.com/doc/51266115/LOS-CHAKRAS-PRANA-3

Si quieres más páginas, usa variaciones de lo siguiente:

• http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=pránico | pran...

Saludos,

Daniel

P.D.: No fue fácil.
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Daniel Grau
Argentina
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(prana) verde claro blanquecino


Explanation:
Acá tienes una lista parcial:

• LWR = Light whitish red
• LWO = Light whitish orange
• LWY = Light whitish yellow
• LWG = Light whitish green
• LWB = Light whitish blue
• LWV = Light whitish violet
• EV = Electric violet
   ( http://www.indiadivine.org/audarya/ayurveda-health-wellbeing... )

En español, el "light" a veces lo omiten y lo combinan con el color, de modo que en lugar de "rojo claro" dicen "rosado" (debería ser "rosa") y en vez de "azul claro" dicen "celeste":
• LWR = prana rosado blanquecino
• LWB = prana celeste blanquecino
• LWG = prana verde claro blanquecino

... pero parece haber combinaciones insólitas, como "prana corrientevioláceo claro blanquecino"

Te dejo el vínculo. Busca "prana" y deléitate:

• http://www.scribd.com/doc/51266115/LOS-CHAKRAS-PRANA-3

Si quieres más páginas, usa variaciones de lo siguiente:

• http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=pránico | pran...

Saludos,

Daniel

P.D.: No fue fácil.

Daniel Grau
Argentina
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in category: 134
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