PINS Well Being Center

Basic Course on the Hilot-Herbal Program

Module Description :

This module is designed to impart to the student a basic understanding and competence in bringing back harmony and balance to an individual through the Valuing Process, Hilot, and herbs. It tackles the natural process on how to determine imbalances in relation to the different organs and their functions, the different modalities practiced by the Albularyo and Manghihilot, the science behind these modalities, and the entry points for healing.

After the module, the students are expected to:
1. Apply the Valuing Process as part of the training on Hilot healing;
2. Understand the scientific framework behind Hilot healing and how the different natural laws affect the interaction of the four elements in the body;
3. Comprehend the concept of the body’s four elements—the cultural idioms, scientific definitions, the organs belonging to each element, and the functions of each one;
4. Know how the four elements of the body interact, the different processes in the body, and the concepts that govern them;
5. Determine imbalances using the different Hilot indicators;
6. Be familiar with the three stages in the application of Filipino herbal treatment, and the herbs related with each stage;
7. Apply the Hilot-Herbal modality to bring health to the client; and
8. Perform post-therapy analysis to determine the client’s condition towards the balancing of the four elements.

1. Lecture
2. Workshop
3. Demo and Counter Demo
4. Practice on the Hilot-Herbal Protocol
5. On-the-job training with 60 clients

Course Outline:

1.1. Hilot history;
1.2. Hilot philosophy;
1.3. Hilot health concept;
1.4. Hilot healing concept.


2.1. Review of the Valuing Process
2.1.1. The Self-Honesty Module
2.1.2. The Sincerity Module
2.1.3. The Consequential Module

2.2. The Relevance of the Valuing Process to health
2.2.1. Resolving conflict, the root cause of stress which leads to disharmony and disease;
2.2.2. Surfacing the higher values/qualities of God.

2.3. Grounding Exercises
2.3.1. Uncovering your programs
2.3.2. Determining the source of your programs Self-installed Inherited
2.3.3. Introduction to deprogramming


3.1. Behavioral indicators of disharmony
3.1.1. Violent actions/expressions
3.1.2. Rude, arrogant, and always promoting oneself
3.1.3. Confrontational and demanding
3.1.4. Abrasive, critical, and judgmental behavior
3.1.5. Manipulative, creates adversarial reaction
3.1.6. Always blames others and uses scapegoats
3.1.7. Selfish and always imposes his own ideas
3.1.8. Highly opinionated and thinks he is always right
3.1.9. Patronizing and uses flattery and gifts to draw others to him
3.1.10. Uses his status and success to attract others’ attention
3.1.11. Self-important and feels he is indispensable
3.1.12. Self-rejecting and fearful
3.1.13. Complacent and resigned attitude to life
3.1.14. Always dreaming but not doing anything; life is centered on illusions

3.2. Indicators of physical imbalance
3.2.1. Thermal changes
3.2.2. Pain
3.2.3. Muscular abnormalities in the Hilot areas
3.2.4. Skin quality abnormalities in the Hilot areas
3.2.5. Limited flexibility

4.1. Bio-chemical process
4.1.1. Using herbs for cleansing;
4.1.2. Using herbs to boost the immune system and neutralize toxins;
4.1.3. Using herbs that confront and eliminate bacteria, viruses, microbes, etc.;
4.1.4. Using herbs that facilitate the conversion of food to energy;

4.2. Neuro-electrical process (via Hilot manipulation)
4.2.1. Hilot kalamnan (muscular manipulation)
4.2.2. Hilot para sa daloy ng lakas (acupressure)
4.2.3. Hilot talampakan/palad (reflexology)

4.3. Electromagnetical process (Emf)
4.3.1. Oracion
4.3.2. Hilot spirito (manual manipulation to induce EMF into the physical body)

4.4. Bio-mechanical process
4.4.1. Hilot buto (bone-setting)


5.1. Introduction
Man has a unique proportion of the four elements:
• Element proportions may fluctuate, but only within a certain limited range;
• Beyond this range, imbalances occur, and ultimately lead to disease.

5.2. Cultural Idioms of the Elements
5.2.1. Engkanto sa Hangin (Air)
5.2.2. Engkanto sa Tubig (Water)
5.2.3. Engkanto sa Lupa (Earth)
5.2.4. Engkanto sa Apoy (Fire)

5.3. The Four Elements and their Associated Organs
5.4. Air
5.4.1. Respiratory (lungs, diaphragm, nasal passages, sinuses)
5.4.2. Circulatory (heart, arteries, veins)

5.5. Water
5.5.1. Eliminatory (kidney, urinary bladder, prostate, penis, vagina)
5.5.2. Reproductive (ovary, uterus, fallopian tubes)
5.5.3. Circulatory (heart, lungs, arteries, veins, lymph ducts, lymph nodules)

5.6. Earth
5.6.1. Digestive (mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, pancreas)

5.7. Fire
5.7.1. Endocrine system (liver, pancreas, thyroid, adrenals, pituitary, pineal, thymus)


6.1. PART I: Translating Universal Energy into Electricity in the Body
6.1.1. Universal Energy (as Emf) is the primary source of life-giving energy;
6.1.2. Emf enters the person’s body through the navel;
6.1.3. Energy goes down to the lower energy channels/stations:

  • If supersaturated, energy overflows and gets converted into healing energy;
  • If not saturated, or blocked, the energy is trapped, and a person remains enslaved by needs and motivations (e.g. security, sex, conditional relationships, control, power);
  • Blockages are caused by conflicts due to inherited and self-instilled programs in the psyche;
  • Manifestation of needs is based on the body’s biochemical activity, and depends on the balance of the four elements;

6.1.4. To efficiently trigger electricity in the body, these channels must be cleared through: External Process (Hilot Techniques)

  • Oracion, used by our ancestors to generate different modulations of Emf through specific breathing patterns;
  • Manual manipulation using chips of herbs, crystals (bato-ara) and stones. Internal Process (Direct Channeling)

  • The Valuing Process resolves inner conflicts, thus clearing blockages in the channels.

6.2. PART II: Facilitating the Flow of Electricity through the Body
6.2.1. Electricity flows to the different organs in the body through the nerves;
6.2.2. Erratic, or non-conductivity of the nerve affects efficient ionization, and ultimately, prevents absorption and the vital reaction of food and enzymes in the body.
6.2.3. Flow of electricity to the organs is disrupted by:

  • Toxin deposits, which harden the muscles;
  • Physical trauma, such as torn muscles and ligaments, displaced bones, and damaged nerves.

6.2.4. Facilitating the flow of neuro-electrical energy through Hilot:

  • Uses the natural law of thermal conductivity as a guide;
  • Muscles, tendons, and bones are set into place to allow the free flow of electricity.

6.3. PART III. Restoring the Balance of the Four Elements of the Body
6.3.1. Food is converted into the kind of energy needed by the body through a complex bio-chemical process involving the interaction of the body’s four elements;
6.3.2. The balance of the four elements is the precise input of air, water, and the correct type and amount of food and supplements, to enable the efficient conversion of food to energy;
6.3.3. Input must be equal to output; undigested food become toxins that pollute the blood and creates imbalances in the four elements of the body;
6.3.4. Traditionally, imbalances at this level are corrected through the intake of specific food, herbal supplements, and medicine.

7.1. Applying herbal treatment assumes that:

  • Channels from the Emf to the nervous system are already clear, or at least partially cleared;
  • The flow of neuro-electrical energy is undisrupted;
  • Conduits in the bio-chemical level are open for efficient ionization.

7.2. Function and interaction of the four elements in the body:
7.2.1. Earth element

  • Digestive system (stomach, small intestines) and Eliminatory system (large intestines, anus, and rectum) which process solid inputs;
  • Endocrine system (liver, pancreas) which helps process the food through the release of enzymes.
  • Hilot concept: what goes in, must go out

7.2.2. Water element

  • Associated organs process liquids and/or colloids;
  • Waste fluid stored in the lymphatic nodules, which pass through the lymph duct going to the blood is sometimes colloid, because of too much toxins being eliminated;
  • Waste from undigested food goes to the blood, is absorbed and filtered by the kidneys and gall bladder, and go out through the prostate, vagina, and the penis.

7.2.3. Air element

  • Oxygen and Nitrogen are inhaled into the lungs to nourish the brain cells and tissues; dimolecular Oxygen is carried by the red blood cells (RBC) throughout the body;
  • Excess protein combines with the inhaled nitrogen to form nitrogenous waste, the most common of which is uric acid;
  • The food we eat is supposed to be rich in oxygen in hydroxyl form (OH), which reacts with pathogens and toxins in the blood to eliminate free radicals/waste from undigested food.

7.2.4. Fire element

  • Associated with energy and metabolism;
  • The endocrine system secretes enzymes to help other organs convert food into amino acids:
    • Amino acids from protein is necessary to replenish dead cells;
    • Amino acids from carbohydrates and sugar is the source of energy for our daily activities.

  • Cancer cells’ purpose is to remove waste; they are normally eliminated by the immune system through the white blood cells (WBC).

7.2.5. The Process of Filipino Herbal Treatment

Stage 1. Cleansing of the habitat of germs, virus, bacteria, etc;
Stage 2. Boosting the immune system and neutralizing toxins;
Stage 3. Using confrontational herbs that directly eliminate germs, bacteria, and other foreign bodies in the system.
Stage 4. Facilitating the conversion of food to energy.

7.2.6. Classification of Herbs According to Treatment Stage:

Stage 1: Cleansing

    • Herbs that eliminate the habitat of toxins, bacteria, microbes, viruses, etc;
    • Herbs that induce EMF and increase neuro-electrical flow;
    • Herbs that act as catalysts to retard or hasten bio-chemical reactions.

Stage 2: Boosting and neutralizing

    • Herbs that boost the immune system;
    • Herbs that help neutralize toxins;

Stage 3: Confrontation and elimination

    • Herbs that confront and eliminate bacteria, viruses, microbes, etc.

Stage 4: Energizing

    • Herbs that facilitate the conversion of food to energy.


8.1. Basic Hilot Techniques
8.1.1. Hilot areas
8.1.2. Hilot strokes, manipulation, and directions

8.2. Hilot-Herbal treatment plans
8.2.1. Mouth ailments

  • Inflamed gums
  • Teeth

8.2.2. Throat and Esophagus

  • Tonsilitis and inflamed throat (due to colds)
  • Thyroid
  • Cough and colds

8.2.3. Stomach and small intestines

  • Hyperacidity, acid reflux
  • Ulcers
  • Water-borne diseases
  • Intestinal flu, diarrhea
  • Cholera, dysentery
  • Typhoid fever, amoebiasis

8.2.4. Kidney and urinary bladder

  • Nephritis
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • High Creatinine
  • High Cholesterol
  • High Salt and Triglycerides

8.2.5. Large intestines

  • Constipation
  • Colon diseases

8.2.6. Anus

  • Hemorrhoids

8.2.7. Appendix

  • Appendicitis

8.2.8. Skin

  • Psoriasis & Allergies
  • Open wounds and rashes
  • Ringworm and An-an

8.2.9. Liver

  • Cirrhosis, Fatty Liver
  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Gallstones

8.2.10. Pancreas

  • Diabetes

8.2.11. Spleen

  • Low WBC count
  • Low RBC count

8.2.12. Heart

  • Clogged arteries and veins

8.2.13. Lymphatic nodules

  • Clogged lymphatic channels

8.2.14. Lung and bronchial area

  • Tuberculosis
  • Cold, Fever, and Flu
  • Asthma and bronchitis

8.2.15. Reproductive organs

  • Infection (UTI)
  • STI, Gonorrhea
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Low sperm/egg count

8.2.16. Nervous system

  • Pasma

9.1. Interview to gather information about the client’s:
9.1.1. Lifestyle, habits, and environment;
9.1.2. Place of origin;
9.1.3. Kind of work engaged in;
9.1.4. Work-related conditions that lead to stress, illness, and disease;
9.1.5. Physical condition and complaints:

  • Pains experienced in different parts of the body (occasional/shooting/constant)
  • Breathing difficulties or heaviness in the chest
  • Constant or sporadic headaches
  • Weight loss, obesity, water retention
  • Quality of stool, urine, and perspiration

9.2. Physical observation:
9.2.1. Mannerisms and body language;
9.2.2. Skin coloration and quality;
9.2.3. Face shape, quality of facial skin, and eye condition;
9.2.4. Quality of saliva and tongue conditions.

9.3. Assessment
9.3.1. Thermal scanning;
9.3.2. Lumps quality assessment;
9.3.3. Skin quality assessment;

9.4. Client Briefing/Explanation
9.4.1. Hilot techniques to be used on the client;
9.4.2. Number of Hilot sessions;
9.4.3. Herbal applications;

9.5. Application of Hilot¬-Herbal treatment
9.5.1. Instruct client how to breathe during the session;
9.5.2. Open the EMF channels of the body through manipulation;
9.5.3. Use Hilot techniques on the Hilot areas;
9.5.4. Recommend necessary herbal medicines;
9.5.5. Monitoring.

9.6. Post-Hilot Evaluation
9.6.1. Changes observed by the client;
9.6.2. Changes observed by the therapist;
9.6.3. Reporting.

Apply the Hilot-Herbal protocol on 60 clients, to be validated by ATHAG, Inc. or affiliate institutions.

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