Many years ago I learned about the Pranic method of classifying food. It turns out that Prana, the universal life force, can be found in abundance in certain products, and in lesser quantities in others. Thus, when we ingest a particular type of food, we obtain from it a corresponding amount of energy. This very logical consideration led me to the idea of charging everything I eat. A light went on and I thought, "What if I decide what kind of energy is stored where, and to what end," and I conducted my first experiment.
I came across a very appealing chocolate bar, that I simply couldn't refuse. As I took the first bite, I imagined it having energy of its own, which I resolved to adapt to my needs. I pictured a beam of green light spreading from the chocolate to all of my energy centers. I saw those energy centers in my mind's eye as revolving spheres, swelling from the green light which inundated every single one of them. I made a mental command to my mind, to use this excess of energy for my daily activities, whenever I feel tired.
My experiment worked wonderfully! I found strength to do many assignments which I would normally find taxing. My energy reserves definitely increased.
My next experiment happened when I found myself eating something rich in cholesterol--the bad kind--and decided to make a change in how I imagined my body using this food.
I imagined cholesterol in my body being comprised from little red cells, shaped as circles. I next pictured them drawn from my blood stream towards the energy center that was a little below my navel. This energy center, known in the East as Tan Tien, was, in my mind, recycling the cholesterol cells. They were literally moving through the Tan Tien and when they came out, they changed their color from red to green, to signify their new function.
Instead of the detrimental job they had been doing in my body, they have become a new form of energy that I gave my brain to redistribute at need. I kept changing more of the cholesterol cells that way, stipulating for the process to end when the cholesterol level was low enough not to pose a danger.
I performed this exercise several times, and then did a similar form of recycling with the sugar levels. I conditioned the recycled sugar cells to supply my brain pathways with the appropriate amount of energy, and seemingly, so they did.
Interestingly enough, when I did my blood test a month later, it turned out my cholesterol dropped 200 points from the high level it previously was. It finally convinced me that my imaginary tricks gave some tangible results.
These exercises in creative visualization can be tailored to individual needs. You can make them work for you in whatever way your body needs help. Bon Appetite!
Disclaimer: The more I practiced my system, the better it worked for me. If you want to try this system, approach it with an open mind. Try not to judge it, and just give it a chance to see how it can work for you.
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