Develop Psychic Powers Qigong
Ã¯Â»Â¿Develop Psychic Powers Qigong
If you don t believe in psychic power and the power of the mind and will, then you ve never
witnessed a master of Qigong. The masters can do amazing feats. Many scientists have recorded
then and attempt to explain how they occur. Masters of the art of Qigong harness their energy and
make it stronger. Some believe that it encourages neural pathways to develop between the right and
left side of the brain. Scientists already know that one side controls the logical, the planning, the
thinking side and the other controls the creative. It makes sense that creating the bridge would
allow an increase in their energy force.
In the case of Qigong, practice does make perfect. It increases as the student learns to focus
intently, build concentration and will. It uses body movements and meditation to do this. Depending
on the area the master chooses to develop his skill, he may develop the ability to move objects, start
fires, heal at close proximity or at a distance or develop other psychic powers. Many of these feats
are recorded both in writing and on video. The practitioners didn t demonstrate the abilities before
they started their training. The training brought their abilities to the foreground and allowed them
to use them. It allowed them to tap into what they already possessed.
Studies on meditation show a change in brain patterns. As the person practicing meditation
progresses and becomes more accomplished eventually all the brain pattern is the alpha wave. The
alpha wave is the one that occurs when people learn the best and perform psychic acts.
Studies into quantum physics confirm the potential for psychic phenomena. The smallest particles
are no longer the atom. They are smaller than the electron. These particles are moved throughout
the atom with energy. They make a quantum leap from one shell to another and change the very
structure of the matter where they exist. Consider someone that has the ability to focus energy and
the desire to change a substance. Let us take a look at the Qigong master that heals. He focuses on
the virus or diseased cells and uses his energy to change the matter into healthy cells. It is logical
and feasible that this feat is possible.
In many of the Eastern practices like Qigong, a form of Tai Chi, the self needs to be quieted. Pride
has no place in Qigong. The reason is twofold. First, it elevates the role of the practitioner to
creator. He is not, he only directs the energy already in place and provided to him. The second is
that it changes the focus of the practitioner from the outcome to himself. This blocks the energy.
This takes a great deal of training and self will to do. It is normal for people to crave the attention
when they accomplish a major feat.
He is a bestselling co-author with Wayne Dyer and Brian Tracy and is the author of "The Zensation
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