We all know how difficult it is sometimes to get a full picture of what’s in your mind. Sometimes it tends to run around like a heard of wild horses and focus seems to be a difficult task: images, fragments of the last hour conversation, a subtle mental talk with your best friend or lover, maybe even a “mental fight” with a Facebook message fellow…all that while you’re trying to work, or carefully drive your car! Well, that’s a main issue on the pranic path, as a cluttered mind is gonna ask for a cluttered diet.
As I was writing about pranic detox methods in this previous article, which is actually a fragment of the new Pranic World book that I’ve begun to write, I got to the point where I was talking about methods of “detoxing” the mind. Because, yes, the mind tends to accumulate many programs and thought patterns that often are not only useless but can be harmful for your life.
As I traveled this summer to many countries in many days, being a speaker in all the pranic gatherings around the world, today I am beginning to write about the wonders of these journeys. This is the beginning of the Pranic World book and soon it will be ready for printing as many adventures have gathered in my heart. I wish you all benefit from these writings , as my heart pours into them.
During the past seven years I’ve been diving deeper in a paradigm that is strange to some: the possibility of living without hunger; the possibility of being nourished by prana, that is.
In 2010 I attended a workshop in Romania, some hundreds of people have gathered together to listen to a lady that was introducing them to the paradigm of being nourished by Chi. Some friends called e over and the paradigm seemed instantly known to me. I found it normal. Continue reading “Pranic Nourishment & Grace”