I recall reading a book from the PsiTek website which taught about how to breathe and therefore store some sort of energy in us, which could help in manifestation.

It's all rather vague in my mind now. Does anyone have any idea what I'm referring to, and which book this is from?

asked 26 Aug '10, 14:49

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Pat W

edited 11 Feb '12, 18:25

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Hi, just wanted to say I have found the answer myself. It is from the book "The Art and Science of Personal Magnetism" on Psitek. In one chapter about Generating Nerve-Force, it talks about our natural rhythmic breathing which will aid the distribution and storage of this Nerve-Force.


answered 27 Aug '10, 08:21

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edited 27 Aug '10, 18:34

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Please mark your own answer as the correct one so that it comes up first for anyone else who has this question. Thanks.

(27 Aug '10, 18:35) Barry Allen ♦♦

I have never read this book but I do directly understand this concept.

As soon as I read your post I was thinking about how I meditate. When I start to take really slow deep breaths, hold and then exhale very slowly, I do notice an energy building up in me that I can't explain. Almost like lifting weights in my mind. I have no idea what it is or how it works. With this new strenght/energy it does seem easier or less effort to manifest...I thought I would share because you question hit home with me.


answered 26 Aug '10, 16:41

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@Back2Basics - such a clear and simple explication, thanks ... yes this is absorbing spiritual energy :)

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