January 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm #45628
The fusion 1 teachings emphasize its use for emotional transformation. However, in his audio on the subject, Michael makes clear that it is really a multi-purpose spiritual technology that can be used for a whole range of issues not limited to the emotional. In my own experiments with these techniques, I’ve found that they work very readily with emotional processes, but when I try to use them on physical issues (by which I mean issues with a more somatic expression) I don’t get the same traction somehow. Is it perhaps something about the physical that makes it more resistant? Or does the technique need to be modified in some way to approach the physical? I have been using both the yin (put the issue in the central cauldron and bring in the energies of the surrounding shen pearls) technique and the yang (use the bagua to chop/blend). Neither really seems to do much. Any thoughts or experiences much appreciated.
elephantJanuary 9, 2016 at 5:41 am #45629
The core “chi techniques” are both surprisingly powerful and obviously limited.
The real strengths are:
-harmonization/relaxation which obviously help with any stress issues
-re-balancing a system and being able to describe previously present but undefined forces
The surprisingly powerful part should become obvious through simple practices like the orbit, organ charging, the golden elixir, and steaming. Most techniques have immediate effects.
The limited part basically illustrates what chi is and isn’t. Even given the above, I very seriously doubt that chi work on a cut finger will show much improvement compared to neosporin. I have personally done reiki work that IS REAL and has a real remote effect. One of the most profound effects is the direct knowledge that there is another “dimension” and peace. I still doubt the power versus something chemical.
I personally do not feel that the “USA” practices like animal stances, bizarre breathing, or gymnastic baguas are more than specialist gymnastics for a bored day, but the core bagua practices, as part of the original tradition, do work. They could just as easily be spirals or squares or simply a funnel/vortex. The important ones are the later ones projected outside of the body. That is a real arena and works. If you question any of that I suggest taking a class from Mantak Chia.
The surprisingly powerful, again, come sinto play through things like the dark rooms. You can really, in a very short amount of time, access a concurrent spiritual dimension which is
It still will not beat the neosporin on the cut finger.January 9, 2016 at 11:36 am #45631
The main purpose of Fusion 1 is to harmonize the five shen, purge toxic emotions, and create a space where the virtue qualities of the five shen can arise.
Consequently, the main obvious benefit is deep emotional work.
As to your question: one way that a person can use Fusion 1 for physical benefit that is not so minor is in the processing of pain. Some pain relief can be found by gathering together all pain energy, sending it into the baguas, stripping off the negative charge, and using the energy as food.
Outside of this and in general, Fusion 1 is not so good at tackling physical issues. Trying to force it do so in other contexts is like forcing a square peg into a round hole. It’s better to simply use other materials that are more suited to solving physical issues, and leave Fusion 1 for where it best suited. In most cases, if one is interested in resolving physical issues, one would be better served to use other materials, e.g. Deep Healing Qigong, and stuff from the Physical Body & Grounding curriculum (i.e. Tai Chi, Iron Shirt, Tao Yin . . .)
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