November 22, 2007 at 8:11 am #26282
Is there anybody on this forum who have any experience with shifting the assmeblage point as discribed by Jon Whale. The method appeals to me and some people I know benefitted enormously from the treatment.
But what is the downside?
LoesNovember 25, 2007 at 1:13 pm #26283
The assemblage point in Taoist practice is the pearl, first created in the wudang version of the Orbit and in HT in Fusion, and then “matured” alchemically through the kan and li and higher formulas, where it shifts in order to absorb different frequencies of the cosmos.
I am not familiar with Jon Whale’s work, please give a reference or description of it. I could hazard a guess that the downside to shifting one’s point of integration is mostly in not doing it well, ie. projecting only parts of one self into a new point while the other aspects operate as shadow.
michaelNovember 27, 2007 at 6:27 pm #26285
In (very) short it is about forcefully aligning the energybody using crystals.
I had my first session last week and the effect was almost immediate.
After a short spell of feeling woozy, I felt more centered and grounded then ever.
I see your point about creating shadow when not done properly.
Thank you for your insight. I will have to do more research before considering to continue with this.
I had my doubts about the way it was done (with force) and the enormous effect it had.
Jon Whale talks about a shortcut to health and although I haven’t found any negative response to the treatment so far, I wander about the long term effect.
What attracted me to it in the first place was the use of crystals. I always had an affinity for stones and I think there may be ways of using their energy more effectively. This looks like a first step in that direction. Jon Whale also developed something called electronic lamp gem therapy.
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