Visualization for Chi Manipulation for Fluid Striking or Showering Qi

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VISUALIZATION FOR FLUID, SKILLFUL MOVEMENT WITH STRIKING TECHNIQUE Scenario:

An attacker approaches you with a weapon. Objective: To strike the attacker before his mind has time to know there is going to be pain inflicted on him. This can also be used to send euphoric blissful Qi to someone.

FOR AN ATTACKER

1. Feeling External: The attacker sees you falling and fainting-- You MUST project the feeling of fainting to him. Internal: You feel a focused meanness along with apprehension and danger.

2. Mental You project to your attacker that you are weak and submissive through the use of accented body language.

3. Visualization You visualize a black, swirling energy emitted from the depths of your soul entering into a lance. Entwined in this energy is a blooming bolt of lightening, which is how you should 'see' your strike.

4. Result: The immediate paralysis of the attacker, caused by shock. You confuse and finish the attacker with the first strike because he has no point of reference as to what has hit him.

FOR ATTRACTING SOMEONE

1. Feeling External: The person sees you as bold and confident Internal: You feel a focused intensity of subtle, euphoric, blissful power

2. Mental You project that you are the person they want to know because you make them feel so good

3. Visualization You visualize a white or light, swirling energy emitted from the depths of your soul entering into a wonderful shower of qi. Entwined in this energy is a euphoric, blissful feeling of happiness and attraction

4. Result: The immediate attraction of that person to you based on your energy and mind force.

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Sifu Al Perhacs has been training in the esoteric arts for over 20 years. He started out as a martial artist and quickly moved to the internal side of training. He has written over 20 different courses of study and currently has 5 best selling books. He is the Author, Creator and Visionary behind the Mind Force Method.

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