What is your Schools most powerful energy exercise and how much would it cost…
Colors, Energy Cultivation and Wavelengths
Colors are specific wavelengths of visible light and have accompanying energy depending on said wavelength.
As your mind attempts to dial-into a specific color, so does your corresponding “healing energy”. A benchmarking is needed as to fully harness the mind’s ability to access specific colors in a repeatable fashion. This is a requirement with high level energy training to dial-in these types of precision attributes, on command and on demand, when needed; as you reach the upper echelons in Chi Energy training. It is these extreme techniques which attracted many of us to this forum will require these never-before-realized nuances of color attributes and the specific roles each color plays.
If you read the article, What Color Goes to What Wavelength, you can readily see and make a correlation to colors, their wavelengths, and each color’s corresponding energy level. Although the mind interprets “white and black” as bland attributes, the science backs the training, demonstrating that the power- the energetic properties of light- is a direct result of the shorter wavelength of colors that approach (and in the case of pitch black) go beyond violet. It has been found that light can be frozen “Freeze the motion of light” and furthermore, Light can be stopped. The significance here is not on the technological process that accomplishes the freezing of light, but rather, the fact itself: light can be frozen. This means that the physical temperature, the mental concept of light, as well as any color, is malleable and can be manipulated and controlled via the mind.
At the School of Chi Energy, we teach students how to build up high levels of biophotons in their body’s nerve fiber system. Biophotons, which are naturally projected by the nerve fibers of the body are a form of light with an electromagnetic component to them. At the School, students are taught how to cultivate large amounts of these biophotons in a safe way. Cultivating large amounts of biophotons without changing the characteristics of the biophotons, can electrically overload the body causing unwanted hormonal side effects. Side effects can include: an emotional roller coaster ride, with lows and highs, headaches, nausea, twitching muscles, organ pain and the inability to focus or concentrate; also possible irritability, depression or withdrawal and extreme emotions. In order to safely buildup healing energy to high levels, chi energy students are taught to build this type of energy into a “specialized energy form” with a good feeling and cooling process.
Students avoid using colors, breathing techniques and standing postures that leads to energy overloads. Students do not work with colors because it builds up too much heat inside of the body. Scientifically we have learned that colors, put off heat waves of energy that will heat up the inner body when the mind thinks about colors. In other energy methods people are able to use colors, since they are not cultivating large amounts of biophotons directly affecting the nerve fiber system like we do in our method.
To learn more about color, wavelengths and cultivating energy, please visit: The School of Chi Energy
or to learn more about Chakras, listen to Chakra Truths
The School of Chi Energy
presents a Second Year Student’s testimonial on:
Healing at Extreme Levels with Chi Energy
- Learn how a current 2nd Year student in the School, used her chi energy to heal her own body from some nasty burns.
- Listen to how her chi training helped her to turn a very bad situation into a healing one.
- Listen to Sifu Cicero explain that these type of events are not unique, but are actually expected occurrences, while learning high level chi techniques.
For more information please visit: The School of Chi Energy
What Type of Person Makes the Best Energy Healing Student?
We are often asked by people, what type of person makes the best kind of student for The School of Chi Energy? Which type of student excels the most in a school like this? This short mp3 answers those questions and more. We suspect quite a few people will be surprised by the answers they hear. Check it out, by listening to the embedded mp3 below or download the mp3 for your convenience.
or download: The Best Type of Energy Healing Student
We very much appreciate that you are taking the time to read this post. Here are other posts that The School of Chi Energy has written that can help the potential energy student:
- Is Radical Change the Answer with Increasing Chi Energy?
- Maximize Your Results Building Chi Energy in 30 minutes a Day
- Good Reasons for Going Thru a Chi Energy School
Thank you, Sifu Jones and Sifu Cicero
Chi Energy and Birds of a Feather Wisdom
“Men of my age flock together; we are birds of a feather, as the old proverb says. “- Plato’s Republic.
An article in Wired magazine sparked a thought that resounded not only with the aforementioned proverb, but also with some of the wise council provided by Sifu Jones: training partners and the sense of “community” is important when undergoing Chi Energy training [specifically] and the esoteric journey [in general].
The concept of the “community” has evolved with technological advances. No longer limited by distance, family and friends are able to stay connected via a plethora of networking capabilities: telephone; email; web-cams; etceteras. Even virtual environments that form social networks provide a means of maintaining current and cultivating new relationships. Opportunities to befriend a friend’s friend are simply a “click” away. Regardless, however, of the nature of the relationships, up close and personal or electronic, the axiom holds true: “Birds of a feather flock together”.
“The Buddy System: How Medical Data Revealed Secret to Health and Happiness”, written by Jonah Lehrer and published in Wired documents relates the findings of Nicholas Christakis (Harvard social scientist) and James Fowler (UC San Diego political scientist). Based upon research regarding a Framingham, Massachusetts community in 1948 that included parents, children, friends and friends of friends, the extrapolated data was jaw dropping.
Via the precision of statistical analysis and rigor, Christakis and Fowler noted some very interesting things about the Framingham, Massachusetts community that speak volumes to our everyday lives and choices we make. For example: “In the early ’70s, 65 percent of Framingham residents ages 40 to 49 smoked regularly. By 2001, only 22 percent consumed one or more cigarettes daily. But the smoke didn’t clear at random: Friends and family had a decisive influence.”
Fowler noted, concerning smoking, “People quit together, or they didn’t quit at all.” This buddy system of sorts carries with it significant “weight”. The study also showed, with conclusive evidence, “If one person became obese, the likelihood that his friend would follow suit increased by 171 percent.” In essence, the data uncovered and analysis performed confirmed a truth my mother expressed to me during my childhood that Sifu Jones later hinted at for students in the School of Chi Energy: we either are, or become, the company we keep.
Anyone engaged in esoteric practices and meditative efforts knows this to be a lonely journey. However, regardless of the end-goal, our day-to-day lives are filled with interactions and varying degrees of intimacy and relationships with individuals who may or may not have similar interests and habits. The research performed by Christakis and Fowler should cause each of us to take a moment to pause and reflect on our lives and the people with whom we associate:
- Are we affiliated with people who are positive?
- Are our closest friends’ sources of encouragement?
- Do our actions and words match?
- Are the members of our individual networks orchestrated in such a way that we make beautiful music or a discordant and meaningless mixture of sounds?
This is not to say that we should disassociate from coworkers who are not engaged in Chi Energy. Nor should refuse to eat lunch with friends who may be overweight, but we should, at the very least, be aware of these factors; we may, more importantly, act agents of change, should we find discrepancies within the lives of our friends and loved ones.
What is the rule when associating with others who are not like minded?
“Does this mean to be ‘wary of strangers’ and treat everyone like they’re going to poorly influence you? No.. not by my eyes and belief. Again, know what mindset you come from and give to people who could be your friends and close associations, what you’d like to be given to you. Live the Golden Rule as You become who you associate yourself with.
Fortunately, the School of Chi Energy offers an Instructor’s forum where you can find support, positive words of encouragement and advice regarding the journey. It is at the School of Chi Energy that interactive online training provides students with opportunities to fellowship and interacts with other “like minded” men and woman at similar stages of their journey. This is done via conference calls; recorded Q & A sessions moderated by Sifu Jones and Sifu Cicero with students and certified instructors alike; we surround ourselves with a network of like-minded individuals, encouraging one another to fly higher and further.
Be well; be mindful.
Chi Energy Instructor Don Brown MSIS [Certified Instructor]
Energy Healing at the Vortex Level: To Associate or Dis-associate
Chi Energy Training teaches how to build energy healing forms at the advanced quantum level. Most people dis-associate from the energy healing exercises they are practicing. These particular bioenergy exercises work better, the more you can associate to what you are actually doing.
Download this seminar Energy Healing: To Associate or Dis-associate during high level energy work
To associate (used as a verb) means to enter into union or to link or connect in the mind or imagination.
We teach energy healing students how to associate while performing their energy training exercises. Our training method shows a student how to keep relaxed while associating. Then when they perform their energy exercises they remain in a cool temperature condition. When students associate with these specialized energy exercises a heat factor can build up. Heat in this method needs to be cooled down.
This is why our students use the Tri-concept while doing their energy exercises. A student learns to use a gentle focus while building up their healing energy form. The Tri-concept helps the student remain in a cool temperature and good feeling condition while performing our high level energy exercises. It is this type of energy form they can use in Quantum energy healings. In psychology and psychiatry to disassociate means to have a perceived detachment of the mind from the emotional state or even from the body.
Students learn in month one the nerve fiber exercises they perform builds up the body’s nerve fibers. They learn that the nerve fibers are located throughout their entire body. The nerve fiber system is the wiring harness, which delivers electrical messages to the muscles, vital organs and glands in the body. This is how our brain and body send information packets of electrical messages through the nerve fiber system to all our vital parts. These messages are bioenergy packets at the subatomic level which are also called biophotons.
Students develop their nerve fibers into a stronger system by practicing their nerve fiber building exercise daily. This buildup allows for high levels of bioenergy to flow throughout the entire nerve fiber system. Imagine the mental, physical and emotional benefits of messages delivered throughout the body at an increased rate.
Typically, when a student dis-associates from the energy exercises, the energy can build up haphazardly causing the student unwanted side effects. These unwanted side effects can considerably slow down the rate of the bioenergy messages throughout the body. Too much heat building up in the body, can cause these electrical packets to start to send messages into the endocrine system causing a fight or flight response.
We teach the student how to avoid unwanted side effects. Our Chi Energy students train in using the Tri-concept, which teaches the students how to use an energy form while maintaining a good feeling and cool temperature in their body.
To learn more visit the Two Sifus at the School of Chi Energy
Chakras and True Colors
Colors play an interesting role in chi development, so much so that a myriad of terms and theories around the importance of and integration with specific colors and color patterns has woven its way into the exotic terminologies of chi development over the centuries.
Sadly, although their intentions were good, the originators of heretofore chi-color theories did not benefit from nor have access to the information produced by 21st century scientists. Fortunately, we do.
As demonstrated in the article “Energy Healing & Wavelengths from the Sky”, colors are components of the spectrum of [white] of light. What is not widely known that although the eye is the sensory mechanism that registers the electromagnetic energy that is light, it is the brain that assigns light its corresponding color value: the brain determines color, not the eye.
Researchers from The University of Chicago and Vanderbilt University demonstrated that an object’s color and shape are represented in different parts of the brain. When playing catch, for example, the brain recognizes and assigns a value for the shape, color, and velocity of the object more commonly referred to as a baseball. In the aptly titled article “Study Shows That It Is Our Brains, Not Eyes, That See Color”, Gene Ostrovsky quotes Shevell, the Eliakim Hastings Moore Distinguished Service Professor in Psychology and Ophthalmology & Visual Science as saying:
“The knitting together, or what can be called ‘neural gluing,’ of all those different features so we see a unified object is a complex function done by the brain. Our research focused on how the brain does that.”
Through a technique called binocular rivalry, the researchers from The University of Chicago and Vanderbilt University were able to trick the brain by presenting a different image to each eye, thus scrambling the communication between the eyes. Instead of both eyes seeing in unison, the eyes were sending divergent and competing signals, and caused the brain to show its true colors [pun intended].
According to Shevell:
“The brain has difficulty integrating the two eyes’ incompatible signals. When the signals from the two eyes are different enough, the brain resolves the conflicting information by suppressing the information from one of the eyes. We exploited this feature of the brain with a method that caused the shape from one eye to be suppressed but not its color.”
In the article “Chakra Healing Energy & Colors…”, the importance of the correlation between chi training and that it is the brain that interprets/assigns color is made readily apparent. As noted, the colors associated with the Northern Lights are a direct resultant of interaction between the electromagnetic field and various ions/charged particles available for consumption; “blue”, for example, is a result of large amounts of a charged form of nitrogen in the atmosphere.
Minerals play a very important role in the well-being of the human body, each mineral and combination thereof having key roles and attributes. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology lists 22 minerals in the composition of the human body; the Blood Index Organization lists 44. Often, the sources for these minerals come from the foods we consume. All this is to say that, the brain uses the minerals in our own bodies to constantly assign colors to our everyday world. Again, the “blue” we see in the Northern Lights is a result of large amounts of a charged form of nitrogen in the atmosphere; in the process of interpreting the frequency of the electromagnetic signal communicated by our eyes, the quantum computer that is our brain “burns” the same minerals and combinations thereof to effectively match the signal, and provide us with a resulting color; this is why red is red, and not blue.
[The human body generates electromagnetic energy and uses electricity to communicate via its nerve system. How is this any different than the macrocosm we observe in nature?]
As noted in the opening statement, colors do in fact play an interesting role in chi development. We caution the practitioner to use them wisely – extreme techniques are taxing enough on the body in and of themselves. Constantly engaging in and drawing upon the usage of colors for extreme techniques depletes the body and will require addition [and mindful] mineral management and upkeep. Moderation is often the secret…
Sifu Don Brown [certified instructor]
To Learn More: The School of Chi Energy Articles
The Chakras: How the Rainbow Colors came to be…
Did you ever wonder how the colors of the chakras found their way into our present culture? I did.
As an energy worker and certified teacher of yoga, I have been taught by a variety of systems how to activate my chakras. I invested time in private training with those who specialized in chakra activation. I’d spent numerous hours in meditative focus trying to activate my chakras based on their associated color. The reason for this effort I was told is that once I balanced the chakra’s colors I would enjoy a healthier body and mind. I was promised spiritual enlightenment would occur through the chakra’s activation process. After I put in considerable time and effort, I was disappointed. So I decided, I needed to do my own research into chakras. This is when I began to dig into a more historical understanding of chakras. The first thing I found out was that ancient chakras were basically colorless.
Let me share with you what I found in a brief historical review of the chakras with relation to color, including the eastern verses western view on chakras colors and lastly the current rainbow theory of the chakra system. I’ll keep this article on task, since I found no one source can be solely the authoritative end all on the topic of chakras. Let’s begin with the origin of the chakra colors or the term chakra which is varied according to what authorities repetitively write about them. What I’ve learned is that there is no mention of “chakra colors” in the Upanishads. For those of us that know little about The Upanishads, they are a collection of texts http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upanishads that supposedly has secret and sacred knowledge.
One authority states, “I’ve come across “The Hindu religious texts, the Upanishads, dating from around the 7th-8th century BCE, first mentioned the existence of this cosmic energy called prana, which was received by all living creatures upon the Earth; however it was not until sometime between the 2nd century BCE and the 2nd century AD that the first mention was made of “chakras”. http://users.adam.com.au/bstett/SkepticsChakras137.html.
Still another authority states, “the first known mention of chakras appeared in a number of early Upanishads around 7-800 BCE. Later Upanishads around 200 BCE – 200 CE, namely Shri Jabala Darshana Upanishad, Cudamini Upanishad, Yoga-Shikka Upanishad and Shandila Upanishad, made reference to tantric concepts such as chakras and mantras, and gave both locations and symbolism. In the 10th century, the Gorakshashatakam, written by Guru Goraknath, gave information on the powers of awakening and meditating on the chakras as sited in the article “A Brief History of the Chakras“.
Then there are authorities such as this author in Wikipedia that discuss the color orientation of the “Chakras” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chakra. However, upon closer examination I saw that the references to the “color” claims are in need of a “citation”. This means their statement is in need of references to reliable sources which the author has not provided as yet per Wikipedia. Other Chakra articles, such as http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Ray_Baskerville, points out “Despite everything you may have heard or read about chakras, there is no unified theory or explanation of exactly what the chakras are and what they do. Unfortunately, much of the information on chakras is simply a repeating of what has been said or written elsewhere and the basis of its authority is only from in their repetition. Very often components from different theories become mixed together adding to the confusion and misunderstanding”. I was beginning to see the repetitive way that chakra authorities state their position and meaning according to their unknown sources.
Here is one authority I believe sums the chakra current claims: “While all these references are suggestive and intriguing, they are ultimately only precursors to what we currently understand as the chakra system. Despite the extravagant claims made by some chakra enthusiasts, there is little evidence that the seven-chakra system as we know it today, is really any part of an unbroken tradition dating to antiquity.” http://chakras.egoplex.com/chapter1.html.”
We can understand based on this last author’s comments that the Chakra system has been transformed. The Chakras as the historical story tells had been ratified over time by the ancients who had interpreted the ancient Upanishads Vedic texts. This is even present in the chakras origin on the dual yogic and Tantric systems that founded and interpreted these subtle energy centers. If this wasn’t complex and fractured enough about chakras, it becomes more so as the west interprets the eastern view on chakras. First was an adaptation of the Kundalini chakra system with a western view, then a Theosophical view of chakras and lastly our present new age interpretations. It was Sir John Woodroffe complex body of chakra work called titled “The Serpent Power” http://www.scribd.com/doc/117167217/seprent-power-complete that took Kundalini to a new level. Later from this complex Kundalini body of work, came the now predominate western Theosophical view of C.W. Leadbeater in his book “The Chakras” that took strong hold of the western view of the chakras. www.anandgholap.net/Chakras-CWL.pdf look for Mahatma C.W. Leadbeater: Chakras.
Now this is where it gets interesting, the last influential person Christopher Hills, develops his own personal version of the rainbow colors of the chakra system. He published a book entitled “Nuclear Evolution” in the early 70’s, which probably did as much as Leadbeater to influence Western thinking about the chakras. Today this book is the western new age foundation for the Chakra Rainbow System. “In a very thick book, Nuclear Evolution, published in the early 1970s, Hills suggests that each of the chakras corresponds to one of the seven colours of the spectrum. He then associates each chakra and colour with a particular personality type. A great deal of his book “Nuclear Evolution” is devoted to explaining each of these personality types in detail. His typology is quite fascinating, and certainly equal in profundity to the personality typology of comparable systems of character analysis, such as Carl Jung and Humanistic Astrology. Although the psychological aspects of this theory did not catch on, the idea of matching the seven chakras with the seven colours of the spectrum was so appealing that just about every book on the chakras written since then show the chakras in rainbow colours.” 136_leadbeater-charles-the-chakras“ It would seem plausible to identify the rainbow chakras with the etheric body chakras in Barbara Ann Brennan’s formulation, and perhaps also the focal concentration points in Mantak Chia’s “Healing Tao” microcosmic orbit. The rainbow chakras therefore, if they have any validity at all, have validity inasmuch as they pertain to the etheric bodies.” 136_leadbeater-charles-the-chakras. Or as quoted in Wikipedia on the new age rainbow chakras “The convergence of these two distinct healing traditions and their common practitioners’ own inventiveness have led to an ever-changing and expanding array of concepts in the western world. According to medical intuitive and author, Caroline Myss who described chakras in her work Anatomy of the Spirit (1996), “Every thought and experience you’ve ever had in your life gets filtered through these chakra databases. Each event is recorded into your cells…”, in effect your biography becomes your biology.”
After studying all this research, I started to understand why trying to activate my color chakras had no effective change for my physical or emotional stability. Nor did I experience my greatest desire which was tuning more deeply into my spiritual self. Some of the side effects I experienced from focusing on chakra activations were very sleepy reactions and headaches, but I had no lasting significant expected changes from chakra training. These unfulfilled desires are what led me to the online School of Chi Energy. At The School of Chi Energy, I learned that chakras are bioenergy circuits that work like a vortex. These vortexes are activated with the student’s ability to make a bioenery form together along with taking it through that particular body part. I learned through practical application and practice that various repetitive flow patterns resulted in extraordinary experiences in consciousness along with emotional stability and better physical health. These results were more of what I expected. I learned to activate my (chakras) or seven vortexes in The School of Chi Energy Method. The School based all their chakra information on the latest scientific research of how energy actually affects your body. By going through the School, I was able to change what were metaphysical concepts into practical application. I learned that chakras were something that you could physically feel and sometimes physically see. Stay tune for the next article on Chakra training and information on how chakras really activate.
Be mindful and present of your spirit self,
Instructor Sifu Cicero
The Director of Operations at The School of Chi Energy