PUBLISHED BY MARCEL VOGEL AND P.R.I.
ENERGY FIELDS OF THE BODY
(Taken from the de la Warr findings)
The Primary force field moves outward from the body and below the soles of the feet. There are flux fields of force in the body. A transverse field is created from a set of seven areas called chakras. These chakras are oscillators. This transverse field comes from the vertical field. The cross-over points are called nadis.. One field is going in on direction and the other is going in the opposite (vertical and horizontal) direction. If a field gets stuck, we are in trouble. A major job of healing is to find these field blocks and break the up. The chakras are like diaphragms and open up, pulsate, as our thoughts change. As this rotating magnetic field expands and contracts the characteristics and abilities of that chakra expand and contract. Any moving body of water produces a magnetic charge. When water evaporates, as from the skin, you get a negative (electrostatic) charge. The moving body of water is coming from the blood stream. This is where the soul meets the body. The charge on the surface of the skin is acted upon by the chakras. As the chakra, field by the prana, expands, it takes the surface charge and moves it out.
THE THREE ENERGIES
1. THE SPIRIT– The life force of God, the divine purpose of God
2. PRANA– Deals with the soul, the consciousness principle, the effective union of spirit and matter. The reaction of the fusion of spirit and matter is prana. Any object having form also has prana. It is the vehicle through which spirit moves and intelligence transferred.
3. KUNDALINI– The force which is latent in matter istself. It is the inner-built light of the atom. Shakti is the power or energy of the Kundalini force. It is the atomic force present in any atom.
A force moving in space, whether thought, prana, or Kundalini, creates a magnetic field. Just as you have nerves which are the conductors of the body energies on the physical level, you also have conductors in the field that surrounds the physical body (force fields) which as they go out, creates a transverse field.