Chi Ball (chi experiment)

Nick (@splashartist) 9 years, 2 months ago

Hey guys! I want to share a technique I learned when I was a young teen and I’m sure a few of you have heard of it! Anyone who’s interested in the field of chi and meditation I think you will enjoy this experiment.

To start off, sit in a comortable position and start paying attention to your breath. Do this until you are acutely aware of your body and can feel your pulse running through your body. Take out your hands and hold them about a foot away from each other like you are holding a ball of some sort. It’s also fairly important to keep your eyes closed during this period to aid in the visualization process. Now imagine you are holding a golden ball between your hands. The ball is heavy and (in your mind) have to apply pressure to the ball to keep it from falling. Visualize this until you can feel the weight of the ball. Now picture the ball morphing into a ball of pure light energy. This energy is made from pure love and you can feel its energy. Try to compress the ball a bit and feel the resistance. I like to compress the ball until its the size of a golf ball and then I use one finger to maneuver the ball on my other hand. You can actually feel the ball of light moving around on your hand. Inject love and positive energy into the ball and at that point you can either take the ball and physically press it into your forehead ( third eye ) and experience a rush of positive energy fill your body or you can send out the energy ball to others (visualizing this). I actually still use this technique still before bed to send love and healing to others. I feel it can help people get interested in meditation and hypnosis techniques because you can actually feel the ball, kinda makes you realize the power of the mind. Enjoy!

September 8, 2012 at 1:56 am
doe (4) (@dopde) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I’m so doing this when I wake up for work in like 5 hours

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DANM!! (107) (@deej) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

Does this meditation make any difference in you the following morning? I haven’t done much visualization in my life and when I have I think I could do better. This makes me think you have to kind of believe this kin of thing will work for it to work. Do you have any similar experiences with visualizing?

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Nick (554) (@splashartist) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@deej, When you try it don’t judge it at all. Just do it with an open mind and see what happens. I don’t know if it will make a difference or you in the morning or not that is based solely on the person trying this technique. And yes it puts me in a better mood afterwards. Especially when I push the ball into my forehead I usually go limp and fall on my bed from sheer pleasure (no joke) It’s like a mind orgasm for me and there’s an afterglow effect which helps with sleep I find. Good luck.

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Nick (554) (@splashartist) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@dopde, Let me know how it works for you. Cheers!

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Nick (554) (@splashartist) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

Also if one would like me to create a chi ball for you and send it your way pm me. I can choose the intention of the ball for specific healing purposes or just general well being and a sense of love. I have been doing it for awhile so I am fairly effective at doing so. Everything is just vibrations, when you send out a chi ball all your doing is sending a wave of vibration at a certain frequency in a condensed form. If you get down to the physics of it it’s not actually that far fetched. Scientists can actually measure intention now and thoughts with certain scanners or something they use.

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DANM!! (107) (@deej) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

I wasn’t really clear when I asked about similar experiences, but what I meant to ask was if you had any similar experiences with having a hard time to visualize in the past, something that you might have gotten better with over time. For meditation it was one of those things that takes practice to do well for me. I’m going to try it out tonight though thanks

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Nick (554) (@splashartist) 9 years, 2 months ago ago

@deej, Oh for sure sometimes I can’t visualize well, it’s not as concrete as you might think. Keep at I and I’m ure you’ll have a good experience with it.

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