Shielding the Central Meridian
Re: How can we “block” the “unzipping” of our own field done by others?
When someone zips you down, simply use your right hand to zip yourself up.
Using your right hand affects the Life Flow of the blood on the right side of the body too, giving additional strength.
What if you suspect someone is zipping you down from a distance?
Zip yourself up every so often during the day.
Almost all the Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises on YouTube claiming to “cleanse” or “energize” the Central Meridian will get you into trouble.
One exception is the back-slapping exercise where you let the arms go loose and “massage” the back by twisting the spine and letting the arms swing back and forth.
A healthy person will recover from unzipping within 10 to 30 seconds.
This gives the police plenty of time to disarm or handcuff a suspect.
“Splitting the optical field” is routinely taught as part of “control techniques.”
An unhealthy person can take five minutes or longer to recover.
An extremely ill person might not ever recover.
Here are five other ways to block being zipped down …
1) Center yourself.
However, most people, including people who regularly medicate can’t center themselves enough to not be weakened.
I’ve tested more than a few people who claimed they could, but couldn’t.
2) Jump off the ground. This reverses the flow of the Central Meridian, strengthening it by zipping it down.
Skipping rope protects you from a zipping down motion.
However, if someone knows this strategy, they can simply zip you up to weaken you.
3) Get down on all fours. This also reverses the flow of the Central Meridian, strengthening it by zipping it down.
Crawling around on all fours protects you from a zipping down motion.
Again, if someone knows this strategy, they can simply zip you up to weaken you.
4) A mantra can protect you.
Sonics overrides magnetism.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“A mantra kinesiologically triggers environmental biophysics.”
An apt situational mantra is, “I’m feeling UP today.”
A counterproductive mantra is, “I’m feeling DOWN today.”
5) Eat ON Time to Live IN Time.
Timing helps nurture INVISIBILITY, allied to something Carlos Castaneda called NOT-DOING.
According to Stewart Wilde …
“Once you are comfortable with accepting reality as it is, you can move about without others seeing you, for the impact you make on reality as you move is minimal.”