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Exercise 5: Energy Body During Conversation
by ChezNips

As you tested in the last exercise, you have seen for yourself how much easier and effective psychic exercises are with the use of the full energy body. When you start using your energy body during daily situations, the projection of your energy and ideas will become stronger and more imporessive. At times when you particularly want your viewpoint to be heard or felt, use the grounded position.

You are now ready to experiment with the effects of your energy in normal situations using the grounded positions. Its quite easy to adapt the grounded positions for public usage. The main key here is to stay relaxed and loose. Focus on your center and be aware of your entire body. It is very important not to tighten the muscles or become tense. All joints should remain unlockes and in essence, the muscles should be able to support your body but also to be fluid at any given moment.


Read the entire exercise and understand it. Wear natural non-binding clothing and remove all jewelry. You need a situation of communicating to someone who is not aware that he/she is part of your experiment. You will also need a perceiver who is not engaging in the conversation to just observe.


Plan in advance to use your energy body on certain topics that you planned ahead of time and other topics where you will not use your energy body. As conversation probresses, make the appropriate changes in your energy body. To make this a fair and accurate test, do not tell the perceiver which times you are using your energy body and which times you are not.


You are going to be a detached observer in this exercise. Your main job is to watch your partner in conversation and observe how the person he/she is talking with reacts. Be aware of any changes in posture, body language and vocal changes. Give feedback to your partner.


Change roles and repeat as often as wanted. Compare notes and record all observations.