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What are Mentalphysics exercises?

Master Stephen Co
Alternative & Complementary Medicine
The Mentalphysics routine is a set of breathing exercises originally developed by Edwin J. Dingle, an esoteric scholar and cartographer who lived and studied in China and Tibet in the early part of this century. While on an expedition in the mountains of Tibet, he was robbed and then attacked by wild animals and left for dead in the wilderness. A Tibetan lama saved his life with herbs and energy healing. The lama also gave him a secret set of exercises to nurse him back to health, which Dingle introduced to his students as the Mentalphysics Exercises. The original exercises by themselves are quite powerful and enable practitioners to increase their general prana supply substantially. The original routine is also quite lengthy: up to 49 breaths that take a full hour. The modified Mentalphysics Exercises presented in the book Your Hands Can Heal You can be performed in less than 9 minutes with a 10-fold increase in power.
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