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How can I stabilize my projected prana?

Master Stephen Co
Alternative & Complementary Medicine
Prana is fluid, and freshly projected prana is particularly fluid, so you need to stabilize it to make sure it stays where it is directed. After you complete an energizing technique and are satisfied that the formerly deficient area is now full, stabilize in one of two ways: Either form an intent that the prana stay there and say “stabilize” three times; or visualize yourself painting the area or chakra with light blue. (Blue prana has a minimizing, slowing, or inhibiting effect.) You may simply imagine dipping your projecting hand into a can of light blue paint and then gently making three passes over the area.
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