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How do I unlock continuous energy flow throughout my body? (details inside)?

This may be worth reading, and I’m interested in your story of self-improvement.
I was thinking about this…and I am imagining a specific energy flow that can be unlocked in your body through some means (ie yoga). This energy flow will allow you to crave and desire exercise and reading, and other several self-improving activities. I recently eliminated a few addictions that were slowing down the maturation process in myself: weed, cigarettes, coffee, masturbation, & video games. I’m just now at the point where the withdrawal from these things is diminished. It feels good to know that I’m now clean of all my addictions. I’m 19 and I’m an x-catholic (never strong on religion but huge on philosophies). Though things are looking up, my body conflicts with what my mind wants. In other words, I want to read and exercise a lot more then I am able to. Exercise takes time and effort to improve, but reading gives me a headache that I can’t quite crack down on. I’m imagining a sort of zen-like energy that can be released through some means of meditation / reading / information gathering but I’m having trouble finding it. Any wise folks with some ancient / new age knowledge to share? If not, share your story of how you came up (or are struggling to) come out of the slum of temptation and addiction?


  1. I mean this to be as helpful as possible, really. Let me save you thousands of dollars from mystics and accupuncturists and health food supplements. There is no energy. Some people are just more inclined to exercise and read then you are. and that’s ok. The more you try to be someone you’re not, the more empty you’re going to feel inside. So smoke your weed, and play your video games and have a wank every now and then and just try to enjoy every moment of your life. If you want things to get better for you, the real answer is to be nicer to everyone around you.

  2. If you are trying to learn something specific from a book then dictate it onto a tape/CD and play it back while meditating or sleeping. This will allow the information to be assimilated while the left hemisphere of the brain is resting. The Left Brain Hemisphere is where all the analysing happens, sometimes this activity gets a bit carried away with itself and needs to be balanced with Right Brain activity. The energy you seek already flows through you. If you remain calm and relaxed then it can flow freely. You have a great sense of self awareness. Good Luck on your personal journey.

  3. Effects of weed generally do take months if not years to heal (synapses returning to normal range, etc.).
    Yogananda (“Autobiography of a Yogi”) taught kriya yoga, which is essentially a wisdom-impartation of Babaji, and somewhat like the Immortal Body Taoist process.
    In the following generation, Mark Prophet (his real name) gave the violet flame teaching (“The Path of the Higher Self”), in which visualization and spoken mantras provide a powerful cleansing, healing, and energizing action.
    If it may be so suggested, most philosophy (save those of Plotinus, Plato, Bergson, Husserl, and suchlike) is a level below genuine spiritual realization.
    As to information-gathering and -processing, http://www.megagenius.com offers some good insight, as well as Dr. Carol Dweck in her “Mindset” (basically similar to “Standing in Your Own Way”).
    Ann Ree Colton, a modern seer a la Edgar Cayce, wrote “Kundalini West” and “Watch Your Dreams,” both worthwhile.
    Another modern and genuine Teacher is Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov, “Light Is a Living Spirit,” “Man, Master of His Destiny,” etc.
    Lizelle Reymond offers a new type of insight for the Western seeker in “To Live Within.”
    Dr. Olga Kharitidi has some good philosophy in “The Master of Lucid Dreams.”
    C. S. Lewis’ “The Great Divorce” and Martha Beck’s “Expecting Adam” are simply worthwhile.
    “The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?”, Free and Wilcock, http://www.divinecosmos.com , “Psychoenergetic Science,” Dr. William A. Tiller, http://www.tiller.org and “Extraordinary Knowing,” Dr. Elizabeth Mayer, are interesting.
    http://www.easwaran.org and “Meditation for Beginners,” Dr. Kornfield, are worthwhile avenues of possible mastery/specialization, too.
    “Freakonomics,” S. Levitt, provides practical orientation to economics, or householding (for God).
    Finally, Brandon Sanderson offers humor for the inner child in “Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians,” and Lois Lowry some “Republic” themes in “The Giver.” Along with “Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!,” Schlitz, “Bridge to Terabithia” and “Jacob Have I Loved,” K. Paterson, “The Neverending Story,” Michael Ende, and “A Wrinkle in Time” series, L’Engle, they offer some good easy reading reconnects to one’s inner child, which is the soul, and the path of the Holy Child for all children of the Light.


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