Originally posted by coyote66
reply to post by fulllotusqigong
Fantastic thread!!! This could be it!! The ultimate truth!! The final piece of the puzzle!! The way u explained the whole matter is fascinating!! I imedietely understood the most important natur to this subject!!! Thank u for the enlightening thread OP!! Cheers
My training with Master Zhang was more enlightening and beneficial than I can put into words. At the end of this training I was given a series of tests. The master tests you primarily on your ability to read the energy in other people's bodies and then to use your own energy, your own Qi, to help them to heal. You are also tested on your ability to read people's thoughts. You are tested on being able to predict the future. One test is to predict what the weather will be for the next ten days. If you fail these tests, you do not pass. There are many other tests as well. Some would be considered very dangerous for anyone who was not a Qigong master. In one test, I was taken into a room with an electrical transformer. There were two electrical lines. One positive, the other negative. They carried 220 volts of electricity. I had to grasp one line in each hand and use my body as a conductor to complete the circuit. It is another way you show your ability to control your own energy. Obviously, I passed the test. But, please, don't try this test yourself. It would be very dangerous and could kill you. In another test, I had to change the alcohol content of wine. I had to raise the alcohol content in one bottle of wine and lower it in another. All of these tests I had to pass and did pass with very high marks. But, again, most of the tests focus on your ability to use your Qi to help others to heal.
The tritone retains its "Devil in Music" character in popular music, specifically heavy metal. The opening of Black Sabbath's signature song "Black Sabbath" makes heavy use of the tritone. The entire opening riff of Rush's instrumental song "YYZ" is made up of two notes in a tritone interval. Other metal songs with prominent tritones in their main riffs are Diamond Head's "Am I Evil?", Dream Theater's "As I Am", and Metallica's "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "Enter Sandman". Thrash metal band Slayer, known for their occult references and themes, released an album entitled Diabolus in Musica. The two note introduction to Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" is a bare tritone interval. The exact definition of the devil's note is here: en.wikipedia.org...
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
Here's the practical results -- paranormal powers from nonwestern harmonic training -- proven by the Mayo Clinic and University of Minnesota
O.K. sure there are other "qigong masters" -- but this one I've taken classes from personally and also this qigong master has gone out of his way to have Western science proven that "external qi" is real. I mean Yan Xin, qigong master, also has Harvard medical doctors proving that external qi is real and the results are also in hard science journals.
So the deal is that this is not limited to healing -- but considering healthcare is the number one tax cost then I think it's pretty practical. But I'm talking about the truth of reality -- what is real consciousness -- what happens when we die? How to heal emotionally and know your true self and to also be happy all the time. Our basic resting state is euphoria of the pineal gland. haha. This is what I discovered -- a basic magnetized brain of bliss that can create light energy that is transmitted externally. Sure science is starting to have biophoton research that proves external light is transmitted but again science, the way it relies on left-brain dominance, is the opposite of the nonwestern harmonic training.
O.K. so there's lots more testimonial vids from spring forest qigong of people healed of serious conditions but also there's other qigong masters -- just a few who are the real deal like Effie P. Chow in San Francisco and Wang Liping in China and John Chang and Yan Xin and Master Zhang of qigongmaster.comedit on 9-2-2012 by fulllotusqigong because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tritoneblues
It's remarkable that this note was banned in the catholic church centuries ago, and to this day, is practically nowhere to be found in popular music. For the musical laymen here is an example of the tritone.
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
No no.. I get you.. I do but how many Masters understand musical notational theory? My guess is almost none.. they know music by doing, memorizing learning the techniques