This technique specifically induces chi flow up the spine and down through the arms and legs, and tingling/movement, or rushing sensations should be felt through the body, especially the arms if you have fairly decent flow in your body. If you do not experience these sensations as you go through the breathing/visualization/movement of the technique, you have blockage in your body that is not allowing you to access your chi flow. To clear blockage to enable chi flow, follow the tutorials in this video at least three times a week for two weeks. Focus on breathing into all corners of your body, including the toes and fingers, and everything in between. Increase your repetitions of the Chi Kung movements up to 30-40 times for each session, and if you feel comfortable, do the Chi Kung twice a day. Opening up your flow and clearing blockage will start to induce flow through your meridian system, but pinch points and interference from the etheric control systems might cause discomfort. If, when going through this process of clearing out blockage to access your flow, you feel uncomfortable spots in your body such as buzzing, pain, pressure, burning, or movement sensations, breathe chi and life into the areas, gently coaxing the pain to smooth out and flow, opening the area where the discomfort is located, with an internal command/visualization of relax, open, and let go.
Once your chi flow is able to be felt, you can move it around at will in your body. Breathing in chi feels much more meaningful, and the more you move and practice with it, the stronger and more sensitive you will become. With this sensitivity, you can begin to explore sensation outside of your body by pushing your inner chi, out of the body into a bubble around you. Intuitive sensing in the beginning is as simple as finding the areas inside and outside of you where the energy does not easily flow. Because seeing the etheric control systems are fairly hard to do without lifting your frequency to be able to perceive them, you can easily find them simply by finding where the energy does not easily flow, or does not flow at all. Expansion in this questing internally and externally is fairly easy with practice. In the beginning, you only get hints and faint inflections of what might be or might not be, but the trick is to trust it. If you feel like something is blocking the flow, something IS blocking the flow. The more you practice and stretch your awareness out, the sharper and more in tune your perception becomes. Continuing with this steady practice, one day when you are pushing a wall of chi against a spot that is not moving, suddenly you see a black spot, resisting the flow in the light of your energy. It might be small, as in the size of a quarter, or large as in the size of a house, but suddenly you can see it. Once at this point, you can take your consciousness and project it like a flashlight, looking around you to see the world for what it truly is. Shining a bright beam of chi illuminates the darkness around, exposing anything hiding, watching or interfering.
The energy I use in my work is always brilliant gold, like a piece of the sun. When attuning your chi to a color, this is as simple as feeling the chi flow, and visualizing it whichever color you wish the energy to be. My affinity for the brilliant gold comes from that naturally being the color of my energy after a series of energetic activations, but you can attune your chi to any color you wish. I find gold is much stronger in removing implants, parasites and entities, simply for the fact that it contains all frequencies of light, both visible and invisible in it. When we take a prism to break apart a beam of sunlight, we can see all the spectrums of light inside of that pure, golden beam, including all of the “invisible” light that we can not see. Gold light is not a preference for any color, but a preference for all colors, seen and unseen, and it resonates the strongest against the pure black, darkness of the control grid, and is thus my method of choice for healing, protecting and extracting.