Wind Turbines Disrupt the Flow of Prana
By Madis Senner
Wind turbines disturb the proper functioning of Mother Earth’s subtle body by blocking the flow of Prana,what Taoists and practitioners of feng shui call chi, or qi the life force that sustains humanity and the plant and animal kingdoms.
By disrupting the flow of prana wind turbines are also injuring Mother Earth’s subtle body and diminishing her ability to regulate and maintain the environment. By damaging Mother Earth we may be exacerbating the affects of pollution because she is less able to deal with humanity’s onslaught on the environment. In other words, Mother Earth may be challenged by our pollution and disregard of her, but when we undertake measures that compromise her proper functioning, we seriously diminish her ability to process all that we throw at her.
Before rushing into employing alternative forms of energy such as wind turbines we need to consider the problems that they create. Previously, problems created by large wind turbines focused on their visual impact and the killing of birds. This paper explores the damage done by wind mills in disrupting the flow of prana across the surface of Mother Earth. It does not consider other damage done to Mother Earth’s subtle body by wind turbines.
Like just about every body else I had been very enthusiastic about the prospects of wind turbines and other forms of alternative energy to save the environment. That was until one weekend in October 2008 when I stopped my car in upstate NY, about 40 miles north of Syracuse in the Tug hill area to take a photograph of some windmills. The second I stepped out of my car I got a severe headache that felt as if my head was being squeezed in a vise. I took out my dowsing rods to determine what was creating the severe pain in my head. Within a few minutes I realized that the flow of prana was being disrupted by the large blades of the many wind turbines around me.
The Flow of Prana, Mind Body
Prana (Hindu Vedanta and Tantric term), what feng shui practitioners call chi or qi, is the life force that sustains humanity and the rest of the world. We cannot live without it. Prana is meant to flow across the surface of the earth giving life to and interacting with all that it comes in contact with. As within our own subtle body the flow of prana is regulated by a series of earth chakras, ducts and energy lines. There are several forms of prana in the ether around us. The one that I will be referring to is what I call Earth (also Material) Prana, because it is the prana that is recycled through the earth. Because it is circulated through the earth it is coarser and of a lower nature. See The Circulation of Prana; How Mother Earth’s Subtle Body Works.
Earth prana is released from ducts on the surface of the earth and is drawn to an earth chakra a few hundred meters away. Like a human chakra the vortex of the earth chakra draws the prana in and recycles it through the earth before it is sent back into the air. Prana moves in a fairly straight line in the ether around us. Material objects and other factors can alter or even disrupt its flow.
Within our own subtle body the smooth flow of prana, or chi/qi, is critical to our health and well being. As Richard Gerber, MD notes; "For good health to be enjoyed, one must have constant and unimpeded energy flow...If we are blocked in some way and thus impair the flow of energy at any level of the system, disease results."(page 475) ( Vibrational Medicine, Bear & Co,, 2001.)
When prana is blocked that part of the body where the blockage is located, or further along its circulatory path, does not get enough of the life force and eventually this deprivation leads to disease from a lack of nourishment. Note how Phoebe and Lawrence Bendit in The Etheric body of Man (Quest Books 1989) describe how blocked prana leads to disease:
There is a slight break in the rhythm of the vital currents over the site of the injury… This is often visible long before there is any evidence of organic trouble. It begins as a batch of disorganization of the currents in the particular part of the field over the organ affected. The rhythmic flow becomes broken and irregular, and small vortices form in which, as in a river whirlpool, waste matter accumulates instead of being thrown out…The movement slows down until real stagnation occurs. Then, at a certain point, the whole process becomes, as it were, precipitated into the level of the physical tissues and local organic disease is established. Page 26-27
In other words the blockage of prana in the human subtle body leads to disease and it may take a long time before the area where the prana is being blocked manifests as disease. Shortly I will discuss how this same stagnating formation is found near wind turbines.
Acupuncturists and healers such as Reiki practitioner work to release blockages in the flow of the life force to eradicate illness and heal us. Once cleared of blockages prana begins properly circulating and can hopefully restore vigor to the diseased area by revitalizing it with the life force.
The flow of prana
To better understand the flow of prana please look at Exhibit’s A to E that show the movement of prana unencumbered and the progressive degenerative stages when its flow is blocked. In a perfect world (Exhibit A) earth prana is released from a duct and travels towards an earth chakra in the distance. As it moves it interacts with everything that it meets along its path. To better understand the dynamic interaction with what it meets look to Exhibit B. Living things, humans, animals and plants absorb the prana while inanimate objects will block or divert its path. Notice how in Exhibit B objects only momentarily divert the flow of prana and as soon as it passes the object it resumes its normal flow.
Exhibit C shows how prana, chi/qi, can have its flow disrupted to such a great degree that its movement is hindered and it can begin to stagnate in spots. Over time the stagnation area grows (Exhibit D) to the point that the amount of prana reaching the earth chakra is significantly reduced. It appears that stagnating prana dissipates and looses it vitality rather quickly, although we really don’t know exactly what happens.
Over time stagnating prana will increasingly degenerate and forms what dowsers call a negative energy vortex, or what most of us would consider being a mini-tornado (Exhibit E.) and resembling the movement of a whirlpool. A negative energy vortex spins in counter-cyclical (cyclical in the southern hemisphere) and like a tornado, exerts a pull on the things around it; a pull that can be very powerful. A negative energy vortex will deplete you by drawing prana and other vital forces from your body if you are in close proximity to it. You may experience a headache, a feeling of lightness as if your blood sugar dropped quickly, or just an overall draining or unpleasant feeling. Over time a negative energy vortex will increase in size.To Continue Reading