Stress what is it?

To put it simply, stress is a form of energy. While many may argue that concepts like chi or prana do not exist, a deeper exploration of our existence reveals that there is something more to it.

Back in 1907, Dr. MacDougall theorized that the weight of the soul is 21 grams. He observed a direct change in weight between a person being alive and when they pass away, roughly around 15-25 grams. However, this idea was disregarded and dismissed because it contradicted our current system’s functioning.

Nevertheless, regardless of whether we want to accept it or not, we do possess a soul. It has weight, and it can be sensed and even perceived if we know how.

Understanding the significance of this is crucial when discussing stress. Specifically, we are referring to negative energy, which can be physically observed and felt through its effects. Some personal trainers even go to the extent of measuring their clients’ stress levels before a training session. This helps determine if the body is ready to handle the workout.

In my personal experience, despite not engaging in regular training, my muscle tone remains intact due to my ability to control and channel my energy in daily life. Therefore, managing negative energy or stress is vital for maintaining a healthy body.

I have previously written about the direct impact of negative energy, so I won’t delve into it again. However, it is important to note that negative energy manifests in the body as weakened and flabby muscle fibers, as well as inflammation.

By placing your hand on these areas and exhaling, you may be able to alleviate the negative energy. However, mastering energy control through training and understanding may be necessary to achieve this. Like any worthwhile pursuit, it requires dedication and knowledge.

Through this understanding of how to pinpoint the exact location of stress, we can prevent injuries. I have witnessed instances where simple actions like sneezing or raising one’s arm resulted in muscle strains or nerve compression due to the physical stress induced by negative emotions.

The more we learn to control and manage this energy, the better we will be able to move without risking injury and cultivate a healthier body in the process.

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