Studies and Researches on Man
Psycho-Physical Equilibrium and Discharge Processes induced in compliance with the Spiritistic School
Dr. Vasconcelos Perez
part 10 of 13
Brunhilde Miriam Bertotto
Thoughts, emotions, tensions and chaotic energies in continuous motion: an infinite overload at the psychical level as well as at the physical level. Is there a way to avoid or limit this? Is there a remedy to this state of things by now quite commonly identified?
So far this is a brief synthesis of the of the problems mentioned in the previous articles and this is also the topic we propose to face more thoroughly today.
We have already pointed at the mechanisms man can voluntarily put into action in order to acquire constant habits in everyday life, including better physical and psychical activities in order to achieve a good psycho-physical equilibrium.
We also have already mentioned mechanisms by which man can act voluntarily acquiring constant habits in everyday life, useful to a better physical and psychical activity in order to achieve a good psycho-physical equilibrium.
For this purpose, the spiritistic school suggests breathing techniques and relaxation that do not differ all that much from those of the various schools pursuing this objective, they are valid, and if the subject so wishes, they offer a potentiality that goes beyond the purpose mentioned above.
By a support beyond the will of an operator, and furthermore the support of the same individual, the spiritistic school leads to the awareness of the existence of electrical and energetically structures that constitute an important part of the whole man and his consciousness of the capacity which enables us to handle life according to learning processes aiming to achieve a better health and a better psycho-physical equilibrium.
The breathing techniques suggested by the spiritistic school are based on the knowledge of natural mechanisms forgotten or unknown, the constant application of which (with the support of a will-force exercised on this purpose) is the basis, the condition "Sin qua non" to keep clean, flowing and practicable this network or electric structure we mentioned above in its entirety. This system, an integral part of the soma, already intuitively perceived and partly the subject of observation and research of many Western scholars (Calligaris, Todeschini, Mancini... ), but mainly known and considered in the Eastern culture, is based on the conditions aiming at working on a voluntary increase of oxygenation, through a more correct dynamic breathing than usual involuntary breathing; the result of this is a consequent relaxation of the body and then, finally, the elimination of tensions that in many cases are piling up at both, the physical and the psychical level.
Dr. Vasconcelos Perez