Here’s an interesting question from a reader:

“I have heard of a man who was said to have been “gazed to death” by a sadhu. I cannot claim of how certain the story is. The question which holds my curiosity is, where is all that energy they use in their gaze coming from?”

This is not an easy question to answer and it may get confusing, so brace yourself for it.

The exercises of tension energy you train during the Magnetic Gaze course are charging you with this energy. You become like a human dynamo.

You increase the energy inside of you, make it more efficient and most importantly, you learn how to use it.

But is this energy really “yours”?

It depends on how you want to look at it.

The energy behind the Magnetic Gaze is yours, you train it… but at the same time you are absorbing the energy from everything around you.

The same way… if you light a camp fire, is this fire yours?

It’s yours because you lit it up and it’s close to you and you can do whatever you want with it, but is the fire actually yours?

The fire is an element of nature, just like the energy that runs within you and that you may train to become bigger or more efficient.

It’s “yours” but at the same time is not, and it’s part of something much larger.

When you learn how to use it, you are merely conducting it to something that you put your Will into.

When you think of the energy, you can think as mankind learning how to use fire in different ways. The primitive man tapped into a phenomena of nature.

We don’t really “own” the fire, we simply learned how to use it: how to light it, how to make it stronger or weaker, and its different functions – to cook, to heat, as a weapon, as light, and so forth.

With energy is the same thing. You don’t “own” the energy, you simply learn how to use it.

Then, it relates to your ability to channel that energy.

In other words, if you only have a small lighter, maybe it will be hard to cook something with it. Unless you learn how to expand that small fire from a lighter into a bigger fire.

Using a different analogy, you can’t hold in your cup more water than its size. If you want more water, you’ll need a bigger cup.

So just because you can feel energy or do something with it, it doesn’t mean that all the possibilites of that energy will be available to you.

You need to learn, train, discover what else you can do with the energy.

That’s the type of knowledge expansion we aim to do in the Charisma School trainings. Understanding this immense potential that energy has.