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Cocoon

The bodies of all incarnate living beings are surrounded by energy cocoons.

Cocoons are formed of the aggregate biofields of all the cells of the body. There can be multi-layer cocoons, i.e. they can consist of several layers of energies of different densities located at different distances from the body.

Cocoons are also called etheric bodies. But one should take into account that the meaning of the latter term is unclear: some authors may denote with it other structures and states, when they simply do not know how to call them.

The cocoons of healthy people are more or less egg-shaped. But their borders can have either protuberances or dents against the diseased regions, which corresponds to either increased or decreased activity of the cells in the affected parts of the body. This phenomenon is important for extrasensory diagnostics. Such regions can be determined by palpating the boundaries of the cocoons with the palm of the hand.

People who possess developed clairvoyance can see cocoons. This ability can be mastered easier with one’s own cocoon first, if one places the point from which one looks at about 50 centimeters behinds the heels. After learning this, one may watch the cocoons of other people, animals, and plants from his/her own cocoon.

 

See also:

Bubbles of Perception

 

 

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