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Date Posted: 10:33
Author: Mike Carris - 22 Aug 2001
Subject: Re: Prana and transmutation
In reply to: Eponymous - 22 Aug 2001 's message, "Re: Prana and transmutation" on 10:31

1. ”The change that takes place can not be observed.”


Yes it can: A change from an observable state to an unobservable state can be observed – it will simply look like the observable is vanishing. But the oxygen atoms don’t vanish – they bind to carbon molecules, with the resulting CO2 molecules being exhaled. I addressed this issue in my initial post.*

As far as oxygen to energy:

Yes, but please consider that your understanding may not be what he was trying to explain. The process and a multideminsional transmutation can not be observed by you if your perception does not make the change as well.

* See: The "Science of Kriya Yoga" Annotated - By Eponymous 8/9/2001 at 09:30:16 PM.

Read it and am convinced that it is a series of points you tried to make of a subject that you do not understand. Like I explained before, he is not talking about a three deminsional experience. The reason I say this is because of his inclusion of the term "Dream Breath", which I pointed out to you soon after your initial post. I suppose that you left that part of the quote out purposefully only because you did not realize its importance.

Mike Carris

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