What is the negative side of these classes? Can one go crazy because of them?
Comment: There’s none of the kind. Because we don’t learn self-suggesting and development of ideas of the brain. For example, as it is in the pranic healing of Master Choa Kok Sui: Imagine a patient standing in front of you. He’s thirty-sixty centimeters tall. The image shouldn’t necessarily be clear; the main thing is to have a clearly-defined desire to cure the patient. Don’t imagine the patient standing too far away, because it’ll make your mind consider subconsciously curing to be rather complicated. As a result, you can refuse to conduct distant healing or, otherwise, to put too much energy and will into it. The latter is fraught with negative consequences for the patient. His state can start worsening. We can compare this situation with a phone conversation with someone being in the other part of the world – the distance between you doesn’t mean that you should certainly shout into the receiver. In our classes you’ll never be said to imagine a certain picture, then to demand to consider the imaginary to be real. You won’t be demanded either to believe, except one single case when you get familiarized with the inborn vice of your character.