Stand Like a Tree Mastering the Movement of Energy
Stand Like a Tree Mastering the Movement of Energy By Kerr Cuhulain Untrained people often unexpectedly discover that they have naturally developed sensitivity to the energy around them. Often these sensitive people have what they perceive to be an adverse reaction to some forms of this energy, although they may attribute the cause to something else such as "bad vibes" or "unhealthy atmosphere." They then try to figure out what to do about this problem. In the last few years I've been approached at Pagan gatherings that I've taught at either by individuals wanting to know how to handle their energy and/or the energy around them or by individuals brought to me by their elders for the same purpose. The most common question that they ask me is: How do I protect myself from negative energy? They want to know how to build up defences or how to set up some kind of defensive psychic armour. I teach them that they don't need armour. What they need to learn is how to "swim." This book is about learning how to detect the currents of life energy or "chi" within and without and learning simple ways to master them and swim through them. In Asian martial arts and medicine there is an old adage: "Chi follows I" (energy follows intent). This book is about developing a feel for the energy and developing the intent required to master it.
- Paperback | 168 pages
- 152 x 226 x 14mm | 379.99g
- 25 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Kerr Cuhulain
Kerr Cuhulain is the pen name of Canadian occult author and retired Detective Constable Charles Ennis. A former child abuse investigator, he is the author of several articles on child abuse investigation that appeared in Law & Order Magazine. A former Air Force officer, Cuhulain was a police officer for over 28 years, a police dispatcher for another 8 years, and a Wiccan for over forty. He's served on the SWAT team, Gang Crime Unit, and hostage negotiation team. Better known to the Pagan community by his Wiccan name, Kerr Cuhulain, Ennis was the first Wiccan police officer to go public about his beliefs 36 years ago. He is the former Preceptor General of Officers of Avalon, a non-profit benevolent association for Pagan and Wiccan law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical personnel and their families. He is a frequent contributor to The Witches' Voice networking website, and has applied his abilities as an investigative journalist to the histories of several controversial individuals in the Neo-Pagan and New Age communities, such as John Todd and Michael Warnke. He speaks at writers' conferences and Pagan festivals throughout North American. He lives in Sechelt, British Columbia. He founded an order of knighthood, the Order of Paladins: www.orderofpaladins.com He now also writes fantasy fiction as C. A. Ennis and paranormal romance as Carrie Bryce.