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MEDIUMISTIC CONDITIONS

Automatic Writing
Demand Proof Of Spirit Identity
Developing Circles
Gradual Development Of Powers
Human Magnetism
Impersonating Mediumship
Inspirational Writing
Is Darkness Necessary?
Mediumship Beneficial
Mental Phenomena
No Loss Of Individuality
Phenomena Without Darkness
Physical Phenomena
Prana
Psychic Attunement
Psychic Force
Scientific Reports On Phenomena
Spirit Guides
Spirit Inspiration
Spirit Suggestion
The Proper Mental Condition
The Trance Condition
The Value Of Phenomena
Trance Condition Not Essential
Warning To Young Mediums
Zoether



Prana








The orientals account for physical mediumistic phenomena in a similar
way, though their terms are different. Instead of speaking of zoether,
or psychic force, they always employ the term "prana." In the oriental
philosophies "prana" is explained as a subtle form of energy permeating
the universe, but manifesting in a special form in the organism of the
human being. This subtle force, or prana, is held to be capable of being
transmitted from one organism to another, and is held to be the
energizing power by means of which many forms of occult or magic
phenomena are produced. Prana is very much akin to the "human magnetism"
of the western occultists, and the properties attributed to the latter
are really those which the orientals for centuries past have held to be
among the essential properties of prana; so, at the last, there is found
to be a practical agreement here between the oriental and the western
schools of occultism, respectively, in spite of their differing
terminology.





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