Viewing of Air Prana: An Exploratory Study of Perceptions among Participants of Different Gender and Education
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Viewing of Air Prana: An Exploratory Study of Perceptions among Participants of Different Gender and Education

Abstract:

Prana is an essential for survival of all beings. With proper training, a common man can view this prana, the subtle energy body. It is also referred to as ‘Chi’ or ‘Ki.’ The present study seeks to understand the perceptions and experiences of viewing air Prana among participants. Exploratory research design was used. 178 participants with a mean age of 26.8 years participated in the study. Open-ended questionnaire was provided to participants to record their experiences before and after guidance to view air Prana as conceptualized by Master Choa Kok Sui. The results were analysed using Contingency Coefficient analysis. Participants mentioned different experiences after viewing air Prana.

73.0% of the respondents saw air Prana as small globules when looking at skyline. 80.3% of the respondents perceived brightness in globules, 41.0 % of them reported random movement of small globules, 24.7% felt that globules were many in number, 42.1% felt that globules were moving fast. This study illustrates that majority of the participants viewed and narrated about air Prana.

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