100 hours to Practicus?!

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100 hours to Practicus?!

Postby Hermes » Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:43 pm

This is not a joke Nor a method to become a Practicus in 100 hours :lol:

I heard some say it takes about 100 hours of "meditation" to "charge"properly the energy body. By "meditation", it is meant at least "dhyana" i guess, as they(chinese) say most people will get minutes or even seconds only per hour of practice. Thus the need for many people to meditate everyday for 20 years or 5 years very seriously to get those 100 hours that grant the level i guess corresponds to Practicus in that regard, basically being ready to master kundalini.

Does this seem to you some thing of good accuracy?!
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Re: 100 hours to Practicus?!

Postby Hermes » Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:55 pm

Or for those who will/prefer:

If it does take 100 hours, it is 100 hours of what in your opinion? How to describe that, for instance major dhyana, minor samadhi...? :)
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Re: 100 hours to Practicus?!

Postby Jim Eshelman » Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:53 pm

There is no relationship between this and the A.'.A.'. grade of Practicus.

For example, there is nothing in the A.'.A.'. system that guarantees anything close to a cumulative 100 hours of meditation by that point.

Since you interpreted this as dhyana, I can add that this is nothing leading one to necessarily expect any dhyana before Dominus Liminis.
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Re: 100 hours to Practicus?!

Postby Hermes » Tue Mar 18, 2014 12:58 pm

Thanks. I'm getting more and more sure there is no point in comparing methods seriously without being an adept of each one separately. I see you're always very careful and rigorous Jim, even when we are speaking of straight well known western systems, and more so when they are less known. I get this at least. 8)

I apologize if i asked redundant style of questions.
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