Stones of Power

Sometimes even stones possess unique energetical qualities.

For instance, I had a small piece of silicon from a Krishna’s favorite place of power. In it one may see with clairvoyance as if a holographic portrait of Krishna.

Once I found a piece of granite which contained a self-replenishing charge of energy adequate to the subtle energy of anahata. I used it to charge anahatas of beginner students — as an exercise for training their sensitivity. It was enough to take it in the hands — and its energy flowed by itself through the arm into the chakra. After that, the stone became empty. But twenty minutes later it could be used again.

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Most often I found such stones in the Moravian mountains in the Czech Republic. Once I was walking there with a group of students from one of the Czech spiritual centers. In this walk, I picked up from the ground pieces of granite, which possessed strong healing properties. Some students had diseased organs, which could be treated with these stones. Some of the stones weighed 2-3 kilograms, but people, having had felt their power, “clung” to them, put them carefully into the rucksacks, and carried reverentially.

But then I saw that the students got anxious about something… They spoke with agitation in Czech, with looks and nods in my direction… Soon a “delegation” came to me for “negotiations”. It turned out that the Czechs became worried: whether I was going to take these stones with me when leaving to Russia?…

I exclaimed jokingly:

“No! Czech stones belong to the Czechs! In Russia there are a lot of native stones! How could you think that I am going to take these stones from you?!”

“But you are a ‘big brother’”… (In that epoch, it was ordered to call Russian people “big brothers” in all countries occupied by the Soviet Army…)


Chapter from the bookHow God Can Be Cognized. Autobiography of a Scientist Who Studied GodVladimir Antonov

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