Picture: Buddha sitting in meditation
Cong Power of each man makes up a Cong cylinder (Figure 1).
Cong cylinder is the body’s Energy Field, emitting soft white and yellow light around the body in the form of a cylinder, like a glass, with the upper circle slightly larger than the bottom. The higher the Cong Power, the higher the Cong Cylinder. The height of Cong Cylinder is counted from the surface of man’s sitting floor upwards. Therefore, when Astral men see the Rough men’s Cong Cylinder they will know how much Cong Power these men have attained. Rough men whose divine eye is opened can also see Cong Cylinder. The Cong Cylinder as shown in Figure 1 is of a Buddhist cultivator.
Together with the illuminating light of Cong Cylinder, the charkas also emit dark-toned white yellow light in the shape of a ball, among them the ball in Bach Hoi charka (top of the head) is the biggest. Other charkas have a little bit smaller and equal size balls. The main acupoints(6.7) (Lao cung, Hop coc, Khuc tri, Dung tuyen, Tuc tam ly) also have white yellow illuminating balls with smaller size and pale color.
Figure 1 – Cong Cylinder of a Buddhist Rough man Cultivator (re-drawn from drawing of Prof.Dich- Upper Buddha Van Van Quang HUGO HAMA)
Cong Cylinder has a surrounding affecting area. Any people within this affecting area will receive energy from the Cong Cylinder’s owner. Because Cong Cylinder has white yellow light which is subtle light carrying purified and wholesome energy, those who receive this energy really received luck. Only highly-cultivated people have Cong Cylinder. Sizes of Cong Cylinder are specified in Table 1. Cong Cylinder has an affecting area surrounding it twice larger than its diameter.
Table 1 shows that a cultivator attaining Cao Tang Bo Tat level has the height of Cong Cylinder up to charka Dan Dien (a knuckle below the navel) with diameter of 1.2 meter, and an affecting area of 2.4 meter. If attained Kim Cuong Bo Tat level, the corresponding height of Cong Cylinder is up to charka Thien Dot (suprasternal notch) with diameter of 1.7 meter and affecting area of 3.4 meter. And so on for the higher levels.
Table 1. Cong Cylinder’s size and affecting area of Buddhist Cultivator
"There are physical and invisible (subtle) spaces co-existing in this universe"
"There are Rough men living in the physical space and Astral men living in the invisible space. The Astral men are a lot more capable than the Rough men"
"The big mistake of mankind (Rough men) so far is we are not willing to cooperate with the invisible space"
Professor Dich - Upper Buddha Van Van Quang HUGO HAMA