Tablet PranaForms can be used in different configurations according to personal preference. Owners are initially fascinated by the aesthetics of placement, but they may quickly become conversant with changes in the intensity of output and the nature of their interaction with the device. Placement options allow users to modulate their engagement as their needs and interests change.
In general, our tablets work best in open areas away from corners and congestion. They like to be centred in rooms or parts of rooms, or centred in front of windows with enough space to rotate freely.
Tablet PranaForms are most fully engaged at heights within the range of the human torso and head in seated and standing positions. Placing tablets at heights above the body can raise the atmosphere in a room but will bring less direct benefit to its occupants.
Some tablet owners wish to explore body-oriented placement. One option is suspending the tablet (horizontally or vertically) directly over the body when it is seated for meditation or contemplation, with the vertical axis aligned with the human crown and spine.
Another option is suspension over one’s bed for long exposure during sleep. In this case we recommend suspending the tablet (horizontally or vertically) above the root chakra (crotch).
Stationary Horizontal Placement
For gentle output on initial use, the recommended position is horizontal and raised slightly above a table or other platform. Here the tablet rests on three or four small risers – flat, uniform objects that can hold their shape – such as small checkers or trimmed tabs of poster tack.
Stationary horizontal placement is particularly recommended for initial use of the Elixa Round Tablet (as pictured above), possibly for several weeks or months.
A tablet laid flat on a wooden table without elevation will typically yield output that is modest enough to go unnoticed by many owners. However, an owner who is sensitive enough to register output in this position should consider starting there.
A tablet laid flat on a glass table may benefit from a piece of cotton placed underneath. Glass seems to be more conductive in this application, and may bring its own material properties and shape into the equation without some buffering.
Suspending the Tablet PranaForms
To enable a more active presence, a tablet can be suspended from a hook in the ceiling, an open beam, or a bracket above a window. For the advantage of flexibility in suspension, strong fishing line or high-quality string is recommended over wire or aircraft cable. The gentle vibration enabled by flexible string at once increases and smooths the tablet’s influence.
Horizontal suspension brings medium-intensity and localized output, while vertical suspension yields higher-intensity and more radiant output. Both suspension options are illustrated below.
Horizontal suspension brings medium-intensity and localized output. In our experience it can be a useful in progressing from stationary horizontal placement (gentle) to vertical suspension (strong). Horizontal suspension is easy to effect with a single line strung through symmetrically arrayed holes in the tablet (three in Biogenesis and four in the Elixa tablets).
A horizontally placed tablet projects its influence up and down rather than all around itself. Moreover, because it is supported at multiple points, it vibrates less and projects a quieter vibrational influence than a vertical tablet in single-point suspension (seen in the next section).
Horizontal suspension can be attractive and practical over dining tables and coffee tables. It can also be used over a bed or place of meditation. Pictured below is the Biogenesis (brass version) in horizontal suspension over a dining table.
Of all the placement options for Tablet PranaForms, vertical suspension gives the strongest and furthest-reaching output. A tablet will tend to revolve slowly on its own, which brings a subtle animating presence to the room. Spinning a vertical tablet on its line will intensify its field proportional to speed.
Tablet owners who are sensitive to vibration often explore the height of a vertically suspended tablet in relation to their own bodies. The height of the tablet centre can be matched to a specific chakra (subtle energy centre in the human body). A vertically suspended tablet tends to make its fullest contribution when the centre height is matched to the principal user’s heart chakra, or midway between the heart chakras of a couple, in the standing position. This is partly because the integration of our ‘higher’ and ‘lower’ faculties pivots on the heart centre.
Vertical suspension can be attractive and practical in front of windows and over dining tables and coffee tables. It can also be used over a bed or place of meditation. Pictured below is the Biogenesis (copper version) in vertical suspension over a bed.