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1) The Causal Body
a. Is how we are able to have out of body experiences
b. Is the layer of the collective consciousness
c. Is where the Akashic Records are stored
d. Creates the blueprint of the body
e. Both b & c
f. Both a & c

2) The Rainbow Body was created by crystals according to the Book of Revelations
T. True
F. False

3) Catabolism is responsible for
a. the production of carbon dioxide and lactic acid in the body
b. the build-up phase of complex molecules
c. birth defects caused by over-consumption of steroids
d. None of the above

4) The Endocrine System is
a. the most external system, made up of skin and is nearly 2 square meters
b. responsible for releasing hormones into the blood stream
c. a way we accept other’s energy without filtering through critical thinking
d. made up of the liver, urinary system and large intestine

5) In flatland
a. objects can only see points but no length
b. time and space are ruling forces
c. three dimensional objects can only exist partially d. tesseract cubes leave a shadow of a cube

6) Yin meridians are classified as excitatory
T. True
F. False

7) According to TCM the five virtues are
a. Fire, Water, Air, Earth, and Ether
b. Fear, Anger, Joy, Pensiveness, and Grief
c. Order, Trust, Integrity, Wisdom, and Compassion
d. Wood, Metal, Fire, Water, and Earth 8) Cracks along the side of the tongue (scalloped edges) could represent
a. Being overworked or fatigued
b. Poor eating habits or stressed
c. Past Illness or grief
d. Excess heat consuming body fluids (Yin deficiency)

9) Qi is responsible for
a. stopping the Horary Cycle
b. building Jing in the body
c. decreasing an abundance of Shen
d. transporting fluids in the body

10) Yang Characteristics include
a. heat, expanding movement, nervous functions, and mental activity
b. action, expanded organs,…...

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