God him self using it ,allowed the angles to use it to move and use the AIR BENDING, FIRE BENDING, WATER BENDING, AND EARTH /METAL BENDING .
Some demonic entities and the devil uses this gain knowledge to his evil power and to scare human. We must gain this knowledge to understand how some evil entities fight human and how we can defend ourselves. Its like using the power of God throw his holy spirit and the holly words from the holy books we can bend all evil power back to hell with the word of God but the more we pray, meditate,humble ourselves to God and leave our pride , the more we gain knowledge an wisdom throw faith the more we can control the evil entities as when God with us nothing can stand against us. ( steve ramsey).
Manipulation of ALL liquids using chi. Please feel free to practice with any liquid. Water bending is the easiest to practice and the safest. Keep that in mind. Also, water is the element of change.
Water Benders guide the water when they Bend and they cannot force it they have to let it flow. Water Bending is a defense to offense element. They let their defense become their offense, turning their opponent’s own forces against them. The fighting style of Water Bending is mostly flowing and graceful; acting in concert with their own environment. Water Bending is based on Tai Chi, which is a Chinese martial art that features slow movements and elegant forms that evoke the feel of flowing water. Water Bending’s strength is its defensive capabilities which, rather than supporting a slow set of offensive methods, are transformed into attacks and counters- defense into offense. Rather than simply stopping to deflect an attack, water bending’s defensive maneuvers focus on control, achieved through turning an opponent’s own strengths against him, instead of directly harming an opponent. Water has many sub-elements. The power of water bending comes from the moon, so they are strongest during the night, especially when it is a full moon because they absorb energy from it. The first Water Benders learned from the moon by observing how the moon pushed and pulled the tides.
WARNING: Water Benders can’t bend on a Lunar Eclipse because their power is from the moon.
NO PANIC: The Lunar Eclipse doesn’t last forever so the next day you’re fine.
Push and Pull:
First, go to a bowl of water or a lake or just any body of water and sit in a comfortable position and take deep breaths: 50 in and 50 out. You need to get a lot of chi in your hands to start with and when you feel you have enough, imagine the moon pushing and pulling the tides. As you do so, push and pull your hands and you might see the water moving with the motion of your hand movements.
*Don’t worry if you don’t get it the first time, it will take a few weeks to master or a month if you try it every day.*
This is a lesson I created myself, and it is my favourite Water Bending technique. Your blood is made up of 70% water. I strongly recommend you do both a Chakra and a Water Meditation, but it is not necessary. Then, close your eyes and imagine you have blue veins that carry chi inside your body. They carry a constant chi flow. Imagine those veins also carry blood, and keep in mind that your blood is made up of 70% water. Feel the water inside you and visualize the chi is pushing the water throughout your entire body. This way, you are triggering your chi.
Here’s the fun part: when you get really used to this technique, you will be able to control the water inside others bodies, therefore you can somewhat control them. This is a VERY good fighting technique. Some Water Benders win battles by using just this technique.
Get a bowl of water out in front of you, and feel the water’s presence. Use your senses to take in the existence of the water in front of you. Make sure the water feels REAL to you. Place your hand about 4 inches above the water. Move chi from your abdomen into your hands. Instead of storing the chi at your hands, let it move directly out into the water. Let the chi have a consistent flow from your abdomen through your hands and into the water. Don’t worry about how you put the chi into the water (projection, radiation, etc.) You want to have a consistent flow of chi through this entire technique. As your chi goes into the water, you will feel a connection with the water in your entire body. This is why you want a consistent flow of chi from your abdomen. When you feel this connection, start to move your hand around while continuing to feel yourself one with the water. Feel the viscosity of the water as you move you move it about.
Mixing Your Chi with the Water:
If you don’t know how to let chi out through your whole body and mix it with the water, Water Bending will be impossible to do. First, you need to feel your chi and then designate the areas that you want them to come out of. So, first you need to meditate and visualize your chi coming out of every possible place on your body. After you do that, you need to make it fuse with the water. This is the hard part, you need to have complete control over your chi to do this. Let your chi just go into the water and don’t force it to do anything else. Once you mix it with the water, try to move it around a little and don’t expect serious results the first time you do this, because it may take a little while for you to get it down.
Okay, here we are going to learn how to move water. First, radiate your chi onto the surface of the water, then you can move it in a figure eight, back and forth, in a circle, etc. I recommend moving your finger back and forth, but you can do it any way you want to do it. Now that you’ve radiated your chi into the water, you need to move it back and forth. Move your hands with the water and feel it moving with your hands.
Sit cross-legged in the Lotus position if you can; if not, sit cross-legged with your back straight. Set a bowl of water in front of you. Or, if you can, sit in front of a source of natural water, such as a lake or stream, or even the ocean. Put one or both of your hands on the water. Close your eyes, and repeat the breathing patterns on the Meditation Page. Once you’ve entered a state of blackness behind your eyes, visualize yourself in the position you’re in. Visualize a white or blue glowing substance flowing through your body.
See it flowing swiftly up from the base of your abdomen (under your belly button) splitting up into two streams at your chest, flowing through both arms and into your hands, filling the bowl or a small section of the natural water with the substance (your chi). It is what you will be using to move the water. Once the water is filled up with chi, stop feeding it chi and imagine small thread-like strings connecting the ends of your fingers to the chi in the water.
Now, slowly pull your hands up out of the water, and at the same time visualize the water lifting as it clings to the threads at your fingertips. Pull it up maybe an inch or two… don’t push your luck the first try. It may take several tries to even make a ripple. If you simply can’t get it to lift, repeat the Elemental Water Meditation for a few more days and try it again. Don’t give up! If you say you can’t do it, you can’t. Cast any skepticism out of your mind and forget any doubts, and meditate of course.
You will do fine if you do these things. If you do this correctly, and work through it patiently, then the water should rise as you pull your hands up out of the bowl or natural source of water. If it works, congratulations! You’ve just accomplished the first task on this site: your first experience in Bending you are also officially a Water Bender.
Beginner’s Lift 2:
First, get a bowl of water and set it in front of you, or you can sit in front of a natural source of water, but you don’t have to. Next, I want you to make a chi ball. Imagine the chi ball splitting apart. Attach those strings to the water and your fingers. Then, imagine your chi (a.k.a. the strings) filling the water. Move your hands back and forth and feel the water move with your hands. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t get it on the first try, Bending is very hard and it will take a while to learn. Practice this until you can do it easily without thinking about it.
Get a bowl of water and set it in front of you. Make a Chi Ball and attach the strings of chi to the water. Lift your hands up about an inch, try to feel the water rise with your hands. Let the water drop back into the bowl, and if you hear a splash then you have succeeded. Practice this until you can do it easily.
Lifting Water 2:
I would only try this technique if you can do the very first one pretty well. In this one you’ll be lifting water about 5 inches. First, sit by a source of still water (it has to be still at first). Close your eyes and imagine those same blue or white chords of light streaming through your body and focus on the chords in your hands (in this technique, I like to imagine I’m in a very peaceful water place, maybe a hot spring or a very low waterfall). Raise your hands over the source of water and visualize strings of light extending through your hands and into the water. Use them as puppet strings or visualize yourself connected to the water by mental force and start pulling your hands up. Imagine the water coming up 3 or 4 inches, then drop it. If you hear a plop then congrats. If you have done this correctly, then after 5 tries you should have some result. If not, keep practicing and if you do do it try to lift it higher.
Streaming the Water: Do water lift one or two (or even both), but lift it higher and detach the stream of water from the water source. Move the water around, you can make it any shape you wish.
This is the same technique as the beginner’s lift; the difference is that you’ll be manipulating it more. Once you’ve nearly mastered the first skill, this should be rather easy. You’ve probably tried lifting the water higher before, right? Well, this is the same thing.
You’ll just be lifting the water about a foot high, and spinning it around a bit. Go through the same steps as Beginner’s Lift, but pull your hands up higher than before, until you have a nice long chord of water to work with. If you need to, shorten the strings attaching the water to your fingertips, to give it some extra height.
In this move, the closer to the water, the better. Pull it to that height and move your hands a bit. In a small clockwise circle at first, and then in a slightly larger counterclockwise circle. Move it around freely, and experiment. Also, try pointing one finger down towards the water and spinning it around your hand. It’s a rather interesting feeling and gives you a bit more control over the water you’re pulling. It’s not too difficult, but I guarantee it will come in handy someday.
Push and Pull: Sit down near a bowl of water or a natural source of water (natural water is better). Close your eyes and imagine either a white chord running through your body. Focus on the ones on your arms and make them either get bigger or glow brighter. Put your arms over the water and imagine the chords extending out your arms to your source of water and use them like puppet strings, now start moving your arms physically and mentally. Visualize the water moving slowly then rapidly. This may not work for the first few tries, but as I said, keep trying different things. After a while try this technique standing up with your eyes open.
Water Bubble: If you have tried the first technique, then you have probably tried to lift it higher. If you haven’t, you shouldn’t be on this technique. In this technique you will actually be lifting it out of the water. To start, you can either stand or sit but start out like the Lifting Water technique and lift it about a foot or two higher.
Visualize the water disconnecting from the surface and try to focus all your chi into sort of a protective bubble to do this just imagine a white or blue glow around the water.
This skill is funny and eventually it will be so easy but I guarantee you will drop it the first few times because you’re not used to the water being all of your responsibility. Play around with this technique and try and do it in open space. Have fun with this because this is what many other moves are formatted off of. After you can do this well, try and shape the bubble.
Water Push: Water Push is a simple yet a very effective move with enough power, it can blast 5 opponents back at once, maybe more. Now, first you must raise some water off the surface. You can either imagine it or force it. If you are imagining, first raise it to about your chest and shape it into a bubble.
Then, imagine you pushing the water forwards. You actually do this physically at the same time you are doing that. Remember to keep a mental grip on your chi around the bubble as it’s moving. You can also shape it into a blast shape or something.
Now, to use the force you have to hold the bubble to your chest, and after the count of three, force all of the chi from your hands and chest pushing the bubble forwards. Remember to keep the shape of it with your chi for at least a little while. I prefer to use the mental method, and after this, keep practicing until you can do it instantly.
Get a bowl of water either warm or room temperature. Close your eyes and imagine the water either grey for room temperature or pale red for warm. Visualize it swirling, and put a hand or finger in it and feel the warmth, even if it’s room temperature. Then, imagine the water slowly slowing down and turning bluer and bluer. Imagine the water nearly stopped and like a dark blue. If the water is cooler, then congratulations because this is a very hard move when you are new to Bending. If you are successful, give yourself a pat on the back.
Cascade’s Healing Technique:
First, immerse the injury in water. It helps if the injury is on the hand or the like, because you don’t need a lot of water to completely immerse the wound. Use cool water for this. Draw chi into your index and middle fingers on one hand. Hold them together with the rest of your fingers fisted. The hand should look like you only have those two fingers. Pool as much chi into those two fingers as you can.
Then MAKE SURE YOUR BREATHING IS AS CALM AND STEADY AS IT CAN POSSIBLY BE (this technique will not work at all if you don’t have an absolutely perfect breathing pattern). Now dip those fingers in the water where your injury has been soaking. Pull both fingers out of the water, and then visualize the chi starting to ‘ooze’ out of the fingers so that it kind of forms an orb around the fingertips. Place your fingertips on the wound, and imagine the chi moving into the wound and filling all the open space of the injury with pure white or pure blue energy. Then, visualize the energy beginning to fade deeper into the wound and the tissue begins to knit back together, reforming into a completely healed area.
This should heal all injuries that are very small and only on the surface. A deep cut or large blister may take repeated sessions; but swelling and redness even on the worst of wounds will dissipate within the FIRST session. If you do it right, I guarantee that it will at least do that. You will know if it’s being done right if you feel an ice cold tingling in the wound as you visualize the tissue reforming (I do anyway).
Small Water Shield: Okay we are going to make a water ball, and then make it square and big so it covers the mid section of your body. Once you do this, you can move it around to protect yourself. A good way to practice is making a shield and keeping it on the wrist of one of your arms, using the other arm to make water balls, etc.
Almost all forms of Water Bending involve moving and shaping a body of water to the user’s desire. By simply levitating a large mass of water, Water Benders can move water anywhere they wish, even parting it under the surface of a lake or sea, allowing them to walk along the bottom of the basin without the need to swim. These large bodies of water can also be used as weapons, either by shaping them into gigantic whips, swung repeatedly at a target as a snake-like body, or simply dropped onto an opponent to smother them or put out a fire. On the sea or ocean, Water Bending can be used to create giant maelstroms.
Streaming the Water:
This is a move that draws water from a source that Water Benders move around their bodies. A more advanced version involves “sinking and floating”. This move is thought to be used for basic training so that beginning Water Benders can get a “feel” for water, but it is in all actuality a very useful move performed by Water Benders of every skill level.
A move that pushes and levitates snow for attack, shielding, and defense. Water Benders are able to compress the snow together in order to slice through objects, even metal.
Water Whip: The most frequently seen move involves creating a lashing tendril of water to swipe at an opponent. The shape, size, and length are all determined by a Water Bender’s control. More powerful Benders can create larger whips or ones of greater finesse. Due to water being incompressible, a whip can be sharpened into a blade that can even slice through metal with relative ease.
High pressure jets can be used to force opponents back or even blast clean through a target if focused enough. Water jets are primarily used if the user has intent of severely hurting their opponents.
By moving a large mass of water without separating it from its original source, Water Benders can create waves of nearly any size. They do this by using an upward movement and after raising the source, they send away in their desired location. This can be used to sweep opponents away or even as a form of transport, with the Bender surfing on the crest of the wave.
The Water Bullet is a move in which a Water Bender Bends a large amount of water and sends it in a forceful blow towards their target. It is similar to Water Jet, but it’s more for a quick use because the Water Jet technique takes more concentration.
Water Walls/Water Shields:
Water can be molded into a variety of shapes and can be used to deflect an attack, trap opponents in a viscous body, reshaped and propelled at attackers before they can recover, or solidified onto a shield of ice. This diversity and ability to swiftly change to suit the situation is what makes the Water Bender’s defense so adaptable. Although it is so protecting, the shield needs some type of compression or else the shield won’t be effective.
Water Temperature Manipulation:
Water Benders also possess the ability to alter the physical state of the water they manipulate (between solid, liquid, and gas) at will. Changing the phase of water allows for multiple techniques in the course of a battle, from encasing an opponent in ice to hiding behind a wall of mist. Ice and steam/fog can also be molded in a diverse range of shapes. Ice provides a degree of hard lethality since it can be molded into spikes or blades to pin down or impale opponents.
Steam or mist can obscure a battlefield and mask movement. A Water Bender can easily super heat and boil water and other liquids to scalding temperatures. Water Benders also possess the ability to breathe an icy mist that freezes water and other substances.
Water Pressure Manipulation:
Water Benders are also able to manipulate water pressure, allowing their techniques to grasp other objects or cut through without simply parting around them. Since water is incompressible, it can be used as a semi-solid while being able to walk on water.
The ability to shape water into a super-sharp edge or point for a split-second. Due to water’s highly incompressible nature, it enables a Water Bender to cut through metal, wood, and stone.
A Water Bender can use the water as a form of armor with tentacle-like arms. The Bender can use these arms to grab objects, whip enemies, blast enemies with water and freeze them. If a Water Bender has less water available, he or she can simply form the arms instead of the entire cloak.
Water Filtering: When working in concert with an Earth Bender, a Water Bender can purify polluted water. The Water Bender suspends the pollutes water in the air while the Earth Bender removes the pollutants.
When in need to cross large bodies of water, capable Water Benders are able to create a bubble around themselves, keeping an air supply for them and for the others.
A high-pressure, rotating column of water. Capable of exerting a significant amount of pressure upon a solid surface, that allows the action of a drill. The move takes mastery of Water Bending since the motions to create a constantly twisting body of water takes a lot of Bending skill.
This high-level technique involves controlling a whirlpool-like pillar of water as a weapon, rotating it and directing its movements at the same time. Another form exists, which is nicknamed “Water Snake”, in accordance to the waterspout’s constantly shifting and coiling movements. It forms a giant snake of water around the lower body, elevating them from the ground.
In a large body of water, a Water Bender can create a gigantic whirlpool.
A master Water Bender can collect water from the rain, forming a dome which can be used for both offense and defense.
An experienced Water Bender can create multiple simultaneous water rings capable of cutting.
Since the human body is roughly 70% water, Blood Bending does not necessarily Bend blood, but the fluids in one’s body, allowing the user to manipulate a body’s muscles to move as they wish or to stop movement completely. A Blood Bender could do a number of things by Bending the water in a person’s body, such as stop a victim’s heart or crush his/her internal organs; pressurize, boil, or cool the water to kill their opponent; or even completely extract the water from one’s body. This is one of the most deadly offense moves.
*Do not start Ice Bending if you haven’t done all of the Water bending techniques*
Ice Bending is the ability to manipulate water and make it colder so that it may freeze at your will to freeze it. This does NOT include manipulating the ice to do whatever you may think. The concepts if Ice Bending are pretty basic. All you have to do is imagine water filled with thousands of swirling grey dots, and then see all of the grey dots gradually starting to slow and change color to a dull, icy blue. At that point, the water should get colder, and if you continue with this process and keep slowing the dots until they are completely still, then it will eventually freeze the water. Those are the basics you need to remember for Ice Bending.
This technique is called chill because you are going to cool down water almost to the point of freezing temperature. All you will need to do this is a small bowl and somewhere quiet where you can focus. It is fairly important to have a very small bowl, because then you don’t have to deal with as much water. Okay, first, fill the bowl with water that’s room temperature and set it on the floor in front of you. Now, sit down and put part of your hand or maybe just a finger on the water. Close your eyes. Visualize those swirling dots (see above paragraph) and do exactly as I told you about the slowing dots. Keep doing this for as long as it takes for you to feel cold water on your finger/hand. If the water gets colder, then congratulations, you are officially an ice Bender! Warning: be careful. Don’t do this for too long, or you may freeze your fingers in the ice! Keep doing this until you can do it without focusing and with your eyes open. Now onto the harder moves.
This is a truly wonderful skill. With this skill, you are actually going to make an ice sculpture. Well, we are not quite at sculptures yet, but you are going to make part of one. You are going to make a flower petal out of ice. All you need is a bowl of cold water and a quiet place to Bend. It is easier to start with cold water because you are going to make ice. What you do is, remember all of the swirling dots? Well, picture the whole bowl filled with them, but cut a portion of it and shape it like a flower petal. Now, see the petal turn colder by slowing the dots down, but keep the rest of the bowl the same temperature.
I know, this is VERY confusing, but just look at these words long and hard and hopefully you will understand it better. Truthfully, I am confusing myself just typing these words. But anyway, see the petal growing colder and colder until the dots have completely halted and turned an icy white. Almost like this color. Open your eyes and the petal should be frozen and floating in the water. If it is, congratulations! This is a very confusing move and pretty hard to pull off correctly. You can also do other figures, too. Just visualize it in the shape you want
With this skill, you are going to thaw out ice. It seems sort of weird, I know, because it’s almost like Fire bending. It is still Ice bending because you are not using heat to thaw it, but you are actually just releasing the cold out of the ice to thaw it. So, you can either freeze a bowl of water with Ice bending, or you can just put it in the freezer for two hours. I recommend putting it in the freezer, because then you don’t have to waste any Chi on freezing it. So, get your ice and put it on the floor in front of you. Now, close your eyes and see the swirling dots again. This time, see the dots starting to move again, slowly changing color again back to the grey color of room temperature.
Also, see grey colored steam coming out of the top of the ice, which represents cold temperature. When you see them swirling at a steady rate, all of the steam has stopped rising, and you think that is is pretty much thawed out… open your eyes and look at the bowl. If it is water, then congratulations, you have just mastered a very confusing, but useful technique! For example, if you put your drink in the freezer, instead of the fridge, you could thaw it out in seconds without thinking about it and also not needing to wait hours to thaw it out. Also, as an end note, it would be very beneficial for you to learn Water bending as well, because then you can freeze things into shapes without needing a bowl of water.
There are many ways of doing this, but I will explain one of them. Get into the stance that you use when you normally make a chi ball, with you knees bent a bit, and your hands in the chi ball position, at your side, near your hip. Now, picture water running over your hands and in between your hands, as if you were running them over a faucet. Feel it out, and extract the Water Elemental Energy. Now, picture the water frosting over, try to hear the sounds of the ice crackling as the water freezes. Picture it freezing little by little, and compiling into a ball of ice between your palms.
Do this for a few minutes, and see if you can feel any cold between your hands. Don’t worry, all these techniques take time and practice, so you might not get it on the first day. Just keep working on it. Practice this every day, until you can do it. to test this, you can try throwing the ice ball at a candle or some kind of small flame like that. And again, don’t worry if nothing happens the first few times. Just remember, when throwing the ice ball, just like any other energy ball, you must be in complete concentration and focus, so that the ball does not simply disperse into the air.
In this technique, you are going to make a sphere. By now, you should have mastered freezing and if not, turn back now. So, first lift the water up and shape it into a sphere shape. Let your mental grip remain on the chi that’s holding the ball of water up and imagine the water swirling and slowly slowing back down. Make it turn white until it freezes, BE CAREFUL NOT TO DROP IT! :P. So, now that it’s frozen, try moving it around a bit and turning it back into water and shaping it differently. This is a fun, but difficult move. Play with it. It’s the base move of Ice Bending.
Ice Bending Combat:
Tsurara Tate: “Icicle Shield”: This is a technique that I devised myself. To start out, stand in a wide stance, and be in concentration on the Elemental Energy of water, and draw it into your body. Keep picturing it filling up your body, mixing with your chi in your Dan Tien. When you think you have enough, then tense up your muscles. Become completely focused, and picture the Water Element exploding out of you, and freezing mid-way through the air, forming a dome of ice around your body. Picture more water energy being added to it, the dome becoming larger and more powerful, and freezing more. Keep picturing this happening, and also picture the Water Energy inside you, powering you up internally, like an internal Chi Flame. Practice this, and remember not to overdo it.
Ice Spikes: Water Benders can shoot small shards of ice at their opponent, or cause a giant spike to protrude from a body of water.
Ice Claws: Ice Claws is a move where the Bender draws water around their fingers and freeze it. They can also be sent forward, shooting them at their opponent. A Water Bender can also use this as an advantage, being small and unnoticeable, they can hide them in their sleeves.
Ice Spear: The Ice Spear involves freezing a stream of water and then sending the frozen result flying at the target.
Ice Shield: An Ice Bender can freeze an amount of water in the front of them, creating a shield of ice.
Ice Discs: An Ice Bender can create a cylindrical column of ice and proceed to slice razor- sharp sections of it off and send them at an opponent.
Ice Creeper: An Ice Bender can send a ray of ice on the ground, speeding at an opponent to freeze them. This technique freezes a trail of water beginning with the Ice Bender performing the move and ending with their targets freezing.
Ice Shield: This is a technique where the Ice Bender freezes an amount of water in front of them, creating a shield of ice.
Ice Discs: This involves an Ice Bender creating a cylindrical column of ice and proceeding to slice razor-sharp sections of it off and sending them at an opponent.
Ice Line: This is good offensive attack where you can create a line of twisted columns and propel it forward.
Breath of Ice:
An Ice Bender can use their breath to rapidly freeze objects, such as metallic chains, or an opponent. For a more advanced version of the technique, the user takes a deep breath and exhales the air cloud of freezing mist.
Ice Dome: A highly advanced technique in which an Ice Bender surrounds a foe in a viscous sphere of water and then freezes it, trapping their opponent inside.
Ice Floor: With a sufficient amount of water, a Master can cover a large area of the ground with ice, trapping enemies’ feet in ice and allowing the Ice Bender to slide around.
Ice Prison: This technique covers an opponent in a prison made of ice. By finely controlling the position of the person within, this technique can restrict the motions of an opponent’s hands, thus rendering them powerless.
Ice Tunneling: Ice Benders are able to swim through thick ice with the same ease as through water. This allows them to surprise their foes.
Mass Freeze: An Ice Bender can freeze multiple targets at once.
Ice Ramp: You can manipulate ice as a mean of short transportation.
Ice Daggers: Much Like Ice Claws, Ice Daggers form on your fingers and shoot at high speeds away from you.
One day in the future this will be normal to some masters of this techniques and they can help earth and other planets to make room for human to live and survive. But always there will be evil forces and armies that will use those masters ,kill them, prison them to force them to use this power for evil wars. We be like the X-men, haunted down .
Steve Ramsey, PhD- Canada.