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'''Prana-bindu''' training denotes supreme control of nerve and muscles.
 
'''Prana-bindu''' training denotes supreme control of nerve and muscles.
   
 
Prana-bindu training was a cornerstone of the [[Bene Gesserit]], and all adepts, from [[acolyte|acolytes]] to [[Holy Sister|Holy Sisters]], to [[Reverend Mother|Reverend Mothers]], were trained in this way.
 
Prana-bindu training was a cornerstone of the [[Bene Gesserit]], and all adepts, from [[acolyte|acolytes]] to [[Holy Sister|Holy Sisters]], to [[Reverend Mother|Reverend Mothers]], were trained in this way.
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[[Paul Atreides]] was also trained in this manner, and it is likely that prana-bindu training is the basis of the [[Weirding Way]].
   
 
==See also==
 
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* [[Bindu]]
 
* [[Bindu]]
 
* [[Bene Gesserit Training]]
 
* [[Bene Gesserit Training]]
 
 
[[Category:Terms and meanings]]
 
[[Category:Terms and meanings]]
 
[[Category:Bene Gesserit]]
 
[[Category:Bene Gesserit]]

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51G1oU4JIaL. SY445 -1

Prana Bindu illustration from the Dune CCG

Prana-bindu training denotes supreme control of nerve and muscles.

Prana-bindu training was a cornerstone of the Bene Gesserit, and all adepts, from acolytes to Holy Sisters, to Reverend Mothers, were trained in this way.

Paul Atreides was also trained in this manner, and it is likely that prana-bindu training is the basis of the Weirding Way.

See alsoEdit

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