Many things can have their place in the invisible basket of human values. But it is evident that the knowledge of mankind and our different abilities are among the very first ones we would put in it. Knowledge means “what”, ability means “how”, “how much” and how to use all these. Let us see an example: the amount of knowledge is available to everyone alike at school; but how one learns it, how much of it they learn, how effectively they learn it, and how they will make use of it will depend on their abilities. Abilities are among our most important human values, either in terms of our self-esteem, or in terms of our acknowledgement by the society.

The aim of the trainings is not to lead the participants through a training procedure, and to give them a great amount of information, but to help them to master an ability. This was the principle that was taken into consideration during the development of the trainings, and any possible recommendations serve the same purpose. To form new abilities is not an easy challenge for the trainer, especially if the time at his disposal is tiny compared to the task. However, it is not a small undertaking neither on the part of the trainee – the latter wholeheartedly has to take part in the process too.
The aimed abilities, in case of proper participation, shall be developed on a basic level by the end of the respective courses. This happens so in most cases. Those who would not achieve this goal will be offered an extra opportunity for free.

The aim of the trainings is to enrich individual abilities.Prana as an opportunity is given to every one of us, but how we can take it up, how much of it we can use and how effectively we can use it will depend on our individual abilities.
The same applies to concentration too. An adult person with a matured personality has already those concentration abilities that characterize him/her. As the years pass by, these do not change significantly – unless they are developed by special methods.