Human Light Sense Human And Enviromental Energy Emission Measurement System
The Human Light Sense measurement system records the internal flow and external emissions with four measurement methods
- the diagnosis of electrical permeability from Voll meridian points
- the response of the body's electrical circuit to the Kirlian terminal point electro-photograph (aura)
- the imaging of the thermal radiation of the body with infrared camera FLIR Science and Research
- frequency recording of electromagnetic field emissions with the system RFI Aura from Item
The human body emits light, heat and acoustic energy at a low level. It has electrical and magnetic properties and can also transform energy that can not be easily determined by physics and chemistry. All of these emissions are part of the human energy field, also known as Biological Field.
The biological field is fleeting. We can not isolate or analyze it extensively. As John Muir wrote, "When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." (Muir, 1911). For a field, this connection is especially true, since, regardless of its source, it travels outward to infinity, it interacts with other superimposed fields and interacts with matter along the path. In addition, phenomena such as resonance can occur, involving an active coupling or oscillation within matter. The fields of the human body can also be influenced by the fields of nearby organisms, the biosphere, even the earth and the universe, but especially from the geosynthetic rhythms. From a theoretical point of view, we can not compute the human biological field from the early principles due to its dynamic aspects and its enormous complexity. However, we can measure some aspects of the biological field and observe its footprints through new technologies.
The human biological field can transfer diagnostic and prognostic information to medicine. Thus, new technological developments and methodological improvements in the measurement of the biological field should be a central objective of health-related research.
By measuring various aspects of the biological field, we may be able to recognize dysfunctions of organs and tissues even before the illness or symptoms and treat them appropriately to eliminate them. We may also be able to use biological field measurements to predict whether the effect of a particular course of treatment will be effective or ineffective, depending on whether it improves or overturns the biological field.