The human body is more than red meat and bones. Controlling and animating this, are electrical impulses. There’s more to it than simple electricity though, there are powerful energies that our bodies create.
These spiritual energies and real and qualitative. They are still not understood by modern science.
Human energy can be broken down into two categories: internal (chakra’s) and external (aura’s). They work together, as an expression of our physical and spiritual health. You can train yourself to see your aura, and some people are born with the gift.
There has been an increase of of research into the science concerning non material concepts. While it’s working its way into the mainstream, the study of aura’s, Extrasensory Perceptions (ESP), and other immaterial concepts are met harshly with severe, unwarranted criticisms.
The brain and the heart put off the largest amounts of electrical impulses, so they are normally the focus of the studies. The Institute of HeartMath is a leading entity researching, qualifying, and quantifying spiritual concepts like, mindfulness, your inner voice, intuition, ego, aura and chakras.
By viewing and monitering aura’s in a medical sense, we take advantage of more information previously not understood or applied.
Below is a video covering HeartMath’s research and ideas.
There has been an direct connection between our feelings, the way they effect our body and consciousness. For instance, feeling of love, joy or appreciation, the heart beats out a special message.
This message is projected via your aura and is imprinted on other aura’s and objects. The average person puts off a magnetic field that can be felt up to three feet away.
‘Emotional information is actually included and modulated into these fields. By learning to shift our emotions, we are changing the information coded into the magnetic fields that are radiated by the heart, and that can impact those around us. We are fundamentally and deeply connected with each other and the planet itself, and what we do individually really does count and matters.’ (source)
In Russia, Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, a professor of physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University, has worked out a way to take this knowledge and make it applicable to our day to day lives.
He built a device called a GDV, that measures the bio-energy put off by living organisms. It applies a current to the fingertips and forces the body to respond.
The response looks like an ‘electron cloud’ and highlights potential health issues (physiological and psycho-emotional). An optical CCD camera system captures the millisecond long response and translates the information into visual data.
It shows corresponding energy fields to their organs, this allows for intuitive analysis of the physiological level of human body functioning.
It has been approved for use as a routine medical device by the Russian Ministry of Health, upon recommendation of the Russian Academy of Sciences.