Subtle body imaging systems

Written by Simon Mitchell

Work with electrical fields that surround animals and plants suggestsrepparttar presence of an energy body. Studies using Kirlian photography show energy fields surrounding physical objects although there is still some debate as to what these actually are. One famous Kirlian experiment isrepparttar 147762 'Phantom Leaf Effect'. In this experimentrepparttar 147763 leaf is cut or torn andrepparttar 147764 top part removed. The Kirlian photographs taken reveal it still to be there as an etheric body, perhaps a 'holographic energy template' forrepparttar 147765 leaf, although there is much discussion as to what this effect actually is.

Electro-acupuncture systems show a way forward to combiningrepparttar 147766 best abilities of orthodox medical science with far more subtle and less invasive treatments. The Motoyama A.M.I. Machine comparesrepparttar 147767 electrical balance of two sides of a human body, by attaching electrodes to acupoints ofrepparttar 147768 12 main meridians. This machine allows observers to analyse subtle energy streams inrepparttar 147769 body. Acupuncture andrepparttar 147770 philosophy behind it has an enhanced understanding ofrepparttar 147771 energy systems that nurture cellular growth and repair.

The Voll machine or Dematron is another breakthrough device in this field that is relatively unheard of. Instead of monitoringrepparttar 147772 terminal acupoints as inrepparttar 147773 A.M.I. machine above,repparttar 147774 Voll machine measuresrepparttar 147775 electrical parameters of any single acupuncture point inrepparttar 147776 body. It can show which organs are affected by dis-ease (or un-ease) by analysingrepparttar 147777 electrical voltages associated with each spot. The Voll machine can help to findrepparttar 147778 reasons for energetic dysfunction and has a 'treatment mode'. This can apply energy atrepparttar 147779 right frequency through resonance, or is used to introduce other substances intorepparttar 147780 electrical circuit for resonance information. This technique is used to matchrepparttar 147781 frequency of homeopathic remedies torepparttar 147782 patient. The Voll machine is also used to studyrepparttar 147783 ill-effects of environmental poisons inrepparttar 147784 growing field of clinical ecology.


Written by Simon Mitchell

'Rowan tree and red thread - haverepparttar witches all in dread'

On May eve Rowan crosses used to be worn in UK and were sometimes fastened to cattle (or their barns) for protection against witches and other 'evil doers'. Legend has it thatrepparttar 147761 crosses had to be made without a metal knife to work properly. Rowan branches were also bought indoors on a Good Friday as this tree had a reputation for strong protection against psychic forces.

This 'mish-mash' of folklore and Christianity indicates older uses ofrepparttar 147762 tree having been 'assimilated' into a religion that converted people by adapting their beliefs and practices to its own ends. 'Rowan' isrepparttar 147763 most interesting of tree names with connections to both ancient Norse and Hindu/Sanskrit culture. Spelled several ways it is connected torepparttar 147764 old Norse word 'Runa' - meaning a charm - and being able to ward offrepparttar 147765 effects ofrepparttar 147766 'evil eye'. In even earlier times 'Runa' wasrepparttar 147767 Sanskrit word for 'magician'. 'Run-stafas' were staves cut fromrepparttar 147768 Rowan tree and inscribed with runes for magical (and most likely protective) reasons. The smooth bark is ideal for this purpose.

The Rowan was such a sacred tree torepparttar 147769 Celts that many churchyards in Wales still includerepparttar 147770 tree, not unlikerepparttar 147771 Yew tree in English churchyards. The berries were much used byrepparttar 147772 Celts for brewing wine, spirit, flavouring mead, ale, perry and cider. Try squeezing some ofrepparttar 147773 fresh berry juice and putting it into a gin and tonic - it makes a convincing alternative to Angostura bitters. The fresh juice is mildly laxative and good for soothing inflamed mucous membranes. In herbal medicinerepparttar 147774 juice formsrepparttar 147775 basis of an astringent gargle for sore throats and inrepparttar 147776 19th century it was used to treat scurvy -repparttar 147777 disease of vitamin C deficiency.

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