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Posted 07 August 2012 - 07:45 PM

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HUMAN MONOPULSE PLASMOGRAPHY
1999
 

Kazakh National State University of Al`-Farabi. Department of Biophysics
V.M. Bondarev

Edited by Prof. V.M. Inyushin

This work represents some results of experimental research of human bioenergetics, obtained by the monopulse plasmography method. The most pe-culiar point of the work is the study of anomalous fast-flowing processes, inac-cessible for visual control by the other means of technical registration. These results not just visually show the complexity of the processes, occurring on bioenergetic level, but also start a new trend in the research of energy-informational interactions, including the distant ones. To make the facts stated below sound popular and understandable to a large range of readers, not only to the specialists, it is necessary to give some brief explanations.

 

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:01 PM

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Advances in Diagnosis and Monitoring of the human quantum informational field

2000
Advances in Diagnosis and Monitoring of the human quantum informational field with GDV technique.
Konstantin G. Korotkov, Ph.D., Prof.
Technical University SPIFMO, St-Petersburg

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Recent applications of the GDV Technique – Evoked Bioelectrography Responses of biologi-cal subjects – is under consideration. Overview of the results in the following areas are pre-sented: examination of the bronchial patients of various course of disease; estimation of readiness for the competitive activity among elite athletes; Frontier Science Study; study of water and liquids. The data presented demonstrate high sensitivity of the GDV technique for the evaluation of different states of consciousness, follow-up of individual person’s reaction to different treatment modalities and influences, detection of small impurities in water. De-scription of the new GDV programs and devices are discussed as well.

Key words: Consciousness, Frontier Science, Sport, GDV, Kirlian effect, structured water.

1. Introduction

Complimentary, energy, vibration medicine, various forms of healing are inevitably be-coming one of our life issues. Serious debates on the efficiency of the given “non-chemical” methods of the influence on the organism are gradually coming down due to the statistically valid clinical data, conceptual approaches and practical applications of acupuncture, home-opathy and low-energy treatments. It would be expedient to put forward a term, integrating all the above-mentioned methods of treatment: “Informational Medicine”.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:03 PM

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THE UNIFIED FIELD. PART I : METHODOLOGY

2001
THE UNIFIED FIELD. PART I : METHODOLOGY


Fidel Franco González
Departamento de Física Aplicada E.T.S.A.B.
Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña
Diagonal 649 08028 Barcelona (Spain)


In order to develop the Theory of the Unified Field we are going to use a methodology which must be explained carefully.

1.-Heterogeneity of matter,that is to say,we assume that matter is completely heterogeneous as persons and objects of the Nature are different.
Matter in fact,physical properties are very different inside crystals being apparently homogeneous. For exemple,in crystals divided in domains (ferromagnetic,ferroelectric, superconductor,…) different physical properties corresponding to domains of crystals are observed.
Liquids and gases present a shells structure associated to distribution densities.
Stechiometry does not exist even at local level.
In similar form,the same heterogeneity in the Univers is observed: Galaxies and regions of our galaxy or our Solar System are very heterogeneous.

2.-Any process of the Nature is a transformation. That is to say,if an observator studies some process of the Nature and he is solidary with physical objects,then he must observe changes in physical parameters such as electrical conductivity and plasma frequency of objects.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:05 PM

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THE UNIFIED FIELD . PART II
2001
THE UNIFIED FIELD . PART II: ALL ENERGY FORMS ARE THE SAME ENERGY


Fidel Franco González
Departamento de Física Aplicada E.T.S.A.B.
Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña
Diagonal 649 08028 Barcelona (Spain)



INTRODUCTION:

Our technology works with electric energy obtained directly from the Sun (photovoltaic energy) or from water (hydroelectric energy). Electric energy is also obtained from thermal generating stations (carbon,fuel-oil,nuclear…) or from chemical batteries.
Never has been possible to distinguish electric energy depending of its origin.
Therefore, if we can always obtain electric energy and it is undistinguisable,we can think that all energy forms are the same energy.
The aim of this paper is to discuss about this idea.

THEORETICAL ANALYSIS:

We are going to analyze the identity of energy fields which Officil Science considers as differente forces: Gravitational, Electromagnetic , Strong and Weak Force.
In order to understand the identity among electromagnetic and gravitational fields we are going to remember gyromagnetic fields:

1.-Barnet Effect :
Bodies rotating with uniform angular velocities become magnetized.
2.-Einstein-de Haas Effect:
Bodies hanging up freely begin to rotate when they magnetized.
3•.-Stewart-Tolmann Effect:
Voltage appears inside rings which rotate with no-uniform velocity.Therefore an electric current is measured.
4.-Bodies subjected to external forces and consequently subjected to accelerations,show electric fields presence because it is possible to measure electric currents inside bodies.

From these observations ,we can conclude that magnetic fields is synonymus of rotation and electric fields is synonymus of linear accelerations. For exemple,big bodies as planets,stars,galaxies,etc have a magnetic field associated because they are rotating around its axis.Of course, intensity and direction of magnetic field depends of bodie composition,size and geometry.
In similar form, litle bodies or very litle bodies ( free particles) have a magnetic field associated because they have to rotate to be stable.
Also compressive stresses on matter are synonymus of electric fields and tensile stresses are synonymus of magnetic fields because electric currents are measured .For exemple,we can just remember the so-named electrostriction phenomena or currents measured in bars sujected to pure bending.

To complet our study we can not forget that

1.-Electromagnetic and gravitational fields are central fields
2.-Minkowski metrics of electromagnetic fields is an aproximation of Schwarschild metrics when radium is very big.
3.-Filkestein studied Schwarschild metrics .By means of a coordinates change he obtained solutions which can be analyzed:
3.1.- Positive and negative gravitational masses have been found in similar form to positive and negative electric charges.
3.2.-When radium of bodies is equal to Schwarschild radium (critical radium),then positive and negative gravitational masses also exist,however if we are very far of these masses, fields observed are negligible . That is to say ,we are speaking about neutral particles : They present strong interactions in spite of no-electromagnetic interaction is observed.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:07 PM

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A HEALER’S COURAGE AND COMPASSION
2002
A HEALER’S COURAGE AND COMPASSION

Sara Chapin

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, Email:

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Healers are a special breed, drawn to awaken consciousness. The intention of this paper is to stimulate and interest healing practitioners. During treatment sessions, I encourage a balanced relationship with patients. My information reflects personal training, substantial working and teaching experience. This extensive background enables me to indicate or suggest appropriate, positive behavior choices.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:09 PM

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2002
MORPHOLOGY OF BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS

Shabalin V.N., Shatochina S.N.

* professor, M.D.,Ph.D. Director of Russian Research Institute of Gerontology (Russian Ministry of Public Health)
** professor, M.D.,Ph.D. Chief of Clinical Laboratory Moscow District Clinical Research Institute

Summary
Morphology of biological fluids is a new scientific direction formed by the researchers of the Russian Scientific Research Institute of Gerontology of the Russian Ministry of Health and of the Moscow Region Clinic Research Institute. Up till now the notion "morphology" in biology only referred to cell tissues while biological fluids (blood serum, lymph, bile, gastric juice, urine, pancreatic juice, liquor, tear, synovial fluid, etc.) were not included into morphology research. A special method worked out by the authors and called the method of wedge-shaped dehydration became the necessary methodic basis for the research into morphological structure of biological fluids. With the special method of dehydration of a drop of biological fluid a very thin film (facia) is obtained which is actually a fixed thin "section" of the studied fluid. Structure of the facia is an integrated figure of all existing in biological fluid complex molecular interconnections that are regulated and transformed onto macroscopic level in a special way.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:15 PM

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Healings while training
2004
Healings while training in the use of the gas discharge visualization camera

Sabina M. DeVita Ed.D., R.N.C.P.


The initial purpose of the Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) trainings were to teach others how to use the GDV camera and interpret the Beograms.
It quickly became apparent to me (and my husband who assisted me with the trainings) that our workshops had more to offer in awakening and empowering others to reach their highest potential. After observing the impact of GDV psycho -physiological sessions with my clients, I focused on personalizing the experience in our training for the participants. Our classes became an experiential process of personal growth and emotional, spiritual healing.
For many years as a psychotherapist, kinesiologist, educator, I have been involved and attracted to vibrational healing methodologies and technologies. My practice has grown to include the latest cutting-edge technologies along with energy-hands-on heal-ing (color therapy, Rife frequencies, gems, essential oils, scalar wave system, sound therapy) to the use of the GDV Kirlian camera.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:22 PM

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THE NEW FREQUENCIES OF HEALING
2009
THE NEW FREQUENCIES OF HEALING

Pearl E., DeVito D.

A new science is emerging that is changing our traditional understanding of health and healing. The latest scientific research is focusing on experiments that seek to quantify the effects of a newly accessible comprehensive spectrum of energy, light and information on human beings. This new healing spectrum is referred to by researchers today as The Reconnective Healing Spectrum. Leading the way in this research is an international team of world-renowned scientists including such research luminaries as William Tiller, PhD, Gary Schwartz, PhD, and Konstantin Korotkov, PhD, with their studies of the Reconnective Healing frequencies, first discovered by Dr. Eric Pearl. The powerful and profound results of this research are attracting the attention of the best and brightest in the scientific community.
Dr. Tiller, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, author of eight books and 250 scientific papers has been conducting research on how the physical properties of a room or space change as a result of energy healing frequencies entering that room during Reconnective Healing seminars. He conducted his experiment on the Reconnective Healing frequencies for the first time at one of The Reconnection’s seminars held in Sedona, AZ in 2006, and found the results so extraordinary that he repeated his study of this phenomena three more times over the past couple of years, twice in Los Angeles, CA and once in Tucson, AZ just to be certain that his extraordinary data were accurate. Specifically in one of those studies, Dr. Tiller’s findings demonstrate that this new continuum of healing frequencies impressively and conclusively increases what science calls “excess free thermodynamic energy,” something released or produced, to a small degree, with energy healing.
In another research study, Dr. Gary Schwartz, along with Drs. Melinda Connor and Ann Baldwin from the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health at The University of Arizona, focused their research on the people who attend Reconnective Healing seminars. Dr. Schwartz and his colleagues conducted their “baseline energy healing” studies both at Dr. Schwarz’s lab at the University of Arizona and at Reconnective Healing seminars around the world. These studies measured people’s abilities to work with, feel, transmit and receive light and other electromagnetic frequencies before and after they attended the seminar. What they found was, in their own words, “dramatic.” Of the more than 100 people who participated in the study, all walked out with permanently expanded healing abilities following the seminar, whether they had never studied healing or even if they were masters, master teachers or grandmasters of the various energy healing techniques known today, old or new. Furthermore, Schwartz’s multiple studies show that Reconnective Healing practitioners can “produce” a wave, or more specifically a bandwidth of frequency waves, that literally affect the DNA of living things in a powerful and healing fashion.
While Dr. Tiller has been measuring the very large field effects that occur at these seminars and Dr. Schwartz has been focusing his research on those who attend those seminars, Dr. Korotkov has studied both field effects and effects on individual seminar attendees. Using cutting-edge imaging methodologies and measurement devices, Dr. Korotkov’s research corroborates both Dr. Tiller and Dr. Schwartz’s findings. More specifically, he has measured and documented significant field effects, known as “coherence effects,” that occur while the teaching is conducted at the seminar. These coherence effects catapult to yet higher levels whenever a new concept or exercise is introduced into the seminar, documented by significant leaps in both the intensity and size of the seminar room’s field. He theorizes these coherence effects might be the conduit allowing attendees to acquire these new abilities and become master healers in just one short seminar weekend.

How does it work?

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:26 PM

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TRIPLE BREATH TECHNIQUE

 

TRIPLE BREATH TECHNIQUE FOR PRODUCING HEALING WATER
Torben Munk Nielsen,

Healing water has been produced and applied for solving health-related problems. The technique applied is called Triple Breath (TB). TB is a combination of music, the sound of Ohm and three breaths. While performing the three breaths, the healer visualizes an image of the desired result in order to manifest the healing.
So far the effects of TB have been evaluated by individual observations of test persons and by the use of kinesiology and aura imaging videos. The results indicate that the technique works on many and deep levels and can heal both body, mind and spirit simultaneously. Because TB seems to work on so many levels it can be used for healing almost all kinds of problems related to health. E.g., the effects of cell phone radiation on human health can be eliminated, and cell phones can instead be used for healing by storing the TB in the memory of the cell phones. TB might even be able to diminish the destructive effects of hurricanes, earth quakes and volcanic eruptions.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:28 PM

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RECONNECTIVE HEALING EXPERIMENTS
RECONNECTIVE HEALING EXPERIMENTS
KOROTKOV K, DE VITO D., PEARL E., MADAPPA K., ORLOV D.

A big series of experiments have been conducted during Reconnection Healing workshops and conferences. Experimental data were collected during 14 months with different EPC/GDV instruments, by different researchers, and in different parts of the world. All these data are quite consistent and have very similar type of variations. They all suggest that in the process of Reconnection Healing structurization of space in the auditorium takes place. People may have different response to this process, and this response may take long time. We expect that Reconnection Healing starts harmonization of the energetic processes in the body, and depending on initial conditions this process may take different time and have different outcome. Sensor data undoubtly demonstrate that Reconnection Healing have strong positive environmental effects which may be expected extend much broader than the range of the auditorium. All abovementioned features demonstrate that recorded variations of a Sensor signal was not just random, but were related to events in the room. They may be related both to the activity of the presenter and to the reaction of the audience. From all the data we can make the conclusion that during sessions of Reconnection Healing structurization of a space in the auditorium takes place. The physical background of this effect needs attention and further investigation.

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:30 PM

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Science Confirms Reconnective Healing (special edition)

Edited by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov



THE LONG-RANGE EFFECTS OF THE RECONNECTIVE HEALING

Konstantin Korotkov, Ph.D., Oleg Churganov, Ph.D., M.D., Elena Gavrilova, Ph.D., M.D., Oleg Shelkov, Ph.D., Anna Korotkova, Ph.D., Elena Labkovskaya, Sergey Denisov, Anatoliy Anikin

 

Saint Petersburg Federal Research Institute of Physical Culture, Russia

Multi-parametric double-blind study of the long-ranged effects of the Reconnective Healing to people.

Manuscript ID: JACM-2011-0616

Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study is to explore the long-range effects of the Reconnective Healing upon vegetative regulation of the heart rhythm, energy reserve parameters and immune status in experimental groups compared with control cohorts.

Methods: The Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Electrophotonic Imaging (Gas Discharge Visualization EPI/GDV) camera and blood analysis were used to assess subjects’ state before and 10 days after Reconnective Healing. The double-blind test was carried out with 60 apparently healthy volunteers of the different gender and age. At the first stage of experiment 10 athletes were measured before and after intensive physical loading in initial condition and 10 days after two-hour session of Reconnective healing. At the second stage immune status from blood and physiological parameters were tested for 20 people in initial conditions and 10 days after two-hour session of Reconnective healing. Equal amount of people was in control groups having no interventions.
Results: Most of the recipients of these treatments experienced increase in fingertip florescence area and average intensity, improvement of heart parameters and improved immune status measured from blood. With all of these parameters simultaneously improving, the patients received a good benefit from these sessions.
Conclusions: We may conclude that session of the Reconnection Healing had statistically significant positive influence on the functional state, humoral activity, physical condition and reaction to loading for the group of people in 10 days after the influence.

Keywords: bioenergy, biofield, reconnective healing, HRV, EPI, GDV, immune status.

Introduction
Biofield therapies (such as Reiki, therapeutic touch, and healing touch) are complementary medicine modalities that remain controversial and are utilized by a significant number of patients, with little information regarding their efficacy. At the same time scores of controlled studies have demonstrated the correlation of positive mental intent with physiological effects in distant human beings. To name quite a few.
Systematic review examined 66 clinical studies with a variety of biofield therapies in different patient populations . It was demonstrated that biofield therapies show strong evidence for reducing pain intensity in pain populations, and moderate evidence for reducing pain intensity hospitalized and cancer populations. There is moderate evidence for decreasing negative behavioral symptoms in dementia and moderate evidence for decreasing anxiety for hospitalized populations. There is equivocal evidence for biofield therapies' effects on fatigue and quality of life for cancer patients, as well as for comprehensive pain outcomes and affect in pain patients, and for decreasing anxiety in cardiovascular patients. Meta-analysis of 23 studies in distant healing demonstrated positive results in 57% of cases. Another meta-analysis covers 59 randomized controlled studies of healing in humans. Of 22 fully reported trials, 10 suggested significant effects. In a double-blind experiment involving 393 persons admitted to a coronary care unit, intercessory prayer was offered from a distance to roughly half the subjects . Significantly fewer patients in the prayer group required intubation/mechanical ventilation (p<0.002) or antibiotics (p<0.005), had cardiopulmonary arrests (p<0.02), developed pneumonia (p<0.03), or required diuretics (p<0.005). Subjects in the prayer group had a significantly lower "severity score" based on their hospital course following admission (p<0.01) In a double-blind experiment involving 990 consecutive patients who were admitted to the coronary care unit (CCU), patients were randomized to receive remote, intercessory prayer or not . Patients were unaware they were being prayed for, and the intercessors did not know and never met the patients. The prayed-for group had about a 10 percent advantage compared to the usual-care group (P =0.04). In a double-blind experiment involving 40 patients with advanced AIDS, subjects were randomly assigned to a "distant healing" (DH) group or to a control group . Both groups were treated with conventional medications, but the DH group received distant healing for 10 weeks from healers located throughout the United States. Subjects and healers never met. At 6 months, blind chart review found that DH subjects acquired significantly fewer new AIDS-defining illnesses (P = 0.04), had lower illness severity (P = 0.03), and required significantly fewer doctor visits (P = 0.01), fewer hospitalizations (P = 0.04), and fewer days of hospitalization (P =0.04). DH subjects also showed significantly improved mood compared with controls (P = 0.02). In thirteen experiments, the ability of sixty-two people to influence the physiology of 271 distant subjects was studied . Statistically significant effects of Healing Intention on Cultured Cells, Truly Random Events generator and between isolated human subjects have been demonstrated. , Social aspects of Prayer and Healing are being discussed in recent paper .
Although the concept of biofields is still controversial, fetal heart biofields have been measured routinely using extremely sensitive magnetic detectors , HRV , and there is a biophysical basis for the existence of biofields , . At the same time all the authors conclude that there is a need for further high-quality studies in this area.

The Reconnective Healing


The Reconnnective Healing®, (www.tehreconnection.com) is an energy healing modality, which is rapidly gaining in popularity, worldwide. Reconnective Healing is said to connect people to a new set of vibrational frequencies that stimulate healing of the body, mind and spirit by promoting a return to balance. In practical terms, Reconnective healers work with their hands to sense and manipulate the biofields of the people being healed. Presently there are several ongoing studies to investigate the effects of Reconnective Healing on the healers and on their surroundings, and so far some papers have appeared in press in English and Russian , . The purpose of this study was to detect long-ranged effects of Reconnective Healing on people.
Materials and Methods
The volunteers for the studies came from the athletic teams, as well as citizens of St. Petersburg, Russia. In the first stage there were 4 females and 16 males, totaling 20 participants. In the second stage, there were 29 females and 11 males, totaling 40 participants. All 60 study participants ranged from 20 to 56 years old, none had prior experience of Reconnective Healing. All participants are living in Saint Petersburg, Russia. All participants were divided to two groups in random order. Informational Consensus Form was signed with every participant and they were explained the terms of the experiment. We have chosen healthy participants as this is a study to demonstrate the efficacy of preventive medicine methods; in short, we wanted to provide support for techniques which may keep individuals healthy.
The following instruments have been used in the study:
1. GDV instrument produced by KTI Co.
2. HRV “Cardio-meter - MT» "Mycard-Lana" Co.
3. Stress system “General Electric Healthcare Cardiosoft” with the cycle ergometry “Bike General Electric Healthcare” (General Electric USA).
4. Blood test with the biochemical analyzer KFK-3 and the haematological analyzer “Celly 70” with reagents of the “Vital-diagnostics” Co. Blood was taken from the elbow vein in the morning before the food intake. In the first test parameters measured were as follows: complete blood count, total protein, urea, total cholesterol, total bilirubin, AST, ALT, CPK, creatinine, glucose, lactate. After loading study was conducted: CPK, and lactate.
In the second test the immune status included determination of lymphocyte subpopulations with monoclonal antibodies (CD3, CD19, CD4, DR, CD8, CD56+16), determination of circulating immune complexes and immunoglobulins (IgA, IgG, Ig M).
5. Psychological status was examined by the POMS test determing tensor (T) depression (D) aggression (A) vigorous (V) fatigue (F) confusion ©; the Luscher color test (total deviation (TD) and vegetative factor (VF).
Data were processed in “GDV SciLab” and “MS Excel” programs. Difference was considered as statistical significant when p < 0.05.

EPI/GDV Technique

Electro-diagnostic techniques such as Electro-encephalogram and Electro-cardiogram are widely used in medical practices worldwide . A promising method already utilized in sixty-two countries to great success is bioelectrography, based on the Kirlian effect. This effect occurs when an object is placed on a glass plate and stimulated with current; a visible glow occurs, the gas discharge. With EPI/GDV (electro-photon imaging through gaseous discharge visualization) bioelectrography cameras, the Kirlian effect is quantifiable and reproducible for scientific research purposes. Images captured (BEO-grams) of all ten fingers on each human subject provide detailed information on the person’s psycho-somatic and physiological state . The EPI/GDV camera systems and their accompanying software are currently the most effective and reliable instruments in the field of bioelectrography , , , . EPI/GDV applications in other areas are being developed as well , , , , , .
Through investigating the fluorescent fingertip images, which dynamically change with emotional and health states, one can identify areas of congestion or health in the whole system. The parameters of the image generated from photographing the finger surface under electrical stimulation creates a neurovascular reaction of the skin, influenced by the nervous-humoral status of all organs and systems. Due to this, the images captured on the EPI/GDV register an ever-changing range of states. In addition, most healthy people’s EPI/GDV readings vary only 8-10% over many years of measurements, indicating a high level of precision in this technique. A specialized software complex registers these readings into parameters which elucidate the person’s state of wellbeing at that time .
Results
In the first experiment tests were performed in two sessions.
Test 1
Every person was measured in the following regime.
1. All parameters of the person measured (background 1).
2. Functional capacity ergometric testing for 10 min (cycle ergometer Bike General Electric Healthcare by General Electric Co). Testing done in steps: 1st step 100 Wt loading with 60-65 rounds per minute, every 2 min loading increased by 50 Wt. Blood pressure measured every 2 min.
3. All parameters measured just after loading.
4. Participants of the experimental group have the Reconnective Healing, performed by Eric Pearl and Dough De Vito.
5. Participants of the control group were in the conditions of normal functioning.
Test 2 in 10 days after the Test 1.
Procedure is the same as in the Test 1.
For the experimental group in the Test 2 against the Test 1 a set of statistically significant changes of heart functioning parameters was found. Arterial pressure decreased statistically significant at rest from 122.2 to 112.8 mm Hg (p=0.012), and after loading from 197.8 to 186.0 mm Hg (p=0.029); Low Frequency spectrum of respiratory undulations decreased from 1562.2 to 890.6 ms2 (p=0.014); Vegetative Rhythm Index decreased from 8.7 to 6.4 (p=0.039); High Frequency spectrum of respiratory undulations decreased from 970.7 to 591.2 ms2 (p=0.045); and time of the restoration of a blood pressure decreased from 6.0 to 5.3 s (p=0.009).
These changes indicate on economization functions of cardiovascular system at rest and its mobilization at a load with the least physiological cost.
No statistically significant changes for the control group were found.
In EPI/GDV parameters we measured difference between indexes before and after loading. The less the difference – the better response of the body to loading. Results of statistical analysis are presented in Table 1.

Table 1. T-test comparison between reactions: difference between initial and after loading measurements in Experimental and Control groups for EPC/GDV parameters.
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Initial test 10 days after test
Exp group Control group t-test Exp group Control group t-test
Area 0.48 0.36 0.06 0.28 0.48 < 0.001
Intensity 0.89 0.60 0.07 5.36 8.58 < 0.001
Form Coef 5.20 3.05 < 0.001 3.91 6.57 < 0.001
Entropy 0.18 0.16 0.07 0.18 0.30 < 0.001
R Isoline 3.88 2.39 < 0.001 2.63 3.96 < 0.001
L Isoline 1.40 1.20 0.20 1.38 2.00 0.02
R Circle 2.80 3.34 0.19 2.60 3.70 0.01
Noise %% 1.60 1.10 < 0.001 0.70 1.30 < 0.001

These data may be presented as a graph (fig.1). As we see from these data, in initial test experimental and control groups differed on two parameters: Form Coefficient and Radius of Isoline, and response to loading on these parameters was better in control group. After 10 days in a second test reaction to loading in the experimental group became much better compared with a control group. For most parameters the difference is statistically significant. Stress level practically did not change for both groups.
These changes indicate increase of energy reserves of the participants after the Reconnective healing session.
Blood analysis demonstrated changes for the experimental group in 10 days after Reconnective healing on the following parameters: Segmental count changed from 50.2 to 58.4% (p=0.02); Lymphocytes from 35.9 to 28.6% (p=0.05); Urea from 6.3 to 5.4 mol/L (p=0.05); with no changes for the control group.
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Fig.1. Differences in EPI/GDV parameters before and after loading in initial test and 10 days after for the experimental and control groups. (* p<0.05)

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:32 PM

The Energy of Consciousness

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Science Confirms Reconnective Healing (special edition)

Edited by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov

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This book describes results of different experiments and clinical trials exploring the effects of Reconnective Healing. Experiments during three years demonstrated that sessions of Reconnective Healing had statistically significant positive influence on the functional state, humoral activity, physical condition and reaction to loading for the group of people both immediately and in 10 days after the influence. This signifies long-lasting effect of Reconnective Healing and its significance for people’s health and well-being. Reconnective Healing does not invoke a relaxation response in the person, but decreases both sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation of the autonomic nervous system, as observed when a person is in a state of emotional detachment, inner quiet and heightened awareness of the flow of subtle energy. These physiological responses are compatible with the Reconnective Healing principle of sensing and kinesthetically interacting with energy fields, as well as passively allowing the energy to flow through the body. One special effect of Reconnective Healing is structurization of Space in the auditorium, which affects all people present.
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:35 PM

Human Light System Category: Research

We start a new Research Project: "Human Light System"

Human Light System: information transfer using electromagnetic waves - Light

We have first results. Now data is processing ...

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Human Systems
Major Biological system:

Circulatory system: pumping and channeling blood to and from the body and lungs with heart, blood, and blood vessels.

Digestive System: digestion and processing food with salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, intestines, rectum, and anus.

Endocannabinoid system: neuromodulatory lipids and receptors involved in a variety of physiological processes including appetite, pain-sensation, mood, motor learning, synaptic plasticity, and memory.

Endocrine system: communication within the body using hormones made by endocrine glands such as the hypothalamus, pituitary or pituitary gland, pineal body or pineal gland, thyroid, parathyroids, and adrenals or adrenal glands

Integumentary system: skin, hair and nails

Immune system: the system that fights off disease; composed of leukocytes, tonsils, adenoids, thymus, and spleen.

Lymphatic system: structures involved in the transfer of lymph between tissues and the blood stream, the lymph and the nodes and vessels that transport it.

Musculoskeletal system: muscles provide movement and a skeleton provides structural support and protection with bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons.

Nervous system: collecting, transferring and processing information with brain, spinal cord and nerves

Reproductive system: the sex organs; in the female; ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, mammary glands, and in the male; testicles, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, and penis.

Respiratory system: the organs used for breathing, the pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, and diaphragm.

Urinary system: kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra involved in fluid balance, electrolyte balance and excretion of urine.

Vestibular system: contributes to our balance and our sense of spatial orientation.
 

Human Light System: information transfer using electromagnetic waves - Light.

 

Experiments: Healers experiment, Mantra experiment, Tai Chi experiment, Meditation experiment, Group working experiment, Intuitive Information Sight experiment, Education experiment, Dance experiment, Animals experiment, Painting experiment

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Posted 07 August 2012 - 08:36 PM

Buying the eBooks you support our Research. Thank you. Light and Love! :)
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 09:45 PM

Do you have a test for healers? So many fake "teachers" and "healers"...
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 09:47 PM

If it possible - simple test :)
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 10:48 PM

If it possible - simple test :)

It is two different aims:

1. Simple test for us and for our clients

2. Test Procedure - Certification of Healers

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Posted 25 September 2012 - 12:35 PM

Red Lights :)

it's not our movie, but...
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Posted 25 September 2012 - 02:04 PM

Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice


Aboriginal Healing in Canada: Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice
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National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research in partnership with
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Edited by James B. Waldram

Contributors
Naomi Adelson is associate professor and chair of the Department of Anthropology at York University, Toronto, Ontario. She is a medical anthropologist who works and publishes primarily in the area of First Nations health and is the author of Being Alive Well: Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being, published in 2000.
Aaron Denham is a doctoral candidate in anthropology at the University of Alberta and will be joining Northern Arizona University as an assistant professor of anthropology in the fall of 2008. His recent article, “Rethinking Historical Trauma: Narratives of Resilience,” will appear in the journal Transcultural Psychiatry, volume 45, issue 3.
Jo-Anne Fiske earned her doctorate in anthropology from the University of British Columbia. A commitment to interdisciplinary research led her to take positions in First Nations studies, women’s studies, and anthropology. Her work lies at the intersection of legal and medical anthropology and addresses questions of policy and social justice. She is currently Dean of Graduate Studies at the University of Lethbridge. She has published numerous articles in refereed journals, including Policy Sciences, Studies in Political Economy, and the American Indian Culture and Research Journal.
Chris Fletcher holds a bachelor of environmental studies from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and a masters of science and doctorate in anthropology from l’Unversité de Montréal, Quebec. He worked as an independent scholar, consultant, and contract researcher in Nunavik, Nunavut, and Labrador for a number of years before joining the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta. His research is concentrated in the areas of ecological and medical anthropology.
Joseph P. Gone (Gros Ventre) is assistant professor in the Department of Psychology (clinical area) and the program in American culture (Native American Studies) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Joseph received his doctorate in clinical and community psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, Illinois, in 2001. His research interests include cultural psychology and American Indian mental health.
Robert Alexander Innes is a Plains Cree member of Cowessess First Nation and is an assistant professor in the Department of Native Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. He has published in the American Indian Quarterly, Oral History Forum, and the Native Studies Review. He has recently published, along with Terrance Ross Pelletier, Cowessess First Nation: Self-Government, Nation-Building, and Treaty Land Entitlement in Aboriginal Self- Government in Canada: Current Trends and Issues in 2008.
Marusia Kaweski is a doctoral candidate in the Culture and Human Development Program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. Her research specialties include culture, health, and healing with a current focus on the healing narratives of non-professional healers and patients.
Amanda Lipinski is a Métis woman with an honour’s degree in social anthropology from York University. Her research interests lie in promoting healing and wellness with Aboriginal youth. After completing her fieldwork on this project, she realized how much she enjoyed working with youth and plans to further her education in Native community counselling.
Calvin Redman has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Regina and was formerly a professor of Indian Social Work at First Nations University of Canada. He lives and works in northern Saskatchewan.
James B. Waldram is a medical anthropologist and a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. His research program focuses on the anthropology of therapeutic intervention, and he has worked in both Canada and Belize. His recent books include Revenge of the Windigo: The Construction of the Mind and Mental Health of North American Aboriginal Peoples, published in 2004, and The Way of the Pipe: Aboriginal Spirituality and Symbolic Healing in Canadian Prisons, published in 1997.

Introduction
In 1992, a national team of researchers was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to form the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. One of the funded projects within this n e t w o r k w a s “ M o d e l s a n d M e t a p h o r s o f M e n t a l H e a l t h a n d H e a l i n g i n A b o r i g i n a l C o m m u n i t i e s .” Wo r k i n g i n conjunction with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), several goals for this project were developed.
First, we sought to provide descriptions of five AHF-funded healing programs that would allow for comparisons among them and the generation of models of best practices in the delivery of healing services to traumatized Aboriginal individuals and communities. We were mindful that the mandate of the AHF was not indeterminate; sooner or later funding would end and, unfortunately, possibly many of the programs and centres it funded. As part of the legacy of the AHF, it was important to have some detailed documentation, inherently qualitative in nature, about what these programs actually looked like. Proposal applications and AHF site visits, quarterly reporting, and audits were not designed to understand the daily workings of healing programs as staff and clients grappled with complex issues and problems. These were designed to monitor program efficacy in project finance and work plan fulfillment. Programs naturally undergo change from the funding proposal stage, where applicants detail what they hope to accomplish and how, to implementation, where they put the plan into action and adjust to the logistics of a real client base, real therapists, and a limited budget. It was important to attain a snapshot of what was really going on in an effort to provide a record of what approaches were more successful than others. We hoped to provide sufficient details of treatment models that future centres and programs would find useful for their own planning. Many AHF-funded programs, and those that fall outside of AHF funding parameters yet deal with substantially the same issues, have been forced to reinvent the wheel because of a lack of quality information on what works and what does not. Our aim in this research was to provide a valuable tool for future program development.
The second goal was to develop our understanding of the meanings and processes of healing in Aboriginal communities. At the outset, it was our sense that, despite the widespread adoption of healing discourse by Aboriginal people and others, what was actually meant by healing was ill-defined, variable, and inherently flexible. It made sense that to study the impact of healing programs one also needed to understand how clients and therapists/healers understood this key concept and employed it to frame their experiences. Further, we wished to discern if healing meant something different across the various types of programs and regions represented in this study.
The third goal was to contribute to theoretical understandings of the process of healing and the development of appropriate research methodologies to study it. All the primary researchers in this project are university-based scholars who are committed to the advancement of social scientific knowledge in the service of humankind. It is our view that theoretical issues, when properly addressed within an ethical context, are inherently valuable to the broader community because they speak to the transferability of the findings. It was our goal that the lessons learned in this project be communicated widely because of their potential usefulness to others, and a scholarly approach was one means of doing this. However, in this publication, we have endeavoured to present our work in an accessible form, so that therapists, healers, clients, and other interested service providers can obtain maximum benefit. Broader, more theoretical treatments will likely be forthcoming in other venues by the various authors.
The Models and Metaphors of Healing
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James B. Waldram
The five programs chosen for the study were selected in consultation with the AHF on the basis of several criteria that represent a broad cross-section of relevant geographical, cultural, and service-style considerations and AHF case studies. Programs were located in rural, remote, and urban regions of Canada, from the west coast to the east coast, from urban centre to Subarctic and Arctic, in British Columbia, Nunavut, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and New Brunswick. Some were residential treatment centres, where clients underwent treatment on an in-patient basis; others were outpatient facilities and even drop-in clinics. Further, some were located in community contexts allowing for some degree of uniformity in the cultural heritage of the client base, and in other instances, the treatment centre clients came from varied culturally different backgrounds.
The project director (Waldram) selected the researchers (Adelson, Fiske, Fletcher, and Gone) based on their expertise and experience in working on health issues with Aboriginal communities. In several cases, these researchers brought in other partners to assist in the work.
Research Methodology
Two target groups for the research were determined: first, those individual clients engaged in the healing programs at the time of study; and second, program staff (therapists, healers) involved in the delivery of treatment programs.
In order to facilitate comparison across the five sites, a common methodological orientation was designed by the project director, involving separate, semi-structured interview guides for clients and therapists/healers. Observations of program activities and, in some instances, more active participation in those activities were also undertaken. Mindful of the cultural, geographical, and other differences to be found across Aboriginal communitiesinCanada(Waldram,2004),researchersweregivenlicensetoadaptthecommonmethodology to their particular projects as they saw fit. Sensitivity to local-level ethical sensibilities and methodological possibilities was essential to the success of the project.
The following broad questions were addressed in the research:
A. Models of Healing
• What do the healing projects look like?
• What activities are undertaken, when, and by whom?
• What mix of traditional Aboriginal and Western psychotherapeutic techniques is employed?
• Whatarethespecificdetailsofthetreatmentapproaches?WhichspecificpsychotherapeuticandAboriginal traditions are employed? How do they integrate and affect each other? What conflicts do these approaches engender and how are these handled?
• What standards of effectiveness are employed? What definitions of success are used? Is efficacy an issue? How does one know if healing has ensued? What is the timeframe for measuring outcome? What works and what does not?
• What challenges are faced by participants during and subsequent to treatment?
• In what ways are successful and unsuccessful individuals discernible?
• Can a model of best practices be developed from the experience of this project? What would it look like?
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• What questions remain unanswered? What new questions emerge? How can these questions be addressed?
B. The Meaning of Healing
• What does healing mean? Are there unique Aboriginal views? Is there a uniquely pan-Aboriginal view?
• How do individuals talk about healing in general and the healing process they are engaged in? What metaphors are used to describe healing?
• Whatgoalsaredesiredthroughhealing?Whatdoeshealinglooklike?Whatdoparticipants,andtreatment staff, hope to achieve through the program?
• How important is healing to other aspects of participants’ lives?
Researchers followed the ethics protocol of the AHF and of specific communities where applicable. Additionally, all projects were approved by the ethics review boards of the universities where the primary investigators were employed. Drafts of each report were returned to each program for their feedback, and final reports are published here only with the permission of these programs. In two of the five case studies, program staff felt it was important that the centre and community not be identified, and of course this has been respected.
There is extensive use of quotation in each of the chapters that follow, in order to include as much as possible the voices of participants in the research. Quotations have been subjected only to minor modifications in instances where doing so clarified meaning; otherwise, they are presented faithfully as they were rendered.

full text: www.ahf.ca/downloads/aboriginal-healing-in-canada.pdf
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