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Biofield Viewer 3.0 Holistic integration 2014/5


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Biofield Viewer is a tool for evaluation the vitality of the human biofield and assessing the functionality of the chakras and meridians. With study emotional states can be identified and efficacy of treatment modalities monitored.

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Biofield Viewer 3.0 Holistic integration 2014/5

  1. 1. Live evaluation of biofield, chakra functionality and emotional state
  2. 2. Our research facility at the UNESCO Chair World Peace Centre since 1998 MIT - Pune
  3. 3. Biofield Viewer 3.0 images simple to interpret Biofield asymmetry reveals emotional stress And colour indicates congested energy Brow chakra active and reveals intuitive nature Pooling at side of face indicates dental issue
  4. 4. Is the Biofield recognised? National Institutes of Health (NIH) 2004 recognizes the ‘Biofield’. US National Library of Medicine as a Medical Subject Heading (MeSH)
  5. 5. J Altern Complement Med. 2002 Dec;8(6):703-17. The biofield hypothesis: its biophysical basis and role in medicine. Rubik B. • This paper provides a scientific foundation for the biofield: the complex, extremely weak electromagnetic field of the organism hypothesized to involve electromagnetic bioinformation for regulating homeodynamics. The biofield is a useful construct consistent with bioelectromagnetics and the physics of nonlinear, dynamical, nonequilibrium living systems. It offers a unifying hypothesis to explain the interaction of objects or fields with the organism, and is especially useful toward understanding the scientific basis of energy medicine, including acupuncture, biofield therapies, bioelectromagnetic therapies, and homeopathy. The rapid signal propagation of electromagnetic fields comprising the biofield as well as its holistic properties may account for the rapid, holistic effects of certain alternative and complementary medical interventions.
  6. 6. What is the Biofield Viewer? An imaging system which accentuates the gradations of light intensity in a standardized lighting environment. It is the only imaging system which allows for 3D graphical representation of the biofield. It has not been evaluated by the FDA or MCC and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. It is for research purposes only. It is not an infrared, ultraviolet, or aura camera
  7. 7. Biofield imaging set up alongside Medical Thermal Imaging at our clinic at the world famous Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India.
  8. 8. BiBofiioefldie VldieVwieerw Celirn iEcnalv Eirnovnirmonemnetnt Two 4ft FS Bulbs Hung from Adjustable Chains Optional raised white platform for subject to stand on in line with camera and lighting Computer with BV software Camera on tripod with direct feed to computer Can be raised to optimize space after imaging
  9. 9. White Matte Wall – The background wall behind the subject is painted matte white and kept as smooth and clean as possible to create a monochromatic environment. We also use photographic screens, canvas and white sheets, well ironed/wrinkle free. – This balances light across intended subject & regulates shadows. – Blemishes, cracks, light switches, etc. will cause artifact in the image so please ensure it is a smooth surface.
  10. 10. Video Camera/Webcam with Tripod Recommended: Logitech c920 – Other recommended: Sony, JVC, and Microsoft. – HD cameras record directly onto a card and often not equipped to feed directly into your PC. – For video capturing capabilities, we recommend a screen capture software to reduce the data storage on your computer such as Debut. If using Logitech c920 webcam, go to: Download driver for c920 camera to remote control camera and change exposure/focus.
  11. 11. Full Spectrum Lighting – Full spectrum light (FSL) is the closest to reproducing standard daylight wavelengths of visible, ultra-violet (UV) and infra-red (IR) energy. A FSL is one that emits light in all parts of the visible spectrum and some in the Ultraviolet-A region (320-400nm), has a CCT of greater than 5000K and a CRI of at least 90. – The energy in full-spectrum light is simply dispersed over broader ranges of the visible frequencies. Thus it may be the case that FSL facilitates greater interaction with the biofield.
  12. 12. Full Spectrum Lighting Standardized research clinic: We recommend a double 4ft/48” fluorescent ‘Full Spectrum Lighting system’ as this maintains standards and variables within research facility. Mobile screening: We recommend a Husky 5ft 2500 Lumen LED worklight.
  13. 13. Personal Computer/Laptop Personal Computer/Laptop – Operating System: Windows 8/7/ Vista – Mac partitioned to run on Windows – Processor: 2.0GHZ (Intel™ recommended) – Memory: 2GB RAM for 32-bit/4GB RAM for 64-bit, 4GB free hard drive space – Video card: DX9 compliant or better – USB ports for software key and camera (if needed)
  14. 14. Standardized Environment • No lights should be on other than the full spectrum light with all windows blocked to prevent changing variations of sunlight. • Size and color of rooms also affects brightness can be reduced by manual exposure on camera. Smaller rooms give brighter results than large dark rooms. Once exposure is set, it should not be changed to maintain consistent images. *NOTE: Please record exposure details for future screenings and trainings. • Turn off as much other electrical equipment as possible, i.e. mobile phones, wi-fi, unnecessary printers, etc. • Maintain consistent room temperature (recommended 68-74⁰F) and humidity. *NOTE: Temperature and humidity should not vary during the length of scan.
  15. 15. Navigating the Software Double-click the Biofield Viewer icon on the desktop. Choose between using 2D and 3D software in the bottom left corner. 2D: Biofield Viewer and Chakra Viewer 3D: Auramancy
  16. 16. Navigating the Software: File “Open” (shortcut ‘O’) a new image file and press Esc to closes. “Open image folder” (shortcut ‘I’) will open a previously saved image folder. “Notes” (shortcut ‘N’) is a data file that is always paired with the image for the operator’s case history and notes of the subject and image. It is stored in the .bi file of the image
  17. 17. Navigating the Software: File “Annotate with Paint” (shortcut P) carries an image into the Microsoft Paint program for further graphical analysis and edits.ᶧ If “Auto Export” is activated, the program will automatically save to media folder
  18. 18. Navigating the Software: View “Biofield Viewer” option gives access to the 2D programs – Biofield Viewer and Chakra Viewer. “Auramancy” gives access to the 3D Biofield program. “Start” and “Stop” display allows users to turn on and off the visual image on the screen. The various palette, subtle energy and quality options are only activated in 3D Biofield mode. “Camera” allows user to choose the camera input or webcam. “Camera detail” gives specifications of the camera being used.
  19. 19. Navigating the Software: View “Image” is for taking images using 3D software. “Biofield” and “Normal video” allow the researcher to switch between normal video and the Biofield Viewer assessment which helps in analyzing shadow. “Background black” and “Background white” are used for choosing the background color “Fit to window” and “Fill window” affects the scaling of the original image.
  20. 20. Navigating the Software: View “Mirror” (shortcut ‘R’) flips the image to observe subject’s correct right and left side. “Alignment line” (shortcut ‘L’) allows users to center the subject and help standardize the imaging process. “Chakra” (shortcut ‘C’) allows the user to flip to the chakra mode. “Toolbar” (shortcut ‘T’) adds and removes the toolbar from the bottom of the screen.
  21. 21. Navigating the Software: Record To record an image, use the dropdown menu and click “Image” (shortcut space-bar). Use “Image as…” to save the image in a specific named folder. Research: To maintain confidentiality, it is suggested to save images using personal identification numbers/codes.
  22. 22. Navigating the Software: Help “About” gives details of the software developer’s license. For more practical assistance, please join “Biofield Viewer User’s Group” on Facebook or contact your local agent for technical assistance.
  23. 23. Navigating the Software: Toolbar Explore list of file of names Alignment Save image Allows user to line create new folder Normal and Biofield Viewer mode options Chakra Viewer mode Change size of image
  24. 24. Navigating the Software: Toolbar Open saved image in software to explore other Low/Medium/High Color Density filters Low/High Low/High Quality *HQ slows imaging Use Paint to circle areas and add notes Change size of image Send to other program
  25. 25. Biofield Viewer Environment Calibration
  26. 26. Taking a Set of Images *NOTE: Men are advised to NOT take biofield images of undressed female subjects and we recommend a female operator.  Instructions for the client while the images are being taken:  For profile pictures, ask subjects to roll underwear down as far as they are comfortable  Check subject is as relaxed as possible. Suggest they bend the knees a fraction to encourage proper blood flow in the legs.  Check subject has good posture and is not standing abnormally, i.e. slouched with bent shoulders  Check subject is not holding breath and request to breathe normally.  Long hair should be pulled back into a tight bun or pony tail.  Men should be clean shaven, if possible.  Move subjects away from the wall to reduce shadow in the image.
  27. 27. Taking a Set of Images  Click on Record: “Image As”  Click on “Create New Folder” icon or right-click and Rename as you choose  Open the folder where you would like to store images
  28. 28. Save: Baseline
  29. 29. Biofield Viewer
  30. 30. Save: Anterior Profile Waistband to a few inches above the head Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  31. 31. Use Alignment Line to Centre Image
  32. 32. Save: Right Profile Waistband to a few inches above the head Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  33. 33. Save: Posterior Profile Waistband to a few inches above the head Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  34. 34. Save: Left Profile Waistband to a few inches above the head Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  35. 35. Save: Front of Legs Waistband to feet Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  36. 36. Save: Back of Legs Waistband to feet Click “Chakra” to switch modes and press Spacebar to save
  37. 37. Biofield viewer images matched to show anterior and posterior montage in Chakra Viewer mode. Notice the pooling of sluggish energy seen in dark pink and reds
  38. 38. Biofield Viewer Interpretation  Focal Point  Symmetry  Congested Energy (Shielding)  Leaking Energy (Venting)  Significance of Colors  Brightness  Color Banding and Intersections  Artifacts  Entities
  39. 39. Focal Point The focal point is the most important and prominent area which draws your attention. In this case, it is the throat chakra
  40. 40. Symmetry
  41. 41. Symmetry: the butterfly effect
  42. 42. Congested Energy (Shielding) Throat Solar Plexus
  43. 43. Congested Energy (Shielding) Pooling at chest Pooling in cardiac region
  44. 44. Stages of Congestion
  45. 45. Leaking Energy (Venting) This man has had a heart by-pass operation. Note the disturbance in the field in the heart area. 00004_010999 The biofield image from the other side confirms that there is an energy imbalance in the heart area.
  46. 46. Shielding/Venting Case Study This man had a heart attack 15 years ago. Note the disturbance in the field in the front heart area. 020999_001 The Navel Chakra is leaking energy. The Solar Plexus Chakra is leaking energy.
  47. 47. Significance of Colours
  48. 48. Significance of Colours Red/Dark Pink Red or dark pink energy streaming away from the body often indicate an area of imbalance. Dark pink pools are often observed over any part of the body where there is an existing or was a previous trauma. It has also been observed that pooling patterns may be seen in areas that subsequently become diseased. Darker shades of pink are often areas of concern and may even correspond to known physical conditions. Orange The optimum color is not often seen to predominate in the specific area and orange like red is related to lower energy. Orange in the outer field represents vitality and healthy relationships.
  49. 49. Significance of Colours Yellow Yellow is found in the biofield to indicate general well-being, intelligence and vitality. This is always good to see as long as it is flowing and not pooling in small zones. It is often seen with white light in healing displays and experiments. It is also seen around the head during high mental activity. It can indicate ‘over exposure’ and highly reflected light. Yellow and grey bands in outer field shows the effects of hyper-mental activity. Green Green is the color of balance and healing as it is located in the middle of the spectrum. With many people it has been observed that green is often predominant in the upper torso. Positivity in the mind is shown by green in the field. It is best to observe this color in the area of the heart chakra.
  50. 50. Significance of Colours Blue Blue is a color often seen at the throat center but sometimes the entire body’s surface will be blue. Darker blues verging on black are areas of concern and must be monitored, especially if all possibilities for artifact like shadow are discounted. If it is in the biofield, it shows the person remains well balanced with low mental stress. Indigo Rarely seen in the biofield, and when predominant indicates advanced intuition and psychic abilities. Violet Violet indicates healing and spiritual/physical/mental development. It also accompanies low reds to provide balance in the spectrum. Often associated with higher vibrations, meditation etc. It is rarely seen in excessive amounts and in some individuals it is often not seen at all.
  51. 51. Significance of Colours White White light is often seen in a Biofield Viewer imaging during healing. A symmetrical white elliptical ring can also be seen around the head of a long term meditator or mystic. A white halo does not always mean healthy energy or enlightenment. It also occurs in cases of serious illness. If an asymmetrical white spot is visible on the body’s surface, this could indicate malignancy. If a white spot is present and/or moving in the field around the body, it could be an attachment or entity. It is often seen in the outer biofield during healing experiments. Black Black represents absence of vibration or light in the biofield. This color indicates a complete lack of life force. If black is seen in the field around the body, it indicates severe depression. If black is seen on the body’s surface, it can indicate necrotic (dead) tissue. It has also been seen in certain areas of the body in people near the terminal stages of disease.
  52. 52. Brightness Optimum Compromised Coherent Speckled Vibrant Dissipated Bright Muddied/Smudged Vivid Dull/Burnt
  53. 53. Brightness
  54. 54. Colour Banding and Intersections This man had a slipped disc. Note the red leakage of energy intersecting the green band. The back image confirms the energy imbalance. Note the line of red energy along the spine. 040999_001
  55. 55. Loss of colour band clarity
  56. 56. Artifacts Shadow Clothes
  57. 57. Artifacts Tattoo Additional Lighting
  58. 58. Entities Child in Mortuary Suspected Black Magic on Mother and Child
  59. 59. A day we will never forget, we were amazed to see this portal open as a mother says goodbye to her loving and caring son. Keen to see her biofield, this was one of the last things she ever did and in so doing, left us hope.
  60. 60. Chakras – energy centres • Spinning vortices • Transformers of energy • Detection Motoyama – Changes in field in space around the body • Hunt – Electrodes attached to skin – GSR • Streeter, Catchpole –Biofield Viewer
  61. 61. Base Chakra: Muladhara  Element: Earth  Location: Perineum  Function: Grounding, survival, excretion  Glands: Gonads, prostate  Color: Red Sound: Lam Petals: Four  If dysfunctional: Elimination system  Potential solution: Grounding/Earthing and improve diet
  62. 62. Base Chakra
  63. 63. Navel Chakra: Svadisthana  Element: Water  Location: Sacral plexus, two fingers below navel  Function: Procreation, creativity and reproduction  Glands: Testes, ovaries  Color: Orange Sound: Vam Petals: Six  If dysfunctional: Reproduction  Potential Solution: Purify drinking water and attend to relationships
  64. 64. Navel Chakra
  65. 65. Solar Plexus Chakra: Manipura  Element: Fire  Location: Twelfth thoracic and first lumbar  Function: Will, power, digestion  Glands: Isles of Langerhans in pancreas  Color: Yellow Sound: Ram Petals: Ten  If dysfunctional: Digestive system  Potential Solution: Balance digestive flora
  66. 66. Solar Plexus Chakra
  67. 67. Heart Chakra: Anahata  Element: Air  Location: Fourth & fifth thoracic vertebrae  Function: Love, circulation  Glands: Thymus  Color: Green Sound: Lam Petals: Twelve  Dysfunction: Respiratory and cardiovascular systems  Potential Solution: Conscious breathing
  68. 68. Heart Chakra
  69. 69. Throat Chakra: Vishuddi  Element: Plasma  Location: Throat  Function: Communication, creativity, respiration  Glands: Thyroid and parathyroid  Color: Blue Sound: Ham Petals: Sixteen  Dysfunction: Dental and emotional expression  Potential Solutions: Express yourself, sing
  70. 70. Throat Chakra
  71. 71. Brow Chakra: Ajna • Element: Aether • Location: Above nose and between eyes • Function: Perception and cognition • Glands: Pituitary • Color: Indigo Sound: Om Petals: Two • Dysfunction: Neurological system • Potential Solutions: Reduce exposure to cell phone and Wi Fi, meditate
  72. 72. Brow Chakra
  73. 73. Crown Chakra: Sahasrara  Element: Void  Location: Crown of head  Function: Union  Glands: Pineal  Color: Violet Sound: Aum Petals: 998  Dysfunctions: Nervous system and spirituality  Potential Solution: Be present and be humble
  74. 74. Crown Chakra
  75. 75. 3D Biofield, a revolution in subtle energy imaging 3D Subtle Energy mode of Biofield Viewer
  76. 76. 3D biofield viewer imaging
  77. 77. 3D Biofield
  78. 78. Tracking Meridian functionality
  79. 79. light sonopuncture 250 msec. 7  sec. 0.25sec 0.000007sec Joie Jones Vision points bladder meridian
  80. 80. Research at CIHS, USA
  81. 81. A treatment case study Before- 23.1.13 After - 8.2.13
  82. 82. Repeatability: 3 separate scans on 3 days a week apart
  83. 83. Chakra Viewer
  84. 84. Biofield Viewer 3rd Party Video Capture Case Study: Camtasia
  85. 85. Biofield Viewer showing healing live
  86. 86. Prim Care. 2010 Mar;37(1):165-79. doi: 10.1016/j.pop.2009.09.012. Biofield therapies: energy medicine and primary care. Rindfleisch JA. Department of Family Medicine, Odana Atrium Family Medicine Clinic, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health WI 53719, USA. • Energy medicine modalities, also known as biofield therapies, are perhaps the most mysterious and controversial complementary alternative medicine therapies. Although many of these approaches have existed for millennia, scientific investigation of these techniques is in its early stages; much remains to be learned about mechanisms of action and efficacy. These techniques are increasingly used in clinical and hospital settings and can be incorporated into an integrative primary care practice. This article describes several energy medicine and biofield therapies and outlines key elements they hold in common. Several specific approaches are described. Research findings related to the efficacy of energy medicine are summarized, and proposed mechanisms of action and safety issues are discussed.
  87. 87. Clin J Oncol Nurs. 2007 Apr;11(2):253-8. The use of biofield therapies in cancer care. Pierce B. Biofield therapies form a subcategory of the domain of energy therapies, as defined by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Specific biofield therapies addressed in this article include Therapeutic Touch, Healing Touch, Polarity Therapy, Reiki, and Qigong. This article will identify core concepts in biofield therapies, review controlled trials of the use of biofield therapies with patients with cancer, describe the process of biofield therapies implementation in one cancer center, and suggest research to benefit not only patients with cancer but also family members and oncology professionals.
  88. 88. Research: Biofield Viewer Phantom Limb
  89. 89. A day we will never forget, we were amazed to see this portal open as a mother says goodbye to her loving and caring son. Keen to see her biofield, this was one of the last things she ever did and in so doing, left us hope.
  90. 90. The new Biofield Thermography
  91. 91. Working with animals
  92. 92. Image d“aItma aagnea laynsids efodrit r” esearch
  93. 93. Biofield Viewer 3.0 Image Processing with Image J
  94. 94. Biofield Viewer 3.0 image processing analysis with Image J
  95. 95. Image enhancement with Image J
  96. 96. Image analysis with Image J
  97. 97. Trainer and co developer of Biofield Viewer Thornton Streeter