When visiting chapels and cathedrals, it is common to see glowing halos around divine beings and saints on murals. Such images are used to show the holiness and greatness of these individuals. But in reality, as long as the organism is alive and metabolizing, it emits a faint glow. The luminescence of the human body is usually not well dispersed, but its highlights are roughly the same as the meridians or energy channels. traditional chinese medicine (TCM).
In the 1980s, Scientists used highly sensitive photomultiplier tubes As a detector that measures the faint but visible glow emitted by living things. Studies have found that luminescence levels in the human body are correlated with physical and psychological health. Luminescence studies may therefore serve as a detection method for such conditions.
Human bioluminescence is released when metabolism is active
scientists have discovered A body that shines in daily metabolic activities. To test their hypothesis, the researchers measured the luminescence of the blank paper compared to that of both pork and human hands under the same dark conditions. In the sunlight, the paper glowed 10 to 1,000 times brighter than her in a human hand, but the glow faded. In contrast, human hand brightness remained at the same level in darkness. The fingertips were the brightest, followed by the palm and the junction of the thumb and index finger. The weakest part was the back of the hand. But the pork did not shine.
Scientists believe that the stronger the metabolism of the human body, the higher the level of light intensity.A research team led by Chinese scientist Yen-Chih Chiang measured the luminosity 158 bodies in complete darkness. Researchers have found 14 highly luminous lines covering her body, which coincide with her 14 meridians, or energy channels. This is mentioned in The Yellow Emperor’s Medical Classics by Dr. Maoshin Ni. These high-luminance lines had his 1,934 acupuncture points. Acupoints that were completely identical to energy meridians accounted for about 93 percent, and acupoints that were partially identical accounted for about 7 percent. The research team believed that luminescence is the embodiment of energy, and meridians show how dynamic a person’s metabolism is.
These findings suggest that the TCM theory that meridians act as energy pathways in the body may be accurate.
Although the anatomy of the meridians has yet to be discovered, researchers have discovered many identifiable acoustooptic and electromagnetic phenomena associated with these energy channels. Meridians transmit sound, light, and heat faster than the skin outside the meridians, and electrical resistance at meridians or acupuncture points is also lower than at other parts of the body.
some scientists suggest There are various electromagnetic waves that transmit biological information in the body of a living body, and acupuncture points are points of contact where interference waves of electromagnetic waves intersect.
So when you get sick, the electromagnetic energy becomes abnormal. Acupuncture can effectively control and correct this type of abnormality.
Scientists argue that electromagnetic waves are an important communication pathway in the body as they can affect physiological processes such as nerve and hormone function. Just as we need telecommunication services to connect the internet, television, and mobile phones, we need electromagnetic waves to send messages throughout our bodies.
Photos that show human energy with the naked eye
Kirlian photography was invented in 1939 by Russian electrical engineer Semyon Kirlian and his wife Valentina. Pictures taken in this way show that the electromagnetic field is not evenly distributed and can be affected by mood and health conditions.
German naturopath and acupuncturist Peter Mandel once used this technique to photograph his right hand. He could see complete, bright rings around most of his fingers, and incomplete rings around his index and pinky fingers. According to the TCM therapy practice of Chinese acupuncture and moxibustion, the location where his finger halo was missing coincided with two meridians associated with the digestive system, namely the large and small intestine meridians.
After Mandel put a needle into the Heku or Hegu point of the large intestine meridian, his diarrhea symptoms disappeared. Mandel took pictures of his fingers again and found that all the rings around his ten fingers were bright and this time complete.
This experience prompted Mandel to continue experimenting. He used Kirlian photography to photograph the limbs of many patients and developed a diagnostic method called energy emission analysis to detect energy fluctuations in the body and treat conditions caused by these disorders. bottom.
Electromagnetic waves emitted by the body may reflect general health conditions
In recent years, Russian academic Konstantin Korotkov and his team have improved Kirlian photography. They updated photographic techniques and developed a method of observing biophotons called gas discharge visualization (GDV). Korotkov’s research In addition, we have identified that electromagnetic waves can reflect underlying health conditions in humans. In his study, he found that his GDV images of colon cancer patients’ fingers were clearly distinguishable from healthy human fingers.
Korotkov’s findings also revealed that the brightness of the ring around the finger was closely related. related to moodThe ring will light up if you are happy, but if you are in a negative mood such as anger, jealousy or hate, the ring may shrink, become incomplete or even disappear. Energy fields can also influence each other. For example, the field can be strengthened as soon as a family or couple approaches.
Zhang Changlin, a professor of physics at Temple University, introduced his investigation of electromagnetic fields and energy pathways in the human body in his book, Invisible Rainbow: a Physicist’s Introduction to the Science Behind Classical Chinese Medicine. He calls the electromagnetic field around the human body an “invisible rainbow.” The electromagnetic spectrum is colorful, but humans can only see a tiny fraction of it.
Colorblind people cannot distinguish between red and green due to the narrow electromagnetic spectrum they can see. So, are some people able to see a wider electromagnetic spectrum than others? Can they see the energy emitted from the meridians and the glow around the human body?
Zhang believes that people are more sensitive to sound and electromagnetic waves when they are in a meditative state. In ancient times, there were no cars, airplanes, televisions or radios, so noise levels were much lower than those of modern society. It could be said that it would have been more peaceful without them.
Li Shichen, a prominent medical scholar of ancient China’s Ming dynasty, wrote, “There are tunnels inside the human body, and those who mentally look inside themselves can illuminate the tunnels.” In other words, the true nature of organs and meridians can only be observed by self-cultivators who can see inside with the mind’s eye.