Yoga Practices And The Human Energy Field

A parallel study of the effects of meditation and Yoga techniques upon different centres of the body has been carried out by Hiroshi Motoyama (1981). Changes in the galvanic skin resistance of the body, heart rate, breathing rate and ECG were measured simultaneously in an electrically screened room, while the subjects were concentrating upon different centres in the body. His conclusions were that a form of Psi energy existed, which could be made to increase or decrease the normal activity of...

Free Download Of Human Energy Field

The first part of this book is a revised version of Gregory Mitchell's 'Developing the Mind with Biofeedback' (1979) Copyrighted by Psychotechnics, but now out of print. A booklet that has proved popular with enthusiasts. In view of the direction that our subsequent research has taken, the decision was made to add a second part dealing with what has been discovered about 'The Human Energy Field'. This tends to validate many of the claims made in the original booklet. Many writers on the occult,...

Detecting The Human Energy Field

The second part of this book is concerned with developments that have taken place in connection with the use of Psychogalvanometers since the first publication of Part One. These developments came about following the publication of Valerie Hunt's work in 1976, which described how various sound frequencies could be picked up from electrodes connected to the skin for the purpose of measuring the electrical pulses responsible for muscle movement, which is called electromyography Over the past...

The Reiki Initiation

The author had the good fortune to be able to take a Reiki Initiation, staged over a weekend by Audrey Edwards at Bisley. There were six on the course and each was attuned four times. Fortunately a graph had been taken of my energy field just before the course. On the day afterwards another graph was taken and the change was astonishing. It seemed the whole energy field had shifted and there was an enormous peak in the Psychic region which was not there before, since I do not regard myself as a...

Using The Bilateral Psychogalvanometer

The straightforward Skin Resistance galvanometer was one of the earliest electronic tools used in psychological research. One of the first references to the use of this device in psychoanalysis is in a book entitled iStudies in Word Analysis by Carl Gustav Jung, published in 1906. Here the famous Swiss Psychologist describes a technique for connecting a subject to an instrument, which measured changes in the resistance of the skin while words are read to him from a prepared list. If one of...

Further Notes On Research

A friend borrowed a GSR meter and did some tests at home on himself and with his wife. He rang me a couple of days later and said the peaks were all due to electrical interference of various kinds, AC mains radiation, and various frequencies from his computer and other electric apparatus in the house. One of his key assertions was that the peak frequencies for his wife and himself were the same. It was pointed out that this was to be expected, since they had lived together for a long time and...

Vortices And Chaos Theory

In her book Valerie Hunt goes on to suggest that there is a relationship between the vortices of the human energy field and Chaos theory. There is a certain point at which the energies cease to flow smoothly and become chaotic, as though one can become emotionally charged to the point where rage and hysteria supervene. When this happens the vortex is orientated to what is called an 'Attractor' some motive or powerful objective becomes the central point of one's intention and all other things...