...which Wieslaw Jaroslawski has mastered, is called pranic healing in Eastern countries. "Prana" means the energy responsible for life and health of human beings. The Greeks describe it with the word “Pneuma”, Polynesians use the term ”Mana”, the Chinese “Chi", the Japanese “Ki", and the Hebrews “Rauch” or breath of life.
...were known to the oldest civilizations of the world. This is evident from Egyptian papyrus writings and from paintings on Greek vases. In the temple of Esculap, the priest placed hands on a person and said: I am healing you. The legendary doctor and philosopher Hypocrates believed in the existence of a mysterious power, which healed the body - he called it the healing power of nature. The genius mathematician Pythagoras had similar convictions. The ancient teachers and philosophers sensed and introduced into their fundamental theories the concept of an all-embracing power that encompassed all living organisms, giving them the capacity for efficient and healthy existence. The Egyptian priest Ophidian, who lived at the beginning of our era, also used touch and the placement of the handsfor healing. Energetic therapy was also used effectively by the Chinese, Hindu, Persians and Chaldeans.
This method of healing was also used by the first Christians and the placement of hands was described in the Bible.
...healing by touching with the fingers was a grace, a right, and at the same time a heavy duty of the kings. Monarchs often did mass healings often of several thousand people a day. The French kings were more diligent here because they walked up to the ill and touched the ailing parts of the body, the English kings, on the other hand, just sat comfortably on the throne and the subjects walked up in turn to the extended hands. There even was a certain specialization among them. The king of Hungary was especially successful in healing jaundice. The mentally ill went to the Spanish kings for help. The English kings were quite good at healing epileptics and paralytics, and the French placed hands on consumptives suffering from scrofula
The Polish kings, busy with wars, politics and intrigues of the court groups were somewhat negligent in their healing duties. The chronicles note that only Jan Kazimierz practiced the custom of bestowing health on his subjects "right after Easter under the Wawel mount".
...the interest in energy methods of healing surfaced again. This was connected with the appearance of the known priest, exorcist and healer - Johan Joseph Gassner.
...Franz-Anton Mesmer, doctor of medicine at the University of Vienna, came forth with an original theory on the all-penetrating life magnetism. Forced to flee Austria, since 1778 he began to propagate his ideas in Paris. In his view, illness arose as a result of disturbance in distribution of a particular universal fluid described as magnetic. The master acted through direct manipulation - by touch, or indirect - by outlining with the hands, treating magnetic fluid as the only factor in relations between the healer and the healed. His theory was not accepted by the French Academy of Sciences, but the scholars could not negate that ”magnetic healing” caused the passing of “some thing” from the healer to the ill person, who suddenly was regaining equilibrium. Mesmer's experiments opened the way to development of bioenergy therapy.
...haveattempted to clarify thefunctioning mechanisms of biotherapy, many of whom also are Nobel Prize laureates. Let us take a closer look at results of studies conducted by persons open to any concepts, even those that at the beginning might seem a bit surprising.
...Emil du Bois-Reymond, a German doctor and zoologist, precursor of experimental electro-physiology and researcher of the nervous system, proved that our nerves are "powered" by electricity. Because of his interest in bioelectricity he studied electric fish.
...was first photographed by a Polish man named JakubJodkoNarkiewicz. The tests he conducted towards the end of the XIX century give the basis for calling him the originator of high-voltage photography. This method of photography made it possible to demonstrate the glowing halo that living organisms possess.By 1896, he had already demonstrated high-frequency photographs of plants, fingers and hands with the effect of a glowing halo visible around them.
...Professor Ludwig Boltzman, who died in 1906, was the originator of the kinetic theory for gases and the application of statistics in mathematics. He often underlined that in Nature there is nothing that is impossible, there may only be events that are improbable in the highest degree.
...that our compatriot Maria Sklodowska-Curie (who won the Nobel Prize twice) was also interested in the phenomenon of the body sending strange rays. She even took part in seances with the famous Neapolitan EusapiaPaladino, whose hands emitted particular luminous fluids.
...was made in 1923 by the Russian histologist A.G. Gurwicz. He demonstrated that plant and animal tissues, in which there is a quick division of cells,possess a source of invisible radiation. He also conducted tests confirming that exchange of information between cells is possible through radiation.
Gurwicz placed roots of a normal onion in narrow glass pipes. The distance between them was a few centimeters. Between the shoots he placed a glass or quartz plate and after a minute the roots were cut open and the nuclei of the divided cells were counted. Roots separated by a quartz plate influenced each other - the number of divided cells was the same in them. However, when the roots were separated by a glass plate this relationship did not occur.
The scientist decided to confirm this effect in further studies, in which he usedyeast and bacteria. Yeast cells (acting as an emitter) he placed in a flask, in a liquid, in the form of a suspension. Underneath it he placed a vessel containing a suspension of bacteria. Similarly, as in the experiment with the onion roots, yeast and bacteria were separated in turn by a layer of glass or quartz. The result was clear: when the bacteria were separated from the "Yeast emitter" by quartz, their number grew much faster, but when the separation was by glass, the growth was slower.
These experiments became the basis for the theory announced by Gurwicz that the so calledmitogenetic radiation occurs in nature. The radiation discovered in the experiment was called mitogenic because it seemed to have an influence on the division (mitosis) of cells. According to this scientist, living organisms have the capability of creating physical fields, which organize the life processes. There was one more irrefutable fact: this radiation had to be somehow related to ultraviolet light, which - as is well known - passes through quartz glass, but stops on normal glass.
...scientists studying mitogenetic radiation were however faced with an insolvable problem. They did not have then measuring instruments that were capable of measuring slight emissions of ultraviolet rays.
...Professor Hans Berger, , precursor of studies on electricity of the brain, discovered the electromagnetic character of brain waves and conducted their measurements. He also described the types of waves and rhythm in a properly functioning brain. Today, the encephalograph is a widely known instrument.
...or 43 years after the undervalued discovery made by JodkoNarkiewicz, SiemionDawidowiczKirlian, a Russian technician, again drew attention to the problem of high-voltage photography. He improved the method of registration of the electric impulses by using photographic materials, and this time an remarkablesensation among the scientific community was awakened.
After placing the object being photographed on a light-sensitive material and attaching a respectively high voltage and high frequency, corona discharges are fixed on the material at the edges of the photographed object. These create an aura that reflects the state of the living organism.
Representatives of conventional science attempt to declare that, in electro-photography on a photographic material, the corona discharges registered at the edges of the photographed object are those that are not related to the natural aura of the biological field of a living organism.
This is contradicted by the immensely interesting phenomenon of the “phantom effect". This occurs when a damaged living organism, such as a leaf with a torn off part, or a person whose limb was removed, are still seen on a Kirljan photograph as an undamaged unity. The outline of the aura around the already physically non-existent parts is still intact and visible quite well. This means that the biofield maintains complete information about an already incomplete living organism.
This observation refutes the idea of corona discharges at the edges of an object. In keeping with that theory, the broken-off part of the leaf or the amputated human limb ceases to be a part of the original organism and should produce on the photographic film its own independent image, but this is not the case.
Occurrence of an aura around a human body was then confirmed by scientific method. Some persons having a higher level of perception may be able to observe this radiation of the biofield. This capacity happens as a result of conscious extrasensory reception. WieslawJaroslawski is among just this type of extrasensors.
...a Hungarian biochemist Professor Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Noble laureate (for discovering Vitamin C, in 1937), presented the concept of a relationship between physiological processes and electron phenomena within particular cells, in tissue and the entire organism. The scientist also proposed the supposition that organic compounds have the properties of semiconductors - which was soon confirmed after precise studies of the properties of nucleic acids: DNA and RNA. The Professor also is the author of the statement: A live organism works on the basis of reactions, which statistically are improbable.
...by a team of scientists, from the Institute of Biophysics of the Academy of Medical Sciences in the Soviet Union, under the direction of Professor Wlail P. Kaznaczajew (S. Szczurin and L. Michailov also participated in these studies), made in the nineteen-sixties, later confirmed by a series of experiments in Moscow, was entered into the register of discoveries of the Russian Academy of Sciences under number 122, and in reality not fully appreciated by scientists.
This was the research plan: two colonies of bacteria in glass flasks stand next to each other, but without any direct relationship. One of them was infected with a virus. The attacked bacteria start to die-out - unexpectedly in the twin adjacent culture of bacteria identical symptoms arise. Thus, if there exists spontaneous influence between simple cells, would it not hold true that their more complicated units - tissues and organisms - can also influence each other?
Another research plan involves adjacent hearts of frogs, pulsating in one rhythm both connected to artificial culture medium - again without any direct relation. When a toxic compound was let into one of the hearts and it began to choke, the other one also showed a disturbance in the rhythm. This information was transferred at a distance! Thus the biological connection of organisms was confirmed and this at the cellular level. A cell influences another cell, an organ another organ, an organism another organism.
...David Cohen confirmed that the human brain produces a magnetic field. It forms as a result of "ion currents" that exist in the neurons, while nerve impulses flow. The instrument that detects this is the magneto-encephalograph, which illustrates electric activities of the brain by registering these magnetic fields, at a distance of several centimeters from the head. Cohen, in his experiments, used a copper inductive coil, now measuring instruments called SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interferential Devices) are used for this purpose. Their number in magneto-encephalographs approaches 300.
...of living organisms were also conducted by Doctor Pawe? Guljajew, at the Biocybernetics Laboratory by the Institute of Physiology at the University of Leningrad. Measurements were done there of a field called the electric aura. The electroaurograph developed by Guljajew registers at a distance the electromagnetic field of nerves.
...from Yale University created an electromagnetic theory of life. According to them life is supported by electromagnetic fields. They called these the L Fields (as l in "life").
Conducting research with electric fields, the presence of which they discovered in every form of life, they reached the conclusion, that these rule and steer millions of life forms, giving physical matter a certain structure. We are then electric creatures living in an electric world.
One of the first study objects was the salamander. It turned out that each of the adult organisms has its own electric field together with the positive and negative poles, which are located at opposite ends of the axis of the animal's body. This polarity is also demonstrated by younger animals and even by embryos and not fertilized egg cells. It was also determined that the embryo cells organized themselves in keeping with the template of the electric field, which existed even before the new animal began living.
Successive observations of various forms of life led researchers to the conclusion that changes in the L Field forecast appearance of an illness long before physical symptoms arise. This is understandable because the L Field comprises what we might call a non-physical template of the physical body (a living energy matrix), therefore all changes and damages arising in the body must first become apparent in the field, which is responsible for its organization.
It also became clear that in Nature there exists a life force which in the physical world takes on the form of an electromagnetic field.