Many common eastern medicine traditions including Reiki and acupuncture are based on energy fields in the body. Kirlian photography, because it gives a practioner the ability to visualize these energy fields is a useful diagnostic and evaluative tool.
Acupuncturists can, for example take Aura photography of a person during an initial evaluation and see especially where the energy is out of balance. It is not a replacement for acupuncturist’s traditional diagnostics skills but rather a supplement and a way for them to demonstrate their assessment to a patient visually.
Scientists and practioners also theorize that Aura photography has a role in detecting cancer and other devastating diseases. For example, plants with cancer shows up with a very vivid carona or electrical field than healthy plants. This is due to the high metabolic rate of cancerous cells.
Aura Photography may also be able to treat patients under psychiatric care. The images has the ability to exhibit the emotional state of the person being photographed.
A Case StudyGiven below is the Aura Photograph of Sachin Bhilare who is suffering from Asthma and indigestion and is prone to heart problems.
The right side diagram shows problem with respiratory system & problem with duodenum indicated by peaks of blue line & red line.
Left side diagram shows problem with right part of heart, coronary vessels, respiratory system & transverse colon.
ProcedureThe process of taking a Kirlian photo is a fairly simple one and does not even require the use of a camera. First, a sheet of photographic film is placed on top of a metal plate. Then, the object that is to be photographed is placed on top of the film. To create the initial exposure, high voltage current is applied to the metal plate. The electrical coronal discharge between the object and the metal plate is captured on the film. The Kirlian photograph, which shows a light, glowing silhouette around the photographed object, becomes visible as a result of developing the film.
Although the Kirlians invented this photographic process in 1939, they didn’t publicly release information about their experiments until 1958, and Kirlian photography wasn’t a well-known phenomenon to the general public until 1970.
In GDV Camera, we have to place fingers of both right hand left hand on camera lens. Auric energy of these fingers are registered in the computer and software develops aura photograph of the person.