"Kirlian photography" is a process of recording the auric field. This fascinating video shows applications of Kirlian photography in a variety of ways:An Individual's Emotional and Health Status
Fingertip photography of an individual can reveal a person's emotional state, and physical health. This might be why those of us who can "see" peoples' auras see their different colors at different moments (kind of like the "mood ring" fad jewelry of the 70s with a "gemstone" which changed colors as the wearer's body temperature changed), as well as see abnormalities in the energy dynamic which usually point to eventual health issues. Interpersonal Relationships
Side-by-side fingertip photography of two people can reveal their feelings toward each other: the "corona discharge" (outer edge of their auras) of individuals with anger toward each other seem to actually create an energy "wall" between them, while a noticeable "bridge" forms connecting the auras of two people with "warm thoughts" of each other.Healing applications
This application seems full of potential. When energy healers "raise energy" for healing sessions, a noticeable spike in their corona discharge could be documented by Kirlian photography, which seems to indicate we can both control our energies, and send it out to others
. Body scans ("electron-ography") seem to spot illnesses before they otherwise manifest. Ovulation appears to be recorded by Kirlian photography, which could be useful for birth control purposes. And Kirlian photography seems to assist with the detection of cystic fibrosis and cancer. Art of the Aura
Photographers have used the images for creating colorful pieces of artwork to seem to reveal auric information not quite visible to the naked eye, the "hidden reality" of the things around us, and of ourselves.Unexplained phenomena
The "phantom effect" as documented in Kirlian photography of plants is where a piece of a plant that was removed still emits a corona discharge, as though it were still connected. Why this occurs is still a mystery. Do humans experience this also in the "phantom limb" syndrome, where people still "feel" a body part that's been surgically removed?
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