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A Look Into the Future of Biofield Applications

Authors: Rai Sachindra Prasad

Biofield concept is not new. It first started in 19th century but attracted little attention for several decades. However, with passage of time, new evidences were produced for its existence and its clinical benefits in various ailments. Since then the importance of this exciting field has emerged on the world scene: the latest application being in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for human beings. Ironically, no measurement techniques for assessing impact of Biofield in diagnostics and therapy have been forthcoming so far. The basic reason for this, as investigated by experts, has been the nature of biofield as highly nonlinear, dynamic with rapid changes in pattern, and chaotic for which no mathematical analyses/instrumentation are present. This paper reviews briefly the studies made so far in the biofield concepts and imaging with particular applications in relation to human body and mind, and then projects the possible future trend of biofield applications based on scientific approach. In particular this paper highlights the future trend of biofield applications using color pattern in the aura (biofield) of human beings. It would be possible to identify a individual’s nature, i.e. useful or non useful for society, by digitizing the color patterns for taking corrective measures.

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