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title:Scientific Validation of Disease Diagnosis System, Using Human Energy Field (Aura) For GIT Cases

Author:Rajeev Pahwa, Uday Kumar Jejurikar, Menka Kuril, Barkha Kuril

Keywords:HEF, Aura, Gastro-intestinal System, Reflex Zones, Biofeedback, energy meridians, Biopulsar-Reflexograph.

Type:Original Article

Abstract:Introduction: HEF or Aura is our spiritual signature. Traditionally, energy-field or aura is a protective psychic and spiritual energy field that surrounds the physical body. Energy from an aura is usually not static. It is constantly flowing, flashing, vibrating, expanding, and decreasing. Biopulsar-Reflexograph is a modern day instrument used as a human energy-field (Aura) measuring device, based on the latest computer technology combined with the scientific basis of the biofeedback, reflex-zone and energy meridian teachings and with ancient healing sciences. Methodology: The biofeedback system Biopulsar-Reflexograph is a highly sensitive, biomedical measuring device, certified according to the European Guidelines for Medical Devices CE Class IIa. It is based on the latest computer technology combined with ancient healing sciences. The biofeedback sensor is a receiver for high-resolution, biomedical signals, which are taken from the reflex zones of the hand´s palm. For this particular study, we have compared general cases between the age group 20-80 years block as compare to pre-diagnosed cases of Dr. Uday Kumar Jejurikar. All these cases have been categorized into 10 divisions and 10 different organs are taken into consideration for the assessment of confirmation in gastro-intestinal system. The study gives the confirmation on the cases prescribed by doctor. Conclusion: It was found that the aura diagnosis machine helped a lot in confirmed diseased cases and its symptoms diagnosis for GIT cases. The technology played major role in our research and helped in the validation of our age old traditional knowledge.

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