Images of the Human Auric System Affected by Homeopathic Remedies

Images by Sherry Arrick and Donna Crystal; text by Cindy Griffin

(See "The Effects of Homeopathic Remedies on the Human Auric System," by Cindy Griffin and Sherry Arrick, Heilkunst 2.1, p. 4)

Excerpted from the article:
"Subjects were videographed using a computer-enhanced image, which translates electromagnetic impulses from the fingertips of the left hand, based upon Kirlian photographic information, into a computer-generated visual representation of the full body auric field, and the chakra system."

Subject 1 - baseline Subject 1, baseline: This is the baseline or "before" picture of the aura of a woman whose constitutional type is probably Sulphur. It's basically the picture of someone in a healing state, hence the dominant green, but with dark areas still in need of healing on the upper and lower quadrants of the right side of the photo. Still, she's not greatly out of balance, just in a healing state.

Subject 1 - after Subject 1, after remedy: Here is the aura of the same woman, only a few seconds after taking an oral dose of dry Sulphur 6X. This shows a very balanced aura, typical of someone who is a healer, which she has stated she feels she is becoming. The bright magenta-purple spot at the crown indicates connection to spirit, the same colour near the feet shows being grounded. Emerald green light around the torso indicates an active heart chakra, and emotional communication, the mode most important for healers. Deep blue enveloping the figure shows intuition coming into the aura, accessing information from beyond self, but at a very deep level.

"Since we saw almost immediate changes in the auric field, and since there are documented responses in symptoms reported later by the subjects, in the time frame of several minutes, hours, or days, it might be concluded that the auric field is the first to respond to remedies, and then, as time goes on, these changes go on to manifest at the emotional and physical levels."


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