Kirlian Photography & Alternative Medicine

March 7, 2014 | By | 1 Reply

Posted by Alexandra Meadors

WIKI - Lotus_KirlianDeborah Lindholm, MACP, Guest
Waking Times

Kirlian photography has a well-established diagnostic purpose in the field of alternative and Eastern medicine. The images produced have a profound effect on the ability to heal. Let’s take a look at what Kirlian photography is and how it can be used to heal.

What is Kirlian Photography?

Discovered accidentally by Semyon Kirlian in 1939, Kirlian learned that when an object was placed on a photographic plate and connected to an electrical source, a radiant image created by an electrical field around the edges of the object showed up.

Kirlian photography is also known as electrography, electro photography, and corona discharge photography due to the connection between electricity and the images. One common Kirlian experiment is to tear a leaf in half and take a Kirlian image. The resulting image will be the surrounding electrical field of the full leaf. The theory behind it is that the leaf leaves an energy field behind and the electrical current adheres to the residual energy producing the image.

The image is the ‘life force’ that every living thing possesses and Kirlian photography is the practice of capturing that energy on film.

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