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Spiritual research using the electrosomatographic technique

The electrosomatographic technique entails use of equipment that measures the body’s electrical activity, using the same principles underlying the well-known EEG and ECG machines. We used the DDFAO equipment that applies this technique to the entire body, to record an ElectroSomatoGram (or an ESG). SSRF has used this equipment to study the effects of various stimuli on the Kundalini chakrās in the body. An example of these experiments is the study of the effect of consuming non-vegetarian and vegetarian food on a person’s Kundalini chakrās. We also studied the effect of other stimuli from our day-to-day life such as beverages, clothes, the music we listen to, Reiki treatment, prayer, chanting, company of Saints etc. Forty experiments on 200 seekers from around the world recorded a total of 4000 readings.

 

Introduction to spiritual research using the electrosomatographic techique

This article explains the basic methodology employed by SSRF to compare the effect of 2 variants of the same stimulus in each experiment. The subjects of our experiments were categorised as those who have negative energy distress and those who do not. Analysis of the readings provided by the DDFAO equipment at regular intervals was later complemented with subtle-analysis performed by our subtle-knowledge section. Read more...

 

Comparative study of the effect of consuming non-vegetarian and vegetarian food using the electrosomatographic method (DDFAO-01)

In this study we exposed seekers with and without negative energy distress to non-vegetarian and vegetarian food. We studied the effect of these stimuli on their Kunḍalinī chakrās using the DDFAO equipment. Read more...

 

Comparative study of the effect of celebrating birthday by waving a lit lamp and by cutting a cake (DDFAO-02)

In this study we celebrated the birthday of a child seeker by waving a lit ghee-lamp in front of him. We studied the effect of this stimulus on his Kunḍalinī chakrās using the DDFAO equipment. We then repeated this process after he had cut a cake on his birthday as per the Roman calendar. Read more...

 

Comparative study of the effect of holding a lit candle and a lit ghee-lamp using the electrosomatographic technique (DDFAO-3)

In this experiment we studied the effect of holding a lit candle and holding a lit ghee-lamp in hand for 10 minutes each on the Kunḍalinī chakrās of 10 seekers using the DDFAO equipment.  Read more...
 
 

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