Since 1998 the Centre for Biofield Sciences has been investigating the efficacy of integrative medicine modalities and devices. We have developed a unique approach by evaluating these techniques with an array of non invasive assessment tools that are designed sensitive enough to measure how these therapies actually work. We also design protocols which challenge these modalities in way which fundamentally respects their core principles and scientific basis.
The systems we conduct our clinical trials with include the FDA certified Electro-Interstitial Scanner (EIS) from France, the most widely used tool published in peer reviewed journals in biofield science Gas Discharge Visualisation (EPC/GDV) from Russia, the Biofield Viewer (BV) imaging techniques which reveals the condition of the chakras and biofield in full colour, also the most widely used frequency counter based on biofield interpretation system the Resonant Field Imaging System from the US and medical thermal imaging technology to complement this set of instruments which all have a common denominator –they are safe, non-invasive, assessment techniques with no harmful radiation or powerful, induced magnetic fields.
We are also keenly investigating the Bonghan duct system, which has recently been thoroughly examined by Professor Soh’s team at Seoul University in South Korea. This duct system is considered to be the Nadi system as defined by the Rishis.
This group is also proposing the Bonghan Duct system is comparable with the meridian system of Traditional Oriental Medicine.
The theory is as follows:
The meridian line is not confined to skin, but ubiquitous. Meridian is a concrete duct system through which the liquid containing the granules (Sanal : living granule in Korean) flows. Sanals aggregate to form cells and cells disintegrated into Sanal. Sanals function as totipotent stem cells. Several tantalising theories are emerging from the research that is being conducted into the Bong Han duct system. Firstly that the spread of cancer is somehow manifesting within these ducts. There is also a suggestion that somehow light is being brought by the sanals from the skin surface into the dark recesses of the internal organs.
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