Aura & Energy Imaging
The Aura, which is connected with the activity of the CHAKRA (Sanskrit for “ENERGY WHEEL”), reflects the individual state of consciousness. In that case, the colors of the AURA give us information about the quality of conscious ENERGY, as well as one’s emotions, thoughts, abilities and the VITAL ENERGIES of a person.
Human Energy Field
All matter is vibrating ENERGY and it creates an ENERGY FIELD. Everything (humans, animals, plants, rocks, objects and every cell in our body) has its own electromagnetic field.
Our bodies contain 7 major CHAKRAS or ENERGY CENTRES and 122 minor chakras which represent a transforming energy field (AURA).
These CHAKRAS are linked together with all other ENERGY systems in the body and various layers of the AURAS.
The speed of the CHAKRA spin is a key to success in all areas of your life.
Today in digital age you can see the unseen part of your body (AURA).
HOW AURA & ENERGY IMAGING WORKS
During the scan, the fingers response to this stimulus is the formation of an electron cloud composed of LIGHT ENERGY photons. The electronic “GLOW” of this discharge, which is invisible to the human eye is captured by the camera system and then translated and transmitted back in graphical representations to show ENERGY, stress, and vitality evaluations. The images are then mapped to various organs and systems of the body, tapping into Chinese energy meridians.
Using the powerful technology of Electro-Photonic Imaging (EPI) (also known as Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV)), Bio-Well illustrates the state of person’s stress and energy level.
When a scan is taken, high intensity electrical field stimulates emission of photons and electrons from human skin, which create gas discharge photographed by a video camera.
Bio-Well GDV Camera utilizes a weak, completely painless electrical current applied to the fingertips for less than a millisecond. The object's response to this stimulus is the formation of an electronic emission. The electrons emission stimulates gas discharge (glow) that is captured by the video camera and then translated and transmitted back in graphical representations for further analysis.