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Hand of Healer

Depicted is a Kirlian photograph of the entire hand of a healer. The light captured in this photograph is a result of the energy emanating from the healer’s hand. No outside lighting of any kind was used. Notice the even and balanced corona, or aura, around the entire hand. This was taken as the healer was preparing himself, with a form of meditation, to begin a healing session with a client. ….Also shown is a healer’s fingertip while he is in a healing state of consciousness after meditation. Notice the beautiful and enlarged emanations radiating from the fingertip, as well as the unique energy, or light patterns, within the finger.

In 1939 a man by the name of Semyon Kirlian invented an amazing photographic technique that is known as Kirlian photography. Many studies that have been published about this kind of photography. What makes this photography unique is that it shows us the energy field in all living things, which to the naked eye is hidden. His photography exposes the living energy within the subjects. Seemingly lifeless grains of wheat that had been lying dormant for thousands of years were able to grow when given proper water and sunlight.

In 1939 a man by the name of Semyon Kirlian invented an amazing photographic technique that is known as Kirlian photography. Many studies that have been published about this kind of photography. What makes this photography unique is that it shows us the energy field in all living things, which to the naked eye is hidden. His photography exposes the living energy within the subjects. Seemingly lifeless grains of wheat that had been lying dormant for thousands of years were able to grow when given proper water and sunlight.

In 1939 a man by the name of Semyon Kirlian invented an amazing photographic technique that is known as Kirlian photography. Many studies that have been published about this kind of photography. What makes this photography unique is that it shows us the energy field in all living things, which to the naked eye is hidden. His photography exposes the living energy within the subjects. Seemingly lifeless grains of wheat that had been lying dormant for thousands of years were able to grow when given proper water and sunlight. One of my favorite Kirlian photos is of an apple cut in half. Beautiful!