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BIOFIELDS

 

Let’s look at some background information first.

 

Research scientists acknowledge that all living cells are immersed in energy fields (e.g. electro-magnetic waves — EMWs, also known as electro-magnetic fields — EMFs), which have been associated with cell health; that is, biofields are either beneficial or detrimental to the growth, development and repair of cells. 1)Liboff,A  PhD 2004, Toward an electromagnetic paradigm for biology and medicine, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 10 No 1, pp. 41–47; Feinstein D & Eden D 2008, Six pillars of energy medicine: Clinical strengths of a complementary paradigm, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Jan–Feb, 14(1): 44–54; Kobayashi M, Kikuchi D & Okamura H 2009, Imaging of ultraweak spontaneous photon emission from human body displaying diurnal rhythm. PLoSONE 4(7), e6256, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006256; Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages

This is clearly identified in the scientific literature: ‘On one hand, these EMWs provide immeasurable benefits; on the other hand, they may also create potential hazards through uncontrolled and excessive radiation emissions.’ 2)Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages.

There is a vast amount of information on biofields (energy fields) and cell health that can be summarised into one sentence: ‘Healthy biofields (energy fields) result in healthy cells, while unhealthy biofields result in unhealthy cells’, which is encapsulated by my ‘Stem cell and biofield hypothesis’.

We know this to be true, because when a living cell is injured, there is a measurable change in the electrical potential (measured in millivolts) surrounding the cell. Healthy cells have a surface electrical potential of 90 millivolts, but a cell in a state of inflammation may increase to 120 millivolts, and a cell in a state of degeneration may drop to 30 millivolts.

Changes associated with a cell’s surface electrical potential are not a new discovery. It has been known since the early 1900s that when the integrity of living tissue (a group of specialised cells) is disturbed (e.g. amputation or other injury), electric currents — referred to as injury currents 3)Liboff,A  PhD 2004, Toward an electromagnetic paradigm for biology and medicine, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 10 No 1, pp. 41–47. — are generated in the vicinity of the problem areas.

It was also observed that, at some point in time after the injury current is generated, there is a trigger that initiates an ‘injury current polarity reversal’ in which a ‘healing current’ is produced. This means that the cells of the injured tissue are now actively engaged in the repair and healing process.

A disturbance in the integrity of living tissue can also arise from non-physical events. For example, the scientific literature brings to our attention that unhealthy bio-electric signals and cues, such as an increase in EMF exposure ‘may have adverse consequences on health’ 4)WHO. Extremely low frequency fields. Environmental Health Criteria Monograph No. 238; available from http://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/elf_ehc/en/; Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages.

 

There is further scientific literature suggesting that:

 

  • EMFs emitted from laptops have the potential to adversely affect foetal development
  • EMFs from everyday life are linked to stress levels
  • mental or emotional trauma can cause cell injury the same as physical trauma
  • advances in cybernetics and optogenetic devise have shown it possible to allow human brain activities to program transgene expression in human cells
  • lifestyle changes can influence human gene expression

 

Among other things.

These findings are discussed here for those wanting more scientific detail.

The scientific research supports the possibility that healthy bio-electric signals and cues will result in healthy cells, and as we know, we humans are a community of communicating cells and stem cells.

Based on this, it would not stretch the imagination that healthy biofields result in healthy humans, which leads to my ‘Stem cell and biofield hypothesis’.

 

References   [ + ]

1. Liboff,A  PhD 2004, Toward an electromagnetic paradigm for biology and medicine, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 10 No 1, pp. 41–47; Feinstein D & Eden D 2008, Six pillars of energy medicine: Clinical strengths of a complementary paradigm, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Jan–Feb, 14(1): 44–54; Kobayashi M, Kikuchi D & Okamura H 2009, Imaging of ultraweak spontaneous photon emission from human body displaying diurnal rhythm. PLoSONE 4(7), e6256, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006256; Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages
2. Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages.
3. Liboff,A  PhD 2004, Toward an electromagnetic paradigm for biology and medicine, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol 10 No 1, pp. 41–47.
4. WHO. Extremely low frequency fields. Environmental Health Criteria Monograph No. 238; available from http://www.who.int/peh-emf/publications/elf_ehc/en/; Singh S & Kapoor N 2014, Review article health implications of electromagnetic fields, mechanisms of action, and research needs, Advances in Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Article ID 198609, 24 pages.