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A 4 way analysis of effectiveness of Body Talk technique on body and energy fields
Abadi, M.D & Streeter, T.W.J.SThe Centre for Biofield Studies, MIT University, Pune, India
60 experimental group and 10 control participants were scanned before and after a ‘treatment’ or
placebo session, with 5 different measuring systems. The scanning technologies were PIP, GDV,ESM, RFI and Temperature. Scans were blind analysed by leading experts in the specifictechnology and then compared to client and therapist comments. Most of the results werequalitative and so cross comparison was very complex. However overall there was significantchange in PIP and GDV in comparison to the control group (see the following pages fro casespecific examples). The body talk system that was used seemed to tap the specific area of issue,
which corresponded with the client’s report and the therapist’s specific intuitive comments. In
addition there were patterns located across scanning technologies, which supported the findings of the other, thus providing concurrent validity for the technology being used. Further research issuggest with regards to more participants and greater level of data control and experimental blinding.
80 participants were self selected randomlythrough local newspaper adverts anduniversity notices to take part in research intoa non invasive techniques and its effect on theHuman energy and body field. Each participant was booked in for twoappointments each lasting around 1 hr.Initially they arrived at the clinic and wereassigned a participant number to maintainconfidentiality. They completed their consultation form and then underwent thefirst round of 5 scans in a random order.They were then show to a table where JohnVeltheim greeted them but did not speak tothem about their issues. He spent between 5and 15 minutes (at his discretion) with eachclient performing the advanced Body Talk technique. Throughout the treatment the
therapist’s intuitive comments were being
recorded by an assistant (found at the bottom
of each client’s page). The participant was
helped up and then rescanned with the same 5devices, again in a random order. The controlgroup went through the same process exceptthey just lay on the couch for 10 minutes andwere told that they were being treated, eventhough they were not. All clients were asked toreturn the following week to measure effects thattook time to manifest.
The Measures:Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP)
For more detail see the below example detailedanalysis written by an expert interpreter. The PIPmachine is a light analysis technology (invented by Harry Oldfield) that is non invasive. Itrequires that naked skin be exposed to a fullspectrum controlled lighting environment andthe absorption and reflection intensities arecolour coded and then analysed. 4 images weretaken in the pre treatment scanning and 4 imagestaken in the post treatment scanning.Images were then data coded and single blindanalysed by one expert throughout the research.The PIP is most useful when analysing the bodyitself for congestions that appear on the surfaceabove the specific organ or part of the body being investigated. Typically it is understoodthat the body will absorb more light (ie reflectless) where it has issues, in comparison to the
rest of the participant’s body. We often refer to