Kirlian Photography

Kirlian Photography

What does a Kirlian Photography capture?

Kirlian photography equipment captures a subtle field of electromagnetic energy that radiates from all living things, otherwise known as an aura. In Western religious traditions, you can often see it portrayed in art as a halo surrounding saints or Deity. In Eastern religious traditions, it is thought to emanate from the chakras—or centers of energy within the body—and is often depicted as a multi-colored body of light surrounding a person.

For centuries, specialists who have been able to “see” auras without the help of an aura photo have explained that the colors exhibited in the aura have specific meanings. As a result, Kirlian Photography has been used to reveal important information about a person’s emotional energetic state—such as identifying the signs of rising energy-stress, allowing you to address the issue before physical symptoms arise.

How does Kirlian Photography work?

kirlian photographyIn earlier years, to create a Kirlian Photograph an electric current is sent through an object to capture an aura image on a photographic plate. Decades of research and development have produced a more sophisticated version of Kirlian Photography called biofeedback or energy technology.

Using a sensor, Inneractive’s energy technology equipment measures the electrical conductance and temperature of your skin. This data is applied to a sophisticated algorithm that transforms this data into a kirlian photo. Where it really gets interesting is that, unlike traditional kirlian photography equipment, energy technology is captured in real-time. This means that you can watch changes to a person’s emotional energetic state as it is happening.

Learn more about energy technology.

See it in Action

Contact us today to set up a live demonstration. A consultant will display the changes to auras and chakras in real-time and review the comprehensive aura imaging, graphs and reporting.

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