biofields

biofields (bīˑ·ō·fēldz),

n.pl areas of energy that expand past the corporal boundaries of living organisms.
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NCCAM notes that the existence of biofields has not been scientifically proven.
Biofields are the fields surrounding the living biological objects (2) and could have thermal, magnetic, electromagnetic and non-thermal photonic components (3).
What Biophoton Images of Plants Can Tell Us about Biofields and Healing.
The Biofield Hypothesis: Its Biophysical Basis and Role in Medicine.
Some forms of energy therapy manipulate biofields by applying pressure and/or manipulating the body by placing the hands in, or through, these fields.
This short book is divided into three chapters: the first presents Brusewitz's master's thesis, the second is devoted to a review of parapsychological research (explicitly excluding research into psychokinesis), and the third is devoted to a summary of research on "biomagnetism, biofields, and holistic biology.
In chapter 3, Brusewitz provides a review of research relating to "biomagnetism, biofields, and holistic biology.
The next two chapters consist of a discussion of psycholuminescence by Henry Dakin, including a study of Uri Geller using Kirlian photography, and a discussion of biofields by Beverly Rubik.
to include all psychologically oriented therapeutic strategies that incorporate the various forms of vibrational energetic influences and utilize the meridian system, the chakra system, or the area that surrounds the body called the biofields.