On June 28, 2011, I arrived in Saint Petersburg, Russia, to attend Professor Konstantin Korotkov’s 15th annual “Science, Information, and Spirit Conference.” This international gathering brings the top scientists, doctors, researchers, and healers together to share new ideas in the overlap of science research and spirituality.
Dr. Korotkov and his team at Kirlionics Technical Institute (KTI) have developed the Electrophotonic Imaging Camera (EPC): a digital, Kirlian-like system that measures a person’s energy field in real-time and converts the data using proprietary software into detailed pictures and numerical data in a science-based format.
Dr. Korotkov is committed to raising the level of human consciousness through his technology in the fields of medicine, sport, business, the environment, and water research. His work makes use of the systems of Ayurvedic Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine to test the validity of holistic therapies using a variety of different disciplines. The participants at the conference presented papers that test these therapies both in a research and clinical setting.
I shared a research paper that reported on the use of the EPC to measure changes to human energy fields before and after a series of swims with spinner dolphins at my 2010 Wellness Retreat held in Kona, Hawaii. My preliminary findings showed a strong increase in human energy field measurements between the first and last day of the retreat. The data also showed that the energy fields exhibited less entropy (disorganization) and more coherence on the final day.
One of the anomalies of the data was that participants’ energy fields showed more entropy immediately after the daily swims. Dr. Korotkov recommended that, in the future, I take multiple readings after each daily swim to calculate the changes in entropy as each person integrates the dolphin swim experience.
In addition, the affiliated software program displaying chakras showed that the participants measured better alignment in the chakras between the first and last day of the retreat.
For the 2011 dolphin swim retreat (Oct. 30 – Nov. 5), I have invited my colleague Dr. Mary Milroy, an acupuncturist and colorpuncturist, to help take our daily measurements using the Electrophotonic Imaging Camera. Mary has extensive experience with the camera. She is developing a new software application that will measure energy fields using both the hands and feet photon emissions instead of the fingertips only. (This system was developed by Peter Mandel from Germany.) I am very excited to have her expertise during our retreat.
As for the people of Saint Petersburg, they are awesome!! We saw some amazing sights. Our guide Emma showed us depths of this city steeped in history and culture. Special thanks goes to my wife Charly, who also made the trip great for me.
I want to thank Dr. Korotkov, Elena Velichko, and their colleagues at KTI for putting together a wonderful conference and post-conference training. I learned a great deal at the post-conference training on advanced interpretation of energy fields and will be sharing my knowledge in my upcoming seminars and retreats.