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Aura – Biofeld


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Die fünf Hauptfähigkeiten eines Menschen – Ohne Prana läuft nichts.

Eine alte vedische Fabel über das Prana, die in mehreren Upanishaden zu finden ist, spiegelt den gewöhnlichen menschlichen Zustand wider, in welchem die fünf Grundfähigkeiten nicht harmonisch zusammengewachsen
sind, und daher miteinander im Wettstreit liegen und um ihre jeweilige Vorrangstellung buhlen.
Die fünf menschlichen Hauptfähigkeiten sind:
◊  SprechenSehen  ◊  Hören  ◊  Denk- und Fühlvermögen  ◊  Atem / Prana
Die fünf Hauptfähigkeiten der menschlichen Natur führten eine hitzige Debatte darüber, wer der Beste und
Wichtigste unter ihnen war. Um ihren Streit beizulegen, beschlossen sie, jeder von ihnen würde den Körper
verlassen, um so ermitteln zu können, wessen Abwesenheit am schmerzlichsten vermisst werden würde.
༺༻FähigkeitVerlust der SinneFolgeerscheinung
1.SprachvermögenZuerst verließ das Sprechen den Körper, doch der Körper blieb,wenn auch stumm.
2.SehenAls nächstes ging das Auge, doch der Körper blieb,wenn auch blind.
3.HörenDann ging das Ohr, doch der Körper blieb,wenn auch taub.
4.Fühlen/DenkenAls das Gemüt/der Geist ging, blieb der Körper bestehen,wiewohl er unbewusst war.
5.Atem/PranaSchließlich wich allmählich das Prana, und der Körper begann zu verlöschen und die übrigen Hauptfähigkeiten verloren immer mehr an Kraft.
In ihrer Not eilten sie alle miteinander zum Prana und baten es inständig, doch zu bleiben. Und dabei lobten sie seine Vorrangigkeit.
Das Prana ging eindeutig als Sieger des Turniers hervor. Prana verleiht allen menschlichen Fähigkeiten Energie, ohne die sie
nicht einsatzbereit sind. Wenn wir nicht zuallererst das Prana ehren, können wir nichts tun, das unseren Fähigkeiten entspricht,
und es fehlt uns die Kraft, überhaupt in Aktion treten zu können.
Quelle (engl.): ► Artikel Practical Magic(k): Secret of the Five Pranas [Praktische Magie: Geheimnis der fünf Pranas],
präsentiert von der Publikation Evolve and Ascend, 22. April 2016
Referenz: ► Beitrag Über welche fünf Grundfähigkeiten verfügt der Mensch?, präsentiert von der
kalifornischen Frage-und-Antwort Webseite Quora, Elfriede Ammann, 24. November 2019
Buchempfehlung (engl.): ► Dr. David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri), Gods, Sages and Kings. Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilization
[Götter, Weisen und Könige. Vedische Geheimnisse der antiken Zivilisation], Lotus Brands, 4. April 2001
See also: ► Essential prana and ► Body parts contest – Who's on top?


Die fünf Koshas (Hüllen) eines Menschen
1.Annamaya koshaEssenKörperlichFünf Elemente
2.Pranamaya koshaAtemVitalFünf Pranaarten
3.Manomaya koshaEindrückeÄußeres Gemüt/GeistFünf Arten von Sinneseindrücken
4.Vijnanamaya koshaIdeenIntelligenzZielgerichtete mentale Aktivität
5.Anandamaya koshaErfahrungenUmfassenderer GeistGedächtnis, unterschwelliger und überbewusster Geist
Quelle (engl.): ► Artikel Secrets of the Five Pranas, präsentiert von dem
American Institute of Vedic Studies, erstveröffentlicht 13. Juni 2012, neu aufgelegt 9. Januar 2019

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General quotes

All that exists in the three heavens rests in the control of Prana. As a mother her children, oh Prana, protect us and give us splendor and wisdom. Prashna Upanishad II.13, 1st millennium BC



A call for touch:

Touch deprivation during the Covid plandemic 2020

  • In the current environment, is the idea of a 'renaissance of touch' just for the brave and the foolish? I don't believe so, and scientific evidence speaks loud and clear. We lose a lot by depriving ourselves of touch. We deprive ourselves of one of the most sophisticated languages we speak; we lose opportunities to build new relationships; we might even weaken existing ones. Through deteriorating social relationships, we also detach from ourselves. The need for people to be able to touch one another should be a priority in defining the post-pandemic 'new normal'. A better world is often just a hug away. As a scientist, but also as a fellow human, I claim the right to touch, and to dream of a reality where no one will be touchless. \\ Article including audio narration The need to touch – The language of touch binds our minds and bodies to the broader social world. What happens when touch becomes taboo?, presented by the philosophical and cultural online magazine Aeon, Laura Crucianelli, Swedish neuroscientist, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 26. October 2020



  • From antiquity there has been a myriad of literary and pictorial descriptions of the aura. Sometimes it has been depicted as a luminous radiation surrounding the body. Frequently, it has been pictured as a kind of light around the head – which some religious traditions call a halo. Most of us are familiar with paintings of haloed Christian saints. In earlier Chinese and Japanese art, a single and sometimes a triple halo surrounds the head of images of the bodhisattva or Buddha. In ancient Egyptian culture, the aura was often depicted as wings enfolding the body. In Native American tradition, the radiant aura of the buffalo has given rise to the legend of the white buffalo. When Matthew (17:2) describes the transfiguration of Christ, he says that Jesus's face "did shine as the sun," and "his raiment was white as the light." Luke (9:29) adds that Jesus's raiment was "glistering." This is a Biblical description of Christ's aura, which the Apostles Peter, James, and John were able to see when they were taken by their Master to a mountain just prior to his crucifixion.
    People who are able to see auras have often reported seeing a kind of luminous radiation surrounding an individual, usually consisting of one or sometimes several colors. We now know that the aura, or auric field, relates to the electromagnetic field, which emanates from all matter. This field of energy, which usually extends five or six inches around the body, is outside the range of normal vision and in what is sometimes termed the realm of psychic sight. But even those who can't see the aura can still have an experience of it. The aura is what keeps us from bumping our shopping carts into one another in the supermarket. It's what allows us to sense another's presence in a darkened room, and it's what makes someone turn to look at us across a crowded room. Rev. Rosalyn L. Bruyere (*1946) US American energy healer, aura reader, spiritual teacher, white honorary medicine woman, founder of "The Healing Light Center Church", Sierra Madre, California, Wheels of Light, excerpt, Touchstone, 12. April 1994




Overshadowed by a second aura when committing a crime

  • Prisoners [say they] never committed a crime. And you know what? They didn't. If you work with them for very long you can see a second aura hanging out over them. And if you make them mad enough then the second aura replaces the first aura. And that's who you deal with. And when they calm them back down again then they [their first aura] are back. Audio presentation by Rev. Rosalyn L. Bruyere (*1946) US American energy healer, aura reader, spiritual teacher, white honorary medicine woman, founder of "The Healing Light Center Church", Sierra Madre, California, presented by "The Asilomar Conference Center", Pacific Grove, California, deleted MP3, minute 28:04, 83:18 minutes duration, 7. August 1988




  • The word biofield is a term that Western scientists have used to describe various aspects of energy and information fields that guide health processes. Similar concepts and descriptions of energy and information patterns exist in various cultures and have guided whole systems of medicine such as Ayurveda and Tibetan medicine. This article describes Vedic, Jain, and Tibetan philosophical and medical systems' concepts of consciousness and subtle energy and their relationships to health processes in order to foster deeper crosscultural dialogue on the nature of the biofield. Similarities and differences within the three traditions are noted, and suggestions for considering these concepts to extend current biofield research are discussed. Shamini Jain, Ph.D., Indian US American professor of clinical psychology, psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) researcher, department of psychiatry, chair of the research committee of the Center for Integrative Medicine, UC San Diego, founder and director of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI), corresponding authors: Jennifer Daubenmier, Ph.D., David Muehsam, Ph.D., Lopsang Rapgay, Ph.D., Deepak Chopra, M.D. (*1946) Indian US American physician, endocrinologist, public speaker, Harvard lecturer, self-help writer on mind-body medicine, scientific paper Indo-Tibetan Philosophical and Medical Systems: Perspectives on the Biofield, presented by the publication Global Advances in Health and Medicine (GAHM), Suppl. 16-24, 4. November 2015


  • The human body emits low-level light, heat, and acoustical energy; has electrical and magnetic properties; and may also transduce energy that cannot be easily defined by physics and chemistry. All of these emissions are part of the human energy field, also called the biologic field, or biofield. However, no agreement has been reached in the scientific community on the definition of the biofield. Beverly Rubik, Ph.D., US American professor of biophysics, University of California at Berkeley (UCB), researcher of biofield science and energy medicine, founder of the Institute for Frontier Science (IFS), Measurement of the Human Biofield and Other Energetic Instruments, presented by the Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine, 2009-2016


  • The term biofield was proposed in 1992 by an ad hoc committee of Complementary and Alternative Medicine practitioners and researchers, grouped by the Alternative Medicine Department from the US National Institutes of Health. Afterwards, one member of this committee succeeded in getting the term biofield accepted as a Medical Subject Heading (MeSH term) at the National Library of Medicine.1 […]
    This biofield, strongly connected to the auric field, has dynamic changes that coincide with emotional states, imagery, interpersonal relations and the state of resiliency and plasticity of the connective tissue in the physical body. The biofield is the energetic sphere that surrounds each human body and is believed to be the overall result of electromagnetic properties of the cells, muscles, nerves, organs and chakras. Deleted archived article Pioneer Mapping of the Chakras and the Auric Field, PDF, presented by the online publication Energy Magazine, S. 49 / S. 53, Eugenio Lepine, issue March-April 2019

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • [Paraphrased] The thought body
    ► regulates the emotional body,
    ► (which) regulates the etheric body,
    ► which is a blueprint for the physical body.
    Without the etheric body, which is an energy blueprint, which surrounds the physical body and occupies the same space, without that our body would be like an amoeba, constantly changing shape [...] what keeps this body in place and in shape is the etheric body.
    This sounds bizarre until you look at advanced physics, which agrees with ACIM. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Office Series – Farmingdale, New York, Seminar Giving Up Illness through A Course in Miracles, sponsored by "The Bridgebuilders", host Saul Steinberg, first publisher of ACIM, host Dan McGrew, CD 1 of 3, track 10, 11. June 1983





Tenet of the 12-step programs

"Justified resentments"

Englische Texte – English section on Aura and prana

Essential prana

An old Vedic fable about Prana to be found in various Upanishads, reflects on the ordinary human state
in which the different faculties are not integrated and therefore fight with each other, competing for attention.
Speech      ◊      Eye      ◊      Ear      ◊      Mind      ◊      Breath (prana)
The five main faculties of human nature were arguing with each other as to who was the best and most important.
To resolve their dispute they decided that each would leave the body and see whose absence was most missed.
༺༻FacultySenses lostConsequence
1.SpeechFirst speech left the body but the body continuedthough mute.
2.SeeingNext the eye left but the body continuedthough blind.
3.HearingNext the ear left but the body continuedthough deaf.
4.MindWhen the mind left but the body continuedthough unconscious.
5.PranaFinally the prana began to leave and
the body began to die and
all the other faculties began
to lose their energy.
So they all rushed to Prana and told it to stay, lauding its supremacy.
Clearly Prana won the argument. Prana gives energy to all our faculties, without which they cannot function.
Without honoring Prana first, there is nothing else we can do, and no energy with which to do anything.
Touch comes before sight, before speech. Margaret Atwood (*1939) Canadian writer,
novel  The Blind Assassin, McClelland and Stewart, 2. September 2000
Source: ► Article Practical Magic(k): Secret of the Five Pranas, presented by the publication Evolve and Ascend, 22. April 2016
Reference: ► Q&A contribution Which are the five main faculties of human nature?, presented on the Californian
question-and-answer website Quora, Elfriede Ammann, 459 views, 20. November 2019
Book reference: ► Dr. David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri), Gods, Sages and Kings.
Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilization
, Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civil, 4. April 2001
See also: ► Body parts contest – Who's on top?
Siehe auch: ► Die fünf Hauptfähigkeiten eines Menschen – Ohne Prana läuft nichts.


Five koshas or sheaths contained in the human being
1.Annamaya koshaFoodPhysicalFive elements
2.Pranamaya koshaBreathVitalFive pranas
3.Manomaya koshaImpressionsOuter mindFive kinds of sensory impressions
4.Vijnanamaya koshaIdeasIntelligenceDirected mental activity
5.Anandamaya koshaExperiencesDeeper mindMemory, subliminal and superconscious mind
Source: ► Article Secrets of the Five Pranas, presented by the American Institute of Vedic Studies,
first issued 13. June 2012, reissued 9. January 2019

Urim and Thummim

[T]he Urim and Thummim [...] shall be upon Aaron's heart when he goeth before the Lord: and Aaron shall
bear the judgment of the children of Israel upon his heart before the Lord continually.
Exodus 28, 30 (OT)

Urim and Thummim are described as flat crystals or transparent gems. High priests of the Hebrew Temples held the red Urim and the green Thummim over their eyes like spectacles. This apparently induced visionary images. Urim and Thummim influenced the visual processing of colors to occur as a stereo blending between the eyes rather than for each eye separately prior to reaching the visual cortex where colors are recognized. By separating the brain's signal processing of red and green through the red-green cones of each eye's retina, the color yellow is synthesized in the visual cortex as a stereoscopic function. When combined with the intake of entheogens, psychoacoustics, symbolism and meditation, such a stereoscopic stimulation of the visual cortex could have assisted in synthesizing visual constructs.


Studies of psychedelics have confirmed that red and green (or else pink and chartruse) colors are perceived as superimposed with patterning in the visual field:

Viewing the faces of other people in the room, the subject observed red and green glowing lines crossing their
faces horizontally but following the contours of the face. […]
Whenever the subject closed his eyes, he was presented with a dazzling array of colours and patterns. Most of the patterns were of a repetitive nature, resembling mandalas. The predominant colours were red and green and the predominant patterns were formed from circles and octagons.
► Article Scientists studying psychoactive drugs accidentally proved the self is an illusion, presented by the US American
     online portal Quartz, Ephrat Livni, 9. February 2018
► Article What the Heck are Seer Stones?, presented by the publication The Restoration of Christ's Church, 15. May 2019
Referenz: ► Videopräsentation von George Pennington (*1947) amerikanisch-deutscher Psychologe, Berater, Trainer, psychologischer
Forscher, TV-Psychologe, Buchautor, Meditation 6 – Die Tafeln von Chartes, YouTube Film, 11:24 Minuten Dauer, 11. May 2018


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Literature (engl.)

  • Jack Schwarz, N.D. (1924-2000) Dutch naturopath, humanitarian philosopher, minister, pioneer in holistic health education, author, Human Energy Systems, E.P. Dutton, New York, 1980, Penguin Books, 1. August 1992

Externe Weblinks

External web links (engl.)

Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

  • Video interview with Harry Oldfield, US American scientist, thinker, investigator of the energy configurations of psychic surgeon Stephen Turoff, 1995, pioneer of non-invasive methods of diagnosis and rebalancing of the body's energy field, inventor of a photo-imaging system [Polycontrast Interference Photography – PIP] revealing the human energy field (aura), Niagara Falls, PIP photograph, author of Harry Oldfield's Invisible Universe, Harry Oldfield on Our Invisible Universe, presented by the US American Conscious Media Network via Gaia TV, host Regina Meredith, 42:03 minutes duration, posted July 2007   Subject to fee
  • Video Human Aura Recordings, presented by William Tiller's Bio-Energy Fields Lab, YouTube film, 3:27 minutes duration, posted 14. August 2009
  • Video presentation by Dr. David R. Hawkins (1927-2012) US American physician, psychiatrist, spiritual teacher, author, Long Beach, California, Seminar Success, 3 DVD set, 3. October 2009

The aura is the carrier of what one has learned – energy transmission via teacher/spiritual aspirant


Interne Links




1 Scientific article by Beverly Rubik, Ph.D., US American professor of biophysics, University of California at Berkeley (UCB), researcher of biofield science and energy medicine, founder of the Institute for Frontier Science (IFS), David Muehsam, Richard Hammerschlag, Shamini Jain, Ph.D., Biofield Science and Healing: History, Terminology, and Concepts, presented by the publication Global Advances in Health and Medicine (GAHM), Suppl. 8-14, 4. November 2015

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