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Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 28 Dec 2014, 01:13
by Zudeva
Hello, it was shared with me that as you "see" out of balance chakras, one could intepret the following:
Left of center = issues with the external world (society, clients, etc.)
Right of center = issues with the inner world (loved ones, family, friends)

Could someone share please their knowledge about where this wisdom originates etc. ?

And what about the knowledge: Dominant Functions Left Hemisphere: Language, Math, Logic
Dominant Functions Right Hemisphere: Spatial abilities, Face recognition, Visual imagery, Music.
And that the right side of our brain controls left side of our body and left side of our brain controls right side of our body...
Does this help us to understand the out of balance positions of chakras and suggest mental and emotional explanations for any imbalance?

Also, we know that in general, sensory information from the left side of the body crosses over to the right side of the brain and information from the right side of the body crosses over to the left side of the brain. Therefore, damage to one side of the brain will affect the opposite side of the body.

But again do you on the forum here agree that: Left of center = issues with the external world and Right of center = issues with the inner world ?
What about the engergy crossing of the brain to the lower body to the opposite side?...
Any thoughts and explantation I would greatly appreciate :)
Thank you.

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 11 Jan 2015, 04:01
by ricklove
Hi Zudeva,
I have been following your post ever since you've created it, hoping someone would offer an educated response.
Is there any chance the person you received your certification from would know?

I spoke with a Reiki Master recently who suggested she believed the right side of the body is the Yang side and the left side is our Yin side, unless you are left handed, then it would reverse.

I am still hoping some else will provide meaning for us.

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 27 Jan 2015, 17:03
by Dmitry_Orlov
Hello,

Yes, the meaning of Chakras imbalance are like you have mentioned - inner and external world.

There is no connection with right or left hemispheres of brain.

All the interpretation that you can have from looking at Chakras in Bio-Well is given in the instructions.
Here are 3 main instruction on interpretaion of Bio-Well data:
2. 2-Bio-Well client examination
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B97dz2 ... sp=sharing
3. 3-Basic interpretation of Bio-Well data
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B97dz2 ... sp=sharing
4. 4-Types of EPI/GDV images
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B97dz2 ... sp=sharing

I hope that I have answered your question.

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 01 Feb 2015, 20:36
by gururajkg
Sir,
What is the meaning of left of center. It would be appropriate if the left and right are marked on the image in the software. There is confusion of which side would be the left and which side would be right.
Kindly clarify the left and right side of the image sir.

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 17 Feb 2015, 11:55
by Zudeva
Thank you so much Dmitry I did not have this information, This is great. So to clarify, in the instruction it says: “Left side from center of the image.” So if the image faces us, that means what is left of center of image is to the right of the person that had the bio-well scan? Is this correct?

Are there may be more instruction that I do not have?
I also had posted a question about the bio-rithms, physical, emotional and intellectuals cycles. But did not receive any response so far.
Thank you!

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 03 Mar 2015, 14:49
by Dmitry_Orlov
Touch the screen or monitor with your right hand - this is right side of the image on the screen.
Touch with the left hand - this is left side of the image on the screen.

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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2015, 23:39
by Justinven
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Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 17 Apr 2015, 00:56
by Daya Rolsma
Dear Dmitry,

First of all, I would thank the wonderful team led by Prof. Korotkov who has made reality this magnificent equipment.
I’ve been using Bio-Well from February this year, so I have not yet much experience in interpreting the valuable information it provides.
Firstly, I have been experiencing with me and my husband, later with friends and, recently, I have started to use it with clients in my practice of Psychology.
I have checked Bio-Well provides important and clear information on how a person is reacting to environmental conditions, like workplace, family, social, personal beliefs, etc.
I find back ground noise of the fingers EPI grams is a very appropriate indicator of the level of physiological activation as a reaction whenever stress conditions are present.
So, I continue reading the useful information you provide in this web site and increasing my experience analysing new cases with friends and clients.
By the moment, I dare say I understand the logic of the analysis the software does in nearly all the areas but chakras.
As chakras could be a valuable means to interpret psychological stile of reacting, I would like to know how the software reckon the size and deviation of every chakra, having in mind that the program do not know the person but the level of energy of every organ and disbalance.
You have indicated that deviation to the left of the centre of the image means extroversion and to the right, introversion. You said it has nothing to do with cerebral hemisphere dominance.
So, if this variable is not considered in reckoning deviation, which is it? I am really intrigued in this part of the outputs of Bio-Well.
Thanks a lot for your reply and excuse my curiosity.
Sincerely,

Daya

Re: Meaning of Chakras left or right of center

PostPosted: 04 Jul 2015, 19:16
by gururajkg
Dmitry_Orlov wrote:Touch the screen or monitor with your right hand - this is right side of the image on the screen.
Touch with the left hand - this is left side of the image on the screen.


There is still a confusion sir, can the left and right side be marked with an image for our understanding.