Computer supersensory systems of nonlinear analysis – as one of the methods of bioresonance diagnostics and therapy
AUTHORS : Shovkoplyas Yu.A. | Novikov V.T. | Gavrilov A.A. | Gukasov V.M.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Branch scientific and practical complex “Health” of the Ministry of Economy of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 1998 | Category : Educational
Research within the framework of neurophysiology, information theory and quantum theory has made it possible to substantiate and realize the possibility of human perception of remote (hidden) stimuli without connection with the usual sensory process. The necessary organization of the activity of the brain can arise, both as a result of certain organic changes (congenital features of the structure of the brain, brain trauma, including birth, atherosclerosis, a number of mental illnesses, etc.), and through targeted training (the practice of yoga, rebirthing, hypnosis, eidetics, medication, etc. methods of active formation of a given brain activity by direct action on cortical calving and peripheral sensory systems).