Kirlian Photography and Eating For Energy
When’s the last time you picked fruit or veggies right off the vine?
It’s a completely different experience than, say, opening a can of pears and seeing them fall out into a bowl, no?
Have you visited the local farmer’s market and been in awe at how the food just seems to radiate as compared to what you see on most grocery store produce racks?
Why is that? Sure, there is the obvious freshness factor – but is there more to it than that?
Its very obvious. Uncooked, raw foods contain a higher “life-force” energy and science has finally documented this amazing truth as we can now “see” the energy of food with the use of Kirlian photography.
Through this amazing form of photography, an image is obtained by application of a high-frequency electric field to an object so that it radiates a characteristic pattern of luminescence that is recorded on photographic film. Pretty neat.
Long story short, instead of counting calories, we should be looking at the life force of the foods that we are consuming. Eating for energy. . .