A Gas Discharge Visualisation (GDV) camera measures the state of a person’s energy field. The images created by the camera are based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This concept was first proposed by Dr Reinhold Voll in Germany, later further developed by Dr Peter Mandel and then clinically verified and corrected through 18 years of clinical research by a team led by Dr Konstantin Korotkov.
During assessment I will take measurements from 10 fingers of your hands. You will simply place each finger on the glass of the GDV camera to be painlessly scanned.
When a scan is taken, high intensity electrical field stimulates the emission of photos and electrons from human skin and the imaging technology captures photon emissions given off by each finger. The images are then mapped to different organs and systems of the body, which are based on Chinese energy meridians. The data from each test is converted to a unique “Photonic Profile” which is compared to the database of hundreds of thousands of data records allowing for drawing diagnostic conclusions.
A GDV camera is not a medical instrument. It gives an impression of your Energy Field and allows seeing its day-to-day transformation and the influence of different situations and stimuli on your energy field and your condition.
According to Traditional Chinese medicine, an illness or weakness of an organ is first visible on the energetic level before it manifests itself in the physical body. Therefore, detecting changes or disturbances in the energy field could be valuable in the prevention of illness. By locating physical areas of energy disturbance we can also determine whether it is consistent with the area of physical complaints.
In addition, the analysis of the images allows for assessment of the level of stress and energy, i.e. vitality and stamina, which could be helpful in determining risks for medical interventions such as a surgery; balance between paired systems and organs; and energy reserves in different areas of the body.
The analysis allows for study of the effects of therapeutic or pharmaceutical interventions and altered states of consciousness, such as during deep meditation, prayer or highest levels of creativity.
It can evaluate how the energy field changes in response to environmental changes, such as listening to music or different coloured environments. It can evaluate how close proximity to electronic products can affect humans’ energy fields.