Bioenergy detection via proton spectroscopy NMR
Alegretti shares new findings and results of his ongoing research pursuing means to detect and measure bioenergy (biofield, subtle energy, prana, chi, life force) via nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). New series of experiments have been conducted with eggs and samples of collagen, this time using one of the NMR variants — proton spectroscopy. The encouraging results are relevant and support previous findings, since this technique is not subject to the statistical complexities and common problems normally encountered in the fMRI, more specifically with the BOLD technique, which was used in his previous experiments. Said results suggest that a willful transmission of energy, similar to a “healing” session, at least in some circumstances, can change some properties of matter. Progress in this line of research have the potential to, in the future, help to understand if/how consciousness can act over the physical brain and body, and develop a theoretical framework for understanding such bioenergy and its effects.
Wagner Alegretti is an electronic engineer and worked with electricity generation, medical equipment and software development prior to dedicating to teaching and researching into consciousness and its phenomena. He has been instrumental in furthering consciousness science into the international arena, since he left Brazil and moved to the USA in 1994, and also in the establishment of the International Academy of Consciousness and its research campus, organization of which he was president from 2001 to 2014. He presented at many international congresses, courses and events, including TEDx and The Science of Consciousness conference (Tucson, Arizona, USA). In 1984 Alegretti started working on the development of bioenergy transducers and continues in his pursuit of finding means for its detection and understanding, including recent experiments done with fMRI and other forms of NMR. Alegretti authored the book “Retrocognitions”, published in English, German, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.