Measurable Attributes of the Vibrational State Technique

Author: Nanci Trivellato

Volume 11, Issue 42, Page 165 - October 2008

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CitationCitation:TRIVELLATO, Nanci (2008). Measurable Attributes of the Vibrational State Technique, Journal of Conscientiology, IAC - International Academy of Consciousness, October-December, Vol. 11, No. 42, p.165



ABSTRACT: When studying a phenomenon, establishing a measuring system that allows systemized and more objective comparisons and observations is desirable. Measuring bioenergetic and non-physical elements has proven to be a great challenge for researchers of the multidimensional reality of the consciousness and its paraphysiology. Thus, the vibrational state (VS), one of
the most fundamental resources of lucid parapsychic selfcontrol, still awaits better studies of its modus operandi
and effects. Within this line of reasoning, this paper presents a measuring system for the VS and its promoting technique, which has been used for over 5 years, referred
to here as the ‘Voluntary Energetic Longitudinal Oscillation
(VELO). The discussions focus essentially on the
descriptive and parametric elements of the VS (its attributes), which are identifiable also by external agents, allowing for
a less subjective measure. It is anticipated that knowledge of these attributes will grant resources for a biofeedback process, which will favor the control of the willful installation
of the VS.

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