QYP 33: Dr. Thornton Streeter on the Primovascular System, Biofield and Chakras


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Dr. Thornton Streeter, D.Sc. is faculty head of the Zoroastrian College section of human biofield Research. He is now the official representative of the UN NGO; consequently his training programs are recognized in 190 countries. Dr. Streeter is Director of The Centre for Biofield Sciences, UK and India. (www.biofieldviewer.com, www.biofieldsciences.com, www.biofieldscience.org).

Dr. Streeter has spent over twenty five years specializing in research of the Human Biofield. He encourages research worldwide, designed to integrate modern medicine with traditional understanding from Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. Dr. Streeter is one of the few certified trainers of Biofield Viewer (BV). Dr Streeter has overseen the development of a uniquely recognized & officially approved BV training program.

Dr. Streeter is a member of: ISSSEEM, ACEP, ICNM and Fellow of World Association of Integrated Medicine.

Usually, an analysis is conducted before and after the treatment with a number of different devices monitoring the treatment’s efficacy. Researchers at the Centre for Biofield Sciences compared Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV), Electro Interstitial Screening (EIS), Biofield Viewer (BV), and Medical Thermal Imaging (MTI) with subjective client issue identification. Participants were chance selected. Each participant was requested to complete a body perception questionnaire, identifying current and past health issues. The five scanning sessions for each participant took place on the same day and in the same order. The scans were interpreted by experts using qualitative analysis and comparing to the health data from the client questionnaire.

Initial results often indicate strong correlations between participant subjective appraisal and that of the scanning mechanisms, particularly BV and EPI, which show high correlation with each other.


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