At first sight, you cannot perceive its action. But, there are two experiments that can be performed to confirm that the APP is really working. The first one is to turn off the room´s light or the room where the computer is located working with Pranadigma. When you do this, you could observe around the keyboard a flash of colored light produced by the deviation of light waves emitted from the screen. The second experiment, consists in doing tap on the Pranadigma logo 7 times while the app is running on a mobile device, making the program drastically slow down its light frequency emission, to make it visible to the eye.
Pranadigma does not affect the battery life of your computer or mobile device.
No. Pranadigma operates on top of other applications and programs and does not use up resources or batteries of your device or computer.
Currently, Pranadigma runs on Windows and Android on mobile devices and computers.
The Start Menu is simple and clear. In Pranadigma you have to select either Heal or Boost, the area to be healed or boosted and the frequency of the APP.
No, they can't.
Yes, Pranadigma is good for children, too. The APP has special settings for children in their early childhood.
Yes, while you are sleeping or whenever you are in front of the monitor with the APP, Pranadigma continues operating thanks to the residual effect produced by the trace of light or impression on certain areas of the brain.
Metaphysics claims that colors are subtle vibrations affecting us at our physical, emotional and mental levels. Colors influence the conscious and subconscious, altering our state of mind and, consequently, they are capable of healing our vital energy. The eyes are sensitive to light vibrations that are perceived by the brain as a “sensation of color”. Low frequencies give off the “sensation” of red while high frequencies give off th sensation of violet. These two ranges together with midrange frequencies furnish all the rainbow colors present in the light pulses rendered by Pranadigma.
It stands to reason that colors are the visible part of solar radiation. The following chart shows the whole spectrum of natural radiation and the tiny portion occupied by light (the colors of the rainbow visible to the naked eye). The remaining radiation is not humanly visible but affects us. To the left, violet increases wave frequency from ultraviolet rays (UV), x rays, gamma rays to cosmic radiation. On the other side, to the right of red, wavelength increases from infrared radiation, radar, to micro and radio waves (high, medium and low frequency).
The most significant experiment that changed the way we see human beings is the discovery of the DNA phantom effect because if DNA is all over our bodies, we store light. In this experiment, conducted by Dr. Peter Gariaev, DNA was placed in a quartz container, exposed to laser light and observed using a device capable of detecting photons (light particles). DNA particles behaved like a sponge to photons and took over the spiral form of DNA to stay in place with the same shape for 30 days when DNA particles were removed. The experiment, in fact, confirms that human beings store light.
Yes, it has been scientifically verified. Fritz Albert Popp, a scientist from Marburg University in Germany believed that human beings are capable of emitting and storing photons but he needed to prove it. One of his pupils, Bernard Ruth, who believed that this was impossible, challenged his teacher and invented a sophisticated device to run experiments on different types of seeds; however, he concluded that they emitted photons. Later on, he conducted further experimental studies that involved different animal species and human beings and came to the same conclusion. All living creatures emit and store light. Years later, a group of Japanese scientists from the Department of Electronics and Intelligent Systems of the Tohoku Institute conducted a research study to confirm that the human body emits light. In the experiment they used a cryogenic camera (CCD) sensitive to weak photon emission to find that the human body rhythmically emits light and that the intensity from the face was higher. The experiment also revealed another remarkable fact: photon emission is stronger in the afternoon compared to morning and night (metabolism), and, also, that those who were kept awake or had not rest properly emit less light than those who had a good rest.
The theory of subliminal messages has been discussed since 1950 when James Vicary, an American advertiser, introduced a device capable of projecting messages that were invisible to the naked eye but perceived at a subconscious level and conducted an experiment. In this test or experiment messages were projected on a cinema screen saying: “Are you hungry? Have some popcorn” and “Are you thirsty? Have a Coke”. According to Vicary when the movie was over Coke and popcorn sales boosted as a result of these messages. Many years later a group of researchers from the Social Psychology Department at Radboud University Nijmegen and from the Organizational Psychology Department at Utrecht University confirmed the effectiveness of subliminal messages if correctly introduced. Later on, a global study based on over 70 research studies concluded that certain parts of the brain wake up at an unconscious level when exposed to stimuli.