International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS)

Journal of International Society of
Life Information Science (ISLIS)

Vol.25, No.1, March 2007


[Original Research Paper]

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.11-19)

Modulation of mutability in UV-irradiated human RSb cells by serum obtained from parabolic flight volunteers

Xiao-Jun CHI, Shunji TAKAHASHI, Jun NOMURA, Shigeru SUGAYA,
Yoshinobu ICHIMURA, Ling ZHAI, Xiaobo TONG, Kazuko KITA and Nobuo SUZUKI
Dept. of Environmental Biochemistry, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University (Chiba, Japan)
Human interferon (HuIFN) and serum factors from cancer patients suppress and enhance the mutation frequency, respectively, in UV (UVC, principally 254nm in wavelength)-irradiated human cells under 1 G conditions. Here we examined whether the UV-mutagenicity differs in human RSb cells treated with pre- and post-parabolic flight (PF) serum obtained from seven human volunteers. Each serum was added at the concentration of 10-3 (v/v) into culture medium containing human RSb cells. The cells were then irradiated with UV and thereafter the UV-mutagenicity was estimated by identification of a K-ras codon 12 base substitution mutation and by analysis of the ouabain-resistant (OuaR) mutation frequency. The substitution mutation was identified by two methods, PCR together with differential dot-blot hy-bridization and peptide nucleic acid (PNA)-mediated PCR clamping. Although no UV-mutagenicity was detected in the RSb cells after UV irradiation alone, the mutagenicity was detectable in cells treated with medium containing serum from one post-PF volunteer, while being undetectable with the corresponding pre-PF serum. Neither the treatment of cells with pre-PF serum nor that with post-PF serum from any of the other six volunteers resulted in the detection of UV-mutagenicity. However, when components from each of the other six pre-PF and post-PF sera were fractionated by Blue B column chromatography, treatment of cells with eight fractionated samples resulted in the detection of UV-mutagenicity. Thus, we suggest that the serum and/or fractionated serum samples modulated the UV-mutagenicity but the modulation activity was altered after PF in all seven volunteers.
parabolic flight, gravity alteration, human serum, UV-mutagenicity, interferon Meditation EEG Overview Based on Subband Features Quantified by AR Model

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.23-26)

Changes in Height Ratios of Acceleration Pulse Waveforms by Jasmine Fragrance Stimulation

Takashi AOKI1, Yoshinori ADACHI2
1 College of Engineering, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
2 College of Business Administration and Information Science, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
Recently, there is increasing utilization of various fragrances in the field of integrated therapy. This is called aromatherapy. When fragrance stimulation reaches the olfactory nerve center, it influences the autonomic nervous system, making changes in pulse waves. The purpose of this research was to determine how the fragrance stimulation influences height ratios (b/a and d/a), where a, b and d mean wave heights of elemental waves a, b and d composing an acceleration pulse waveform. A 5-minute stimulation by jasmine fragrance was given to each of 10 subjects. Pulse waves were measured before, during and after the stimulation. The b/a was significantly decreased during jasmine fragrance stimulation. This experimental result suggested that the extensibility of blood vessels was increased by jasmine fragrance. After the stimulation was stopped, b/a, returned to its initial value within about 5 minutes. There was no significant change in d/a. The average heart rate increased by 3.5% during stimulation.
jasmine fragrance, aromatherapy, pulse waveform, blood vessel extensibility

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.30-34)

Standard Evaluation Method of Non-contact Healing Using Biophotons

Hideyuki KOKUBO1, Mikio YAMAMOTO1 and Kimiko KAWANO1,2
1 Institute for Living Body Measurements, International Research Institute (Chiba, Japan)
2 Centre for Informatics and Sciences, Nippon Medical School (Tokyo, Japan)
This study evaluates the effects of non-contact healing such as laying-on-of-hands and prayer using biophotons. Pairs (control and sample) of a cucumber (Cucumis sativus) were measured with a highly sensitive detector for 18 h, and the intensity of biophotons from the experimental sample was compared with the control. Measurements were done for three groups, non-treatment, healing treatment, and thermal treatment in which experimental samples were stressed in a heat pool at 40°C. There was no difference in the intensity between the experimental samples and controls in the non-treatment and thermal treatment groups. However, in the healing group, the intensity of biophotons from the experimental samples was significantly greater than the controls (p = 0.002, two-tailed paired t-test). In addition, quantitative evaluation for the effect of non-contact healing was possible by using, as an index, a logarithm of the ratio of intensities of biophotons from experimental samples and controls.
biophotons, cucumber, healing, laying-on-of-hands, prayer, standard method, evaluation, direct mental interaction with living system, DMILS

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.40-50)

Aging Develops a Person's Spiritual Healing Ability for Pain - Application of Standard Evaluation Method of Non-contact Healing Using Biophotons -

Hideyuki KOKUBO1, Mikio YAMAMOTO1 and Kimiko KAWANO1,2
1 Institute for Living Body Measurements, International Research Institute (Chiba, Japan)
2 Centre for Informatics and Sciences, Nippon Medical School (Tokyo, Japan)
We measured effects of non-contact healing for plant samples (cucumber) using biophotons by 10 healers of laying-on-of-hands (5 beginners and 5 veterans). J value, the logarithm of the biophoton intensity ratio of an experimental sample and a control sample, was used as the quantitative index of healing. Moreover, the details of healing of each trial, and the past experience and healer's self-evaluation for his/her abilities were investigated with 186 items in two questionnaires. We found the average of J values of the beginner group was 0.072 and that of the veteran group was 0.166. There was a significant different between these groups (p = 0.025, one tail). Since the scores of self-evaluation for healing against pains of shoulder, back, and lumbago were correlated with J values (r = 0.57, p = 0.043, one tail), we considered that the measured healing ability was deeply related to the ability for pain control of other persons. Moreover, healers' ages showed a positive correlation with J values (r = 0.63, p = 0.049, two tails), and the correlation was especially strong in the beginner group; r = 0.92 (p= 0.025, two tails). J values were approximated by a linear combination model with an age function and a beginner-veteran function. A character trait item "careless?prudent" was considered to be important for ability performance. From the findings, we advocate biological hypotheses for healing ability. (1) In order to control the pain produced as a result with aging, the self-healing ability for pain improves. (2) Non-contact healing to control another person's pain is an external application of self-healing ability.
aging, pain control, biophotons, cucumber, spiritual healing, laying-on-of-hands, qigong, DMILS, bio PK, character trait, multiple regression analysis s

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.63-71)

Investigation on Spatiotemporal Characteristics of Zen-Meditation EEG Rhythms

Hsien-Cheng LIAO and Pei-Chen LO
Dept. of Electrical and Control Engineering, National Chiao Tung Univ. (Hsinchu, Taiwan)
This paper reports a unique interpreter that combines a multi-resolution scheme with autore-gressive modeling to identify the EEG (electroencephalograph) patterns including the flat wave (f), δ, q, c, a, and b activities as well as such artifacts as the baseline drift and EMG (electromyograph) interfer-ence. With the merits of high computational efficiency and easy hardware realization, the method pro-posed is feasible for long-term EEG monitoring and online EEG processing. It also allows a quick over-view of an enormous amount of EEG data. Moreover, results of applying the proposed scheme to an ex-perimental group (Zen meditation practitioners) and a control group (normal, healthy subjects) reveal significant distinction in spatiotemporal characteristics of EEG rhythmic patterns, especially the spatial propagation of the b rhythm during meditation sessions.
Autoregressive model, Meditation EEG interpreter, pattern histogram, Spatiotemporal characteristics, Subband filtering, Zen meditation EEG, b% mapping.

[Proceedings of 23rd Symposium of Life Infromation Science]
without peer-review

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.81-85)

An Overview History of Psychical Research and Spiritualism's Evolution
Toshihiko WATANABE
Master's course in Cultural Science Graduate School of University of the Air (Chiba, Japan)
Modern psychical research, i.e. scientists' research on psychical phenomena, started with audible rapping noise incidents that occurred in the United States in 1848. After that, scientists and others, mainly in Western countries, investigated psychical phenomena and existence of the spirit after death by experimental methods. The Society for Psychical Research was established in England. Spiritualism, a new life guiding principle came into existence and Spiritualists, who believe in continued existence after-death and the possibility of communicating with the spirit, came into being. Psychical research of the West was introduced to Japan by Wasaburou Asano. He established the Society for Spiritual Science Research in Japan and created Japanese Spiritualism. His successor, Takeo Waki further developed the movement and Hiroyoshi Kuwahara created Neo Spiritualism which combined Japanese Spiritualism with the content of British spirit messages.
psychical research, psychical phenomena, mediumship, SPR, Spiritualism, Japanese Spiritualism, Neo Spiritualism, Spirituality

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.91-93)

A Case of Prostate Cancer Treated Concomitantly with Spiritual Therapy
Yuzo HIGUCHI1, Yoshitsugu HAYASHI2 and Tatsutaka YAMAMOTO3
1Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan)
2 Musashino Medical Center (Tokyo, Japan)
3 The Village of Integrative Medicine (Tokyo, Japan)
This report details a medical case in which remarkable improvement has been acknowledged in a prostate cancer patient who received spiritual therapy along with endocrine therapy. The 67-years old patient has complained of nighttime pollakiuria and a weak urinary stream since December 2003. The patient had a medical examination in May 2004 and was diagnosed with prostate cancer (stage D2). Prostate specific antigen (PSA) level was measured at 39.01 ng/ml, the grade of the digital rectal examination (DRE) was hard, and the result of prostate needle biopsy by transrectal ultrasound showed moderately to poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma (Gleason grade 4+5, score 9). Furthermore, CT and MRI scans confirmed the results, and bone scintigraphy found an abnormal accumulation in the left ischium. Endocrine therapy was begun in June and spiritual therapy was employed five times from July. The results in February 2005 found a reduction in the prostate cancer, and no abnormalities in the bone including the left ischium.
spiritual therapy, prostate cancer, CT scan, MRI scan, bone scintigraphy

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.96-99)

Scientific Study on Prayer (Meditation on Oneness)
Yasuharu NAKAMURA1 and Kimiko KAWANO2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan)
1Showa University, Emeritus Professor (Tokyo, Japan)
2Centre for Informatics and Sciences, Nippon Medical School (Tokyo, Japan)
Scientific clarification of the relationship between the human spirit and the body is a matter of great interest. In this study the actual subject was one of the authors (YN) and the connection between his inside states during prayer and scientific measurements was examined. In this study, 1) subject's EEGs, 2) the change of hemoglobin concentration of the cerebral cortex and 3) electrodermal activity (EDA), all during deep prayer were measured. Precise analysis of the EEG data during the deep prayer showed that the waves which initially appeared strongly in the central and occipital areas diminished gradually, and finally waves of lower frequency and waves prevailed on the whole area of the brain. Measurements of brain blood flow showed that the total hemoglobin concentration increased especially on the central area and the oxyhemoglobin concentration increased on the left frontal area. EDA measurements showed that the EDA steadily declined for 180 sec after the start of prayer and then remained at this low level until the end of prayer. This indicated that the subject entered into the state of deep prayer at 180 sec after the start of prayer and this state was then maintained during the prayer.
spiritual therapy, prostate cancer, CT scan, MRI scan, bone scintigraphy

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.103-104)

Review of 11 and a half years progress for the International Society of Life Information Science (
ISLIS) and the promotion of "Human Potential Science"

Chairman of Board of Directors & Editor-in-Chief,
International Society of Life Information Science(ISLIS)1
Chairman of the Board of Directors, International Research Institute (IRI)2
Visiting Professor, Toho University, Funabashi, Japan
Eleven and a half years of activities of the International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS) and the promotion of "Human Potential Science" are reviewed. ISLIS has sought and continues to seek the realization of the paradigm shift from material-oriented science and technology to a new paradigm including the consciousness, spirit and mind through research based on empirical and positive scientific methodologies, and consequently, to promote the development of health, social welfare, and education as well as social and personal peace of mind, and to contribute to the making of a peaceful world, at one with nature. Since the foundation of ISLIS in 1995, 22 symposia have been held and 22 issues of the Journal of ISLIS have been published periodically. ISLIS held the "Human Potential Science International Forum" in Chiba, Japan in 2002 and the "International Conference on Mind Body Science" in Seoul, Korea in 2004. It published the book Human Potential Science in 2004. There are ISLIS Information Centers at 9 places in the world and about 260 ISLIS members in 10 countries. ISLIS needs to increase its membership and create a new administration system; this is critical for the Society to have an important role in Human Potential Science in the 21st century. Finally, the budget status of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) research is reported.
International Society of Life Information Science (ISLIS ), Journal of International Society of Life Information Science, publication of a book, human potential science, mind body, parapsychology, qigong, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), integrative medicine

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.107-110)

The Authentic Meaning of Spiritual Healing
Manami OZAKI1,2 and Takeo OKU2
1 Department of Psycho-Sociology, Faculty of Literature, Tokai University (Kanagawa, Japan)
2 Institute for Consciousness Information Research (Tokyo, Japan)
Spiritual healing includes various phenomena which have not been tested scientifically yet; these may be healing explainable with a body-mind mechanism or may be purely related to non local consciousness. In this article we review scientific papers on spiritual healing and attempt to present its authentic meaning. Spirituality is a transcendental concept beyond mind and body, and thus it works in the soul (at a non local consciousness level). In psychology this means forgiveness or acceptance as it is and this is explained as congruence, self realization, individualization, and self transcendence. This attitude is followed by a high moral transformation. Therefore spiritual healing does not necessarily result in the health of an individual's body and mind. The commonly observed problem of spiritual harassment which is caused by the interaction of an aggressive spirituality and the fixation on physical healing from disease is also presented.
Spirituality, spiritual healing, CAM, non local consciousness, acceptance, forgiveness, self-realization, soul, moral, spiritual harassment

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.115-118)

Personality maturity doesn't promise mental health necessarily - The dimensional difference between spiritual health and mental health
Manami OZAKI1,2
1 Department of Psycho-Sociology, Faculty of Literature, Tokai University (Kanagawa, Japan)
2 Institute for Consciousness Information Research (Tokyo, Japan) (Osaka, Japan)
Purposes: The purposes of this study are to compare spirituality between college students who have a religious background and general students and to explore differences in their components of spirituality, i.e. acts of will, joy within, awareness to the transcendence dimension, and level of morality. Method: The author administered the SBAS-TEST to two groups of students: general college students in the Tokyo metropolitan area (N=287) and College S students (N=107) with a religious background. The SBAS-TEST was developed to measure spirituality which appears as the individual's psychological maturity level. The comparison between general and College S students was made for the average of the total score, the scores of each factor (Will, Joy, and Sense) and scores of sub categories of the SBAS-TEST. Results: College S students showed significantly higher scores (p<0.01) than the general students for the total score, Will (behavior based on their belief), Sense (awareness to the transcendent dimension), and morality. However the average score of Joy for College S students was significantly lower than that of the general students. Discussion: Spirituality of College S students was revealed to come from morality not from Joy within which meant that their mental health may not be so good. To distinguish spiritual health from mental health, describing spirituality as high morality could be useful. Conclusion: The level of mental health and spirituality was not identical. The author proposed it was important that spiritual health be explained separated from mental health as the level of morality.
spirituality, spiritual health, mental health, existential depression, religious education, moral

[Panel Discussion 1]

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A Primitive Question: What is Human Consciousness?

Kiminori ITOH
Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University (Yokohama, Japan)
Views on human consciousness are quite diverse and contradictory. Therefore, I will discuss in this presentation whether or not there is a point where these views are unified. Specifically, the following questions will be addressed: (1) What is the relationship between the human free will and neural pulses (or pulse pattern/attractor) in the brain upon deliberate body movement? A mechanistic view regards the free will as changes in the pulse pattern/attractor in the brain. On the other hand, an anti-mechanistic view regards it as the cause of the changes in the pulse pattern/attractor. The former is not convincing enough considering the deterministic (although stochastic or chaotic) property of neural pulses. Thus, the latter explanation seems to have an advantage over the former one. (2) Godel led the following hypothesis from his incompleteness theorem: "A thought cannot be reduced to an algorithm." If this hypothesis holds, the free will is the actor that begins or bifurcates the algorithm in the brain. (3) Is it possible then to separate the brain as a machine and the free will as an actor? This seems possible if the following examples are verified: examples of near-death experiences which cannot be explained as illusions, and examples of past life experiences which can be ascertained. Thus, a close examination of these examples is essentially warranted for the issue of human consciousness.
consciousness, free will, neural pulse, incompleteness theorem, near-death experience, past life experience

[Panel Discussion 2]

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Problems in Exploration of Human Science -- Skeptic Debate in Parapsychology -- Abstract: Keywords:
Meiji University (Tokyo, Japan)
Experiments on the studies of human science are often less replicable because of entangled factors influencing a measurable variable. Especially, parapsychology research with hypotheses counter to the scientific mainstream has serious replication problems. Even if parapsychologists obtain data supporting their hypotheses through rigorous experiments, many skeptics will disapprove of the experiments due to design flaws, selective reporting, or experimenter fraud. Parapsychologists have improved their experiments through such skeptic debate for a century. Recent development of the meta-analysis technique has solved the selective reporting problem. Some new methods on experiment management by the research community can now be anticipated.
meta-analysis, replication problems, experiment management

[Panel Discussion 3]

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, p.125)

Time, Space, Matter and Mind

Department of Natural Science and Mathematics, College of Engineering, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
Most modern-thinking people seem to have more or less the following world view: There exists only matter in this universe as the entity. All kinds of matter are composed of elementary particles, which move interacting mutually in the stage of space and with the passage of time. The movements of these particles make all phenomena. Some people-such as physicists- have more detailed knowledge that some of the elementary particles are composed of six kinds of quarks, and that there are four kinds of interactions, gravity, week force, electromagnetic force and strong force. As far as this world view reaches, the human body is also a mass of matter, however complicated and refined are the functions that the body, especially the brain, may have. The mind is generated by or is only epiphenomenal with the material activity of the brain. The mind cannot exit independently of the human body or brain. Paranomal phenomena such as clairvoyance and distant healing, and the existence of soul, which is often referred to in relation to near death experiences are all scientifically impossible. Therefore, even though some researchers assert that they have found evidence of these phenomena, their assertions are always based on mistakes apart from their honesty. The purpose of this lecture is to rebut the above world view. First, it is explained with the help of a concrete instance that time and space are not as definite as is generally conceived. Second, it is illustrated that a particle described quantum-mechanically is no longer "particle-like", but that it behaves as a spatially spread wave, and accordingly that it is impossible even to image that "something" substantial, whether it may be a particle or a wave, propagates through space with process of time. Finally, significance of the mind in the process of observation is pointed out. v

[Special Lecture]

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A Picture of the World as a Quantum Monadistic System
Department of Mathematics and Information Science, Faculty of Science, Kochi University (Kochi, Japan)
In the picture of the world described by quantum monadology, the world where we live has only one consciousness, that is, "my consciousness", but there exist many such worlds with respective consciousness. Each world is called a monad. Among these monads, there is a correspondence or "pre-established harmony" in terms of Leibniz's monadology. If the law of change is deterministic, the harmony holds forever after it is established at the beginning of the world, and we can assume a single common world behind respective worlds of monads without contradiction. However, monads have volitional activity which brings about indeterminism. We need to introduce a mechanism to maintain the harmony and to admit that it is possible to break harmony; this produces a dynamic picture of the world. The two basic theories of physics, quantum theory and the relativity principle, have been interpreted in the framework of a single-world model. The Minkowski four-dimensional space-time, which was originally a mathematical representation of the Lorentz group, has been interpreted as an entity, and the world has been put in it. As a result, "now and consciousness" in which we live has turned out to have no room to exist. Quantum theory has also inherited this interpretation, and it has become difficult to deal with the intrinsic indeterminism appearing in measurement processes. In quantum monadology, the relativity principle is located on the correspondence between the internal worlds of monads,and quantum theory describes each internal world of a monad, which makes consciousness and physics stand consistent.
monadology, quantum, relativity, consciousness

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.127-130)

Pressure Dependence of Pulse Wave near the Wrist-joint of the Radius Bone

Yoshinori ADACHI 1 and Takashi AOKI2
1 Dept. of Business Administration and Information Science, Chubu Univ.(Kasugai, Japan)
2 Dept. of Engineering, Chubu Univ.(Kasugai, Japan)
Many studies of sleep and aging show with aging major increases occur in nighttime awakening and major decreases occur in sleep depth 1). Fatigue, drowsiness, degeneration of the cognitive function during the day, with increased dozing, and earlier bedtimes, are also prevalent in the aged. Sleep stage parameters changes with aging. Sleep efficiency, stages 3 & 4 and stage REM decrease and wake time after sleep onset (WASO), stage 1 and stage 2 increase in the elderly (Figure 1).
Polysomnographical measured sleep quality also changes in the elderly. Figure 2 shows sleep diagrams and temporal distributions of delta wave activity in one young and one elderly subject during night sleep. Delta wave activity during sleep is clearly different between the two. Very few amount of delta activity is seen during sleep for the elderly subject.
pressure dependence, pulse wave, condenser microphone, Chinese medicine, pulse diagnosis

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.133-136)

Knee Jiggling (Binbo-Yusuri) as an Exercise Possible to Do During Desk Work: Changes in Meridian Autonomic Nervous System Activities

Takashi AOKI1 and Yoshinori ADACHI2
1College of Engineering, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
2 College of Business Administration and Information Science, Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
Walking around in a room is said to be effective for studying or learning something by heart. However, it is impossible to walk around when a person is doing desk work like using a computer. We thought that it is possible to do a slight knee-jiggling exercise (binbo-yusuri) as an alternative to walking about. However, knee-jiggling has a very low energy consumption compared with walking. In this study, we determined effects of this exercise on activities of ryodoraku (electrical skin meridians) autonomic nervous systems by neurometry measurements of their electrodermal activities. Ten healthy males ranging from 22 to 23 years of age were subjects. The exercise time was 4 min. The electrodermal activities were measured for 4 min before exercise and for 8 min after exercise. The electrical conductivity of ryodoraku increased during the first 4 min after exercise. During the succeeding second 4 min after this, they had a tendency to approximately return to the state before exercise. The result suggested that the activity levels of ryodoraku autonomic nerves were increased by the knee-jiggling exercise although the exercise is a very small scale exercise with a very low energy consumption. There was a tendency that the exercise had a larger effect on the meridians LH2 and LH3, and a relatively smaller one on LH5 and LH6.
knee jiggling, leg shaking, electrodermal activities, ryodoraku, neurometry, autonomic nervous systems.

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.140-151)

Consciousness-Information-Energy Medicine - Health Science Based on Quantum Holographic Cosmology

Takeo OKU
Institute for Consciousness Information Research (Shiga, Japan)
The purpose of the present work was to discuss psychosomatic health science by constructing a model of human consciousness as information and energy from the viewpoints of quantum theory and holographic cosmology. It is believed that omnipresent information and energy in the whole universe's spacetime would be related to nonlocal information based on the holographic principle, and that its localized state would be recognized as individual consciousness. From light freezing of consciousness information to coherent tunneling photons and its energy transformation in brain cells as described by quantum brain dynamics, a weak brain wave voltage and chemical formation and control of hormones in the brain would occur. As a result, it is believed that the consciousness information would affect the DNA which would be transferred to the whole human body. Two models of imaginary time and the consciousness wave function were proposed as a mechanism of nonlocal medicine. In addition, consciousness-information-energy medicine that heals the whole human being was proposed as fourth generation medicine. Especially, the individual consciousness is a hologram including information on the whole universe even though it is diluted information, and holistic healing could occur for nonlocal information resonance by concentration on the inner consciousness.
consciousness, information, energy medicine, health science, quantum theory, holographic principle, nonlocal medicine, spiritual healing, synchronicity, psychosomatic medicine

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.164-165)

Trial of Multiple Approaches for the Healing Heart - A Bridge to Future Medicine by Spiritual Healing

Takeo OKU1, Kathleen WESA2, Keiichiro KITA3,
Rei TOKORO4, Hiroto KOIKE5,Hisako TAKATSU6,
Hiromi MUTSUURA10, Atsushi FUKAO11, Susan JAMIESON12,
Mamiko MAYAMA13, Ikuko FUJITA14, Hiroo INDO15
and Yukio FUJIMI16
1Institute for Consciousness Information Research (Shiga, Japan),
2The University of Minnesota (Minnesota, USA)
3Healing Vibration Inc., (Tokyo, Japan),
4Rei Holistic Salon (Tokyo, Japan)
5Koike Integrative Medicine Clinic (Tokyo, Japan),
6Umesawa Clinic Angelica (Osaka, Japan)
7Nishimoto Clinic (Wakayama, Japan),
8Rainbow of Light Corp., (Melbourne, Australia)
9Waseda University (Saitama, Japan),
10Kansai Medical University (Osaka, Japan)
11Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital (Kyoto, Japan),
12Holistic Health Care (Hong Kong)
13Saginuma Skin Clinic (Kanagawa, Japan),
14University of Heidelberg (Heidelberg, Germany)
15Monash University (Melbourne, Australia),
16Fujimi Mental Clinic (Tokyo, Japan)
There have been various studies and experiences about the 'healing heart' which is a very important concept in psychosomatic medicine. In the present work, multiple approaches for healing heart were tried, and a guideline for future medicine was suggested.
spiritual healing, spiritual medicine, spiritual care, healing heart, sound healing, music therapy, nonlocal medicine, integrative medicine, psychosomatic medicine, holistic medicine

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, p.168)

Application of a Physiology to Remove Physiological Conditions of Stress Theory

Fukuoka University Sports Health Science Department (Fukuoka, Japan)
The founders of the study are W.B. Cannon and Hans Selye. Their theories correlate the fact that adrenalin secretions rise to remarkable levels when sympathetic nerves are stimulated. As an example of being in a stressed state, a picture of a person running in a state of emergency was introduced. Normally, if adrenalin secretion was the reason, an agent would be medicated to suppress the sympathetic nerves. This method although, would have to be continually repeated as long as stress remains to exist. This would in turn over time lead to major side affects. Early medical examination is one of the only prophylaxes known for such a dilemma. During physical movement or exercising, adrenalin secretes but their levels return to their normal state and are recycled within 30 minutes after the person stops exercising. If a state of stress goes on for a long period such as months or up to a year, the person's distress matter lactic acid's recycling abilities would drop, hydrogen ion concentration levels rise (blood becomes acidity) and would also fall into a critical state after oxygen functions start to fail and skeletal muscles would become distressed. It is believed that this information is sent to the central nervous system and the process continues. 1) Adrenalin secretion can be suppressed according to the noxious stimulation medical theory. 2) Blood circulation within the muscles can be improved by stretching the muscles. This method is already being used after exercising among people all over the world. Taking the two theories above into consideration we successfully developed a device that could suppress adrenalin secretion and lower tiredness levels according to the theory. We believe this can be applied to end stress. By using this device on a daily basis at he end of the day, stress would not have to be accumulated. The device we developed suppresses the adrenalin flow after making prostaglandin E2 (an agent that also opens the bronchial tubes) secrete, by stimulations. The media reported that of those who participated in the New York terrorist attack rescues in 2001, a total of 7000 people suffered the asthmatic respiratory disease. I truly hope this information may reach their ears and not only that, but I also hope that they will one day have the chance to be free

(J. Intl. Soc. life Info. Sci. Vol.25, No.1, pp.169-171)

Field REG Experiments in Group Rituals

School of Information and Communication, Meiji University (Tokyo, Japan)
This paper reviews recent field REG experiments in religious rituals, especially in Brazil and Japan. Generally, the results are statistically significant for use of the method of accumulation of Z2?1. The average of normalized accumulation of Z2?1 from experimental data collected at the places of rituals is larger than the average of controls for distance, although the difference is not significant. The normalized accumulation of Z2?1 of experimental data is not correlated with the numbers of event participants. Putting whether the total deviations are significant or not aside, mountain shaped graphs ("up, up, and down" pattern) like the "decline effects" in PK experiments are commonly observed in the analyses of accumulation of Z2?1.
micro-PK, field REG, field RNG, field consciousness, religious ritual

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