The Study of Bio-Rhythms

It is our common knowledge that often for no apparent reason, sometimes one remains in good form, while at some other times in just the obverse condition; sometimes the mind remains clear, sometimes it becomes beclouded or confused; sometimes one possesses perfect self-control, while at some other times he/ she tends to lose it almost completely. These peculiarities had long since been known to all, but the reasons behind this sort of fluctuations had remained unknown since long. With the discovery of the Bio-Rhythmic cycles, explanations for such changes became very evident. By basing upon these cycles, offering certain characteristic predictions for the future became entirely possible.

The Bio-Rhythmic cycles were discovered jointly by Swoboda (an Austrian psychologist) and Fliess (a German physician). Much of research have been carried out basing upon their theories, and in some developed countries (like U.S.A., Germany, etc), already the application-stage has been reached. The basic concept of the theory is that the human beings experience various regular and periodic fluctuations in various planes - like waves, which are alternately increasing and decreasing. Beginning from the very date of (including time of) birth, the cycles of progression of three different planes follow a definite pattern - which is applicable to one and all :

(1) For Physical Strength and Endurance : The Cycle is of 23 days.,

(2) For Emotional Responses and Feelings : The Cycle is of 28 days., and

(3) For Intellectual Activities : The Cycle is of 33 days.

In every individual cycle, the first half is the positive phase, while the remaining half is the recovery phase. In graphical representations, the positive phase is shown above the axial line, while the negative phase is shown below the same.

Again, the first half of the positive phase (that is, the first quarter of the cycle) is aptly termed as the rising quarter and the next part is termed as the setting quarter; in similar manner, the first half of the negative phase is termed as the sinking quarter and the next part is termed as the bumping quarter.

In every cycle, the periods are really very dull, when change occurs from one phase to another; this occurs twice in every cycle. The dates on which such changes occur are considered sensitive dates for the corresponding significations. If on the same date such changes are found to occur in case of any two cycles, then the intensity of risk will obviously increase.

If on the same date such changes are found to occur in case of all the three cycles, then the intensity of risk will be alarmingly high; and if such changes are found to occur on three consecutive days or within a narrow span of two days, then also the effect is found to be similar.

Although it does not happen each and every time definitely, occurrences like serious suffering owing to deterioration of health, facing an accidental mishap, becoming a victim of untoward happening, etc are often found to fall on such high-risk dates. As such, Bio-Rhythm can be advantageously used for identifying the high-risk days beforehand - so that one can be in a position to remain more careful, cautious, and alert.

(1) For Physical Strength and Endurance : 11.5 days.,

(2) For Emotional Responses and Feelings : 14 days., and

(3) For Intellectual Activities : 16.5 days.

It is obvious that the first (Physical) and the second (Emotional) cycles will coincide after every 161 days); the second (Emotional) and the third (Intellectual) cycles will coincide after every 231 days; the first (Physical) and the third (Intellectual) cycles will coincide after every 189.75 days.

After every 2,656.5 days - which comes to about 7 years 3 months 10 days - all the three cycles (Physical, Emotional, and Intellectual) will coincide. As such, the age-periods of about 7.25 or it's multiples (like 14.5, 21.75, 29, 36.25, 43.5, 50.75, 58, etc) can be construed as critical age-periods . Illustrious occultist Cheiro had also expressed similar views as he had mentioned that 7 and it's multiples (7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, etc) are to be considered as critical or transitional age-periods.

At a particular period of time, if a person's all the three Bio-Rhythmic cycles are in the positive phase, then the person remains in high spirit; but if all the three Bio-Rhythmic cycles are in the negative phase, then the person is likely to remain in a quite depressed state. And during the times when these cycles reach their juncture points of their respective phase-change, the person remains in a quite sensitive and vulnerable stage.

On a particular day (and at a particular point of time), If two persons' Bio-Rhythmic cycles fall in the same phase (regardless of whether it is positive or negative), then they will be in perfect harmony, and will be quick to be sympathetic to- and agree with- each other; but when the same two persons' Bio-Rhythmic cycles will fall in the opposite phases (one in positive and the other in negative), then harmony might be thoroughly lacking, they may not be sympathetic to each other, may develop some difference of opinions, and can even have some pretty serious disagreement between themselves.

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