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Study of cases that indicate "reincarnation hypothesis"
Through analysis of tongues during regression hypnosis
Masayuki Daimon (Chubu University) / Katsuaki Inagaki (Katsuaki Inagaki Mental Health Laboratory) /
Nobuhiro Suetake (Sakae Clinic) / Akira Okamoto (Chubu University)
28 Symposium on Life Information Science
At Hakone Yumoto Hotel, 2009 year 8 month 29 day
About regression hypnosis
Regressive hypnosis is a therapy that uses hypnosis to remind subjects and patients about their past lives. "Previous memory" may be awakened, and what focuses on it may be called premortal therapy
Is the “recollection of the past world” awakened genuine?
Baker, RA (1982) “The effect of suggestion on past-lives regression,” American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 25,71-76.
Spanos, NP, Menary, E., Gabora, NJ, DuBreuil, SC, Dewhirst, B. (1991) “Secondary identity enactments during hypnotic past-life regression: A sociocognitive perspective.”
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61, 308-320.
・ We know information that we shouldn't normally know
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・ Has skills I should never have learned
← "I can speak a foreign language that I shouldn't know (words)"
Two kinds of tongues
1. Recitation type tongue
・ Cannot respond with language
2. Response type tongues ○
・ Responsive xenoglossy
・ Respond using language
◆ Brian Weiss's words
“Some of these patients could speak foreign languages in their past lives that they'd never learned or studied in this one”
Glenn Williston's words
Chapter 18. Everyone wants to know
"28. Do clients ever speak in foreign languages during regression?"
“I have encountered several cases of attempts to speak in foreign languages.… These examples ranged in quality from greatly distorted to flawless.”
◆ Report by Ian Stevenson
Ian Stevenson, MD (1918-2007)
Xenoglossy: A Review and Report of a Case, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press (1974)
Investigating American women who become Swedish-speaking Jensen personality during hypnosis
Unlearned Language, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press (1984)
Investigating American women with German-speaking Gretchen during hypnosis and Indian women (Marathi-speaking) with Sharada speaking Bengali while awake
There are probably only two examples of analysis in the world, Jensen and Gretchen, that have presented language materials.
Baker, RA (1982) “The effect of suggestion on past-lives
regression, ”American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 25, 71-76.
Katsumi Inagaki (2006) “Pursuit of Previous Therapy”, Tokyo, Shunjusha, 2006.
Spanos, NP, Menary, E., Gabora, NJ, DuBreuil, SC,
Dewhirst, B. (1991) “Secondary identity enactments during
hypnotic past-life regression: A sociocognitive perspective. ”
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61, 308-320.
Stevenson, Ian (1974) Xenoglossy: A Review and Report of a
Case, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press.
Stevenson, Ian (1984) Unlearned Language, Charlottesville,
University of Virginia Press.
Weiss, Brian (2004) Same Soul, Many Bodies, London,
Whitton, Joel. L. and Fisher, Joe (1986) Life between Life,
New York, Warner Books.
A Study of a Case Supporting the “Reincarnation Hypothesis,”
with Special Reference to Xenoglossy
Masayuki OHKADO1, Katsumi INAGAKI2, Nobuhiro SUETAKE3, Satoshi OKAMOTO1
1Chubu University (Aichi, Japan)
2Ingaki Katsumi Mental Health Laboratory (Gifu, Japan)
3Sakae Clinic (Aichi, Tokyo, Japan)
Abstract: The aim of this article is to examine a case suggesting the existence of reincarnation by examining so-called past-life memories. Specifically, we will focus on a case of xenoglossy (a phenomenon in which a person shows the ability to use a language that he or she cannot have learned by natural means) .We examine the words the subject uttered while she was in the state of hypnosis and the information she provided.
Keywords: xenoglossy, reincarnation hypothesis, hypnosis, regression therapy, language, Nepalese, Nepal
Dr. Brian Weiss, a prominent American psychiatrist practicing regression therapy, states that “[s] ome of these patients could speak foreign languages in their past lives that they'd never learned or studied in this one” (p. 8) .1 ) His statement seems to suggest that speaking a foreign language that a patient could have never acquired in normal situations is not a rare phenomenon. 
However, few researchers have actually examined any “foreign language” uttered by a patient, the only notable exceptions being three cases reported by Ian Stevenson2), 3) and two cases reported by Whitton and Fischer.4)
This paper examines probably the first documented case of xenoglossy in Japan which was reported by Inagaki5).
2.Data and How They Are Analyzed
The subject examined a the present study were obtained in the session conducted on June 4th, 2005.The subject was a housewife living in central Japan, who majored in home economics when she was a college student and had experience working as a dietician. was conducted in the presence of several researchers (Chiaki ICHIKAWA, a clinical psychotherapist and a professor of Kogakkan University, Takeshi SAKO, a chief doctor of the Digestive Surgery Division of Tajimi Hospital, and Yoshiyasu IKAWA, a member of the Board of Directors of Japanese Education Hypnosis Association) and was videotaped throughout.
On May the 9th, 2009 we conducted another session at Sakae Clinic, Nagoya, with the same subject.In the session the subject was spoken to in Nepali by a native speaker of the Nepali language.After the subject was regressed to the life of the Nepali chief, she was spoken to in Nepali.She seemed to make appropriate responses in Nepali. Since analysis of these data is still under way, we focused on the data5) here, and will make a full report of the second session in the near future.
In the 70-minute session reported in Inagaki (2006) the subject was regressed to two “past-lives”: one being that of a 16 year-old woman of the 18th century Japan (the Edo period) and the other being that of a village chief in Nepal. Inagaki (pp. 154-184) 5) examined what the subject said about her “first life” and found that more than 80% of the content was compatible with historical facts. the “second life” stated by the subject were not incompatible with historical facts.These were: some proper names, that the villagers did not use a calendar, what the villagers ate, and that the people in the village did not know how to write .
In recalling her “second life” as a village chief in Nepal, the subject spoke seemingly foreign expressions, which Inagaki could not identify at the time of his writing the above-mentioned book.We focused on the unidentified parts as well as the proper nouns the analysis spoke made by three native speakers of the Nepali language: Khanal Kishor Chandra, visiting researcher of Chubu University, and Khanal Yamuna Kandel, and Madhu Sudan Kayastha, graduate students of Chubu University. Their analyzes were not necessarily the same in every respect and the reported analysis here was that of Khanal Kishor Chandra.
3. The Results of the Analysis
Since the full report has already given5), we will present the Nepali words here.We note that the three speakers of Nepali agreed that, although it was not always clear, the language spoken by the subject sounds like natural Nepali.
(1) The place where he (the village chief) lives:
(2) His own name:
(3) His wife's name:
(4) His son's name:
Adish Kailash (?)
(5) The place where he lives (in more detail):
(6) The King's name:
(7) His response to the request to say “I am chief of the Naru village” in Nepali:
Aru Vanda Eni Yada Aucha (?)
(8) His response to the request to say “My wife's name is bla bla bla…” in Nepali
Ma aja kathmandu magai mugulin (?)
The question marks in (4), (6), and (7) indicate that the last word could not be properly identified so that the native speaker provided what he believed the subject was saying.
The answers to (1) is an existent district of Nepal.The answers to (2) and (3) are Nepalese names.The latter part of (4) sounds more like “karyaus.” speaker judged that the subject wanted to say “Kailash,” which is an existent Nepalese name. Since “Kailash” as well as “Adish” are independent names, the utterance seems to have been intended to refer to two people. As for the answer to (5), the native speaker judged that the subject wanted to say “Namjung,” and existent village in the Gorkha district, which can sound “Naru” when pronounced rapidly. , there is no Nepali king by that name.It may be possible, however, that the subject intended to refer to a leader of a lower rank, for instance a governor of the Gorkha district, which must be further studied in future research.
It is worth pointing out that the subject's own name in her “past life” as a Nepali village chief, “Rataraju,” is not a very common name, although it is found in Nepal. At the time of this writing (April 13th, 2009), a search using Google for the proper names uttered by the subject resulted in the numbers shown in table 1.
Table 1 Google Search Numbers for Proper Names
|words searched||roman letters||katakana|
Of the two hits for “Rataraju” one actually does not contain the string and the other page is an anagram page that does not seem to be written in real language.
As reported in Inagaki (pp. 220-225) 5), it is almost certain that the subject has very little knowledge of Nepal and that she cannot (or at least could not previously) use the internet to obtain any information regarding Nepal. if she could have used the internet, it is highly unlikely for her to have been able to pick up the name “Rataraju.”
The last words of answers to (7) and (8), respectively, sound more like “adis” and “megris.” Since they do not make sense as they are, the native speaker judged that the subject wanted to say “Aucha” and “Mugulin,” respectively. The meanings of the utterances in (7) and (8) are, respectively, “it reminds me more of her than another” and “today I go to Kathmandu and Mugulin.” However the utterances are in Nepali, they are improper as responses to the requests made in (7) and (8). As is well-known, there are two types of xenoglossy, one being recitative and the other being responsive. The present case seems to be located “ somewhere in between. ”
The present analysis revealed that the utterances the subject made were indeed in Nepali. Then, where did she learn the foreign language? If the subject has never studied Nepali as reported, there can be six possible account for the phenomenon: (i) the possibility of fraud, (ii) cryptomnesia, (iii) DNA inheritance, (iv) super-extrasensory perception, (v) reincarnation, and (vi) possession by a discarnate personality.We have every reason to discard (i)-(iii) as demonstrated in Inagaki (2006) .The present analysis provided an additional piece of evidence for this conclusion.The fact that, although incomplete, the subject can make responses in Nepali seems to suggest that (iv) should be discarded. Of the two remaining possibilities (v) and (vi), judging from the fact that the subject feels the “memories of the two lives” as her own, we are able to argue that (vi) is the better explanation.We believe that the full analysis of the second session conducted in 2009 will provide furth er evidence for choosing (v) as the best explanation.
1) Weiss, B .: Same Soul, Many Bodies, London, Piatkus, 2004.
Stevenson I .: Xenoglossy: A Review and Report of a Case, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press, 2.
Stevenson, I .: Unlearned Language, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press, 3.
4) Whitton, JL and Fisher J .: Life between Life, New York, Warner Books, 1986.
5) Inagaki, K.:Zensei Ryouhou no Tankyuu (Exploring Past-Life Hypnotherapy), Tokyo, Shunjusha, 2006.
Complementary and alternative medicine for healthcare professionals
It is a therapy that treats various diseases using the effects of color on the human body. Color therapy, traditionally named for fashion design, was a folk remedy that used only psychological effects. Different from conventional color therapy that uses only psychological effects, it uses five colors (blue, red, yellow, white, black) corresponding to each individual, and affects muscle strength and autonomic function Use effect for treatment. Determine the color that humans respond to (measure changes in muscle strength by color). Each individual corresponds to himself. That is, one of the five colors is visually recognized, and an image or a color that improves muscle strength by touching the hand is determined. Judge that color as your own energy color. Apply energy color to disease treatment.
● Background, history
Colors (blue, red, yellow, white, black) corresponding to the concept of the Yin Yang theory were made to correspond to humans. In other words, the idea is that five colors, which are the categories of the natural world on the earth, affect people who are perceived as microcosms. The five-part theory began to be used as a concept of world recognition in the Zhou Dynasty (around 1030 BC to 221 BC), and in the Han Dynasty (former 202 to 220 later), a modern theoretical system was set up. The five elements were the concept used to categorize all objects into 5 groups, but after integrating with Yin Yang thought, the understanding changed as "five aspects" that make up all things. It was. In ancient China, the 5-line dividend table, which was also the theory for the Emperor to dominate the country, pays out various genres of things in addition to colors, but the human body's five organs, five halves (bile, small intestine, stomach, large intestine, This correspondence is used as a living theory in Kampo and Sakai. The five colors of the five lines are the most commonly used symbols that symbolize the world. Even today, the colors of the four sides of the sumo wrinkles, the east blue bunch, the west white bunch, and the north black bunch Used (previously the color of the pillars), the yellow in the center is represented by earth, or earthwork. In the ancient philosophy, all things on earth correspond to the colors of wood, fire, earth, gold, water, that is, blue, red, yellow, white, and black.
● Target diseases and symptoms
The effects of color on the human body are thought to affect psychology, muscle strength, and autonomic nerves. In particular, color therapy is expected to be effective for diseases in which abnormalities occur in the autonomic nerves. It is effective for menopause, autonomic dysfunction, neuropathy due to diabetes, arrhythmia, hypertension, muscle weakness due to skeletal muscle damage, etc. In color therapy, the energy color of each individual is judged and the energy color is used for treatment. Unlike treatment that changes psychological aspects, this is expected to have a direct therapeutic effect on muscle strength and autonomic function. That is, one color (energy color) of the five colors corresponding to each individual is used. If the energy color is determined to be blue, the color used for treatment is in principle blue. In this case, the psychological influence of color is ignored. Although the color used is a single color, the treatment should be started after explaining the treatment to the patient, the meaning of the energy color, and the effect so that a good understanding can be obtained. Patients who do not show understanding as a medical practice may not be able to expect an effect. Also, if there is a seriously ill person or another therapy with a high therapeutic effect, the method is prioritized. Color therapy requires some degree of trust between the patient and the treating physician. The placebo effect is also an additive factor.
Use plastic rods whose colors are clearly visible. First, the color (energy color) corresponding to the individual is determined by the pinch force center and controller (Isoforce OG Giken), which are devices that measure finger muscle strength. Measurement range 3 to 100N (10.2kgf). Resolution IN (0.1kg). Accuracy ± 1% FS (1N / 0.1㎏f). The subject grasps the blue, red, yellow, white, and black bars of 10 centimeters in length in the right hand to visually recognize the color of the bars and images each color for 1 minutes. Hold the pin of each color and hold the pinch sensor as hard as possible with your thumb and ring finger for 10 seconds.
10 measurements are made for each color, and the color showing the maximum average value is the subject's energy color. The color indicating the lowest average value is determined as a negative color, and it is confirmed that the energy color and the negative color match in the 5-color table. The energy color of the subject whose maximum value was confirmed in blue should be judged as blue and show the minimum value in yellow. The subject's negative color is yellow. The energy color of the subject whose maximum value is confirmed in red is determined to be red, and in this case, the minimum value should be displayed in white. White is a negative color. Similarly, subjects with an energy color of yellow have a negative color of black, subjects with a white energy color of blue have a negative color of blue, and subjects with an energy color of black have a negative color of red (Table 1). The reason for using the finger pinch force as an index for the measurement is that the fatigue recovery is quick even with the flexion exercise repeated as compared with other skeletal muscles, the measurement can be easily performed in a short time, and the reproducibility is high. The finger is the most representative part of the sensory area of the cerebral cortex, and the examiner can perform the test without losing reproducibility, objectivity, and universality. When the energy color is determined, color therapy is performed on the subject with the subject's energy color. Image guidance using the subject's energy color sticks. Recognize the energy color visually and tactilely by firmly holding the energy color stick with one hand. Without thinking about other things, make energy color fir conscious for 5 minutes. This confirms not only the effect of energy color on muscle strength but also the effect of the autonomic nervous system. It is a heart rate variability analysis system for quantitative evaluation of autonomic nervous function. Use a Biocom heart rhythm scanner or inner balance scanner. Quantitative evaluation of autonomic function before and after color therapy was performed for 31-old men diagnosed with autonomic dysfunction (Figures 2 and 3).
Figures 2 and 3 are autonomic nerve reports. Test results before and after color therapy are shown. We analyzed the spectrum of the heart rate variability in the frequency domain using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) method. The index in this analysis is typically a low frequency component (LF) and a high frequency component (HF). Since sympathetic nerve and parasympathetic nerve activity can be separated and evaluated, it is very useful. In general, both nervous systems have been mirror-imaged with various loads, but in pathological cases, they have been observed to show changes independent of each other, and the clinical significance of separate evaluation of sympathetic and parasympathetic activity Is big. Although autonomic function improvement is often recognized by color therapy, even if autonomic symptoms do not improve, there are cases in which improvement of autonomic function is clearly recognized by the numerical value of each index. Autonomic nerves are closely related to the function of the hypothalamus, and the relationship with the immune system and hormone system has also been confirmed. Color therapy does not require special equipment. Color bars are highly convenient for those that can clearly recognize the five primary colors and are easily grasped by the hand. In addition, the examiner needs to give instructions to the subject to clearly recognize the energy color. Judgment of air energy color by pinch force can be easily confirmed using the bi-digital O-ring test. In order to perform a bi-digital O-ring test, it should be performed by a tester who has worked under certain conditions. In this case as well, a ring is formed with opposite fingers (two fingers of the thumb and forefinger, middle finger, ring finger, and little finger) with a color stick. The examiner tries to open this ring with fingers from both sides, but resists it, and determines the strength of the finger's strength to keep it.
● Action mechanism
In color therapy, the effect of color on the human body is applied to treatment. In this case, the color is recognized by the light reflected by the object stimulating the cone cells of the retina. Humans recognize colors with the light reflected by objects. Light is a type of electromagnetic wave, and there are electromagnetic waves of various wavelengths. It is called ultraviolet ray, visible ray, or infrared ray in the wavelength range. Visible light has different colors depending on the wavelength. In color therapy, color wavelength information is first recognized by the retina's cone cells and passes through the optic nerve as an electrical signal, and all information enters the “primary association area” at the innermost side of the cerebral occipital lobe. Sent to each part of the brain. Visual information of what color is calculated as it is sent. Recently, a method called PET scan has been developed, and it has become possible to observe phenomena occurring in the human brain on the spot. The inner side of the occipital and temporal lobe called V4 is thought to play a very important role in color recognition. The recognized color information is transmitted to the motor cortex and hypothalamus through several stages of visual information processing. A specific color affects the individual's muscle strength changes and autonomic nervous function when the color is regarded as a reflection of light, which is an electromagnetic wave, in addition to the path through which light, which is a type of electromagnetic wave, is transmitted as visual information. May be transmitted from the skin of the hand. Although there are still many unclear points regarding the mechanism by which color information is transmitted to the living body, the point that color clearly affects muscle strength and autonomic nervous function from the clinical results is that It is considered to show an influence on the living body. It is currently unknown which part of the central nervous system the part corresponding to the wavelength of light, the color that is the energy color, corresponds to. When color is captured as electromagnetic waves, the information is transmitted to the brain by any of the ascending nerve tracts such as the inner longitudinal bundle, outer spinal thalamic tract, and spinal cerebellar tract, and the information depends on the air energy color. It is judged and transmitted to the α-motor neuron through the descending nerve. Stimulations that change the strength of skeletal muscles in various parts of the body are transmitted to α-motor neurons throughout the body. That is, when an energy color stimulus is recognized, the muscle strength increases, and when a minus color stimulus is recognized, the muscle strength decreases. In addition, when the air energy color is captured as electromagnetic waves, information is transmitted to the hypothalamus and is considered to work as a homeostasis. In other words, the balance between sympathetic nerve activity and parasympathetic nerve activity is balanced, and the quantitative evaluation of autonomic nerve function is confirmed to improve. The reverse of the negative color effect can be considered. It is still unclear where each individual's air energy color and negative color are recognized.
● Clinical evaluation, current status of EBM, problems
1) Clinical evaluation
The most effective diseases for the therapeutic effect of color therapy are autonomic dysfunction and menopause. Although many symptoms are seen in autonomic dystonia, the heart rate variability analysis system is used to determine the therapeutic effect. Quantitatively using Biocom's heart rhythm scanner and inner balance scanner. Guidance on pre-post (before and after color therapy) evaluation of patients tested with these systems is LF (low frequency component), HF (high frequency component), and LF / HF ratio. Each of them is mainly regarded as guidance of sympathetic nerve activity, parasympathetic nerve activity, and sympathetic nerve function. First, the patient's energy color (blue, red, yellow, white, or black) is determined with a pinch force measuring device, and color therapy is performed with the patient's energy color. In color therapy, it is the treatment to be strongly aware of your energy color. Be sure to put a color stick or color plate on the patient's hand as a motivation. At the same time, the patient's energy color sticker is put on one of the 5 fingers corresponding to the 5 row color body table. In this case, the seal material is paper. A treatment time of about 5 is sufficient, but the time will be shortened or extended depending on the patient's awareness of the energy color. 10 patients diagnosed with autonomic ataxia were tested for differences in LnHF and LnLF / HF before and after color therapy with energy color, and a significant difference was observed. (Significance level is 0.05) In other words, color therapy with energy color is considered to have improved the autonomic function of patients with autonomic ataxia. For patients, the results of Regulatory Balance and Regulatory Efforts are shown by an inner balance scan showing easy indicators (Figure 4).
With this system, it is possible to determine the therapeutic effect before and after color therapy.
2) Current status and problems of EBM
The therapeutic effect in color therapy can be objectively evaluated with a heart rate variability analysis system that shows quantitative evaluation of autonomic nervous function. This system will not only determine the therapeutic effect of color therapy, but may also improve autonomic nervous functions such as aromatherapy, cryotherapy, reflex therapy, music therapy, phototherapy, image therapy, hypnosis therapy, autonomic training, and acupuncture It is very useful for evaluating the effects of various therapies. It is possible to objectively judge the therapeutic effect of such color therapy, but the reason why the energy color exists in 5 color and corresponds to the energy color of each different 5 color does not go beyond the scope of inference (Earth The concept that the upper element and the human being in the microcosm correspond to each element). However, it is also true that the strength of 5 color is clearly higher than that of 1 color, and the strength of other colors is changed. The circuit that recognizes the energy color and affects muscle strength and autonomic nerves has not been elucidated. From the author's statistics, the ratio of humans to energy colors is expected to be approximately blue: red: white: black = 7: 2: 0.01: 1: 0.001. This ratio is also a statistical assumption. Conventionally, the psychological effects of color therapy that have been performed are often poor in EBM, and objective judgment has hardly been made. Psychological effects depend greatly on the subjectivity of the individual, and also on the neurological state when receiving color therapy. However, energy colors are universal and psychological elements are excluded. Improvement of muscle strength and autonomic nervous function have been confirmed by color therapy using energy color.
The theory of color therapy is a therapy that uses the 5 color of the concept based on the theory of Yin Yang, but it is also true that the theory of Yin Yang itself is evaluated as a concept with a poor scientific basis. The biological reaction using the energy color was considered to be the closest to the concept explaining the phenomenon that appeared in the 5 color reaction in the living body, rather than the theory. It cannot be explained why the energy color varies from person to person and each ratio exists. It can be explained that the color is an electromagnetic wave of light and that some influence is caused by the color as a reaction with the electromagnetic field produced by the living body. However, it is thought that the therapeutic range of color therapy will be further expanded if the mechanisms of energy colors and biological responses that are not clearly explained in modern physics and physiology are elucidated.
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