Russian scientists did some of the seminal work understanding information fields and their character and developed a technology capable of stripping the information content from an electromagnetic signal input and projecting a field compromised solely of the information extracted. This principal is utilized in the Lightfield™ unit, wherein information is stripped from music and light inputs and projected into the unit, creating a field of harmonious information.
As in the case with the human biofield, the Lightfield™ information fields have a non-physical character. Neither audible sound nor visible light are present. Rather, the ideas that comprise their spiritual essence are present. The information field projected into the Lightfield™ and complementary Grace unit has a property of coherence. When an individual is placed within a coherent information field, he or she begins to reconnect with his or her higher awareness and begins to jettison stress accumulated during the process of living. Coherent information fields are also produced in other venues by activities such as group prayer or intentions and meditation, as well as by the presence of certain physical geometries described since ancient times as "sacred geometries".
Background and History
In the early 1990s, Russian scientists became convinced of the existence and properties of an additional class of a non-physical field in physics beyond the gravitational, electric, magnetic and strong and weak nuclear attraction fields. Historically, all of these latter were recognized by the mainstream scientific community as capable of creating surrounding influence. The newly recognized field type is, in essence, comprised purely of information or ideas. We have, therefore, come to refer to such fields as "information fields".
The Russians recognized that the biofields that surround every life form (auras are an example) are themselves purely information fields, continuously generated by the consciousness of the individual. They developed technology known as GDV bioelectrography for imaging such biofields. They indirectly used a computerized variant of the phenomenon
known as Kirlian photography (originally discovered by a Russian husband and wife scientific team for which it was named).