Volume 6 / Issue 1 SPRING 2020

2 2 S p i r i t ua l i t y S t u d i e s 6 - 1 S p r i n g 2 0 2 0 5 Conclusion In our study we examined possibilities and limitation for research in the field of mysticism. This includes presentation of mystical states in various spiritual traditions, as these constitute the primary source of information. Further, we can conduct scientific research to study the so-called accompanying effects in mysticism, such as complete development of human biofield energy during the mystical experience of libera - tion. For the purpose of this research, we used a device called Bio-Well, which detects electro-photon emission of fingers and analyses it using computer software. Using this device, we confirmed that there is a direct connection between spir - ituality, or more precisely meditation, and increase in the biofield energy, as this was clearly seen in the output data. We also noticed correlation between spirituality and health of individual organs. Our research also revealed a limitation here – computer assisted assessment of biofield through the energy of organs does not provide the real form of biofield which, when fully developed, is visible even to the naked eye. It is therefore necessary to join forces and ask specialists in physics and people with spiritual experience, such as Yogis, to cooperate in order to achieve precise imaging of human biofield and thus push the limits of research in mysticism. Fig. 4. Biofield energy of a subject in normal consciousness Fig. 5. Biofield energy of a subject after meditation (of Krija Yoga type)