Biorhythms were first discovered by Doctor Wilhelm Fliess (in Berlin) in the early 1900's. As a physician he noted good/bad days and discovered that they occur in rhythmic cycles (as Emotional and Physical cycles), but definitely in predictable patterns. Several years laster an Austrian professor Alfred Telscher identified the third cycle: the Intellectual cycle.
Fundamentally biorhythms are a way of expressing continuous changes, which can help you plan your life more effectively if you can come to understand them and how they influence you. Each rhythm begins on the day you are born and follows its course throughout life and stops at your death. Everyone is subject to their influence and most likely can feel them, though some people will not conform to the established patterns at ALL times, most people can recognize a trend of rhythmic patterns in the Emotional, Physical and Intellectual physiology.
Each rhythm has two stages (or phases), positive or high on the chart, and negative or low on the chart. The day of transition from one phase to the other is called a critical day, and they are very important, for it is then that we are most prone to accident, instability and error. During the days of transition (critical days) we become vulnerable, off-balance and our normal reactions are slowed down. This period may last for up to 48 hours, so it is important to be aware of when these critical days are going to occur so that you can plan ahead and effectively make an adjustment.
Please stay tuned to this page, and we'll be adding even more features including a printable monthly calendar of your current biorhythms as well as interpretation of each of the 27 possible combinations which can occur between your three cycles. Thank you for visiting The Dreamtime, please visit our other popular sections below, or click here to go to: Spirituality!
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